Season 6 ended the series but not the franchise. The spin-off has already been recorded and will be set one hundred years after the original story.
Everything that is known about Vikings: Valhalla | Vikings, a series that has stolen viewers’ interest since 2013, has come to an end. After a long wait, fans can now see the outcome of this fiction produced by History Channel on Netflix.
The story, which initially introduced us to the fierce Ragnar Travis Fimmel and his first wife Lagertha Katheryn Winnick eventually led us through the confrontations between their sons Bjorn Ivar and Ubbe.
With the end of season 6 of Vikings and knowing that only Ubbe survived the next step of the new franchise is the premiere of Vikings: Valhalla, fiction that is produced by Netflix.
What will happen in Vikings: Valhalla?
His spin-off will be set 100 years after the events of the original series, which is why we will not see any fictional character released in 2013.
Although in chronological order they will not be able to appear in Vikings: Valhalla, they will be mentioned as ‘mythological Vikings’, as Michael Hirst, scriptwriter of the program explained to Collider. “It will talk about Ragnar, Lagertha, Bjorn Ironside, and Ivar the Boneless, who are now mythical characters in the saga.
From the little that has been revealed, famous Vikings in histories such as Leif Erikson, Freydis Eriksdottir, Harald Hardrada, and the Norman king William the Conqueror, will be taken as reference for the new characters.
It was indicated that the spin-off will focus on Kattegat, the spiritual home of the Vikings, which 100 years later will be presented as one of the most important commercial ports in Europe.
Vikings Season 1: Valhalla Already Recorded
Although the series had to paralyze its recordings due to the spread of the coronavirus, fiction managed to record its chapters in 2020. “The first season was made in Ireland, in the same Vikings studio, only now with extraordinary circumstances,” he said. Michael Hirst.
Vikings Release Date: Valhalla
The first season of the spin-off is estimated to air sometime in 2021 on Netflix.
Vikings: ending explained and what happened to Ubbe, Bjorn, and Ivar
In the space of ten episodes, we first saw what happened to Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig), who was attacked by his brother Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen) at the end of season 6 (part 1). Although he dies in the middle of the field of war, he calls his people to repel the enemy.
Chapters later, Ivar challenges Alfred of Wessex. Under the banner of a truce, he and Hvitserk offer the king a typical Viking deal: an exchange of hostages and land. Encouraged by his wife’s advice, Alfred rejects the offer.
With the incessant confrontation, we see how Ivar blends in with his troops and guides their movements as if they were puppets. Despite having the upper hand, Ivar was killed by a young Saxon soldier. His body is held up by Hvitserk, who is later captured by his rivals. He ended up converting to Christianity and took the name Athelstan