We’ve written a lot about different TV shows that have no doubt struck the right chords with us and hold a special place in our heart. But to this day none of them have measured up to our focus today, Vikings. In our own opinion Vikings is one of the best TV shows ever produced in this day and age. It literally amplifies every element to heights no one could even dream of and the fact that it was renewed for a sixth season way before the fifth season premiered more than speaks volumes. History (the channel that holds the rights) did well with this one and no doubt have a winning formula that continues to get better with each season and does indeed mature like a fine wine.
The early renewal of the historical drama came with the exciting news that one of the upcoming episodes would be directed by one of the show’s stars Katheryn Winnick, a.k.a. Queen Lagertha, marking her directorial debut. The second half of season five will premiere on November 28, 2018 on History – Digital Spy
Part 2 will feature the war between Ivar (played by Alex Høgh Andersen) and Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick). Breaking down perfectly what we see in the above trailer is the Express.co.uk:
The two-and-a-half minute trailer shows us life in Kattegat under Ivar’s rule. His brutal reign leads to several characters changing allegiances. We see Hvitserk (played by Marco Ilso) turn against his brother Ivar and join forces with Bjorn, who is committed to fighting the new king with Lagertha and Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith). Lagertha, Bjorn, Torvi and Ubbe are also forced to change sides and join an old foe, as the English offer them sanctuary in return for them fighting against their countrymen.
Intense doesn’t even begin to describe what we see above and with only a few days left until it’s officially back, one of the greatest TV shows and by far our current all time fave is upon us. Saying that we can’t wait is putting it very politely. If you are eager to catch-up before season 5 part 2 commences then you are in luck as past seasons of the show are available on Netflix for you to stream. If you do decide to indulge and catch-up then it will be one of the best decisions you have ever made, take our word for it.
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