Vikings (2013– )
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Ragnar reveals his plan to raid Paris again, and although the fleet is storm-tossed as it sets out, the challenge lies in Frankia where Rollo awaits. Meanwhile, Ecbert dispatches Aethelwulf and Alfred on a pilgrimage to Rome.


Ken Girotti


Michael Hirst (created by), Michael Hirst




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Travis Fimmel ... Ragnar Lothbrok
Katheryn Winnick ... Lagertha
Clive Standen ... Rollo
Gustaf Skarsgård ... Floki
Alexander Ludwig ... Bjorn Lothbrok
Alyssa Sutherland ... Queen Aslaug
Lothaire Bluteau ... Emperor Charles
John Kavanagh ... The Seer
Peter Franzén ... King Harald Finehair
Jasper Pääkkönen ... Halfdan the Black
Kevin Durand ... Harbard
Linus Roache ... King Ecbert
Amy Bailey ... Queen Kwenthrith
George Blagden ... Athelstan
Dianne Doan ... Yidu


Ragnor announces another raid on Paris at the Thing in Kattegat and although the fleet is battered by a storm after it sets out, the greatest challenge for the Vikings lies ahead in Paris, where Rollo awaits. Ecbert also has a journey in mind as he dispatches Aethelwulf and Alfred on a pilgrimage to Rome. Written by kanegr81316

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24 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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At approx. 24:34, when King Ecbert dispatches Aethelwulf and Alfred on a pilgrimage to Rome, as they leave the gates a modern building can be seen, to the left of Judith's shoulder, complete with a modern style roof, modern style chimneys &, what appears to be, a TV aerial. See more »


Vikings End Credits Theme
Written by Trevor Morris
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The story has dissolved into a morass out of ideas
25 March 2016 | by hrodriguez-mktSee all my reviews

I feel a little disappointed. Since the last 3 chapters, Vikings has become a mere succession of appealing images from visual perspective, but empty of soul and cohesion between the characters and the thread of the story. Vikings empathy stopped simply because writers (or director, i really don't know) stopped wanting to establish a connection with the viewer. They stopped talking with us, they to show themselves. They are only driving the vehicle but forgot that we should eat more than few panoramas to stay with them. I have no hope this will lead us to a place with minimum depth or content that nurture my need of something valuable.

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