“It Takes a Village” to Bring Such a Show to Life, Vikings Valhalla Cast Shares Exciting BTS Photos From the Set

“It Takes a Village” to Bring Such a Show to Life, Vikings Valhalla Cast Shares Exciting BTS Photos From the Set

Vikings: Valhalla has been making the rounds on our feed lately, and justifiably so. The show, which explores the adventures of Norsemen, is gaining popularity because of its large-scale production, fascinating plot, gore images, wardrobe, and hair. Michael Hirst is the creator of this Netflix Original historical drama. Vikings: Valhalla is a spin-off of the popular Vikings series on the History Channel. Like its predecessor, which ran for six seasons, it is produced by MGM Productions.

Nothing makes fans happier than getting a behind-the-scenes look at their favorite shows. The main leads have succeeded in doing so while keeping their fans happy. We’ve compiled a selection of some of the best BTS footage so you don’t have to look too hard for it.

Pollyanna McIntosh posts a selfie from the set of Vikings: Valhalla

From the set of Vikings: Valhalla, Pollyanna McIntosh, who plays Queen Ælfgifu, uploaded a photo with the crew. And she nods to the old saying “it takes a village,” implying that putting on a large-scale production would be impossible without all the crew members on set.

All the crew members are wearing masks, which is the new normal after the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. We can also see that everyone, even Pollyanna, dressed up in their show costumes in the selfie.

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Cast shared some fun behind-the-scenes photos

Several photos from the set of Vikings: Valhalla have been uploaded by actors Sam Corlett, Frida Gustavsson, and Leo Suter in the last few days. One of them, shared by Leo Suter, also shows the actor in fake blood for an action sequence.

Here is the official trailer for those who have yet to watch this Netflix original:

The show does not end after season one; more episodes are planned. Netflix has ordered 24 episodes divided into three seasons. Watch season 1 of Vikings: Valhalla now.

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