Many of us can only dream of wielding the power of the almighty Thor. That dream, however, is a reality for Magne, who lives in a fictional Norweigian town called Edda. Just a teenager, and not even close to having a body as ripped as Chris Hemsworth’s Thor from the MCU, Magne discovers that he is the living embodiment of the Norse God. He must use his powers to save his town from the grasp of the Jutul Family, who are basically the Frost Giants from Norse Mythology, also known as Jotunn.
Ragnarok follows the lightning packed exploits of Magne and his friends as they go up against the wealthy Jul. Season 1 of Ragnarok was well received and has an IMDB rating of 7.5 out of 10.
Having defeated the leader of the Jutuls for now, Magne will probably face newer more powerful threats in season 2. Here’s what we know about the upcoming Ragnarok season 2 so far.
Ragnarok Season 2 Release Date
Netflix has not yet given an official release date for Ragnarok Season 2. Expect it to be sometime in mid-to-late 2021 considering the current state of the world. As for now, we don’t even know when production will begin or whether it has already begun, in any case, the new season won’t be coming earlier than at least April of 2021.
Expect the trailer for season 2 to arrive about a month or so before the season releases.
The antagonists of the show are the Jutul family, or as is known in Norse Mythology, the Jotunn. One might recognize these beings as the antagonists from the Thor movies made by Marvel. The Jotunn are humongous ice giants who in Norse Mythology are the Biblical equivalents of demons.
In the series, the Jutul family is the fifth-richest family in Norway, and own several factories which are causing climate change and industrial pollution in the small town of Edda. It is up to Magneto rise to them and saves his village.
After defeating the leader of the Jutul family in season 1, Magne will most likely encounter new villains, most likely inspired by Norse Mythology.
- Jonas Strand Gravli as Laurits Seier
- Theresa Frostad Eggesbo as Saxa
- Henriette Steenstrup as Turid Seier
- Synnove Macody Lund as Ran
- Emma Bones as Gry
- Gisli Orn Garoarsson as Vidar
- David Stakston as Magne Seier
- Herman Tømmeraas as Fjor
Where to Stream
Ragnarok Season 2 can be streamed exclusively on Netflix, which will most likely be applicable to the second season as well, considering that it is a Netflix original.