Ragnarok: Will There Be a Season 3?

In a Norwegian town threatened by pollution and melting glaciers, the apocalypse feels all too real. “It’ll take a legend to battle an old evil” – that’s the intriguing premise of Ragnarok, the critically acclaimed Norwegian fantasy drama series on Netflix that reimagines Norse mythology. It takes place in the current day in a fictional town in Western Norway plagued by factories owned by a local family.

The series premiered in January 2020, with a second season released in May of this year. It’s Netflix’s third Norwegian-language series, following Home for Christmas (which is also hot for a third season) and Lilyhammer – which already has three seasons under its belt. Ragnarok is produced by the Danish production company SAM Productions and quickly gained a following after the first installment. This probably took some by surprise – especially since some Norwegian media outlets didn’t exactly praise the show. Thankfully, the powers that be listened to the fans and soon renewed the Nordic original for a second season. Let’s take a closer look at the series’ potential beyond its most recent offering. What might a third season look like?

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Will Sayre is an evergreen and republish writer at Movieweb.com. He has also written and produced entertainment stories at Spectrum News and Warner Bros. Television. Sayre graduated with honors from Boston University’s College of Communication. He also served as film critic at The Taft School in Connecticut.

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