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Netflix’s Vikings : Valhalla Introduces New Historic Heroes

The New look of Vikings: Valhalla is taking over the internet

Netflix’s new show Vikings: Valhalla is coming out as a widely successful Vikings series. However, the special part about this series is that it is introducing some new legendary characters from Vikings. These Viking characters will be Scandinavian figures.

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First Look:

The first look of Vikings: Valhalla was released on the 25th of September by Netflix on YouTube. Meanwhile, the trailer gives us some of the footage from the series. We can totally expect some legendary fights with Vikings. In the teaser, we saw Leif Erikson, Freydis Ririksdottir, Harald Hardrada played by Sam Corlett. Frida Gustavsson, and Leo Suter. However, the series is coming after a century of the original Viking series. This series certainly has a lot more to offer in a lot more ways.

Vikings: Valhall was announced in 2019. The series will have a total of 24 episodes. For obvious reasons, the series will offer us more. Because the editing software has certainly improved a lot over a century. We might miss our old actors but since new characters are also being involved there will be a lot more fun. The creative team includes Michael Hirst who is also an executive producer alongside Morgan O’Sullivan.

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The original Vikings premiered in 2013 and were originally followed by the saga of Ragnar Lothbrok. The original series received so much love from the fans. And still is remembered as one of the epic series of all time.

After a long wait of six seasons, the show came to an end this March the final season was released on Amazon Prime Video. However, despite the difference between the original series and Valhalla Netflix is still sticking to some old faces like The Seer, which is played by John Kavanagh.

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