Ragnar Lothbrok, the fabled Viking King, and his line of descendants have finally met their end. The sagas from Norway & Iceland play a central role in the legends of the Vikings. The program covers a timeline that began in 793 (roughly) and extends to a period many decades following the commencement. After Ragnar Lothbrok, the legendary Viking King was killed off in the fourth season, the tale turned to the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok, who now take center stage. Now that Vikings Season 6 has concluded, viewers are excited to see what lies next for the program in Season 7.
Just to Remind You…
Let’s look back at the past season of Vikings before we go into the new season. Previously, we saw that Bjorn Ironside, Ragnar’s oldest son, fought for the throne of the Vikings and dodged an invasion commanded by Rus. Bjorn Hvitserk’s two brothers, Ivar and Bjorn Hvitserk, joined forces to kill him. Second son Ragnar, Ubbe, embarks on a trip across the ocean searching for the legendary Golden Land, which is now known as the United States of America today.
Is Season 7 of Vikings canceled? Is This What the Showrunner Has to Say?
Instead of discussing when Vikings Season 7 will be released, this post will focus on what is ahead for the program in the future. According to the rumors, the sixth season will be the last one. Despite a drop in interest and ratings following the death of the Viking ruler Ragnar, showrunners decided not to discontinue the program just because of a decline in viewership or ratings. However, Michael Hirst, the shoemaker, noted in an interview that the show’s choice to cease after its sixth season was a bit inventive. That said, what can we expect from this fan-made Vikings mod? We’ll let you know what’s going on.
The continuation of the Vikings series was officially announced in November of this year. Valhalla is the name of the new series of Vikings. Showrunner Hirst and MGM Television have been confirmed as the show’s producers. The following season will be co-created, written, and produced by Die Hard screenwriter Jeb Stuarts. Although the tale will begin 100 years after the actual events, it is a sequel. So, we can’t call it Season 7 of Vikings. We may, however, draw comparisons to season 7.
Vikings: Valhalla Gets a New Name
As for the release date of this spinoff or the seventh season of Vikings, filming began for the show in the second quarter of 2020. However, the shooting had to be postponed due to the current pandemic crisis. So, Vikings Season 7, which was supposed to premiere at the end of 2021, was also delayed. We may expect it to be released in the third or fourth quarter of 2022 now that filming has resumed and Netflix has taken over the production.