Viking premieres on History and Prime Video, and for fans, the release of Season Six Part B was melancholy. The show has a massive following, given one of the central protagonists, Ragnar Lothbrok (played by Travis Fimmel), died in season four. Fans are eager to find out if the Vikings will be in season 7.
After he went into a pit of poisonous snakes in season four, the protagonist of the show got killed. Fans said that they are in no shock to learn that after Ragnar died, the series was nearing its end.
Vikings Season 7: Is It Coming Back?
Back in 2013, Vikings, the long-running historical drama series first arrived on stages and has developed a loyal fanbase over the period. 89 series in total have appeared. But unfortunately, back in January 2019, there was an announcement that season six will be the series’ final season.
Keeping this in mind, season six was the final season and hence there would be no new season. The trailer for season six’s final part says “the saga comes to an end” and in the final 10 episodes, all was finally tied up.
But as a spin-off sequel series called Vikings: Valhalla is in the development for Netflix, fans should not be disappointed. More than 100 years after the end of the Vikings, the plot is in England begins to take a stand against the invaders from Scandinavia.
Creator Michael Hirst made statements after the renewal of season six. He said, “I always knew how Vikings would end and, after 89 episodes. I truly believe the saga of Ragnar Lothbrok and his sons has been told. We are leaving our beloved fans with the proper and definitive ending they so deserve.”
Statements By Stars:
“Although it is bittersweet, there are still 20 episodes left. Also, the most ambitious and intensely emotional episodes have still not come.”
Kierankitz said: “I’ll put money on it ending with the Battle of Hastings being won by Rollo’s (Clive Standen) son, given how they compress the timeline.”
Finniruse said: “The show has been great since Ragnar died! Not quite as good, but Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen) has exactly the same charisma that kept me enthralled in the earlier seasons.
“And I see a lot of hate for Floki’s (Gustaf Skarsgård) story. I don’t get that either. It’s fascinating.
“Maybe it’s because I studied Icelandic Literature for a module at uni, but man I love where it’s going, so much so I hope the spin-off series is specifically about Iceland.”