Next Episode of The Almighty Johnsons is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The Almighty Johnsons is a South Pacific Pictures comedy-drama series about four brothers, raised in heartland New Zealand, who also happen to be the living incarnations of Norse Gods. They even have their own super-god-powers. Sort of - it's just that their powers aren't actually all that powerful. Well, not yet - but that could all change soon.
Several months have passed. Mike is now living with Axl and Zeb, and has still not dealt with the end of his marriage. Ty and Eva have an interesting and passionate relationship, while Agnetha sends Anders off to Norway to secure a mysterious object. Axl expresses frustration that his brothers appear to have abandoned the quest for Frigg, while Loki continues to manipulate the situation. Agnetha discloses her real identity as their mother to Axl, Mike and Ty. An old acquaintance of Olaf prophesies that Axl must become a man before he can be a god; and then Frigg will come to him.
Axl is taken to school, while Ty is scarred for life.
Ty's downward spiral picks up pace, while it is Gaia who spirals out of control.
You have to love it when a plan comes together.
There are new women in the lives of both Axl and Ty - but are they here to stay?
Lust, vengeance and some really dodgy stuff involving food.
Axl learns that the path to being a benevolent God, one who commands respect, is strewn with idiots and half-wits.
Axl and Michele get sick. Mike punches Anders. Axl and Michele get better. Anders punches Mike.
Sometimes all it takes is a door getting kicked down, and a large man walking in, for many many truths to be revealed.
A rescue mission, a roast chicken, a very small car and, for one particular person, the weirdest day ever.
As Axl deals with duelling prophecies, a cold wind sweeps in from the North, leading to a marriage Anders never saw coming. Meanwhile Olaf makes an intriguing discovery at the bottom of a bottle.
Axl and Gaia's escape from the real world takes a turn for the surreal, while Mike discovers his world is not his alone, and Dawn's world comes to an unexpected end of the line.
On the day of Gaia's actual 21st it sucks to be mortal, and being a God isn't exactly plain-sailing either.
Eve Gordon(Stacey / Fulla)
Dean O'Gorman(Anders / Bragi)
Michelle Langstone(Michelle / Sjofn)
Jared Turner(Ty / Hod)
Ben Barrington(Olaf / Balder)
Alison Bruce(Agnetha / Freyja)
Timothy Balme(Mike / UII)
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