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The second season of Ragnarok was announced on March 4, 2020. Just a few weeks after it's Netflix release, Netflix confirmed that a second season would be on the way. The streaming service released several pictures across it's various accounts to announce the series. It launched globally on Netflix on May 27, 2021.
Magne has to accept that now that he’s ready for battle, his enemies are too many and too strong. Is there anyone else who, like him, has supernatural powers? And will he be able to find these people in time? And what happens when it turns out that his little brother, Laurits, is also quite exceptional, but that he views the world very differently from Magne? In the second season of Ragnarok, the conflict gets tougher, evil gets more focused, and the choices ever more desperate. In the midst of all this, Magne is faced with the fundamental question: How far are you willing to go in order to save your family?
- David Stakston as Magne Seier / Thor
- Jonas Strand Gravli as Laurits Seier / Loki
- Herman Tømmeraas as Fjor Jutul
- Theresa Frostad Eggesbø as Saxa Jutul
- Emma Bones as Gry Isungset (until episode 4)
- Henriette Steenstrup as Turid Seier
- Synnøve Macody Lund as Ran Jutul
- Gísli Örn Garðarsson as Vidar Jutul (until episode 3)
- Danu Sunth as Iman Reza / Freyja
- Bjørn Sundquist as Wotan Wagner / Odin
- Eli Anne Linnestad as Wenche
- Benjamin Helstad as Harry / Týr
- Vebjørn Enger as Jens
- Hermann Sabado as Morten
- Espen Sigurdsen as Halvor Lange
- Billie Barker as Signy
- Odd-Magnus Williamson as Erik Eidsvoll
- Ylva Bjørkaas Thedin as Isolde Eidsvoll
- Tani Dibasey as Oscar Bjørnholt
- Kornelia Eline Skogseth as Hilde
- Ida Nilsen as Nora
- Iselin Shumba Skjævesland as Yngvild Bjørnholt
- Kyrre Haugen Sydness as Jan Isungset
- Iben Lewis Thorsen as Ada
- Anne-Marthe Lund-Engnes as Glennie
- Ruben Rosbach as Kiwi
- Johannes Gjessing as Rasmus
- Laurids Skovgaard Andersen as Sander
- Tommy Karlsen Sandum as Henry
- Jesper Malm as Moland
- Anders Nylander Thomsen as Jeppe
- Thomas Narmo as Kroppsbygger
- Jeppe Beck Laursen as Radiovert
- Loekke Calle as Espen
- Episode 1 - Brothers in Arms - May 27, 2021
- A battle ends with a bang - and an ominous promise of violence. After visiting another realm, Magne hunts for allies while Vidar marshals his forces.
- Episode 2 - What Happened to the Nice, Old Lady? - May 27, 2021
- The truth hurts, and a fight for hearts and minds kicks off. Vidar gets under Magne's skin, Iman feels her power, and Laurits discovers his dark side.
- Episode 3 - Power to the People - May 27, 2021
- Edda rises: Magne confronts Ran, and Laurits proves a point. As protests gather momentum, a king walks again, and a master manipulator gets played.
- Episode 4 - God Is God, Though All Men Death Had Tasted - May 27, 2021
- A patriarch passes - and a strange new creature is born. Magne tries to change, Laurits lashes out and Fjor charts a new path. Saxa and Iman step up.
- Episode 5 - Know Yourself - May 27, 2021
- In a seismic shift, Magne rejects strength, Fjor makes a power grab and a circle closes ranks. Laurits learns the truth, and Iman reaches out to Ran.
- Episode 6 - All You Need Is Love - May 27, 2021
- Desperate times fire up Magne and his crew as they go on a risky mission. The Jutuls face an unforeseen enemy while a formidable ancient force awakens.
- Soon after the release in March 2020, Netflix confirmed that Ragnarok has been renewed for season 2.
- Written by award-winning writer Adam Price and Emilie Lebech Kaae and will be directed by Mogens Hagedorn.
- The streaming service confirmed in a press release on Wednesday September 2, 2020 that production has begun.