This article discusses whether there will be season 2 of the Netflix series Vikings: Valhalla and its renewed or cancelled status.
The sequel to the very well-received series, Vikings Valhalla takes place 100 years after the original series ended. And in a similar fashion to the original historical series that aired on the History Channel, Vikings: Valhalla features a host of some of the most well-known Norse people in history. The original Vikings series ran for six seasons and with plenty of material to use, and with an already winning formula, will there be any more seasons of Vikings: Valhalla? Or is the show’s destiny to air just for one season?
At Ready Steady Cut, we gave a fairly positive review:
It may not be as complex as the original Vikings season, but the revenge-driven storyline mixed with gore, violence, and twisty deaths, will please fans. It’s a solid first season and feels more of a build-up to what will come in later seasons.
Will there be a season 2 of the Netflix series Vikings: Valhalla – renewed or canceled status
It is not only a guarantee that there’ll be a second season, but it was also confirmed in November 2021 that production for it had finished. In fact, Vikings: Valhalla has been commissioned for 24 episodes, and as there are 8 episodes in the first season, it’s likely the audience will receive at least three seasons. Jeb Stuart, the creator of Vikings: Valhalla has even stated that he has plans for multiple seasons of the show.
So there you have it! There’s nothing to worry about, so we can all sit back and wait patiently for future seasons to air! There isn’t currently a date for when the second season of Vikings: Valhalla will be released, but be sure to check as we’ll update with the details as soon as we find out more. If I had to guess, I’d say it will be around a year’s wait before we’ll get Season 2.