Eurovision Song Contest Ending Explained: How Did This Netflix Film End and Will There Be A Sequel?

Eurovision Song Contest netflix ending explained

Netflix released an interesting movie ‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga’ on the 26th of June 2020. ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ is one of the most hilarious movies released so far by Netflix during the lockdown period. ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ combines comedy with music in a very entertaining way. The movie is combined with a strong characterization and funny music to go along with.

‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga’ Plot Lines

‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of the Fire Saga’ revolves around a music band from Iceland which wants to make its presence felt in the coveted Eurovision Song Contest. Lars and Sigrit are taken for granted and the ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ comes in as a blessing in disguise. Lars and Sigrit witness numerous obstacles through their quest to conquer ‘Eurovision Song Contest’.

‘Eurovision Song Contest’ Ending Explained

<<Spoilers Ahead>>

The Boat Tragedy

‘Eurovision Song Contest’ ended with a very cheerful note and we feel happy for Lars and Sigrit with a sigh of satisfaction and admiration. ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ ends on a conclusive note however, the potential to develop the plot if needed exists. The plot towards the end boils down to the battle for the Eurovision Song Contest between Katiana and the Fire Saga band.

After a disappointing show at the contest which could’ve sealed the ticket to ‘Eurovision Song Contest’, Lars screws up miserably and becomes the laughing stock (yet again). The entire journey of Fire Saga has been on one word: luck. Luck favors Lars yet again but in a weird manner.

In the most weirdest of all disasters encountered, this one changed Lars’ life for good. While the participants of the contest ended up in a boat party to celebrate the event, Lars felt that he did not deserve any celebration after the pathetic performance. While the boat ends up in an explosion killing everyone on board, Lars and Sigrit get the golden ticket to ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ after being the lone surviving participants.

The suspense about who caused the boat explosion remains to be a burning question until it is revealed that Victor was behind the whole masterplot. While Katiana’s participation in ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ could’ve sealed Iceland’s chances of victory, thereby creating history, Victor has other perceptions. He was concerned about Iceland’s capacity to hold an event of such grandeur in the midst of an economic crunch.

Did Lars and Sigrit Win ‘Eurovision Song Contest’?

‘Eurovision Song Contest’ becomes a dream come true in a weird way for Lars and Sigrit. With his father’s consent, Lars ends up in ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ in spite of Victor’s plans to stop him. Sigrit seals the deal for Fire Saga with a touchy performance of her self written song. Though, Sigrit ends up getting disqualified it is a moral teaching defeat for Lars and he is happy about it. Lars marries Sigrit and that’s the happy ending we wished for.

Eurovision Song Contest Trailer

Eurovision Song Contest Part 2: Will There Be A Sequel?

As explained above,’Eurovision Song Contest’  ended on a conclusive note. However, the concept of combining music and comedy has added a fresh new palate of liking for the audience and Netflix might not cease to notice that. With several positive reviews and accolades, ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ has the potential to churn up another comical plot and it is expected that ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ Part 2 will release in May 2021.

Eurovision Song Contest Cast

The lead cast of ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ includes:

  • Will Ferrell as Lars Erickssong
  • Rachel McAdams as Sigrit Ericksdottir.
  • Pierce Brosnan as Erick
  • Dan Stevens as Alexander Lemtov
  • Demi Lovato as Katiana
  • Graham Norton as himself


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