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What ‘Valhalla’s Heroes’ has in common with ‘Vikings’ Ragnar Lothbrok

Your offering to Odin has been rewarded! After falling in love History and Main video saga Vikings (2013–20) is a Nordic New World discovery that takes place more than 100 years later, in the 11th century, when powerful explorers converted to Christianity.

The launch introduces the core trio. Erik the Red’s older children Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett) and sister Freydis (Frida Gustavsson) travel across rough seas from Greenland seeking revenge on their brutal killer Freydis. (Oh, does she understand.) In Kattegat — near Denmark, use sets that extend from Vikings—They meet Prince Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter), who has assembled an army to attack England after the king orders the Vikings to be massacred.

These three qualities share those of the original series’ hero Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), speak Vikings: Valhalla perform producer – creator Jeb Stuart (he wrote Die hard). “Leif is an adventurer; Freydis, pagan; Harald, warrior. They rely on each other.”

They’ll need “epic battles that won’t disappoint,” Stuart said. “London is our Paris,” he added, referencing Vikings‘The siege part 3 is thrilling. Wait until London Bridge collapses!

Vikings: Valhalla, Friday, February 25, Netflix

This is an excerpt from the 2022 Preview issue of TV Guide Magazine. For more insider news on what’s coming to TV and streaming in the new year, pick up the issue on newsstands.

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Caroline Bleakley

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