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Season 6 (Part 2) episodes (11)

11 King Of Kings
In Iceland, Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) learns the truth about Kjetill and has a difficult decision to make. Meanwhile, back in Norway, the battle against the Rus has had grave consequences. But reinforcements have arrived, and Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig) has an idea that may yet save the day.
12 All Change
The mood has changed when the Rus army returns to Kiev and Oleg (Danila Kozlovsky) isolates Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen). But Dir (Lenn Kudrjawizki) confirms that he's mustering a force to overthrow Oleg and Ivar is part of the plan. Meanwhile, Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) and a group of settlers decide to depart Iceland, in search of the Golden Land.
13 The Signal
It's Election Day in Kattegat and all eyes are on the voting. But strangers arriving at the harbormay force a very unexpected outcome. Meanwhile, Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen) receives the signal from Prince Dir (Lenn Kudrjawizki) that his forces are ready to challenge Oleg (Danila Kozlovsky). But now Ivar and Hvitserk (Marco Ilsø) must find a way to smuggle Igor (Oran Glynn O'Donovan) out of Kiev from under the watchful eyes of Oleg.
14 Lost Souls
Prince Igor (Oran Glynn O'Donovan) receives a hero's welcome in Novgorod but back in Kiev the mood is darker: Prince Oleg will not be giving up the fight. Ubbe's (Jordan Patrick Smith) settlers are overjoyed to find land, but it's not the Golden Land they expected and, with food supplies scarce, conflict looms. Back in Kattegat, Gunnhild (Ragga Ragnars) and Ingrid (Lucy Martin) face an uncertain future
15 All At Sea
Fighting erupts in Greenland and Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith), Torvi (Georgia Hirst) and Othere (Ray Stevenson) barely escape with their a leaking boat with no supplies. As Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen), Hvitserk (Marco Ilsø) and Prince Dir's (Lenn Kudrjawizki) army approach the gates of Kiev, they have no idea what kind of resistance Prince Oleg (Danila Kozlovsky) will mount. But the show-down is more personal than expected. And in Kattegat, Gunnhild (Ragga Ragnars) makes a bold move that leaves the onlookers awe-struck.
16 The Final Straw
Out in the open sea, Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) and the settlers are at the mercy of the elements. Tension mounts between Ubbe and Othere (Ray Stevenson), and when baby Ragnar begins to weaken, it's the final straw for Ubbe. Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen) and Hvitserk (Marco Ilsø) return to Kattegat, but still Ivar struggles to identify his purpose. But a prompt from the Seer brings back memories of Ragnar's words and the truth dawns. Ivar has a plan, he knows what needs to be done, but he'll need to convince Harald (Peter Franzén) and the people of Kattegat.
17 The Raft Of Medusa
When King Alfred of Wessex (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) hears about the arrival of the sons of Ragnar, with an army, he knows he must take drastic action. So as the Viking army makes camp and lies in wait, Alfred and his army abandon the Royal Villa and march to meet them. After weeks at sea, Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) and the settlers are barely alive. But Ubbe spots a smudge on the horizon which might just be their salvation.
18 It's Only Magic
Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) and the settlers find land, but as they continue to explore, they realize they're not alone. In Wessex, King Alfred (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) has mustered a large force to meet the Vikings, but just at the wrong time, old problems re-emerge. At the Viking Camp, Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen) has come-up with a clever strategy to use against the Saxons. Meanwhile, in Kattegat, Erik (Eric Johnson) realizes that Ingrid (Lucy Martin) has been using her powers against him, so he decides on a counter-move.
19 The Lord Giveth...
In the new land, Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) and the settlers engage in careful diplomacy when they find themselves surrounded by the locals, but they discover they are not the only strangers in this land. In Wessex, the Viking battle plan commences when they ambush the Saxon army. Even though there's carnage on the battlefield, Alfred (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) is convinced the Lord is with his army and he refuses to retreat. Meanwhile, in Kattegat, Ingrid (Lucy Martin) consolidates her power.
20 The Last Act
And so, we find ourselves at the end of our epic saga, an adventure which began a long time ago with the first Viking hero to emerge from the mists of myth and legend: Ragnar Lothbrok, a simple Norwegian farmer and a pagan. After Ragnar's death, his famous sons took on his mantle and voyaged far and wide, from the steppes of Russia to the shores of the Mediterranean. And now, in a spectacular and shocking series finale, tragedy strikes, not only in the new land...but also in England.
602 Vikings (Season 6) Part 2 Trailer
Season six returns following the battle between brothers which has left Bjorn as the new leader of Kattegat. But Bjorn struggles to fill his late father's shoes. And Ivar meets his match in Prince Oleg, a ruthless and unpredictable Russian ruler!

