Netflix’s “Vikings: Valhalla” to End With Upcoming Third Season

Leo Suter in
Leo Suter in "Vikings: Valhalla"

The enormous success of History’s historical drama Vikings inspired its Netflix spin-off Vikings: Valhalla and its final chapter is just around the corner. This series will return for its third season next year, but the streaming giant won’t continue this story beyond that point.

Jeb Stuart, who created this series for Netflix and serves as its executive producer, confirmed its upcoming third season will be its last. He said he’s grateful to have had three seasons to tell this story and show the evolution of three of the most famous Vikings the world had ever seen.

“With real historical figures, there are always more aspects of their lives that could be explored, but it made sense story-wise for our Leif, Freydis, and Harald’s voyages to end with our third season. And we really cannot wait for the fans to see the conclusion of this chapter of history,” said Stuart in a statement.

Vikings: Valhalla takes place in England, over a century after the events of the original show, and it sees a new generation of legendary heroes forging their destiny during the beginning of the end of the Viking Age. The show’s ensemble cast includes Sam Corlett, Frida Gustavsson, Leo Suter, Bradley Freegard, Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson, Caroline Henderson, Laura Berlin, and David Oakes.