Vikings Season 7: Vikings is a classic TV show that is created and written by Michael Hirst for the History Channel. The first season debuted March 3, 2013, and since then the show has successfully completed five seasons. The sixth season was released on December 4, 2019. It was announced that season six would consist of 20 episodes, however, only the first part of 10 episodes has been released so far.
So as we are in the middle of the sixth season, the fans are eagerly waiting for the second part to come. The series will end with this season. So how will the series continue with the second part? When will it arrive? Here’s every information that we know so far about it.
Vikings Season 7 – Release Date
Vikings will come to an end after the sixth season. So, unfortunately, there won’t be any seventh season for the fans. The sixth season consists of two parts, out of which the first part has been released. The second part is still in the air as it’s release date has not been revealed yet.
In December 2020, we can expect the second part to premiere. But the fans should be prepared if the release date gets postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
However, there’s still good news for the fans as a spin-off series titled Vikings: Valhalla has been announced. The story will take place a century after the end of the original series. It will be released on Netflix.
Vikings Season 7 – Cast Details
For Vikings season 6 part 2, we can expect the familiar faces to return. The cast members who will be reprising their roles are – Katheryn Winnick as Lagertha, Jordan Patrick Smith as Ubbe, Alexander Ludwig as King Bjorn, Marco Ilsø as Hvitserk, and John Kavanagh as The Sheer.
We can also expect Ben Robson as Kalf, Alex Anderson as Ivar the Boneless, David Lindstrom as Sigurd, and Danila Kozlovsky as Oleg the Prophet.