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Here are every latest updates you need to know about Vikings season 6: release date, cast, plot and more.

Vikings has arrived the midpoint of its sixth season, so what’s coming up for Ivar, Bjorn, and the rest?

Designed by Michael Hirst, the historical play Vikings premiered on History Channel in 2013, and it was truely designed to be a miniseries. Yet it was fastly renewed for a second season, and so spectators continued exploring the lives of Ragnar,Lagertha, Rollo, Floki, and many more cast stars.

Vikings initially pursued legendary Norse figure Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) and his tours alongside his Viking brothers. His real brother, Rollo ( Clive Standen), and his best dude Floki (Gustaf Skarsgard)  from the inception of the Viking age, marked by the Lindisfarne assault as notice in season 1, onward. The series gradually twisted its focus to Ragnar’s sons and their own journeys, notably Ivar (Alex Hogh Andersen) and Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig).

The series is presently in its sixth season, which has previously had big doses of fight and heartbreak, as spectators saw the legendary shield maiden, Lagertha ( Kathryn Winnick) who die by the hand of a daydreaming Hvitserk. Vikings season 6 is now on a burst, so when will the series be back and what can spectators expect from part 2 ?

Sadly, Vikings season 6 part 2 will be the series’ last batch of episodes. Despite there’s no solid reason behind the decision to end the series, it’s very feasible Vikings is closing to an end due to a decrease in watchers chiefly after Ragnar’s pass out. Basically, there’s only much that can be taken from past, and as there aren’t many historical records on most characters, the series had to die at some point before everything twisted into full fiction.

It’s hard to say what episode 11 and club will bring, but what’s for sure is that they will feedback some of the considerable questions Vikings fans have right now: is Bjorn still alive, what would have happened  to Floki, and who will take the dignity of Kattegat.