Ragnarok 3, the explanation of the ending of the tv series

Netflix has released the third and final season of Ragnarokthe TV series based on Norse mythology with David Stakston in the role of the protagonist magnet Seierreincarnation of ThorAnd Jonas Strand Gravli in that of the brother Lauritsreincarnation of Loki.

ragnarokthe explanation of the series finale

The fantasy genre drama has come to a close by bringing the curtain down on its characters.

Edda, a fictitious Norwegian citizen, hosted the events narrated by the TV series created by Adam Price. THE eighteen episodes, six for each season, told the life of Magne and the clash between gods and giants. Spoiler alert.

The last episode of the Netflix series (also visible on Sky Q and via the app on the Now Smart Stick) saw the protagonists at the center with the end-of-year exams and the dramatic images of the fight between gods and giants that preceded the decision to Magne to throw away his comic books of Thor as if to indicate the end of a chapter and the beginning of another, or the entry into adulthood.

The life of the protagonists has therefore become a symbol of the events that according to Norse mythology would have led to the creation of a new world. The epic confrontation took place only in the mind of Magne.

These titles and synopses of the six episodes of the third season:

  • Episode 1 – “The war is over”: Without his hammer, Magne continues to attack the giants following the rules of the modern world. But when he breaks the deal, the truce is broken
  • Episode 2 – “Till Death Do Us Part”: The Jutul decide to go along with Magne to convince him to accept Saxa’s plan. Feeling rejected by everyone, Laurits finds support in Jens.
  • Episode 3 – “Change of course”: Ensnared by Saxa, Magne keeps losing sight of reality and thus allows Fjor to carry out his evil plan and set a dangerous trap for him.
  • Episode 4 – “My Treasure”: Increasingly vulnerable, Magne needs help to face his implacable enemies. An impossible ultimatum puts Laurits’ loved ones in danger.
  • Episode 5 – “A Farewell to Arms”: Magne’s arrogance sows discord among allies, while the gods are torn between whether to commit to lasting peace or fight in the coming battle.
  • Episode 6 – “Ragnarok”: Although Edda has opened the doors to a new era, the young thunder god will not be able to escape his destiny.