Vikings is one of the most-watched shows of all time. Its six seasons are extremely captivating as they are packed with drama and action.
Fans were not happy when the producers chose to split the last part into two segments. One segment aired from December 4, 2019, and it introduced new conflicts that added up to the series’ plot.
All that’s important is that the sixth season of Vikings isn’t the end of the story.
It is believed that a side project known as Valhalla, related to the main series, is in the works.
Season 7 Release Date
The seventh season of Vikings will be running on Netflix’s schedule. It’s estimated that it will launch in 2021, but the precise month and day are unknown, mainly because the release had to be postponed due to the ongoing pandemic.
The cast of the series will mostly stay the same, with Katheryn Winnick as Lagertha, Gustaf Skarsgard as Folk, Alexander Ludwig as Bjorn Lothbrok, Georgia Hirst as Torvi, and Travis Fimmel as Ragnar LothBrok. Still, we expect to see some new characters to be introduced.
The plot of Vikings has been labeled as inconsistent at times. It mainly revolves around Ragnar Lothbrock and his distant family for a few seasons, but then switches to the evolution of his children.
The ending of the sixth season was dramatic, and fans were even more excited for what is next.
The seventh season will probably be a spin-off Valhalla series, consisting of 24 episodes, directed by Michael Hirst, according to the story written by Jeb Stuart.
No trailer has been released yet. We are probably months away from one, so stay tuned for more information!
Unfortunately, we’ll have to be patient enough for the release of the continuation of the story, since it’s so far away.