‘Vikings’ Season 4 Gets A Premiere Date With The Addition Of Four More Episodes
We suggest you to sharp your swords from now because you need to break your weapons when “Vikings” season 4 returns to the small screen in the new year. Created by Michael Hirst, the Irish-Canadian historical drama television series is set to have its premiere in History channel on Feb. 18. It’s always better to put a red mark on calendar otherwise you may easily miss the sudden raiding of Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick), Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) and Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig) on your television screens as we still have around 60 days left for the premiere. Consider reading to get a scoop of it.
History has ordered for four more episodes of “Vikings” season 4. Hence, the show will run for 20 episodes providing the viewers four extra hours to be amused with the warriors. A new episode will be aired every Thursday for continuously 10 weeks with the remaining episodes to telecast later in the entire year, Deadline reported. In other words, it can be said that the upcoming season will be broken into two segments. Airing will be commenced for the first part on Feb. 18, while the remaining 10 episodes will air after returning from the hiatus.
According to International Business Times, the first image from “Vikings” season 4 is being shared by History Channel, which was reportedly inspired by the painting of the Last Supper. If you minute fix your gaze on the picture, you will find Ragner portraying the role of Jesus Christ. On the other hand, the picture also emphasizes Christ’s friends and family members including his enemies who are portrayed sitting beside him at a dinner table.
“This is also the first time viewers get to see Ivar the Boneless as a child. (Ragnar left the deformed child to die in Season 3 before Aslaug [Alyssa Sutherland] saved him.),” the website published.
Photo Source: Vikings – History Channel