The History Channel has released another Vikings trailer, this time Ragnar focused. Our Kattegat king (Travis Fimmel) narrates an ominous minute, that seems to prophesize more than the usual doom and gloom.
The History Channel’s Vikings will soon be here! The exploits of King Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), his people, and his many, many enemies return for a bloody 4th season on February 18th on The History Channel.
Check out the press release and the Vikings Official SDCC trailer below.
I miss Vikings. I do. I can’t help it. I’m just so glad that The History Channel still emails me fun web exclusives once a week, so that I still get a taste of my favorite Northmen. The 1st video gives us the “10 Signs You’re Viking,” the 2nd reveals how the cast feels they relate to their characters, the 3rd shows the cast’s favorite scenes from season 3, and the 4th video highlights the strong women of Vikings.
Vikings Season 3 Episode 6: “Born Again”
Directed by Helen Shaver
Written and created by Michael Hirst
Starring Travis Fimmel, Clive Standen, Katheryn Winnick, George Blagden, Alexander Ludwig, and Gustaf Skarsgard. The History Channel
Air Date: Thursday, March 26th, 2015, 10:00pm
Spoilers, spoilers, spoilers, spoilers, spoilers!
Last week on Vikings 3.5 “The Usurper,” the warriors returned to Kattegat after a “successful” battle for Mercia. The discovery of Siggy’s death was too much for Rollo (Clive Standen), who was eaten with regret and grief. He’s back to self-destruction. Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) confronts Kalf (Ben Robson), with no results. Even Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) doesn’t help her. Aethelwulf (Moe Dunford) destroys the viking village in Wessex, slaughtering even the children. And King Ecbert (Linus Roache) was the puppetmaster the entire time. Ragnar… he told you he was corrupt. You should have listened.
The History Channel released another Vikings video exclusive, “The Harsh Realities of Battle,” which focuses on the scenes from Episode 3.3 “Warrior’s Fate,” involving Porunn (Gaia Weiss) and Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig), and poor Torstein (Jefferson Hall). There’s also interviews with the cast.