Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 doubles down on production value

The eighth episode of Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 was launched on January 12, 2023, on Netflix. After the success of Season 1, Season 2 seems to have doubled in production value and story breadth. The story begins right after the end of the first season. Vikings:
Valhalla Season 2 follows our heroes in the immediate aftermath of the tragic fall of Kattegat.

According to IGN, exclusive footage of the opening scene has been released ahead of the January 12 premiere. The exclusive 7-minute footage shows Leif hunting down his enemies following the climax of the first season’s Battle of Kattegat. Jarl Olaf Haraldsson (Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson) is in an uncomfortable situation and his lovers Freydis and Harald are hiding in a remote Norwegian wilderness. This incident shattered their dreams and changed their destinies.

The historical drama, Vikings Valhalla is set over more than100 years after the events of the Vikings, tensions between the Vikings and the British royal family reach breaking point and the Vikings themselves clash over conflicting Christian and pagan beliefs. is set when Leif Erikson, FreydísEiríksdóttir and Harald Hardrada embark on an epic journey across seas and battlefields, fighting for survival and glory, from Kattegat to England and beyond. The series depicts the end of the Viking Age marked by the Battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066. Vikings Valhalla Season 1 ends with the start of the Battle of Kattegat. Kore’s army attacks the ramparts. Haakon is wounded by a salvo, and Altera and Arne are killed by Cole’s followers. Corre, obsessed with killing Freydis, chases her into the Great Hall, but she decapitates him. Olaf’s plan turns out to be a ruse to split the Kattegat army. When Olaf’s forces reach Kattegat, Olaf mortally wounds Liv and she dies in Leif’s arms.Harald is wounded during the battle, but Freydis comes to his aid. Olaf claims victory, but Folkbeard arrives with Cnut’s fleet and Olaf’s forces soon leave Kattegat. Forkbeard’s grandson, his Harald Harefoot, found several of Kåre’s followers slaughtered and enraged, his Leif covered in blood.

According to the series’ official synopsis, “Season 2 sees our hero shortly after the tragic fall of Kattegat, an event that shattered her dreams and changed her destiny. Suddenly refugees in Scandinavia, they are forced to test their ambition and courage in the world beyond the Kattegat fjord. “

Valhalla Season 2 is now streaming on Netflix. Vikings:
Valhalla Season 1 is also available on Netflix.

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