Netflix has announced Ragnarok season 3, but there is some terrible news: it will be the final season.
In theory, Skam vs. Thor sounds like a definite smash, but the success of Netflix’s Ragnarok surprised some. That trend continued in the second season, and it’s unsurprising they’re returning for another round.
However, what can we anticipate from Ragnarok’s third season? Join us as we use Thor’s hammer to cut through the noise and discover what the last season holds for Magne and his devoted followers.
Ragnarok Season 3 Release Date
With Season 2 of “Ragnarok” set to premiere on Netflix in May 2021 and leaving us in suspense regarding the fates of Magne, his allies, and his foes, it’s understandable that fans have been eager to learn if the fantasy series will return for a final season.
Fortunately, in late 2021, some supporting cast members confirmed the comeback of “Ragnarok” for Season 3 (through YouTube).
Netflix has already confirmed the renewal with a bolded note on the “Ragnarok” main page, saying, “It’s official: Another season is on the way.” Now, the real question is when the third and last (yep, you read that correctly – final) season will arrive on the streaming behemoth.
A specific release date for Season 3 has not yet been revealed. The first two seasons of “Ragnarok” were also rather brief – only six powerful episodes.
This should also apply to Season 3, and you can get a sense of how long it will take to produce by looking at the launch dates of past seasons.
Given that Season 1 premiered on January 31, 2020, and Season 2 on May 27, 2021, it’s reasonable to anticipate “Ragnarok” Season 3 in the second half of 2022.
Ragnarok Season 3 Plot
Season 1 of “Ragnarok” focuses mostly on Magne’s growing abilities and conflict with the Jutul family. At the same time, Season 2 ups the ante by exposing viewers to a slew of other Norse god reincarnations.
Additionally, it establishes Magne’s (David Stakston) half-brother, Laurits (Jonas Strand Gravli), as the incarnation of Loki, the trickster.
Perhaps predictably, the sophomore season’s climax finds the brothers at odds, as Magne betrays Laurits’ confidence and the latter’s schemes result in the unleashing of the lethal Jörmungandr — the world snake that kills Thor.
If Season 3 follows its predecessor’s path and picks up where “Ragnarok” Season 2 ended, Magne and the other reborn gods are in serious jeopardy, even with the possibility of an alliance with Saxa (Theresa Frostad Eggesb).
Not only are the remaining Jutuls as destructive as ever, but Laurits has firmly shifted his allegiance away from Magne, and his murderous “tapeworm” is now free to wander.
Even without considering the additional dangers, it’s probably safe to predict that Season 3 of “Ragnarok” will be extremely difficult for the characters.
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Ragnarok Season 3 Cast
The following is a list of the primary cast members we anticipate returning in Ragnarok season three:
- David Stakston in the title role of Magne Seier/Thor
- Jonas Strand Gravli in the role of Laurit Seier
- Herman Tmmeraas in the role of Fjor
- Theresa Frostad Eggesb in the role of Saxa
- Emma Bones in the role of Gry
- Henriette Steenstrup in the title role of Turid Seier
- Gsli rn Gararsson in the role of Vidar
Ragnarok Season 3 Trailer
Without our divine abilities, it’s difficult to predict when new season three footage will be released, although production has begun.
If we’re correct about the early 2023 release date, there will be no trailer for quite some time.
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