Vikings Season 7 Release Date: Michael Hirst produced and wrote the History Channel’s Vikings. It premiered in Canada on March 3, 2013 and was shot in Ireland.
The sixth season’s second half premiered on Amazon Prime Video in Ireland on December 30, 2020, before airing on History in Canada from January 1 to March 3, 2021. On February 25, 2022, Netflix released Vikings: Valhalla.
About The Vikings
Vikings series is based on the sagas of Ragnar Lodbrok, a legendary Norse hero renowned as the scourge of Anglo-Saxon England and West Francia.
Ragnar is shown as a farmer who rises to prominence by conquering England and, with the help of his family and fellow soldiers, eventually becomes a Scandinavian king.
The series chronicles the exploits of his sons in England, Scandinavia, Kievan Rus’, the Mediterranean, and North America in later seasons.
Here is everything you want to know about Vikings season 7.
Vikings Season 7: Cast
The major cast from the previous seasons will return if Vikings Season 7 happens at all. No new cast members are expected; however, the showrunners may surprise us.
Lagertha is played by Katheryn Winnick, King Bjorn is played by Alexander Ludwig from Bad Boys 4, Jordan Ubbe is played by Patrick Smith, and The Sheer is performed by John Kavanagh. Marco Also portrays Hvitserk.
Ivar the Boneless will be played by Alex Anderson, Sigurd will be played by David Lindstrom, Kalf will be played by Ben Robson (Animal Kingdom), and Oleg the Prophet will be played by Danila Kozlovsky.
Vikings Season 7: Plot
The first half of Season 6 of Vikings was just published, and the second part is still to come. As a result, predicting what season 7 will be about without knowing what happened in season 6 is difficult.
Season 6 is rumored to be the final season; however, we could be surprised if season 7 gets renewed. So, until the end of Season 6, we won’t know for sure what to expect in Season 7.
Vikings Season 7: Release Date
Vikings: Valhalla began filming in Ireland’s Ashford Studios in the summer of 2020, and despite a brief halt owing to positive COVID-19 testing among the actors and crew, production rapidly resumed.
Valhalla was planned to start production in the first part of 2020, however, due to the coronavirus outbreak, it was postponed. The series was supposed to premiere near the end of 2021; however, problems pushed the premiere date back even more.
Vikings: Valhalla will premiere on Netflix in 2022, barring any further setbacks.
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Vikings Season 7: Trailer
The production team has not released any trailer yet. Until then, check out the Season 6 Part 2 trailer and binge-watch the entire season on Amazon.
Will the Vikings return for a season 7?
Fans can’t wait for season 7 of Vikings to start. Vikings season 7 won’t be renewed. Season 6 of Vikings was split into two parts so that it could be watched for longer.
When will season 7 of Vikings start? There are no plans for more seasons of Vikings.
Fans will be upset, but fans can still get the second half of season 6. It will be on Prime Video for the first time on December 30, 2020.
Vikings Season 6: Ratings
The sixth season of Vikings has an average of 804,000 viewers and a 0.13 rating in the 18-49 demographic. That’s a 72 percent drop in the demo and a 58 percent drop in viewership from season five.
Check out how Vikings compare to other History TV programs. It’s worth mentioning that the second half of the season was made available for streaming months before History opted to air it on Saturday evenings.
Reviews of Vikings
Metacritic gave the first episode a score of 71 percent. Alan Sepinwall of HitFix liked the way the characters were cast, especially how Fimmel played Ragnar.
People and events drive the story. Nancy DeWolf Smith of the Wall Street Journal said that the location and clothes were “real and authentic.”
She also said that Vikings was not a celebration of sex and violence, but rather “a study of character, endurance, power, and social, emotional, and intellectual awakening” (unlike, say, Spartacus).
Hank Stuever of the Washington Post said that the show was “compelling and powerful.” It was like Rome, Sons of Anarchy, and Game of Thrones in terms of acting, writing, and size.
He also said the show’s focus on “pride and dignity among criminals” was “just another Tony Soprano.” Neil Genzlinger praised Vikings’ “arresting” photography and acting, especially Fimmel’s, and likened it to Game of Thrones and Spartacus for its lack of needless subtlety.
The relatively simple generational conflict in Vikings “doesn’t have the narrative ambition of a Game of Thrones or the political subtleties of a Rome,” nor these series’ dialogue skills, but it held up well compared to the “tabloid history” of The Tudors and The Borgias, according to TIME’s James Poniewozik.
“Vikings’ story arc is about historical forces, not its shallow individuals,” he said. The performances were strong, but Entertainment Weekly’s Clark Collis called Vikings “a mess”
Variety reviewer Brian Lowry termed the program an “unrelenting cheese-fest” and a “simpler version of Game of Thrones,” but added it was a “pleasant distraction.”
David Wiegand of the San Francisco Chronicle praised the performances and characters but criticized the “glacial pace,” lack of action, “flabby directing, and gassy scripting.” The second season is rated 77% by Metacritic and 92% by Rotten Tomatoes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where Can I Watch the Vikings Series?
You Can Watch Complete Vikings Drama on Hulu, Peacock, Amazon Prime Video, Youtube, Google Play Movies and Tv, Apple Tv, and on Vudu.
Is Vikings Ending After Season 6?
There is no confirmation about the ending of the Vikings.