Vikings Valhalla Season 2 Review: Vikings Valhalla is back with a new season that looks more epic and action-packed than season 1, whereas this series is created by Jeb Stuart and is the direct prequel to the Vikings series, which has grown in popularity and has been compared to Game of Thrones, whereas the story of Valhalla takes place 100 years after the events of Vikings.
In the articles, I will review season 2 and explain whether or not it is worth watching, as well as why it is necessary to watch the Vikings series before watching this series, among other things.
Vikings: Valhalla season 2 stories begin exactly where season 1 ended, where we see that Leif Erikson leaves the battle together with Harald and Freydis, and on the other side, we see that Emma has now taken the throne, where she is now Queen of England, and where Kattegat shows everything to their grandsons. Whereas in season 2, we see the story of them attempting to take the throne from Emma, as well as the journeys of Leif and Freydis, where these three seek their destiny.
Now, the story of Vikings: Valhalla is set 100 years after the events of the Vikings; some references are made in this series about the Vikings’ Rangor and more. But watching this series is not required; if you do, you will understand all the easter eggs in this series that relate to the Vikings series.
On the other side, the cinematography looks real during the battle where we see the large number of people fighting along with the blood scene, which feels real with the color and the color gradient in between the place and time being perfectly neutralized, which makes it perfect to watch.
Aside from that, the background music that beats between the shots is good but not great, like in the Vikings and Game of Thrones shows, but not so bad that it ruins your experience, and the scene of throne fighting and political agenda feels stretched too far and is unnecessarily unnecessary, but the action scene is perfectly choreographed.
The performance of the lead actors, Sam Corlett, Frida Gustavsson, and Leo Suter, along with some of the cast, did a great job, while the friendship scene during their journey made it feel perfect to watch, and I enjoyed this very much. Aside from that, the camera shots are flawless, as there aren’t too many cuts, making the action scene gory to watch.
- My Rating: 3.5/5.
- Nudity: Some scenes, but not much.
- Guidance: More blood and gore scenes
Finally, this show is perfect to watch if you want to watch something that includes blood, action, and heroic things. If you ask my opinion, I will recommend that you watch it when you have free time, as it feels perfect except for a few scenes.
Vikings: Valhalla seasons 1 and 2 are only available on Netflix in Hindi and English with subtitles, and you should watch them.