A few months ago we talked about the first images of the new series of ‘Vikings: Valhalla‘ and the rumors about its release date in 2022. Well, it seems that the day has come when we can confirm when its release date will be. release date and it is that a few hours ago they released the official trailer for the series, a trailer that doesn’t look bad at all and reminds us of the first seasons of the original series, ‘Vikings’ with ragnar to the head. In addition, coinciding with the premiere of the official trailer, those responsible have also wanted to release the official poster for the series and reveal which platform we can see it on.
Do you want to know when it premieres?Vikings: Valhalla‘ and what will we see in this sequel to the original series? Well, we will tell you below with all the details so that you can already set the date on the calendar.
Official trailer for ‘Vikings: Valhalla’
The trailer already places us in the plot of the new series of vikings and it is that, it seems, different Vikings from various territories of Scandinavia meet to avenge the death of their countrymen along with a plan: take over england. From there, we see how they assault a spectacular English castle, something that should already be familiar to us if we have seen the complete series of ‘Vikings’. Yes indeed, the events take place one hundred years after the end of the root series, at the beginning of the 11th century, so we will not see any of the previous protagonists.
This new series stars Sam Corlett, Frida Gustavsson and Leo Sutter, who will play the trio made up of Leif Eriksson, Freydis Eriksdotter, and Harald Sigurdsson. The cast will be completed with actors such as Bradley Freegard, Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson, Caroline Henderson, Laura Berlin and David Oakes, among others.
When will the new saga be released on Netflix?
The official premiere date for this series will be next February 25, 2022. The series has eight episodes that can be seen from the first day of the premiere, that is, on the same day, February 25, through the Netflix platform, which is the one that will have the helm of this new series of Vikings.
According to Netflix, “London Bridge is going to fall. Vikings: Valhalla reaches a new bloody limit”, so we expect a lot from this series, especially considering that the last seasons of ‘Vikings’ were not exactly what the public expected.
We still do not know the exact time of the premiere, but we assume that it will be available from the morning on the Netflix platform.
Although we will see hundreds of Vikings in the series, the main characters, which we have previously named, will be these:
- Sam Corlett: will play the role of the legendary Viking Leif Erikson, Greenlandic sailor raised in the confines of the known world and who disembarks in Kattegat.
- Frida Gustavson: will act on behalf of freydis eriksdotter. Leif’s sister and faithful follower of the old gods.
- Leo Sweater: interprets Harald Sigurdsson, one of the last berserkers. He is a Viking belonging to the nobility, charismatic, ambitious and attractive. He is able to unite the followers of Odin and the Christians.
- Bradley Freegard: will be spliff, king of Denmark, wise and ruthless leader who marked the history of the eleventh century.
- Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson: will put on the skin of Olaf Haroldson, Harald’s stepbrother and an Old Testament Christian.
- Laura Berlin: It represents Emma of Normandy, one of the richest women in Europe, cunning and with Viking blood.
- David Oakes: embodies Earl Godwin, “The Last Survivor”, Chief Advisor to the King of England.
- Caroline Henderson: is Jarl Haakon, warrior and leader in charge of governing Kattegat.
- Pollyanna McIntosh: plays the ambitious queen Aelgifu from Denmark.
- Asbjorn Krogh Nissen: embodies Jarl Kåre, a threat to pagan customs.
Of course, throughout the eight episodes we will see other characters that we must not lose sight of.
Official poster for ‘Vikings: Valhalla’
Coinciding with the premiere of the official trailer, the official poster image of the series in which we see the three protagonists arriving in the United Kingdom and fighting for the conquest. Don’t miss it from February 25 on Netflix.