The other day saw one of our first looks at History's 'Vikings' season 2, teasing the coming chaos with a surprising clash of Lorde's "Glory and Gore," but the real clash has yet to begin. The first official photos of the the season have arrived, putting Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) and his brother Rollo (Clive Standen) at odds across an epic battlefield?
From its very theme song we've known History's 'Vikings' to have surprisingly good taste in music, but pairing Lorde's "Glory and Gore" with a fire in Ragnar's eyes? That needs to be seen and heard for yourself. Get your first look at 'Vikings' season 2 with the brand-new trailer teaser right here!
We may have to wait until 2014 for the second season of History’s ‘Vikings,’ but fans at Comic-Con 2013 got an early treat with a full panel of the breakout series stars, and a sneak peek at season 2! We were on hand at the panel to hear what the stars of the series and showrunner Michael Hirst had to say of the challenges involved with bringing ‘Vikings’ to life, as well as a few hints of the second season, so what can fans look forward to?
A few weeks ago, we learned the surprising (yet consistent) news that 'Vikings' season 2 would undergo an impressive time jump, aging the young Bjorn (Nathan O’Toole) into an older warrior portrayed by 'The Hunger Games' star Alexander Ludwig. More than a simple age-up however, what other major character dynamics will have shifted when 'Vikings' premieres its second season in 2014?
Comic-Con 2013 is nearly upon us, as July 17-21 will once again see legions of pop culture fanatics descend on San Diego to celebrate their favorite properties and we’ll be on hand once again to bring you all of the TV and Movie coverage straight from San Diego! From 'The Walking Dead' season 4 to 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' and 'Game of Thrones,' we've got your complete Comic-Con TV panel schedule to check out from this year's event.
Before History's 'Vikings' aired its first episode, let alone season, series star Clive Standen told us the acclaimed historical drama would cover a large timeline across the series, as we've already seen over the course of its first season. Now season 2 of 'Vikings' prepares to enter production, but do the castings of Linus Roache ('Law & Order') and Alexander Ludwig ('The Hunger Games') signal the largest time jump yet?
Though the discussion may have been swallowed up by last night's buzz-worthy 'Game of Thrones' and 'Mad Men' episodes, this past Sunday saw 'Vikings' airing its first season finale "All Change," setting up a turbulent season 2 that will see Viking chieftan Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) traveling to dangerous new territory, figuratively and literally. Series helmer Michael Hirst made the rounds today to discuss the tense finale and preview the eventual season 2, so find out about the future of 'Vikings' inside!
Well, we could have seen that coming. After airing five episodes of its nine-episode order, 'Vikings' has officially raided a second season pickup from the History channel. Having earned favorable reviews from critics and ratings strongly aided by History's 'The Bible' miniseries, it looks like Ragnar Lothbrok and his brood will return to raid another day. Get the latest details on 'Vikings' season 2 inside!
In case you missed the epic premiere this past Sunday, History's first scripted series 'Vikings' attained some sizable ratings for itself in beginning the tale of Norse hero Ragnar Lothbrok. The largely introductory pilot mostly served to establish the world, while this Sunday's "Wrath of the Northmen" will really pillage viewers' attention as the complex, interwoven tale heads overseas for some true 'Vikings' action. We had a chance to speak to series star Clive Standen (Rollo) on the morally grey (more often red) series, covering both its roots in history and future on History, so get the inside scoop on 'Vikings' inside!
This coming Sunday, March 3 will mark an important date for History, as their first original scripted series 'Vikings' breaks waves across the TV landscape. We've seen the first few episodes, and spoken with some of the cast, but should you tune in to see Ragnar Lothbrok and the all-new historical tale of 'Vikings!' Check out a sneak peek of Sunday's series premiere inside!