Ragnarok returned to Netflix on May 27th but fans have already begun asking if the show will be renewed for season 3. Does the season 2 ending set up more?
When it first released in January 2020, Ragnarok became a surprise hit as the Norwegian series earned fans around the world.
In May 2021, the Nordic series made its long-awaited return for season 2, continuing the story of Magne and his quest against the Jutul family and their company.
However, despite season 2 only just releasing, fans have already begun to ask if Ragnarok will return to Netflix for season 3.
Ragnarok season 2 on Netflix
Season 2 of Ragnarok thundered its way onto Netflix on May 27th, 2021.
After the events of season 1, which saw Magne emerge as the embodiment of the Norse god Thor, season 2 sees Magne continue the fight against Jutul Industries and the family of giants that run the corporation.
However, Magne’s ongoing quest will not be an easy one as he’ll need to enlist the help of several followers to take on the Jutul behemoths.
Will Ragnarok return for season 3?
- It has not yet been announced if Ragnarok will return for season 3.
That’s hardly surprising as the Norwegian series has only just returned to Netflix for season 2.
Following the conclusion of season 1, which released in January 2020, it took Netflix until March 2020 to confirm the second season.
As a result, we should hopefully hear more about Ragnarok’s future within the next few weeks or months.
Does season 2’s ending set up more? [spoilers]
- Yes, the ending of Ragnarok season 2 leaves the door firmly open for the story to continue.
*WARNING: Season 2 spoilers ahead*
After losing his powers earlier in the season, Magne and his comrades are able to break into Jutul Industries’ factory in order to forge Mjolnir, Thor’s legendary hammer.
Magne struggles to wield the weapon at first but in episode 6, he’s able to regain his powers after learning of Jutul Industries’ latest betrayal.
This allows him to use Mjolnir properly, lightning and all, setting up a brief confrontation where he’s able to destroy Fjor and Ran’s car, although the two Jutuls survive.
Season 2 ends with Laurits setting his young Jörmungandr snake (Midgard Serpent or World Serpent) free into the Norwegian fjords in order to let it grow while the Jutuls watch on from a distance, knowing they have a fight on their hands.
Season 2 of Ragnarok is available to stream now on Netflix after releasing on May 27th, 2021.