The Scandinavian-Germanic mythology-based “Ragnaroth” entertainment series is about the giants and the “gods” living among humanity today disguised as humans. The characters and storyline are provoking, the actors are a window into the Scandinavian race as I imagined it. The scenes in the Norwegian town, Odda, and the mountains are moody and beautiful. Of interest, the main character is a plain, shy, teaseable teen who is more than he appears, as is so often the case in real life.
The Ragnarök, (Old Norse: “Doom or Fate of the Gods”) in Scandinavian mythology is the cataclysmic end of the world of gods and men. More info: https://norse-mythology.org/tales/ragnarok/. This series one of many modern programs trumpeting the presence of super beings on the earth, either as the result of the Ancients returning to the present time or paranormal beings created through advanced technology. Giants and paranormal beings are mentioned in the lore of multiple countries to include the Greek and Roman gods, Norse gods, the Omni, Patagonia giants, Titans, etc.
The Bible records instances of unusual creatures such as giants, the behemoths in the sea, satyrs. The giants were the children of human women and the Fallen Angels and first mentioned in the preflood times, Genesis 6, (Hebrew: Nephilim). Then giants appeared after the flood in the land of Canaan ( modern Israel) in Numbers 13:27-33 ; Deut chptrs 2-3, and throughout the Book of Joshua.
To consider: Could there be super beings among us today? Would they be evil? “Ragnarok” can be watched for free on IMbd and is also available on Netflix. Other entertainment series touching on super humans / super technology in today’s world are Biohackers, Stranger Things, The Flash, Bourne Legacy...