'Vikings' Season 6 Release Date And More Revealed In Final Trailer


The “Vikings” Season 6 release date has finally been revealed. The final trailer of the TV series was released online, which not only teased the plot of the TV series, but also revealed the premiere date. The final trailer of the TV series was released on Twitter recently. The video came with an announcement that the premiere episode, which will be in December, will be a two hours long special. The video promised a fitting end to the saga of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) and his sons, with massive battles and action sequences. Series creator Michael Hirst said in a statement that he always knew how the show will end, and with Season 6 he believes that they are giving the fans a “proper and definitive ending they so deserve,” TV Line reported. The ending of the show is a “bittersweet” experience, the producer admitted, and he promised that some of the “most ambitious and intensely emotional episodes” will be featured on the show. The plot of “Vikings” Season 6 will be focused on revenge. After facing defeat, the former king Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen) will seek refuge and help in Rus, where Prince Oleg (Danila Kozlovsky) will offer him to join an invasion force to take over all of Scandinavia. Prince Oleg is just as “maniacal” as Ivar, according to TV Guide. Oleg has built a massive fleet of ships and is ready to launch his attack. Some of the biggest action sequences on the show this time around will be of the beach invasion, and the major characters on the show will be involved in this fight, including Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick).

“Vikings” Season 6 release date is on Dec. 4 at 9 p.m. EST. There will be a total of 20 episode on the show. 10 episodes will start airing by the end of the year, and the remaining episodes will air in the later part of 2020.

Watch the trailer of the comming season

Follow the story of Vikings on other websites:

Facebook logo Instagram logo Youtube logo History channel logo IMDB logo Wikipedia logo