Season six of Vikings is well underway to its final series, airing on the History Channel and Amazon Prime in the UK. Even though Vikings is coming to a close, creator Michael Hirst is busy working on Vikings: Valhalla series, which is on Netflix. Express.co.uk has assembled all you need to learn more about the new set of Vikings.
When will Vikings season 6 be released?
Vikings season five premiered on November 29, 2017, in the UK and was available to watch in the United Kingdom on Amazon for Prime readers the following day.
Season five was broadcast in two parts with the 10 installments airing from November 29, 2017, before a midseason break.
The series wrapped up on January 30, 2019, and returned for the second half of year five on November 28, 2018.
There Was a gap between the second and first half of Vikings season, so part two of their sixth run is likely to be hitting screens in autumn 2019.
The History Channel dropped a trailer, and the launch date would premiere on December 4.
Amazon Prime will be broadcasting it the next day on December 5.
Is there a trailer for Vikings season 6?
Yes, a full trailer has dropped by which Ivar teams up with all the Rus Vikings.
The Opening minutes of the season six premiere was published by History with fans getting a sneak peek of the new episode, revealing Ivar the Boneless on the Silk Road.
But a historian has spoken out and said there was no such thing as the Silk Road.
Formerly, a brief Vikings season six-pack promo lately dropped following the season five finale, which hinted at new settings in the past run.
The series will observe the activity heading out to Russia over Europe with Ivar after fleeing from Kattegat, creating his mark.
Additionally, the crew and cast have been sharing photographs from the program’s settings.
One of The photos posted, actress Katheryn Winnick has filmed an episode to the series and was seen taking on responsibilities.
There has also been speculation which King Harald (Peter Franzen) may be killed off as fans look to History to find out how the real-life figure died.
What will happen in the Vikings season?
Vikings Creator and executive producer Michael Hirst stated of this new season: “The Vikings are going ever as raiders and traders.”
He Continued to Nerdist: “I am writing season six today, and they are at the Silk Road. They are trading with the Russians, visiting China, they’re all around the Mediterranean. And it is really what happened.”
Hirst Previously stated amid the recommission: “It has been my pleasure and my privilege to work with HISTORY and our partner MGM over five seasons and 69 episodes of Vikings.
“Now, we are ready to begin production of a 20 episode six, which will provide a massive and unexpected revelation to our viewers.”
His words indicate that season six could bring.
Hirst told Express.co.uk about the plot of Vikings season 6: “We go on the Silk Road. Each Viking warship had an Odin banner, and they have just every found a little bit of fabric and a bit of one of those banner ads, but it was lace.
“We know the Vikings Were on the Silk Road. We don’t know if they have to China, but we understand they were trading since they were dealers as well as fighters.”
Viewers will also understand the Rus Vikings turning up and the new character Oleg of Novgorod.
There were theories which Bjorn will drop as King Harald rises in the last series.
One celebrity has also hinted that Ragnar Lothbrok could be returning for the last outing despite being killed off in the fourth year.
Fans have been speculating about the end of this show and the way Ragnar Lothbrok’s sons will never be more powerful than him.
Some fans want to understand whether Ivar was the son of Ragnar in real-life as they seek to learn more about the background behind the series.
There have been questions about the brutal torture method known as the Blood Eagle and whether the Vikings employed this, and if indeed it will feature in the series.
The new series is foreshadowing the ending for those characters with teasers hinting at Valhalla.