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When Does The Valhalla Murders Comes Out? Everything Regarding Plot, Cast And Release Date

Series of murders, urban myths, horrendous past coming back to your life, Netflix’s new murder – mystery series “The Valhalla Murders” is all about this. The streaming titan is all geared up for showcasing its first Icelandic series on the digital platform for the global audience to experience the nerve-wracking dark – murder mystery all the way from Northern Europe.

The Valhalla Murders Cast :

Nina Dögg Filipposdóttir (Kata), Björn Thors (Arnor) in the lead cast joined by talented actors like ; BergurEbbi, Aldis Hamilton, SigurdurSkúlason, TinnaHrafnsdóttir, ArndísHrönnEgilsdóttir, Edda Björgvinsdóttir, ValurFreyerEinarsson, Damon Younger.

The Valhalla Murders Release Date :

The show was already telecasted in Iceland on its local network RUV back in December 2019. But now Netflix and RUV are coming together to let the whole glove explore this series as Netflix is going to release the series with its 8 episodes all together on March 13, 2020.

The Valhalla Murders Plot 

A detective Arnar ( played by Björn Thors), had a painful past which made him leave Iceland and move to Oslo(Norway). But the shocking event of series of murders made him moves back to Iceland to find out country’s first-ever serial killer, with a senior cop as an accomplice . Kata (played by Nina Dögg Filippusdóttir) who is a close book, is difficult to work with and prefers no help in her work. But the investigation connects the two. They dig deeper and find some horrendous crimes and murders.

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The Valhalla Murders Creators :

The brain behind this series is PórdurPàlsson, co-written with, Crime Author Örnólfsdóttir (The Flatey Enigma, Trapped 2), Otto Geir Borg (I Remember You) and Mikael Torfason (Made in Iceland)

Other Details

Talking about the series in an interview, the director and co-writer, PórdurPàlsson said that the inspiration for this series cane in his head 4 years ago. It’s inspired by a story that happened in the 1940s of Iceland, wherein a state-run institution was physically abused and beaten. They were around 7 – 15 years in age, in a very remote area of Iceland. The boys received financial aid but it was less as the case was put under a rug.