Vikings is an action-adventure historical drama series from the creator of the Tudors which will return to screens this year. And Vikings season 6 will be back for part 2 soon.
WHEN WILL VIKINGS SEASON 6 BE RELEASED?
Vikings season 6 will consist of 20 episodes that will be split into two parts. The first 10 episodes were released on 5th December 2019, in the UK, while the remaining 10 will debut some time in 2020. The two halves of the previous season were separated by almost exactly one year, so it’s likely there will be a long wait for the sixth season’s epic conclusion.
IS THERE A SEASON 6 TRAILER?
Yes, a full trailer for the two-part premiere was released very recently, showcasing the new characters and their different motives.
IS SEASON 6 THE LAST SEASON OF VIKINGS?
When it was officially announced that there would be the sixth season, it was also confirmed that it would be the last season of Vikings.
However, a spin-off series, Vikings: Valhalla, is now in the works – set 100 years after the original series, it will be available to stream on Netflix, though a release date is yet to be confirmed for the new show.
WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN IN VIKINGS SEASON 6?
As per the events of season five, Bjorn is now King of Kattegat and may very well use his position to exact revenge on his mother, Lagertha, for her lies. Meanwhile, Ivar is traveling the world, looking for his place, only to meet Oleg of Novgorod (a violent Russian prince). With all of these dangerous people having their own agendas, there will certainly be bloodshed.
SEASON 6 CAST: WHO WILL STAR?
Expect to see the return of familiar faces.
- Katheryn Winnick as Lagertha.
- Gustaf Skarsgård as Floki.
- Alexander Ludwig as Bjorn Lothbrok.
- Andrei Claude as Ganbaatar.
- Georgia Hirst as Torvi.
- Alex Høgh Andersen as Ivar.
Jordan Patrick Smith as Abbe, as well as newcomers Kristy Dawn Dinsmore as Amma, Danila Kozlovsky as Oleg of Novgorod and Ferdia Walsh-Peelo as Alfred the Great.