“Ragnarok” is a Netflix original fantasy series that everyone is binge-watching. The show’s core idea is given a reincarnation twist instead of simply depicting the Norse gods and their enemies as ancient characters who have been at it for millennia. As a result, “Ragnarok” is transformed into a superhero origin narrative, in which young Magne (David Stakston) discovers to his disbelief that he is the thunder god Thor. With his newfound abilities, he must stop ancient giants from unleashing Ragnarok, a global climatic shift, by posing as a wealthy human family to avoid the end of the world.
By the end of Season 2, the small town of Edda has been overrun by mythological characters who are all headed for a collision course. The Norse Netflix series doesn’t hold back when it comes to injecting new aspects of mystery and mayhem into the plot. Fans now just need a third season in which the gods and their adversaries are pitted against one another. What we know about the release date, characters, and plot of Season 3 of “Ragnarok” thus far may be summarized as:
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Ragnarok Season 3 Plot
Ragnarok season two continued Magne’s fight against Jutul Industries and the evil giants who run the corporation.
Unfortunately, everyone’s favorite reincarnated god lost his powers early on this season. And it wasn’t until Magne forged Mjolnir, Thor’s legendary hammer, that he was finally able to get a handle on his gifts.
In the season two finale, Magne rains down some righteous lightning and thunder on Fjor and Ran’s car. But annoyingly, the two Jutuls end up surviving to fight another day (season three, basically).
As if that wasn’t dramatic enough for y’all, the final episode of season two ends with Laurits kissing his young Jörmungandr snake. No, it’s not as dirty as it sounds, but it is odd, though. And now, with the World Serpent unleashed in the Norwegian fjords, Laurits has become a major player in the war to come.
Not only will season three continue to follow Magne’s battle against the Jutuls, but Laurit’s lineage will also play a big role moving forward too. Will he side with the gods or the giants? Or perhaps even no one? The answer to this could quite literally bring about the end of days that’s long been prophesied in the Norse tales of old.