If you’ve already watched every minute of season two of Vikings Valhalla and are looking forward to more battles and betrayals, you’re in luck: production on season three of the Vikings spin-off series has already begun.
The Netflix series, which is set more than a century after the events of Vikings, has followed the rising tensions between the Vikings and the native English, as well as the fighting between traditional pagan Vikings and those with Christian beliefs.
The first season of the show, which follows the exploits of such famous Vikings as Leif Eriksson, Freydis Eriksdottir, and Harald Sigurdsson, kicked off with the St. Brice’s Day Massacre in 1002 and could go on until 1066, which many historians consider being the end of the Viking age.
If the Warriors continue to struggle, then what will happen to them next season? Find out what’s in store for Vikings Valhalla in its third season.
Vikings: Valhalla Season 3: Renewed Or Canceled?
There has been no official word from the network regarding the show’s renewal for a third season, so we don’t yet know if it will return. However, given that the second season has only just begun airing, we anticipate that it will be some time before we learn whether or not there will be a third season.
When Will Netflix’s Third Season Of Vikings: Valhalla Be Available To Watch?
The first season of the Vikings spinoff series premiered on Netflix in February 2022, and the second season premiered on Netflix on January 12, 2023, 11 months later.
The good news is that the cast and crew have already finished filming Season 3, so we shouldn’t have to wait too much longer than the end of this year or the beginning of next year for its premiere.
The show’s star, Frida Gustavsson, who plays Freydis, recently confirmed the news in an interview with E! Online.
We’ve already shot it, and it’s fantastic,” she gushed. “I can’t even describe how good it is. Also, I can’t wait for everyone to see it. But there will be a little more waiting on your part!”
Vikings Valhalla Season 3 Plot
The second season finale of Vikings: Valhalla sent our warriors in very different directions.
Freydis has accepted her role as Keeper of the Faith and is now guiding the people of Jomsborg, one of the few remaining Viking strongholds.
It is unclear if anyone else will challenge Freydis or attempt to steal her baby son like Olaf was going to do before Freydis killed him. She has made peace with Aelfgifu, the first wife of King Canute. Word on the street is that he is Erik the Red’s grandson and son of Harald.
Given that Leif has held the lifeless bodies of Liv (season one) and Mariam (season two) in his arms, his grief is understandable. But Mariam, in her final moments, gave him the key to her Constantinople home, promising that it held everything he would need for his next journey in life, so there is hope that he will find a reason to continue.
Since the historical Leif Eriksson did indeed return to Greenland before continuing on to North America, the proceeds from the sale of Mariam’s home and possessions could theoretically help finance his further journey in the series.
On the other hand, Harald seems to be headed for a love triangle after learning that Elena, with whom he shared a kiss and some deep looks, is set to enter into an arranged marriage with the Emperor of Rome. She suggested she was still open to discreet encounters, but we don’t see how that would go over well.
Vikings: Valhalla Season 3 Cast
Since the show has shown it is willing to kill off major characters, the fate of those who will return for Season 3 of Vikings: Valhalla is heavily dependent on who makes it through Season 2.
To be sure, it appears that Sam Corlett (Leif Eriksson), Frida Gustavsson (Freydis Eirksdóttir), and Leo Suter (Harald Sigurardóttir) will return to lead the charge on another day.
- Sam Corlett as Leif Eriksson
- Frida Gustavsson as Freydís Eiríksdóttir
- Leo Suter as Harald Sigurdsson
- Bradley Freegard as King Canute
- Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson as Jarl Olaf Haraldsson
- Caroline Henderson as Jarl Estrid Haakon
- Laura Berlin as Queen Emma of Normandy
- David Oakes as Earl Godwin
- Bradley James as Lord Harekr
- Hayat Kamille as Mariam
- Marcin Dorociński as Grand Prince Yaroslav the Wise
- Sofya Lebedeva as Elena
- Nikolai Kinski as Emperor Romanos
- Florian Munteanu as George Maniakes
- Tolga Safer as Kurya
- Joakim Nätterqvist as Birkir
Are Vikings: Valhalla Season 3 Teaser Available?
Season 3 of Vikings: Valhalla has not yet received a trailer, but as soon as one is released, we will be sure to add it here. Watch this behind-the-scenes video in the meantime to learn more about the production of season 2.
You can watch Vikings: Valhalla on Netflix. Netflix memberships start at just £6.99 per month. Netflix can be accessed through Sky Glass and Virgin Media Stream as well.
Although a specific date has not been set for Season 3 of Vikings: Valhalla, fans shouldn’t have to wait too long for it to appear on Netflix because production has already begun. Season 2 of “Vikings: Valhalla” premiered 11 months after the first, so season 3 of the show is likely to air in late 2023 or early 2024.