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The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Vikings from 8 votes.
Ragnar and King Horik return to Kattegat; Ragnar places his trust in those who have stood by him.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Vikings from 5143 votes.
Season Finale: With one last chance to take Paris, Ragnar, and his Vikings troops take a daring chance. Ragnar asks Bjorn for a favor that could change the course of Viking history.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Vikings from 5234 votes.
Ragnar's plan comes to fruition; the Viking army lands on the coast of Northumbria.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Vikings from 7028 votes.
A ferocious battle between the Vikings and the French eventually comes down to Ragnar against Rollo. The outcome will seal the fate of the two brothers.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Vikings from 7599 votes.
The Viking army causes panic in the English countryside as King Ecbert and Aethelwulf plan the defense of the realm.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Vikings from 7595 votes.
Ragnar and Ivar plot against the Saxons and reach a new level of understanding.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Vikings from 7674 votes.
The Viking army embarks and Paris goes into lockdown as the army prepares the defense, overseen by Odo. The Vikings are determined to make it through the gates of Paris and will stop at nothing to succeed.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Vikings from 5067 votes.
A new battle for Kattegat is on and only the gods know who will emerge victorious.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Vikings from 2581 votes.
Prince Aethelwulf finds himself subject to the Vikings' battle master plan; Ecbert remains behind with a plan of his own.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Vikings from 7288 votes.
Ragnar's warriors march on to King Ecbert's villa and are met with a surprisingly vicious welcome party.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Vikings from 5048 votes.
King Horik returns to Kattegat with a surprising proposition for Ragnar. Lagertha runs into a less than enthusiastic homecoming from her new husband. Athelstan, struggling with his own inner demons, becomes confidant to King Ecbert.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Vikings from 5094 votes.
Three Viking ships sail upriver towards the very heart of power in eastern England: the Royal Villa of King Aelle. Ragnar Lothbrok has come looking for ransom in exchange for peace. However, King Aelle has a different plan in mind for these northern heathens.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Vikings from 5514 votes.
A meeting between two great men may pave the way for future compromise as Ragnar and Ecbert come face to face. Jarl Borg now rules Kattegat and with an iron fist and Rollo must now become the leader his people need in Ragnar's absence.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Vikings from 5180 votes.
Bjorn's fleet sails onward and launches a surprise attack; back in Kattegat, Lagertha continues in her quest for power.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Vikings from 7312 votes.
The Vikings go all out for a second assault on Paris. Recognizing the desperate state of affairs for his city, Emperor Charles must make a difficult decision. In Wessex, Judith is compelled to make a difficult decision of her own.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Vikings from 5065 votes.
The battle for Kattegat begins and the Great Heathen Army must decide between a final plea for peace or all-out war. Floki faces discord among the settlers.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Vikings from 4031 votes.
Ragnar and Lagertha's fleets depart Kattegat once more for Wessex but this time they bring settlers. King Ecbert hosts the Vikings and proposes a deal. Despite the misgivings of some of the other leaders, Ragnar leads his forces into battle once more, but this time as allies of Wessex.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Vikings from 5189 votes.
Preparations for the Paris raid pick up pace. Porunn and Judith both deliver children, and with new life there is also death. Athelstan tells Ragnar of his re-connection to his Christian faith. Floki interprets a sign from the gods that a sacrifice should be made.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Vikings from 5134 votes.
Ragnar and King Horik clash over how to dispense justice to Jarl Borg. In Wessex, King Aelle arrives and Ecbert has an eye on a new alliance.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Vikings from 5088 votes.
Last updated: mar 04, 2021
I'm so in love with this series! I love viking history and mythology and this show was great in represent all this. I really hope that gets more seasons!
great series, vikings were look at before but never to this depth if you like or are curious for vikings watch it!
I've always thought there was never enough good Viking movies/shows.. talk about a great piece of history. I don't anyone could have explained -how to be Ragnar- Travis just does it and it's brilliant and funny. His expressions alone can entertain me more then anything. Very well put together, acted, scripted, and (though a bit askew) good history in it. Thanks to all for making me appreciate the people who make this show. They have done it. I'm there with them and I love it. I love to spread the Viking world of Ragnar.. and I have. Your welcome.
Started off well and was good for the first 2 season... getting very tedious and stupid by season 3... can't believe I'm still watching it in season 5 cause I'm not even interested in the characters or the 'plot' anymore.
