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‘Vikings: Valhalla’ Season 3: Netflix Release Date Estimate & What We Know So Far

Vikings: Valhalla is returning for a third season on Netflix. Having wrapped filming before season 2 even dropped onto the service, we’ve got confirmation we’ll be headed back in 2024. Here’s everything you need to know about the third and potentially final season of Vikings: Valhalla. Vikings: Valhalla is a Netflix Original historical drama created by Michael Hirst and a spin-off of the popular History Channel series Vikings. The series is produced by MGM Productions and was given a rare big upfront order when the show was initially ordered, which covered 24 episodes across three seasons. The most recent season, season 2, dropped on Netflix globally on January 12th, 2023.

In February 2023, Netflix confirmed that season 3 would return to Netflix sometime in 2024. Our best guess is that the series will drop in Q1 2024 (between January 1st and March 31st). Like the previous two seasons, the third will also have eight episodes. The only director confirmed on season 3 so far is David Frazee. Between January 8th and February 5th, season 2 picked up 150.84M hours viewed in the Netflix top 10s. The show spent precisely four weeks in Netflix’s top 10 hourly charts before bowing out. We can track this drop in viewership more accurately using CVE viewership metrics (this is where we take the number of hours viewed and divide it by the runtime of the show).


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