Ragnar may be drinking ale from curved horns in the halls of Valhalla, but Vikings star Travis Fimmel has plenty more work ahead. The former king will star, write and produce in a new History anthology series exploring the anti-heroes of history, beginning with Wyatt Earp.
History’s Vikings is no stranger to shakeups of the status quo, dispatching main characters and jumping through time as befits a historical saga. Still, last night’s “All His Angels” wrought one of, if not the most shocking death of the series, even as stars and producers explain they’d originally sought to depict it in Season 1.
Considering Game of Thrones began its 2016 run with one of the series’ biggest reveals to date, and closed out the final 10-episode season with a hearty tease for summer 2017, is it any wonder the series continues to dominate the year’s most pirated TV? See what else made the list, including your next HBO obsession, and surprising entry from the comic world.
History’s Vikings has grown popular enough to air the length of two full seasons for most dramas each year, and late November will see the decade-spanning warrior drama returning to Season 4. History has officially set a Season 4 return date on a new night and time of the week, along with a fresh synopsis.
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We saw a first look ahead of Comic-Con 2016, but winds of change really are blowing into History’s Vikings for the second half of Season 4. Ragnar Lothbrok is back to lead his grown-up sons into war, and everything seems to be changing in the full trailer for Vikings' fall return.
History’s Vikings are never at a loss for time jumps, and the second half of Season 4 will prove the most far-flung yet with an elder Ragnar returning to guide his now grown-up sons. As is that hectic production schedule, new footage has already arrived ahead of the full Comic-Con 2016 panel next week.
Considering History opted to expand Vikings Season 4 to an impressive 20 episodes, it’s no surprise the historical drama will raid for a fifth season. This time around, Ragnar Lothbrok will have company, as Jonathan Rhys Myers joins the cast as well.
The world of movie-TV reboots accommodates a great many approaches these days, not the least curious of which will see Liam Neeson’s Taken character Bryan Mills returned to his formative years, yet still in the modern day. We now know which actor will develop his particular set of skills as well, setting Vikings star Clive Standen as our new Taken man.
February will see History’s Vikings going bigger than ever with an extended Season 4, and the latest looks well showcase why. Full photos from the first four episodes have arrived, along with an action-packed new trailer, but what else is there to tease but “Bjorn vs. the Bear”?