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Journey to a thrilling ancient world in this epic series about history's bravest and most brutally fearsome warriors as Ragnar, a would-be Viking chieftain, fulfills his destiny as an explorer and conqueror, alongside his ambitious brother and wife.

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Aaron Woods
May 25, 2018
Really great show, not 100% accurate but still close on a lot of things. Vikings had many laws to go by. Norse law prevented stealing without the ones you stole from knowledge, you had to fight the the people, taking of things without a fight could be punishable by heavy fines or death and looked down on as a person without honor the same in murder cases. In Sweden women were the first in the world to have equal right's with men after killing many Danish Invaders while there men were off fighting Norwegians. Women could divorce there husband's also and fight in battle take part in government affairs. Norway ruled western Scotland tell 1231, Isle of Man's succession to Scotland in 1266, Orkney and Shetland tell the 1500's. The Tynwald, the Manx Parliament in the Isle of Man, second oldest in the world, Norwegian Vikings started it in 979, Iceland in 930 is the oldest so we have the longest running law institute's in the world from them. Western Scotland was settled by Norwegian Vikings and famers, traders and fishermen without fighting. Studying all of the history and archeological evidence of the Isle of Lewis where my mom's people came from, food and trade diversity was greatly increased with the arrival of the Norwegian's. Trade with the Picts with the Norse goes back Roman times possibly before. The Roman's wrote about the Picts having a navy, which was probably a early Norse assistance because the Picts had no ships like that. Charlemagne beheaded 4500 Germanic men in a day in 783AD forced conversion one man in which he killed was a son of a jarl that was to marry a daughter of a Danish jarl and destruction of sacred sites killing all whom were pagan if they did not convert, that greatly angered the Danes and all northmen making them think that christians were the worse people that they had ever heard of. And being remembered ten years after in 793AD then Lindisfarne happened, because of Charlemagne's constant slaughter of pagans and the destruction of there religious sites. The Roman Catholic Church that controlled all of this was the second coming of Rome in christian form. There is bad in any group or scare tactics used. But in the mindset of a man of the old God's, death is not a bad thing but something to look forward to, fates spun by the Norn's. The Normans, Danish vikings desended people contributed more advancement's than Charlemagne ever did his family's time from 800 to 911. The Swedish desended Rus vikings and the Byzantine empire also. Vikings were traders, farmers, settler's, raiders, fishermen, explorers discovering America 500 years before Columbus were you think he learned of that from Norwegian maps. Great artist, craftsmen, metal workers, boat builders, makers and optainers of the best steel not seen in Europe tell centuries later. Japanese steel was not comparable tell the late 1600's. Most Viking or scandanavians were christians by the end of 1100's. Our days of the week are named in honor of Norse gods. Sunday: For Sol, goddess of the sun, Sun's day Monday: for Mani, goddess of the moon, Mani's day Tuesday: For Tyr, god of war, Tyr's day Wednesday: For Odin, the Raven God, sometimes known as Woden, Woden's day Thursday: For Thor, god of strength and storms, Thor's day Friday: For Frigg, goddess of marriage, Frigg's day or Freyja day Saturday: Saturday did not come from the Vikings. It came from the ancient Romans - Saturn's day.
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Eric Hall
December 2, 2018
Interesting and at times draws you in. Couldn't get enough of the first two seasons. However, it just becomes ridiculous at times leaving one with an appropriate 'eye roll'. Seems very one sided (Vikings) in its story with minor moments for everyone else that just leaves a haunting boredom within. Kind of like the Vikings just show up and all the enemies just stop and die in place. Entertaining, yes or more accurately was. Even that initial 'wee' looses its attractiveness. Progressively worse seasons, sadly it has become the Ivar show (Who wasn't a huge part in history FYI) insisting upon itself. Not looking for the end of ends with significant historical value, just a well written and not cheesy series which this seems to just blah me into not watching it anymore.
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June 1, 2021
IT IS AWESOME DURING THE FIRST 5 SEASONS AND THEN IT BEGINS TO GO FROM A⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⬇️👎 TO A 1&HALF⭐ SHOW ‼️ Whenever Ragnar isn't a character anymore & the season that follows his departure it becomes all out of control. Meaning the story goes all different ways. It really takes a dive from the high rise to the kiddie end. You know that area that's 2ft. & It's mainly for the toddlers. Which is where the most pea & poop is 😒 The writers could have done a great deal better with the history of Vikings.
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