“Ragnarok” is a fantasy drama that everyone is watching on Netflix because it takes Norse mythology in a new direction. The show doesn’t just show the Norse gods and their enemies as old people who have been fighting for a long time. Instead, it adds a reincarnation twist to the basic idea.
This lets “Ragnarok” become a sort of superhero origin story, in which young Magne (David Stakston) finds out to his shock that he is the thunder god Thor. With his new abilities, he has to stop the end of the world by fighting ancient giants who are trying to start a climate change called Ragnarok by pretending to be a rich human family.
The Norse Netflix show isn’t afraid to add more mystery and chaos to the plot, and by the end of Season 2 of “Ragnarok,” the small town of Edda is full of mythological figures who are all headed for a collision. Now, all the viewers need is a third season that shows how the conflict between the gods and their enemies develops. Let’s look at what we know so far about “Ragnarok” Season 3’s release date, cast, and story.
Netflix has announced the third season of Ragnarok, but the bad news is that it will be the last.
Release Date for Ragnarok Season 3
As was already said, Ragnarok has been picked up for a third season, so we’ll finally find out what happened after that cliffhanger. But Netflix hasn’t given us a confirmed release date yet.
The show’s cast also shared the good news on YouTube, writing: “I have good news for you, you lovely people. Are you set? We will be back for the third season.”
But our Norse family also hit us hard when they told us that season three would be the last one. Jonas Strand Gravli, who plays Laurits, said that this third season will be the last. So, it’s time to start grieving.
The official Instagram page for Ragnarok on Netflix in April 2022 confirmed that filming has already begun.
Expect no new episodes any time soon. Fans will be lucky to see the third and final season by the end of 2022 or early in the following year because production has just begun.
The first season debuted in January 2020, while the second one premiered in May 2021, almost exactly 18 months later. The lengthy hiatus may have been partially caused by COVID-related delays, but Netflix programs seldom come back without at least a year has passed.
Season 3 of Ragnarok will probably include six episodes once more, exactly like the two seasons that came before it. This will happen when the widely awaited return of the show finally happens.
How to Watch Ragnarok Season?
Ragnarok season 3 cast
The whole primary cast of Ragnarok season3 is listed below, and they include:
• David Stakston as Magne Seier/Thor
• Jonas Strand Gravli as Laurits Seier
• Herman Tømmeraas as Fjor
• Theresa Frostad Eggesbø as Saxa
• Emma Bones as Gry
• Henriette Steenstrup as Turid Seier
• Gísli Örn Garðarsson as Vidar
So far, there have been no announcements about who will play new characters, but we’ll let you know if there is anything to share.
And in a perfect world, Chris Hemsworth would probably make a cameo, but we’re not promising anything…
How will Season 3 of Ragnarok play out?
Ragnarok season two picked up right where season one’s finale left off, with Magne’s fight against Jutul Industries and the evil giants who run it.
Everyone’s favorite god who died and came back to life lost his powers earlier this season. And Magne didn’t really know how to use his gifts until he made Mjolnir, Thor’s legendary hammer.
In the last episode of Season 2, Magne rained thunder and lightning on Fjor and Ran’s car. But it’s a shame that the two Jutuls lived to fight another day (season three, basically).
As if that wasn’t dramatic enough for you, the last episode of season two ended with Laurits kissing his young Jormungandr snake. No, it’s not as dirty as it sounds, but it is strange. And now that the World Serpent is out in the Norwegian fjords, Laurits is a very important part of the coming war.
Magne’s fight against the Jutuls will continue in season three, and Laurits’ family history will also be a big part of what happens next. Will he join the gods or the giants? Or perhaps even no one? The answer to this question could bring about the end of the world, as it has been said for a long time in old Norse stories.
Herman Tmmerass, who plays Fjor Jutul, talked to Digital Spy about what he wants for his character if there is a third season. He said, “I’ve always thought that the villains are the most interesting characters.”
“I always think that the people that are evil are just the coolest thing – or the troubled characters who can’t really decide. So personally, I hope that I’m going to be able to become the devil in season three – if I can. Let me be brutal and dark, and troubled, and sinister, please. Just let me go [to] the next level in season three.”
Darkus was also conversing with Jonas Strand Gravli on his portrayal of Laurits, who in the second season evolved into the villain Loki and would undoubtedly exhibit even more of his evil side in a third installment.
“Many people know so much about Loki because of Marvel and they’ve seen this trickster, mischievous guy but you never get to see how and why he becomes the bad guy so I really wanted to justify the reason why he becomes cruel,” he explained.
“I think it was great to explore those feelings and how he gets hurt. He doesn’t feel like he’s part of anyone and everyone turns their back to him and that’s why he has to become this new self in a way.”
Unfortunately, Gravli has no insight as yet as to whether he will get to expand his Laurits/Loki role. “I don’t know anything,” he said. “I wish I could say something but I have no clue. I just hope we will get to do another season.”
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