All you need to know about the possible second season of Netflix’s Norwegian superhero drama… One of Netflix’s newest original series is already making speculations and conversations online – the Norwegian superhero drama Ragnarok.
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When is Ragnarok Season 2 on Netflix?
So far, Netflix has not announced any plans for the second season of Ragnarok – though this should not be considered a cause for concern.
The series has only been released for a few days and will release six episodes of its first season on January 31, 2020.
It is not known whether the series is being considered for an update since Netflix has not released the ratings to the public – however, Netflix usually promises updates and cancellations after the first episodes of a series.
Therefore, fans can expect to hear news about Ragnarok’s future in the summer of 2020, and if the second season launches, it will air sometime in 2021.
What happened in Ragnarok Season 1?
The premise of the show is Magne (played by David Stockton), a poor Norwegian teenager who travels to Etta with his mother Durst (Henriett Steinstrup) and brother Lauritz (Jonas Strand Crawley), a mysterious town. Change.
When Magne finds that he has superpowers, including the capacity to anticipate climate designs, he assumes the group of the terrible Jul, and the degenerate company is by all accounts affecting the abnormal occasions in the city.
What will happen in Ragnarok Season 2?
It’s still early days – however, the drama of the show is far from the end of the first season.
The parallels between Magne and Thor seem to increase as the series progresses, with Magnie’s brother Lauritz finally able to go down the same path as Thor’s villainous brother, Loki.
Who are the actors of Ragnarok Season 2?
No new actors have been known for Season Two – although there are several actors from Season One, including David Stockton (Magne), Jonas Strand Crawley (Lauritz), Godley Arn Carcharson (Vidar) and Herman Dammeras (Fjor) among others.