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Netflix’s Ragnarok Shine’s With It’s Own Norse Mythology : S2 On Cards Confirms Sources!!

The most talked series, Ragnarok. To Shine with its Norse mythology with yet another season.


Ragnarok (TV Series 2020– ) - IMDb

The fantasy drama series. Ragnarok that airs on Netflix is based on Norse Mythology. It’s created by Mogens Hagedorn and premiered. It’s the first season this year on 31st January 2020. Ever since then, the show has gotten fans to demand for yet another season.

Netflix acknowledged the fact that Ragnarok got very popular in no time with a huge fan base and finally announced the renewal of season two.

Initially, people confused Netflix’s Ragnarok with MCU’S Thor series, but actually, they have no connection whatsoever. Ragnarok is based on a teenager who lives in a small town in Norway where winters are warm, and they experience severe downpours. The teenager is oblivious to the fact that he’s a Norse God and ends up exploring all the powers that eventually help him find a solution to the problems in town.

It’s best to expect season two of Netflix series, Ragnarok, to be way more diverse and narrative since the story has great potential to it.


Ragnarok Season two has been the most anticipated by the fans as the first series came out with only six episodes.

Given the fact that Netflix just announced the renewal for Ragnarok season 2, the release date is going to take a while. However, we can expect it to come out early next year.

If we’re to take the current situation of COVID-19 into thought, then the production of the series is at a halt, and we could expect a delay in the release date. The production is to resume as soon as the lockdown orders are lifted.

Stay tuned to The InnerSane as we’ll update you as soon as Netflix releases an official trailer of Ragnarok Season two!


Vaagisha Singh
Vaagisha Singh is a senior writer at The Innersane, where she covers media and advertising and co-hosts the Original Content podcast. Previously, She has worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Pop Culture Times. She attended DU University And Loves Dogs

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