‘Vikings: Valhalla’ Season 3: With Hárekr gone, what’s next for Freydís?

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The final and third season of the famous historical fantasy drama series “Vikings Valhalla” is set to rule the hearts of fans from Thursday, July 11, 2024.

The second season of the show was very interesting, with our main characters navigating their own journeys.

Freydís Eiríksdóttir (Frida Gustavsson) strives to fulfill her destiny but faces serious threats from Lord Hárekr (Bradley James) and Jarl Olaf Haraldsson (Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson).

Although our brave Viking warrior successfully tricks the men and stands as the undisputed monarch of Jomsborg, the road ahead is not as simple as she would like.

What happened between Lord Hárekr and Freydís Eiríksdóttir in ‘Vikings: Valhalla’ Season 2?

Bradley James in a photo of
Bradley James in a still from “Vikings: Valhalla” (Netflix/@beranardwalsh)

Lord Hárekr, the ruler of the pagan Viking city of Jómsborg, names Freydís high priestess with the aim of building a new Uppsala.

Freydís soon finds the terrible truth of Jómsborg, where some people are regarded as second-class citizens and refugees are pushed into slavery.

When she tries to integrate the migrants, Hárekr exposes his real goals, ordering their slaughter and imprisoning Freydís and after she gives birth, Hárekr keeps her baby with him.

Shocked by Hárekr duplicity, Jorundr Torvilsson (Stanislav Callas) tries to help Freydís escape, but unfortunately, he is apprehended, prompting Freydís to leave her alone, leaving her baby son behind.

Freydís, later, arrives to take her son but is dominated by Hárekr until the crowd helps her and starts throwing stones at him, stoning him to death.

What will be the next course of action for Freydís Eiríksdóttir in ‘Vikings: Valhalla’ Season 3?

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Frida Gustavsson in a still from “Vikings: Valhalla” (NETFLIX/@beranardwalsh)

Although the release of the third and final season is just around the corner, nothing can be said about Freydí’s plans after Hárekr’s death. However, we can still speculate about Freydí’s next move.

It is quite likely that she will try to establish her authority and focus on integrating the various groups in Jómsborg, such as the refugees and second-class residents who were previously persecuted by Hárekr.

Freydís will also focus on the spiritual and cultural components of the community in her role as high priestess.

A difficult situation for Freydís and her people is also suggested by the show’s trailer, as they go to find a new village to call home in the midst of hardship in Jómsborg.

How do I stream ‘Vikings: Valhalla’ Season 3?

Goran Visnjic joins Vikings: Valhalla as Erik the Red, driving family dynamics and influencing Leif's ambitions (@netflix)
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The last season of ‘Vikings: Valhalla’ will be available to watch on Netflix on Thursday, July 11, 2024, and to watch the show, you need to have a premium membership, which comes in a number of subscription packages tailored to different budget aspects.

High-definition (1080p) streaming is accessible for the $6.99 monthly Standard Plan membership fee, which includes advertising.

The Standard Plan is $15.49 per month and does not include advertising. It allows you to watch media in 1080p/full HD resolution on two screens simultaneously with a single account.

The Premium Plan, which costs $22.99 per month, allows customers to view four screens at the same time in 4K Ultra HD resolution with Dolby Atmos and HDR technology.

“Vikings: Valhalla” season 3 trailer

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