‘Vikings’ Season 4 Spoilers: Kevin Durand Teases More Chaos?
For everyone who has been a fan of “Vikings,” the Irish Canadian historical drama series by Michael Hirst, the fourth season will bring more exciting adventures and thrills when it returns next year on screen. Inspired by the sagas of Viking Ragnar Lothbrok who was one of the best-known Norse heroes and quite a scourge in England and France. The series marks the rise of Ragnar from a farmer to the one who was responsible for successful raids in England and later went on to become the King of Denmark with the help and support of his family including his two wives, son and brother. Marking its return with the fourth season, fans will see the return of one other important character, who has also made his mark in the series in his own unique way. Read on for more details.
According to International Business Times, everyone’s favorite wanderer and storyteller Harbard will be returning to Kattegat after making his first appearance in the third season. “Strain” star Kevin Durand at the time had described his character as someone who is mystical and he was right by all means. Harbard was described as the character who would have a certain kind of impact on other characters and that his actions would change the course of action for all other characters as well.
Apart from confirming this news at the Comic Con, Durand also mentioned that he has already started to filming some scenes and was on the set last week. He also mentioned that he will be returning on the sets once the event is over.
On being asked what will his character be doing this time around in the new season, Durand bluntly said that the wanderer will be “creating even more chaos for the town people,” a news that will certainly excite the character’s fans.
His last visit resulted in to Siggy’s death. He ended up creating a hostility between the King and the Queen. It remains to be seen what havoc will the character bring upon the town this time around. It was when the series will return with a new season on the History channel in 2016.
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