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Vikings is Canadian Drama TV series. Created by Michael Hirst. Produced by World 2000 Entertainment. Stars: Gustaf Skarsgård, Katheryn Winnick, Alexander Ludwig. It debuted on Mar 03, 2013, on History. The series has 8.6 * rating by IMDb. Won the Canadian Screen Award, DGC Craft Award, DGC Team Award, Artisan, IFTA Award. Vikings is set in Ireland.


How Many Seasons Of Vikings Is There: 6 (69 episodes)

Season 6


Season 5

Season premieres on November 29, 2017

Returns: November 28, 2018

Finale: January 30, 2019

History, 20 episodes

Season 4

Season premieres on February 18, 2016

Returns: November 30, 2016

Finale: February 1, 2017

History, 20 episodes

Season 3

2015, History, 10 episodes

Season 2

2014, History, 10 episodes

Season 1

2013, History, 9 episodes

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Vikings TV Show Schedule

Vikings is on History (Canada) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S5E20 (Ragnarok) - Air Date: Jan 30, 2019 (5 months ago)

News & Interviews

'Vikings' Season 6: Ragnar's Return Is Speculated After Image Posted To Instagram Shows The Actor In Ireland - according to Inquisitr

Season 4 of History Channel’s Vikings was a devastating one for fans of the show’s lead, Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel). He was captured by King Aelle (Ivan Kaye) and met his fate at the bottom of a snake pit. While this seems like a fairly concrete way in which the character died, a new image on Instagram suggests that Ragnar might make a return in Season 6 of Vikings.

Vikings season 6 spoilers: Will there be a major time jump in series 6? - per Express

The image was shared on Reddit by one user, who said: “For those of you who don't know the actor who plays Ubbe, those wrinkles you see around his eyes in this pic are NOT his. You can go to Jordan's IG acct to see that for yourselves.”

The Yin and Yang of Hall of Famer Randy Moss - by Vikingsterritory

We all remember the glorious Monday Night Packers game in Lambeau where Moss torched them Green and Gold for 190 yards and two touchdowns (and a third called back) and signaled a change in the power balance in the NFC North. But then we also recall his infamous fake mooning of the Packer fans from the back of endzone in the same stadium (about which I agree with Randy, they had it coming). It got more attention than the first Packer game.

5 things to check out at the new Vikings Museum - by Kare11

The museum features tons of memorabilia, pieces of past stadiums, full shrines to historic team figures and more. Many of the pieces have never been seen before, some coming straight from players' personal collections, others scouted down by Vikings staffers on eBay and Craigslist.


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