“The Last Kingdom”: Netflix announced season 4 premiere


For those locked up with coronavirus (COVID-19) and worried that they might run out of things to see during quarantine, according to Den from, Netflix has just announced the premiere of Season 4 from The Last Kingdom, Geek. Initially, the BBC series which has now been acquired by Netflix, viewers can eat it as soon as they reach the streaming service in April.

Fans of the historic Viking drama series have been waiting for announcements long after the third season aired in November 2018. In December this year, Netflix confirmed that the series was updated. But since then it’s been a long time for the audience. The wait finally ended when Netflix announced through its official Twitter account that Season 4 will premiere on April 26 on the streaming service.


According to the trailer for the fourth season of The Last Kingdom, it will consist of 10 episodes and follow the plot of The Pagan Lord and The Empty Throne, which are books seven and eight in the Bernard Cornwell series. And with 12 books that have been published in this series and another that will be released in October, there is potential that this could become an old television series for Netflix as long as viewers remain stable.
Den from Deek noted that there would be a significant jump in the fourth season, and this would allow “an old version of Uhred’s children (Alexander Draymon)” because their storyline now joins the usual main characters.

Some new characters have been announced for the new season, including Stephanie Martini in the role of Yadit, the new love conqueror Ethelred (Tobi Rugbo). Jamie Blackley will play Erdulf, Edith’s brother, Etherred’s new right hand and rival Uhred, which should lead to a lot of conflict. Ruby Hartley will play Stora, adult daughter Uhred and Gisela (Perry Baumeister). Matte Haman will also play a new character named Cenric, and Oscar Skagerberg will play Björgülf.

Although there will be a leap in time this season, viewers can also expect a flash for young Uhtred. Finn Elliott will fulfill this role by taking over Tom Taylor.

Fansite also noted that the new season might feel very different from the third season, not only because of the leap in time but also because many old heroes have seen their deaths last season. Most important, it is King Alfred (David Dawson). Even though his son ascends to the throne, his influence on Britain will continue to shape the landscape.
Besides, some new criminals will help mess things up.