Netflix Cancels “Vikings: Valhalla” After Three Seasons

Leo Suter in
Leo Suter in "Vikings: Valhalla"

Vikings: Valhalla is one of the most exciting spin-off series to air on Netflix in recent years, but all good things must come to an end. The historical drama series is coming back for Season 3 next year, which will wrap up its epic story.

Valhalla was developed as a sequel to History’s acclaimed series Vikings, and it takes place a century after the events of the original series. It shows a new generation of legendary heroes arising to forge their own destiny in a new land, clashing with the Englishmen and amongst themselves.

Vikings: Valhalla creator and executive producer Jeb Stuart said that he can’t wait for the fans of the show to see the conclusion of this chapter of Vikings’ history.

“I hope when the audience gets to see the new season, they’ll be excited by all the new heights that we’ve taken these heroes. When we started this project 5 years ago, I worked hard with this incredible cast and crew to craft a journey that we all hoped would be satisfying,” said Stuart in a statement.

Sam Corlett, Frida Gustavsson, Leo Suter, Bradley Freegard, Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson, Caroline Henderson, Laura Berlin, and David Oakes are expected to reprise their roles from the first two seasons when Vikings: Valhalla returns for its final chapter next year.