Ragnarok, a Norwegian-language Netflix series, inspired by Norse mythological traditions, follows Magne Seier (David Stakston), a teenager who finds he is the incarnation of Thor, the Norse God of Thunder.
The school adolescent finds himself fighting with powers threatening to ruin the planetary environment through pollution.
A favourable audience reply has been obtained by it, Though Ragnarok received mixed critical reviews. The show earned an audience acceptance score per cent on Rotten Tomatoes compared to a review rating of 67 per cent.
The trailer for Ragnarok Season 1 obtained almost 5 million viewpoints on YouTube (see video below).
Fans have been clamouring for more after watching the first six episodes of the series that dropped on Netflix in January 2020.
“More Ragnarok! More times, longer seasons!” One Twitter enthusiast wrote.
“Luv Rag! Desire more!” another tweeted.
Others have been inquiring whether the series will go back for Season two to Netflix.
This is everything you want to know if you been on the lookout for updates and information about Ragnarok Season 2 on Netflix.
Is there likely to be a Season 2 of Ragnarok?
After Season 1 started in January 2020 on the platform, Ragnorak Season 2 is coming to Netflix.
After Netflix officially revived Ragnarok for season 2, many fans took to Instagram to express delight.
“Yes! Thank you, Thank you!!!!!” 1 enthusiast responded on Instagram.
“can’t wait,” another wrote.
“We will need to see more [of Laurits as] Loki,” a third fan said.
Others wanted to know when Season 2 will come out.
Ragnarok Season 2 Release date:
Netflix has not announced a release date for Ragnarok Season two.
Many fans hope that another season will fall in January 2021 on Netflix since Ragnarok Season 1 dropped on Netflix in January 2020.
We currently do not know in 2021 that fans will have the ability to watch another season of action and drama, although it is expected that the season will premiere sometime in 2021.
Amid the disruption to the production schedule for TV shows caused by the coronavirus outbreak, fans can keep their fingers crossed and hope manufacturing Season 2 will begin as soon as coronavirus restrictions affecting the entertainment sector end.
When the restrictions end, but we do not know.
Ragnarok is only one of several other Netflix shows experiencing delays in their season after the giant has been forced to shut down production on TV shows to curb the disease’s spread.
Other shows changed comprise The Witcher Season Stranger Matters Season 4, 2, and Grace and Frankie Season 7.
Ragnarok Season 2 cast:
Although Netflix has not confirmed the cast for the upcoming season, fans can expect that David Stakston will return as Jonas Strand Gravli as Laurits, Herman Tømmeraas as Fjor Magne, and Theresa Frostad Eggesbø as Saxa.
Others expected to go back for Ragnarok Season 2 comprise Emma Bones as Gry, Henriette Steenstrup as Turid, and Synnøve Macody Lund as Ran.
It remains uncertain whether Vidar (Gísli Örn Garðarsson) will return in Season 1. Vidar could have been killed in the epic struggle against Magne from the Season 1 finale.
What’s Ragnarok about?
Ragnorok, a fantasy drama series made by Adam Price and led by Mogens Hagedorn, is set at the Norwegian town of Edda.
As he fights the wealthy Jutul family, whose factories are responsible for environmental pollution causing climate change, the show follows Magne, the incarnation of Thor, the Norse God of Thunder.
On the other hand, the Jutul are not ordinary people. They are the frost giants from Norse mythology but live under the guise of industrialists that are wealthy at Edda.
Magne struggles to prevent them.
What to expect from Ragnarok Season 2?
Ragnorok Season two will pick up where Season 1 left off following Magne defeated Vidar.
From the Season 1 finale, Fjor strikes Gry in an abandoned warehouse, but Magne arrives to save her. Vidar arrives and realizes that Magne is Thor.
The two foes clash in an epic battle while Gry and Fjor escape from the scene.
Vidar almost defeats Magne, but at the moment, Magne summons lightning and utilizes Vidar to attack. Vidar is defeated and seemingly killed.
Magne can be hurt, but he presumably survived.
We will figure out after the effective lightning strike that ended the epic struggle was summoned by Magne, whether Vidar expired.
After having conquered Vidar, Magne will even need to handle the other Jutuls, such as Ran (Synnøve Macody Lund), Fjor (Herman Tømmeraas), and Saxa (Theresa Frostad Eggesbø).
Fans are also hoping to see more of Magne’s brother, Laurits (Jonas Strand Gravli), following Season 1 hints he could be Loki, the Norse trickster.