Topic: Ragnarok

Ragnarok
https://next-episode.net/ragnarok

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Ragnarok unfolds in the small fictional town of Edda in the middle of the vast and enthralling Norwegian countryside and is a modern day coming of age drama rooted in Norse mythology, set in a high school arena.

I'm inclined to think this might be another one I can watch with subtitles. What say you ?

7.6 on IMDb is fairly decent.
 
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9251798/

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its dubbed in English on Netflix right ?

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I'm enjoying this show.

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afrokiwi wrote:

its dubbed in English on Netflix right ?

Yeah, but Netflix also defaults to the original Norwegian audio with English captions. Norwegian captions are also included, along with German, Spanish, and French audio tracks.

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Watched the pilot and so far i like it, only the facial expressions of the main actor are a bit stiff, but besides that not bad.

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Thanks, kurschnextepisode, for that good thread starter. smile I was curious how that show would be rated, will check it out some day!

Also, https://forum.next-episode.net/viewtopic.php?id=9954 smile (Edit: nevermind, scorpius074 took care of it this time. cool)

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Man, by the end of Ep06 (actually sooner), I kept forgetting that I was reading subtitles and not actually hearing English. That's certainly a good sign of a quality story or production. Much like Money Heist - La Casa de Papel in Spanish, I could watch this for several seasons.

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Netflix has announced season 2 is coming

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and what will season 2 be? it seems that the story in that town is completed? nothing more to say? I wonder whether the bird flying at the end signaled a new place and presumably actors?