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

Ragnarok Season 3: Everything we know so far about the finale season
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When is Netflix’s series returning for another season? Read on to find out more about Ragnarok Season 3. 

It’s been an entire year since the second season last aired on May 27, 2021. Since then, fans of the series have been wondering if the show will be back on the streaming service or not. As many major TV networks like Netflix usually take time to consider all the factors before approving another season, Ragnarok is one of them which got an early renewal for a proper conclusion to this beloved series and a good final season that the fans truly deserve. 

This is exciting as the holdup for the fans won’t last too long now because we have all the details to share! Take a look at this quick rundown of everything you need to know about the release date, plot, and cast, so you can get a head start on the next installment and be prepared before the series airs on Netflix. Here’s all we know about Ragnarok Season 3 so far.

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

Ragnarok Season 3 Release Date

In November 2021, Herman Tømmeraas, the actor who plays Fjor, confirmed that the series would return for Season 3, which will be its final season. The exact release date for the final season has not been disclosed as of September 29, 2022. But it is confirmed to be released sometime in late 2022.

In addition to this, if we take the prior season and most of the Netflix series like prior seasons of Ragnarok into consideration with a bit of speculation, then the new series will have the same premiere time as other shows on the streaming service, which is 12:00 a.m. (PT) or 3:00 a.m. (ET). In order to receive updates on when the show premieres on Netflix, interested viewers can also enable notifications.

The official Instagram handle of the show also confirmed the news by posting the update, quoting, “What a group! – We cannot wait to see this amazing team kicking it off in the 3rd and final season. Ragnarok season 3 is in production now!” Take a look at the official post below: 


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Ragnarok Season 3 Plot

It is Netflix’s third Norwegian-language TV series, following Home for Christmas and Lilyhammer. At this point, no official storyline details for Ragnarok Season 3 have been disclosed, but given that this is the final season and that Ragnarok generally means a big fight that results in the death of many gods, we expect some very conclusive action.

In an interview with Digital Spy, Herman Tømmerass, who plays Fjor Jutul, talked about his hopes for his character if there is a third season. “I’ve always felt like the bad guys are the most interesting characters,” he said. “I always think that the people that are evil are just the coolest thing – or the troubled characters who can’t really decide. So personally, I hope that I’m going to be able to become the devil in season three – if I can. Let me be brutal and dark, and troubled, and sinister, please. Just let me go [to] the next level in season three.”

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

Ragnarok Season 3 Cast and Crew

The series is produced by the Danish production company SAM Productions, and the main cast, who are expected to reprise their roles for the new season with their respective character descriptions are listed below: 

David Stakston as Magne Seier: The reincarnation of Thor, god of thunder.

Jonas Strand Gravli as Laurits Seier: Magne’s half-brother. He is the reincarnation and reimaging of Loki, god of mischief.

Herman Tømmeraas as Fjor: The high-school-age “son” in the Jutul family of Jötnar from Norse mythology.

Theresa Frostad Eggesbø as Saxa: The high-school-aged “daughter” in the Jutul family.

Emma Bones as Gry: Magne’s and Fjor’s love interest.

Henriette Steenstrup as Turid Seier: Magne’s and Laurits’ mother.

Synnøve Macody Lund as Ran: Principal of the high school and “mother” in the Jutul family.

Gísli Örn Garðarsson as Vidar: Local tycoon and “father” in the Jutul family.

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

Ragnarok Season 3 Episodes

Ragnarok’s new season is reported to have the same episode count of six episodes with a runtime of 42–54 minutes. All the episodes are expected to be released on the same day. We speculate that it is intended to follow the same framework as the last two seasons to be consistent.

The exact episode titles and synopsis of the series are not released by the network as of September 29, 2022. The network will publish those details when the episodes are due to air on the streaming service. So, we would advise fans to be patient while waiting for these updates, which will be issued in the coming months. 

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

Ragnarok Season 3: Where to stream the series?

When Ragnarok Season 3 draws close to the release date, the series will be available exclusively on Netflix, with all previous seasons also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. The video quality and quantity of screens you can use to stream Netflix simultaneously depend on the package you choose. You may play mobile games and stream movies and TV shows at no additional cost with any of their services.

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

Ragnarok Season 2: What happened in the finale episode?

The finale episode, All You Need Is Love, was released on 27 May 2021. The episode is directed by Mads Kamp Thulstrup and written by Adam Price & Emilie Lebech Kaae. In the episode, the viewers got to see that Magne, Wotan, Iman, and Harry set out for Jutul Industries, joined by Halvor. Magne pretends to want to hang a protest banner outside Jutul Industries in order to impress Signy and convince Laurits to give him the key to the ancient forge. While the others sneak into the warehouse, Wotan distracts the guards. 

Fjor is informed by the guards, and he proceeds to the old warehouse. Iman stands vigil in the Warehouse while Magne, Harry, and Halvor locate the ancient forge and begin building Mjölnir. Meanwhile, Iman and Harry fight Fjor, who overwhelms them and seriously injures Harry. They manage to create Mjölnir, and Magne escapes while the others are apprehended. As a result, Iman and Halvor are terminated from their positions at the hospital. Magne attempts to throw the hammer, but his powers do not return. Fjor is furious that tax authorities have the upper hand in Jutulheim. Saxa suggests appealing to emotions rather than logic. 

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

Magne notices Laurits’ pet in her room. Fjor holds a press conference and announces that they would be shifting production to Asia, where governments are more flexible. The Norwegian government intervenes, realizing that many people will lose their jobs if this occurs, and authorizes them to continue manufacturing in Edda. Turid starts working in a store.  As storms rage once more in the heavens, Magne is enraged by the Jutuls’ victory, believing that lightning may have produced Thor. Laurits confronts him as he takes his hammer, realizing Magne lied to him. Magne still leaves and awakens the hammer by holding it up during the storm until it is struck by lightning, restoring his powers. 

Fjor and Ran discover that Saxa handed the key to Laurits and punished her before departing to kill Laurits. Turid meets Erik on a date. Magne travels to Jutulheim to confront Fjor, only to discover an injured Saxa there. Saxa offers to assist Magne, and the two have an intimate encounter. Fjor is going to kill Laurits when he realizes he has the only thing that can kill Magne (his pet tapeworm/snake). Magne appears in front of him and Ran as they are about to depart and assaults them with Mjölnir, but they escape. As the episode comes to a close, Laurits throws Jörmungandr into the water while Ran and Fjor watch from the shore.

Ragnarok Season 2 | Official Teaser | Netflix

Catch up on all the previous episodes while you wait for updates on Ragnarok Season 3.