Created and written by Michael Hirst for the History channel, Vikings is a historical drama filmed in Ireland. The first season premiered on 3rd March, 2013 in Canada and became famous ever since. The 20-episode sixth season premiered on 4th December 2019, Part A of which comprising of 10 episodes last aired in February, 2020.
Inspired by the sagas Viking Ragnar Lothbrok, the series follows the life of one of the best-known legendary Norse heroes and notorious as the scourge of England and France. The show portrays Ragnar as a farmer who rises to fame by successful raids into England, and eventually becomes a Scandinavian King with the support of his family and fellow warriors. The later seasons follows the fortunes of his sons and their adventures in England, Scandinavia and Mediterranean.
Although the fans expected the release date of Part B to be announced in October 2020, the coronavirus pandemic might have taken a toll on its production.
The Release Date of Vikings Season 6
During the virtual 2020 Comic-Con, a teaser dropped showing Bjorn Ironside (played by Alexander Ludwig) was still alive and the return of some fan-favourite characters. If he will be able to defeat Ivar (played by Alex Hogh Anderson) in the final batch of episodes of the sixth season is the question of every fan.
Fans have been waiting since February for the next season but there are mixed reports regarding the release date.
According to Torvi actress Georgia Hirst, although filming has been wrapped a long time ago, the final episodes may not be out until 2021.
However, according to the message shared on social media by Amma actress Kristy Dawn Dinsmore, Vikings Season 6 Part B will be out in December, 2020. This has left the fans wondering when the release date will be.
The Cast of Vikings Season 6
While the cast of the previous seasons is most likely to rebound for the second part of the sixth season, recent teasers also revealed Bjorn Ironside (played by Alexander Ludwig) to be alive after suffering the blow during the Rus battle. Fans also learned the return of King Alfred (played by Ferdia Walsh Peelo) and they cannot wait to see the Saxons go head to head with the Danes in the epic final battle.