The History television channel has launched an endless number of documentary and dramatized programs that tell some part of the history of the world, going from religious figures, from the scientific field and others, Vikings – 100% set an important guideline by having a greater openness in terms of its audience, becoming a success for the way it portrayed those warriors who fought for their lands and who were experts in looting.
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But beyond the spilled blood, the series showed the clash between cultures and religions, the search for answers about their place on Earth, detailed strategies for battles and how both women and men could fight and rule. Between betrayals, romance, alliances and the desire for power, the series explored various emotions through its characters throughout its six seasons on the air.
By being part of the Netflix catalog, it is now the streaming giant who produces a spin-off series that takes place 100 years after what was seen in the story created by Michael Hirst. The production of this spin-off program was unveiled in 2019, but it was this afternoon, during the first Netflix fan event, called TUDUM, where the first trailer was unveiled where viewers can meet the new characters.
The advance of Vikings: Valhalla It begins with the well-known boats that accompanied Ragnar Lodbrok (Travis Fimmel) in his exploits. Leif First Introduced, Played by Sam Corlett from Sabrina’s Hidden World – 75%, who are apparently looking for answers about a battle. Each of the characters present the impact of the new era with new warriors who are willing to make history as their ancestors did.
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It must be remembered that, by the end of the Vikings, they already had some settlements in different cities; and one of the phrases that stand out in this trailer is that of “The Vikings are still one people.” Featuring fighting scenes, a flawless sword, and a bloody face, the trailer concludes with the popular Vikings logo, followed by the word Valhalla.
The series continues to be spearheaded by Hirst but now collaborating with Jeb Stuart, who has stood out as a screenwriter for Duro de Matar – 92% and The Fugitive – 96%, which will ensure moments of action and perhaps, of persecution. So far there is no specific date for its premiere, but Netflix has confirmed that it will be released in 2022. They are also part of the cast Frida gustavsson, Leo Suter, Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson, Laura Berlin, among others.
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Through a statement, Michael Hirst He assured that Stuart has given the script a “much more visceral vision. The series began filming in Ireland in the summer of 2020, and although it is true that fans will not be able to see any character from the original series again – there will probably be references to them – behind the production there are several who were involved on the show that premiered in 2013 and ended in 2020.