Vikings Valhalla: 10 Things You Missed

Nearly nine years after the original saga’s debut, on the History Channel, Netflix has launched the epic spinoff called Vikings: Valhalla. It premiered on Netflix on February 25, 2022. Created by Jeb Stuart it was filmed in County Wicklow, Ireland, and follows the events of Vikings one hundred years after the Battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066, which marked the beginning of the end of the Viking Age. Those are some things you might know but this video is all about the things you may have missed. Like is Freydis Eiriksdottir based on a real person in history? Did King Canute actually invade England? Why was it named Vikings: Valhalla? Did Leif Erikson actually bring down London Bridge in real life? We’ll tell you about the truth behind Kattegaat and the tatoo of creepy Jarl Kare. Spoilers a plenty! Here’s the top 10 things you missed in Vikings: Valhalla.



0:00 Intro
1:02 Was Freydis Eiriksdottir Real?
1:59 Did King Canute actually invade England?
2:43 Why was it named Vikings: Valhalla?
4:16 Greenlanders costumes
5:08 Why are the Vikings: Valhalla so muddy and bloody and long?
5:58 Did Leif Erikson bring down London Bridge?
7:00 The truth behind Kattegat
8:24 The tattoo of creepy Jarl Kare
9:57 Prince Harald’s father
10:42 Leif turns into his father in the end

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