Ragnarok season 3
Currently, all the Ragnarok fans are sitting hopeful and excited about the new season of the show. Before diving into the whole fiasco of season 3 of the Ragnarok show, first, let’s take a brief look at the series.
Ragnarok is a Norwegian fantasy drama series featured on Netflix. The show is created and written by Adam Price. The first season aired in the year 2020 with 6 episodes and the second one was released in the year 2021 also with 6 episodes.
The series has grown a strong audience so far, that’s eager for the next season.
When is Ragnarok season 3 releasing?
While Netflix has not yet confirmed whether there will be a season 3 of Ragnarok, it would be rude of them to not continue the cliffhanger ending of the show from the previous season. But as of now, there is no confirmation about the next season’s arrival whatsoever, nor there have been hints dropped by any of the team members or Netflix.
Even assuming that the next season might arrive, one shouldn’t expect it to release at least until summer 2022. And even when Ragnarok season 3 does ever release, there will probably be only 6 episodes just like the previous ones.
Ragnarok season 2 summary
Before we get into this, let’s understand the synopsis of the entire show.
Ragnarok takes place in the current age and state of a fictional Norwegian town of Edda in Western Norway, which is harmed by the climate change caused by the people around and the industrial pollution by the local factories owned by the Jutul family. The Jutul family is challenged by Magne, a teenage boy who learns that he is the rebirth of the Marvel character Thor and begins the fight against those who are destroying the planet.
The second season picks up right where the first season left off, with Magne trying to strike Vidar in which he himself ends up getting hurt but nobody gets killed. But Magne knows that he has to kill the jutul family else they might end up destroying their town and soon the world. Magne also realizes he has to look past his half-brother’s feelings, in order to kill the Jutul family. And now that Magne has the support of other gods, he can easily achieve it but he gets tricked. But at the end when Magne finally wins and enjoys his victory he realizes the tapeworm he had taken from his stomach earlier on. He birthed it, per the Norse mythology, after injecting Odin’s blood into his veins. He knows that it will grow and will have the ability to kill Thor, so he kisses his child goodbye.