The 6th and final season of the historical drama television series Vikings was based on history in Canada on December 4, 2019. The story follows the adventures of legendary Viking chief Ragnar Lothrobak and his crew and subsequent sons. Season 1 begins with the beginning of the Viking Age, published by Lindisfarne in 793 CE.
Season 6 consists of 20 episodes, divided into 2 parts with 10 episodes each. 2D will premiere in 2020. Season 6 mainly focuses on King Björn’s reign over Kattejat, the Ubbe campaign in Iceland and Ivar’s exploits in Ras.
Vikings Season 6 Part 2 Hit Screen –
There is speculation that Part 2 will be released by the end of 2020. But so far there has been no official confirmation of the release date. Viewers have to be patient until further updates. Even season 5 was split into 2 parts and both parts were released in a span of one year. Hopefully this time the difference will be less.
Vikings season 6 all who watch –
- Catherine Winick as Latarth
- Alexander Ludwig as King Björn Ironside
- Alex Horg Anderson as Ivor the Boneless
- Marco Ilso as Hvitserk
- Jordan Patrick Smith as Uba
- Danila Kozlowski as Oleg of Novgorod
- John Kavanagh as the seer
- Peter Fransen as King Harold Fairhair
- Eric Johnson Eric the Red
- Georgia Hirst as Torvy
- Ragniur Ragnarsdotri as Rani Gunhild
- Ray Stevenson as a mysterious wanderer
Vikings Season 6 Part 2 Storyline –
Nothing can be guessed as to what the opening of Episode 11 will be. But one thing is sure that it will answer all the questions that are in the mind of the audience. Björn is still alive, who will take the throne of Kategate and what will become of Floki. Audiences will have to wait till its release.
Vikings Background –
It is a historical drama television series. Mitchell Hairst produced and wrote the series for the History Channel. Shooting in Ireland. It was released in Canada in March 2013. The story is inspired by the realms of Viking Ragnar Lothrob. One of the best known Norse heroes.