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Air Date: March 3rd, 2013

Network: History Channel

Series Summary
The adventures of Ragnar Lothbrok as he rises to become King of the Viking tribes.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Historical drama, Adventure


Next Episode - Season 5, Ep. 5 : Dec 20, 2017

Ivar meets his match in Bishop Heahmund; Floki returns to Kattegat; Bjorn receives a lavish welcome in North Africa.

  • Season 5 - Episode 10 : Moments of Vision Jan 24, 2018

    A sense of doom looms over Kattegat as bloodshed ensues; the defeated army flees in the face of the victors, and a legendary warrior makes his way home.

  • Season 5 - Episode 9 : A Simple Story Jan 17, 2018

    The army leaders consider their options in the aftermath of the battle; in Floki's camp, all hopes of binding the community together are dashed as tragedy unfolds.

  • Season 5 - Episode 8 : The Joke Jan 10, 2018

    The battle for Kattegat begins; as the two armies line up to fight, the Great Heathen Army must decide between a final plea for peace or all-out war; Floki faces discord among the settlers.

  • Season 5 - Episode 7 : Full Moon Jan 3, 2018

    Bjorn returns to Kattegat to learn that an attack will take place during the next full moon; Ivar must decide if he can place his trust in a former enemy on the battlefield.

  • Season 5 - Episode 6 Dec 27, 2017

    Lagertha is betrayed, and Bjorn must find a way to support the distraught queen; Floki and his settlers arrive in a new land, but it is far from what they expected.

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  • This is a show that knows exactly what viewers expect of it, and over the course of its three seasons, the saga of reticent raider Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) has shown increasing assuredness and has unpretentiously and reliably supplied exciting and bloody adventures. Show More

  • The best of what Vikings has to offer, besides artfully, horrifically staged sequences of warfare, is fierce Lagertha. Show More

  • Here is a series for an American audience that grants us the intelligence to be able to read subtitles, which are deployed to help convey the tart flavor of the various tongues spoken in the show. Combine this with the show’s frequently lovely visuals, and Vikings remains the kind of burly soap opera that appeals to an ever-wider audience. Show More

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