Season 2 of ‘Ragnarok’, a series that explores Norse mythology, is out now on Netflix, and it’s been creating a buzz.
Despite the controversial ending, streaming subscribers praised the plot development and Hollywood special effects.
Forget that boring ending to ragnarok season two, I didn’t like it
I DON’T BELIEVE I SPENT ALL MORNING WATCHING RAGNAROK TO GET THIS FINAL MIXURUCA, WITHOUT ACTION
I expected a scene full of effects, got a hammer setting the car on fire
Okay, I was disappointed at the end of Ragnarok’s 2nd temp, but what crap.
DA… DAM… LHO THE SECOND SEASON OF RAGNAROK IS A FUCKING CRAZY
I said I wasn’t going to see #Ragnarok season 2 but, sold as I am, I surrendered and so far I haven’t been disappointed. Only episode 1 of season 2 worked the whole of season 1 without mercy.
Season 2 of Ragnarok which I found emotionless. Really the giant dies in a silly fight like this? A creature so dreaded and dead as a garment hanging on a hanger. I expected a cool battle to mark his death, what a disappointment
The characterization of Loki’s ancestral image in Netflix’s Ragnarok was SO FUCKING
3 episodes of the second season of Ragnarok and has already given a beating throughout the first season
netflix can now renew ragnarok for s3, spectacular ending and mega open
I finished the second season of Ragnarok and what a perfect season you saw, it just passed the first which was already so amazing
Ready to fight gods against giants? Ragnarok Season 2 is now available. pic.twitter.com/NVfWfcxZyE
The plot is set in the fictional small town of Edda, amidst Norway’s expansive and captivating countryside, and is a modern coming-of-age drama, set in a high school and interwoven with mythology Nordic.
“It is a great pleasure to participate in the creation of the new Norwegian series for Netflix. We believe the Nordics have their own voice when it comes to storytelling, and we would like to help prove it with this series, written by a Nordic team with writers from Norway, Sweden and Denmark, ”said Adam Price, series creator. .
The cast includes David Stakston, Jonas Strand Gravli, Theresa Frostad Eggesbø, Herman Tømmeraas and Emma Bones.