Ragnarok Season 3: Release date, cast, plot, trailer and more

Ragnarok Season 3: Everything we know so far about the finale season
Credits: NETFLIX

“Ragnarok” is a very binge-worthy fantasy drama that takes a fresh look at Norse mythology. Instead of just showing the Norse gods and their opponents as old characters who have been at it for centuries, the drama adds an evolutionary twist to the fundamental notion. This lets “Ragnarok” function as a superhero origin narrative, with young Magne (David Stakston) discovering he is the thunder god Thor. He must use his newfound abilities to prevent the destruction of the planet. He must specifically deal with ancient giants who disguise themself as an affluent family in order to cause Ragnarok, a massive climatic disaster.

The narrative of this Nordic Netflix program isn’t afraid to introduce fresh aspects of mystery and mayhem, and by the moment “Ragnarok” Season 2 concludes, the little town of Edda is swarming with mythical figures, every one of them is on a collision path. All that remains is for a third season to depict how the fight between the celestial beings and their adversaries will play out. Let’s have a peek at everything we know about “Ragnarok” Season 3’s release date, cast, narrative, and more.

ragnarok 2
Credits: NETFLIX

Ragnarok Season 3 Release updates

Some of the supporting cast revealed in late 2021 that “Ragnarok” has been renewed for Season 3 (via YouTube). Unfortunately, this is going to be its final season, but it appears to be a fantastic finish. On April 8, the verified “Ragnarok” Instagram account announced that Season 3 was in the works, but updates were infrequent in the months that followed. Finally, Netflix disclosed the June 2023 release date. Season 3 of “Ragnarok” will be available on Netflix on August 24, 2023.

The first seasons of “Ragnarok” are rather brief, with only six powerful episodes each. This, presumably, will also extend to Season 3. Whatever the length or material, fans are ecstatic – August 24, 2023, can’t arrive soon enough.

Ragnarok Season 3 Cast

There’s nothing compelling to suppose that everyone who survives “Ragnarok” Season 2 isn’t coming back for a future Season 3. Magne (David Stakston) and his half-brother Laurits (Jonas Strand Gravli), the contemporary counterpart of Loki, are clearly the main protagonists. You may also expect to see their newly found partner gods, like Iman (Danu Sunth), as well as all of the important human characters, return. The Jutul clan of apocalyptic, super-rich legendary giants will almost surely return, albeit it appears that they will be missing their ceremonial patriarch, Vidar (Gsli rn Gararsson), who died unexpectedly midway through Season 2.

In the Season 2 conclusion, the strong Saxa (Theresa Frostad Eggesbø) appears to support Magne, while Fjor (Herman Tmmeraas) and Ran (Synnve Macody Lund) are clearly villains. There’s no knowing the things they’re capable of with Laurits (at least temporarily) on their side.

There has been no announcement about any new characters. Still, there are many more gods and antagonists in Norse mythology than “Ragnarok” has portrayed thus far, and there’s no saying how many new ones the season may introduce.

Credits: NETFLIX

What is the plot of Ragnarok Season 3?

Season 1 of “Ragnarok” focuses on Magne’s rising abilities and his battles to defeat the Jutul family, whereas Season 2 ups the ante by exposing viewers to a slew of other Norse god reincarnations. It also establishes Laurits (Jonas Strand Gravli), Magne’s (David Stakston) half-brother, as the personification of Loki, the trickster. The sophomore season’s climax, perhaps predictably, concludes with the brothers at odds, as Magne betrays Laurits’ confidence and the latter’s schemes unleash the lethal Jörmungandr — the Thor-killing world snake.

Even with their prospective partnership with Saxa, Magne and the other resurrected gods are undoubtedly in a world of danger if Season 3 follows its predecessor’s path and begins precisely where the finale of “Ragnarok” Season 2 left things. Furthermore, not only are the surviving Jutuls as harmful as ever, but Laurits has firmly aligned himself with the anti-Magne party, and his fatal “tapeworm” is now free to wander. Even without considering all of the expected additional dangers, it’s probably safe to predict that “Ragnarok” Season 3 will be extremely perilous for the characters.

ragnarok 3
Credits: NETFLIX

Ragnarok Season 3 Trailer

Since the new season will release on August 24, 2023, it’s still too early to ask for a trailer. We expect Netflix to drop a trailer sometime between late July and mid-August.

Where to watch Ragnarok Season 3?

Because “Ragnarok” is a Netflix original series, Seasons 1 and 2 are accessible to watch in their entirety on the platform. There will be a long gap between the publication of Season 2 and Season 3, so if you they must catch up on the latest 12 episodes, you’ll know where to go.

However, because the Norse-themed series is not available on other platforms, Netflix is the only place to see it.