I loved S1 and S2 and then it took a long time to get through season 3 and I knew Ragnar was dead for me... as sad as it sounds I think this would have worked much better as a mini series instead of stretching it out and rehash the same things over and over. Maybe I come back one day for Season 4.... but then again, I rather keep Ragnar from S1 and 2 than having to face mediocrity.
I finally watched the whole series (so far) and this is my comment for all seasons and episodes: who writes these [spoiler]shit [/spoiler]? I liked the history and mythology, until they started twisting it. I like the battles and the music that goes along. No comments there. The actors? Come on. Hand-picked for their muscles and their looks. Barely believable. With some exception I won't bother mentioning. All in all I enjoy watching the show. What I don't enjoy are the endless scenes of supposed poetic beauty, the pretentious anachronisms, the jumps in story-telling, the twisted timeline, the foretold deaths, the prophecies, the inner turmoils, the silly characterization.... It's poor. It has been all along and no-one seems to know how to fix it. The biggest burden of the show must be its success. They did stupid things from day one, but people still accepted and followed the show, and instead of using that chance to get better story-telling, they kept re-iterating their teenager targeting plots, as if they were masterpieces. Nothing was new or original in Season 4. It seems they said all that was to be said, in Seasons 1-3 and then got renewed and went back to the previous seasons trying desperately to dig the stories to bring to life: [spoiler]the same siege, the same brotherly betrayal, Floki's clinging to the past, more betrayals, Harbard, Lagertha's mishaps, child-births and christian woes .. [/spoiler] Nothing original. And they wasted a whole lot of time in utter nonsense, then rushed things in the last episode, then decided to prepare for the next season with what was probably improvisation from Mr.Fimmel [spoiler] as I can imagine anyone writing his speech in paper and getting it approved as a final scene [/spoiler]. All the great scenery and costumes and hairdos and boats... all wasted in the hands of obviously young, overconfident and ignorant writers. If money and ratings is all that counts, then maybe they've succeeded. But if the final product and its filming legacy counts for anything, then they have failed and they did tremendously. When you can write a summary of an episode in 10 words or less, that's a hollow episode, visually appealing maybe, but not at all profound. My guess for next Season? Whichever actor/actress is favorite of the viewers and willing to keep the same salary will miraculously be alive. The rest, will be written off in one sentence or less. There will be cameos for the reunion-junkies. [spoiler]Then they will prepare for the Mediterranean [/spoiler]. At least 2 or 3 episodes will be wasted in Kattergat with silly plots introduced in that same season only to be resolved in the next episode. Some events will be foretold, probably in an intense drug-induced frenzy with ominous music. New characters will appear, become prominent, overshadow everything, then die tragically, or not. One good fight mid-season, one in the finale. And in-between the never-aging Ragnar will fight the same inner daemons, restate his bro-mance with the over-played [spoiler] and long dead [/spoiler] Athelstan and try to be the leader he hasn't been since Season 1. Mixed with some Wessex and Paris stories to keep the filming budget under control, we'll conclude the series with endless scenes of everyone saying goodbyes to everyone mostly through long stares and 'don't you die on me' moments... I'm so disappointed. I hate not being 16 years old, for I cannot enjoy any of that. And I really wanted to.
Cool show but it gets more and more uninteresting since Ragnar died
I only started watching this recently. And now that I've reached the beginning of S5 I have already decided to pull out. I loved the first two season, they were an easy 10 for me. The third was exceptable to watch but the forth killed the show for me. Stupid side-plots that lead nowhere were implemented just to fill the extended season. Characters were killed for no apparent reason and those killings, for the most part, did nothing for the plot - they were just gone. For me, this show lived through and from its characters. And those who are left don't interest me any more. From one episode to the next I was sying to myself "watch another, maybe it's getting better". Not happening. Still, not awful, it just doesn't interest me any longer. I've seen what I needed to see. They promised the show would be better in S5 but I for one am not buying in any longer.
Sing it with me kids!!!...ohhhhhhh...burning....and pillaging...and raping and destroying... oh drink your booze and sharper your sword, let's kill some shit before we get bored ohhhhhh burning....aaaaand pullaging... raping and destroying wooooo
Reel it back in History channel, the current storyline is not enjoyable. You killed off all of the best characters, and replaced them with younger less interesting versions.
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