Created by Michael Hurst, Vikings debuted on the History Channel way back in 2013. The Historical drama show has been a massive success since its release. Since its release, the show has managed to keep a decent rating followed by an enormous fanbase.
Vikings tell the story of a legendary Norse hero who transports us to his brutal and mysterious land. The show follows his journey from a simple farmer to fearless. Eventually, he becomes the commander of the Viking tribe with a great deal of support from his family.
With an IMDb rating of 8.5/10 and the Tomatometer at 93%, the show has been a smash hit. Unfortunately, the show has come to an end. Season 6 was the FINAL season.
How Many Seasons Of Vikings Are There?
The show has been airing for six consecutive seasons and has now come to an end. Therefore, there will be no seventh season.
Will There Be A Seventh Season?
No! The show will be going off-air after the sixth season, which is divided into two parts. Part 2 will release in December 2020, and that will officially be the end of the Vikings. However, there is a spin-off in the making that will explore the Vikings from a different era and perspective. Titled as Vikings: Valhalla, the spin-off is currently in the scripting phase. It is likely to be released by the end of 2021.
Season 6 Part 2: Release Date
Owing to its unique storyline, the show has been at the top of the rating chart and has gained immense popularity. However, season 6 will be the last in the American drama series. But the sixth season hasn’t finished yet. Show creator Michael Hurst has divided season 6 into two parts. The first part has already finished airing. And the second part of season 6 is likely to premiere in December 2020.
Plot: Season 6 Part 2
Vikings take us to the brutal land of Ragnar Lothbrok, a simple farmer who goes to become a fearless warrior. Eventually, he becomes the leader of the Viking tribe with support from his equally courageous family.
As we mentioned earlier, the sixth season has been divided into two parts. The first part is already out, and now we are waiting for the second part. We have already seen the unrest in Kattegat has forced the power to shift hands multiple times. After Ragnar’s death, the power struggle between his children is increasing by the minute.
There is still much left to be answered in season 6. The second part will clear up all loose ends and provide an answer to the cliffhanger. Script for Valhalla is still in the making. Therefore, it will be entertaining the see where the fate of the characters lies by the season ends.
But the second part will surely give all the characters a satisfactory ending.
Cast: Season 6 Part 2
A majority of the cast will reprise their roles in the second part of Season 6. This is how the cast stands:
- Alexander Ludwig as Bjorn
- Ben Robson as Kalf
- John Kavanagh as The Seer
- Decrease Franzen as Harald
- Marco Also as Hvitserk
- Alex Anderson as Ivar The Boneless
- David Lindstrom as Sigurd
- Jordan Patrick Smith as Ubbe
- Moe Dunford as Aethelwulf
- Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Bishop
- Danila Kozlovsky as Oleg
- Eric Johnson as Erik
- Georgia Hirst as Torvi
- Ragga Ragnars as Gunnhild
- Jasper Pääkkönen as Halfdan
Where Can I Watch Vikings?
All Seasons of Vikings are available to stream on Netflix.