Vikings Season 7, Vikings is undoubtedly one of the best historical shows ever. Vikings is an Irish-Canadian created and written by Michael Hirst for the History channel. It premiered on March 3, 2013, in Canada. Vikings revolves around the sagas of Viking Ragnar Lothbrok, a legendary Norse hero and menace to England and France. The show portrays Ragnar as a meager farmer who rose to fame after his invasion into England. He eventually becomes a Scandanavian King. The show also focuses on his family and their conquests in England, Scandinavia, and the Mediterranean.
The sources for the show are Norse legendary sagas and historical origins of the period, such as Viking raid in Lindisfarne.
Will there be a Vikings season 7?
Back in 2019, the makers of the show said that this particular story would end with Season 6. That’s sad, especially if you wanted more. But wait! We have good news to share with you. There will be a spinoff for the show called Valhalla. You can stream it on Netflix and will be filmed in Wicklow, Ireland.
Hirst mentioned his excitement regarding the new show in his statement, “I am beyond excited that we are announcing the continuation of our Vikings saga.” The show will touch more prominent areas in history like the Christianisation of the Pagan world. Hirst said, “You’re going to see Christian Viking armies fighting Pagan Viking armies, and that’s interesting.”
Who will be in the cast?
Vikings Season 7 will take a new turn, as mentioned above. Vikings: Valhalla will be an even bigger show because of the streaming platform, Netflix. However, we would love to see the same faces in Valhalla.
Hirst told Entertainment Tonight that Vikings: Valhalla was “leading up to 1066 and the invasion of England by a descendant of Rollo – so you may well see the odd familiar face”.
That’s some pretty stoking news! Isn’t it?
What will be the plot?
The second part of Vikings Season 6 is yet to air. The viewers need to know whether Bjorn Ironside survived after Ivar rammed his sword into him. That will become clear in the second part, which will probably air in November 2020.
“Vikings: Valhalla promises to be everything that fans love about the franchise,” Netflix Originals executive Channing Dungey explained the show as “heart-pounding, unstoppable action rooted in rich characters and dramatic storytelling that shines the light on family, loyalty, and power.”
It looks like this new show is going to have a blast taking us back in time. And we are all up for it.