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04/26/2013  •  Posted By Lindsey  •  0 Comment(s)

History Channel released an extended promo for the season finale of “Vikings“, which will air this sunday.

TV line also has some spoilers/scoop on the season finale:

Can you please get info on Vikings? –Lyn
Oh, I’ve got tons, and it’s all coming your way soon. But until then, I shall taunt you with this context-free quote from series creator Michael Hirst, that despite what happens in Sunday’s finale, “I’m very happy to reassure audiences that Lagertha will continue to be a very, very important and major character in the show, for a very long time.” All together now :-O

Question: Big Vikings fan here. Any news on what is in store for Ragnar and his family in the last episode of Season 1? —Mary
Ausiello: Most simply said, if you ship (Viking humor!) Ragnar and his fiercer half Lagertha hard, Sunday’s season ender will put you to the test. As foreseen by the seer and during Ragnar’s visit to Gotaland, “A new woman comes into Ragnar’s life,” series creator Michael Hirst told Matt Mitovich, “and it is unexpected because so much of the first season has been about this rock-solid relationship between [Ragnar and his wife].” Back home, meanwhile, Lagertha deals with yet another crisis. As for Ragnar’s brother Rollo, if you suspected that Siggy lit a fire under her new honey after the King Horic dis, you’d be right — and in the finale he launches a bold power play.

Don’t forget to tune in, this Sunday at 10/9c on HISTORY!


04/22/2013  •  Posted By Lindsey  •  0 Comment(s)

The high definition screen captures of last night’s “Vikings” episode are added in our gallery. We also added the official production stills of the episode in our gallery.

We can’t believe there is only one more episode left of this season!

Gallery links:
2013: Vikings > Season 1 (2013) > Screen Captures > 01×08 Sacrifice
2013: Vikings > Season 1 (2013) > 01×08 Sacrifice


04/15/2013  •  Posted By Lindsey  •  0 Comment(s)

The high definition screen captures of last night’s “Vikings” episode are added in our gallery.

Gallery links:
2013: Vikings > Season 1 (2013) > Screen Captures > 01×07 A King’s Ransom


04/08/2013  •  Posted By Lindsey  •  0 Comment(s)

The high definition screen captures of last night’s “Vikings” episode are added in our gallery.

Gallery links:
2013: Vikings > Season 1 (2013) > Screen Captures > 01×06 Burial of the Dead


04/06/2013  •  Posted By Lindsey  •  0 Comment(s)

The high quality episode stills of tomorrow’s “Vikings” episode are added in our gallery.

Gallery links:
2013: Vikings > Season 1 (2013) > 01×06 Burial of the Dead


04/05/2013  •  Posted By Lindsey  •  0 Comment(s)

History Channel picked up “Vikings” for a second season.

History Channel announced today that it is picking up another season of Vikings. The first scripted drama for the network, Vikings will return for 10-episode second season next year. Production is set to begin this summer. The show’s first season finale will air on April 28 at 10 PM. The renewal today comes five episodes into what has been a very successful first run for the series. With a lead-in from the Mark Burnett-produced The Bible, Vikings had 6.2 million viewers, 2.5 million Adults 18-49 and 2.7 million Adults 25-54 in its March 3 debut. Topping the broadcast networks at 10 PM among the 18-49 demo in its debut, the show has emerged as the number one new cable series of the year. “Vikings is a win win for us. As our first scripted series, Vikings has paid off in a big way with critical acclaim, strong ratings and a passionate, loyal fan base. It came out of the gate strong and has stayed on top, solidifying History as a major player in the scripted genre, just as we are in reality,” said Dirk Hoogstra, EVP, Development and Programming for History in a statement today. Vikings follows the adventures of Ragnar Lothbrok, an ambitious man looking to discover new worlds to conquer. Vikings is created and written by Michael Hirst. Hirst also serves as Executive Producer along with Morgan O’Sullivan of World 2000, John Weber of Take 5 Productions, Sherry Marsh, Alan Gasmer, James Flynn and Sheila Hockin. Hoogstra and Julian P. Hobbs are the Executives in Charge of Production for History.
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