Valhalla Season 2 Clip Shows Sam Corlett Trying To Survive The Attack

As part of this year’s TUDUM event, Netflix unveiled a new music video for Season 2 of Vikings: Walhalla. Set a century after the original vikings series, the spin-off explores the fall of ancient Viking culture as Christianity becomes increasingly present in the Nordic countries.

The first season of Vikings: Walhalla showed how the Norse kingdoms have changed since the time of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), as the Viking people are divided between those who worship Odin and the pagan gods and those who regard Jesus as their savior. The religious tension at the heart of Viking culture is best represented by the journey of siblings Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett) and Freydis Eriksdotter (Frida Gustavson), who travel to Kattegat to seek revenge on the man who carved a cross into Freydis’ flesh. However, while seeking to establish personal scores, Leif and Freydis find themselves embroiled in a new war against England, as Vikings from different lands unite to avenge those who were slaughtered by the King of England. .


Yes, there’s a lot of revenge in Vikings: Walhalla, but the formula works, as Netflix subscribers logged 113.38 million hours of viewing in the first week of the first season’s release. So it’s no wonder Netflix has already renewed Vikings: Walhalla for seasons 2 and 3. Leif and Freydis became involved in a bloody battle for the defense of Kattegat at the end of season 1, and the new clip shows how the following season will explore the conflict between different Viking factions. In the clip, Leif and Freydis lead a group of survivors being chased by a Viking army. Once they appear cornered on a beach, balls of fire fall from the sky, launched by boats hidden in the fog. The clip doesn’t reveal who comes to the aid of Leif and Freydis, but the short clip teases season 2 will be filled to the brink with exciting fights.

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Vikings: Walhallathe first season of also starred Bradley Freegard, Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson, David Oake, Laura Berlin, and Caroline Henderson. vikings‘ creators Michael Hirst and Jeb Stuart returned for the spin-off series as executive producer, with Stuart also serving as showrunner. After directing several episodes of the original vikings series, Steve Saint Leger also returned as director of the spin-off. Léger shared the director’s chair with the BAFTA winner Niels Arden Plev and Hannah Quinn.

Season 2 of Vikings: Walhalla also added a star Florian Munteanu in a recurring role. After appearing in Creed 2 and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten RingsMunteanu will bring to life another towering mountain of a man like Georges Maniakesa true general of the Byzantine Empire who many said was so big he could be a giant.

The first season of Vikings: Walhalla is available now on Netflix. Season 2 is set to premiere in 2023. You can check out the new clip below.