Here’s an updated look at everything we know so far about Vikings: Valhalla season 1 including when we can expect it, first look pictures, the first teaser trailer, and a breakdown of who’s set to star. We go back to Kattegat. But it’s a changed Kattegat.
Will it come to Netflix if it’s not? In a recent interview, Hirst commented on how Valhalla will be connected to the original Vikings show, confirming that we will be seeing a lot of the same locations from it: “What Jeb [Stuart] does actually is he pays attention to the mythology of the Vikings. David was another of several cast members we revealed in the past few months.
Calculating and ambitious, Queen Ælfgifu of Denmark has a hand to play in the political power struggles unfolding in Northern Europe. Here is a more complete breakdown of the Vikings: Valhalla cast: Cast member Role Where have I seen/heard them before? Sam Corlett Leif Eriksson Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Frida Gustavsson Freydis Eriksdotter The Witcher, Swoon Leo Suter Harald Sigurdsson Sanditon, Victoria Bradley Freegard King Canute Keeping Faith Johannes Johannesson Olaf Haraldsson Game of Thrones, Cursed Laura Berlin Emma of Normandy Breaking Even, Einstein David Oakes Earl Godwin The Borgias, Victoria Caroline Henderson Jarl Haakon Christmas Star, Gooseboy Pollyanna McIntosh Queen Ælfgifu The Walking Dead, Middle Earth: Shadow of War Asbjørn Krogh Nissen Jarl Kåre Bron, Copenhagen Yvonne Mai Merin The Crown, House of Shadows Bill Murphy Odga Titanic: Blood and Steel Bosco Hogan Aethelred ‘the Unready’ Vikings, The Borgias Karen Connell Angel of Death Vikings Gavan O’Connor Duffy Njall Vikings Kenneth Christensen TBA The Kite Louis Davison Edward Poldark, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Álfrún Laufeyjardóttir TBA Happily Never After Ethan Dillon TBA Dub Daze Pääru Oja TBA Cold Courage Brian Robinson Yngvi 2 Broke Girls Jack Mullarkey Toke Will anyone from the original Vikings appear in the new series?
What is the production status of Vikings: Valhalla? Official Production Status: Wrapped seasons 1 & 2 (Last Updated: November 2021) Pre-production for Vikings: Valhalla had started earlier this year, but was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Considering that the previous Vikings seasons were filmed with not very big intervals, we could expect Vikings: Valhalla season two to enter production sometime in the second half of 2021 for a possible late 2022 or early 2023 release.
In late November 2020 cast and crew started to post updates about wrapping production on Vikings: Valhalla after filming for four months. Where was Vikings: Valhalla filmed? It has been confirmed that 24 episodes of Vikings: Valhalla have been ordered thus far.