Vikings Valhalla, which arrives on Netflix on Friday, February 25, intends to continue the epic Norsemen adventure.

The eight-episode series is set in the early 1000s, more than 100 years after its predecessor ended.

It was a time when tensions were rising between pagan Vikings and those who had converted to Christianity, as well as between Vikings and English.

Throughout the season, Leif has been torn between his old ‘pagan’ religion and the hot new thing on the continent

Harald is "one of the last Viking berserkers" who has the ability to unite Pagans and Christians. He served as King of Norway from 1046.

King Canute is characterised as a "wise, clever, and ruthless Viking chieftain" who "keeps his allies close and his enemies closer."

Freydís is the daughter of Erik the Red and sister of Leif. She is described as "a staunch believer in the 'old gods.'" Both Freydís and Leif will arrive in Kattegat as outcasts.

Sweyn Forkbeard is not a happy guy by the conclusion of Vikings: Valhalla. He has left England in the capable hands of Emma of Normandy.

In Vikings: Valhalla, the freshly crowned Edmund is portrayed as almost incapable of ruling, a petulant and arrogant young man who quickly loses his kingdom to Cnut.

In my opinion, I am just remembering the Games of Thrones thriller and also the old Vikings. You can watch Vikings Valhalla online on Netflix.