Have you come down from the last big arc in History Channel’s Vikings yet? If you don’t know what I’m talking about, don’t read on until you’re current with this latest season. Then turn your longboat around and come back to this space because I wouldn’t want to spoil anything for you. For those of
Welcome to the wake of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel). No one truly knows his fate apart from those in England, however the vikings all assume the worst has happened. Ivar (Alex Høgh Anderson) knows because he was the last viking to talk to him, and he was given a game-plan of revenge, but he has only one
This week’s Vikings, titled Two Journeys, is a poignant and bloody episode that brings some old favorites back into the script — and sets off a mortal face-off between a former and reigning queen who both gave the great Ragnar Lothbrok sons. Lothbrok’s first wife and, from what we see, true love of his life Lagertha
SPOILER ALERT! It’s back! Finally, History’s Vikings returns to the smallscreen and we see how things have played out with Ragnar on his little wound-licking sabbatical. This History channel drama has it all, revenge served cold and hot, familial infighting, open sea calamities and warfare, with a healthy dose of unexpected deaths with a semi-historical backdrop
SPOILER ALERT: This article contains general information and speculation about Season 4 of Vikings This week we sail back to History Channel’s Vikings season 4 with several intriguing story lines revolving around the women in the show. Princess Aslaug’s (Alyssa Sutherland) antipathy towards Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) knowns no bounds, as the bloom is off their relationship rose.