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Ragnarok Season 3: Everything you need to know about expected cast, potential plot and more

If you’re anticipating the premiere of Ragnarok season 3 on Netflix, we have all the details on the upcoming episodes of the popular Norse mythology-based series.


The third and final season of the popular show Ragnarok will air on Netflix, which has confirmed that a new season of the drama has been approved. So, do not get too depressed. We have all the information you require regarding the Ragnarok season 3 premiere date, story details, casting news, and more.

The 2020 film Ragnarok is a contemporary retelling of Norse mythology that is set in the fictitious Norwegian town of Edda, which is plagued by industrial pollution and climate change. Magne (David Stakston), the teen protagonist, fights those responsible for the problem in the town, and his quest is made easier by the fact that he is the Thor reincarnation (no, there is no connection between the two MCU).

Release date rumours for season 3 of Ragnarok

The release date for Ragnarok season 3 is unknown at this time. Having said that, we anticipate it to touch down somewhere in the second half of 2022. Seasons 1 and 2 historically arrived on Netflix on January 31 and May 27, respectively, indicating an annual release. With only six episodes per season, Ragnarok’s seasons are also rather brief, which means that production isn’t as involved as it is for programmes with longer seasons. We should witness the conclusion of Ragnarok this year if they act soon.

Third season of Ragnarok teaser rumours

Regrettably, the third season of Ragnarok has no trailer yet. We might have to wait a bit for a trailer because filming is still taking place and there is no word on when it will be finished. But if our prediction of a late 2022 release date is accurate, a trailer will almost certainly be released soon.

Three-season Plot rumours for Ragnarok

At this point, there are no official storyline specifics for Ragnarok season 3, but given that it is the final season and since the name “Ragnarok” literally refers to a tremendous war that results in the deaths of many gods, we anticipate some very conclusive action.

Ragnarok’s second season has definitely blurred the borders between good and evil because to Laurits’ experiments with the dark side (which makes sense, given he is the modern version of Loki, god of mischief). In a similar vein, Saxa appeared to have switched her allegiance from the Jutul to Magne after having a change of heart in the season 2 finale. The Jörmungandr, or world serpent capable of slaying Thor, was unleashed by Laurits in the series finale after feeling betrayed by Magne. Magne will undoubtedly have his hands full in season 3 with the nasty Jutul family, Laurits, and now his lethal new pet to deal with. Fortunately, he will have the assistance of numerous other gods that we learned about in season 2, and if Norse mythology is any indication, there may be even more to come.

Cast speculations for season three of Ragnarok

All of the major characters who were present at the conclusion of season 2 are quite likely to return for Ragnarok season 3. Key figures Magne and his half-brother Laurits (Jonas Strand Gravli) will undoubtedly return for the series’ conclusion.

The gods Iman (Danu Sunth), Wotan (Bjrn Sundquist), and Harry (Benjamin Helstad) are all likely to join the major battle, as are the new allies Magne discovered in season 2. Saxa (Theresa Frostad Eggesb), who sided with Magne in the season 2 finale, appears to be joining them as well.

Of course, Ragnarok would not exist without the evil Jutul family. The apocalyptic giants will be without Vidar (Gsli rn Gararsson), their commander, who perished too soon in season 2. But that is not a problem because Fjor (Herman Tmmeraas) and Ran (Synnve Macody Lund) both have enough evil in them to make up for it.

Ragnarok’s third and final season will undoubtedly feature new characters, but considering the depth of Norse mythology, we can be certain that there are a number of more gods who are just waiting to be revealed.