Vikings: Valhalla – A new Netflix series filmed in Ireland

Vikings Valhalla Netflix

Available on the Netfix catalog from February 25, 2022, the new spin-off series or Byproduct From the series The Vikings (Broadcast from 2013 to 2020), filmed at Ashford Studios in Wicklow, County, Ireland.

What’s going on there?

The new series is set in the 11th century, 100 years after the parent series The Vikings, Focuses on the adventures of some of the most famous Vikings ever to live: the legendary Leaf Eriksson (Sam Corlett), his sister Fredis Erikssdotter (Frida Gustavoson), and the ambitious Norse prince Harold Sigurdso (Leo Sutter). After rising tensions between the Vikings and the English royal family, the Vikings themselves fought for survival in the face of religious animosities (Christian and pagan).

So the series follows the legendary voyage of Leaf Eriksson, Freudis Irikzdottir, and Harald Hardroda (each of the original characters in the story) from their Danish islands to England and beyond, eventually leading to the infamous Stamford of 1066. .

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The series is produced by Michael Hirst, head of art direction by Jeb Stuart. In total, 8 episodes are now available to watch on the digital platform.

Watch the official teaser of the series:

To access the title on Netflix, click here This link. The link also lets you watch another version of the teaser.

The series is a fan of Ireland!

The series and the success of Ireland’s landscape as a framework have increased in recent years: we’re definitely thinking about Game of Thrones, Normal People or the latest Star Wars and Disney film Once Upon a Time. Time 2.

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