History network is ready to deliver the sixth season of Vikings now. It will air on the History Channel in the US and Amazon Prime in the UK. History confirmed the season to be last in the series in 2019. The episodes for the series were shot in County Wicklow, Ireland. The series will have a total of 20 episodes, which will be split into two parts.
The cast for Vikings season 6
The main cast of the series includes Katheryn Winnick, Gustaf Skarsgård, Alexander Ludwig and Georgia Hirst. Other cast members are Alex Høgh Andersen, Jennie Jacques, Jordan Patrick Smith and Moe Dunford. The series will also star Peter Franzén, Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Lucy Martin and Adam Copeland.
Is the trailer out for Vikings season 6?
History delivered a full trailer where Ivar teams up with the Rus Vikings. It also premiered the opening minutes of season six, showing Ivar the Boneless on the Silk Road. We will see the action heading towards Russia from Europe with Ivar making his mark after fleeing from Kattegat.
Also, the cast and crew shared photos from the set. In one of the photos, actress Katheryn Winnick was seen doing directorial duties. She filmed an episode for the forthcoming season. There are also rumours about killing King Harald.
What will be the plot for Vikings season 6?
Vikings creator and executive producer Michael Hirst revealed some points about the upcoming season. He told Vikings are on the Silk Road in season six. They will do trade with the Russians. Then they will go towards China.
This 20-episode season will make an unexpected huge revelation. We will see Rus Vikings turning up and a new character Oleg of Novgorod. There are rumours about the return of Ragnar Lothbrok although he died in the fourth season. It was hinted by a star in the series.