Mai Eine vierte Staffel von Vikings wird bereits in Kanada und USA ausgestrahlt und auch in Deutschland geht es bald mit Vikings Staffel 4 los. Sept. Vikings Staffel 4 DVD & Blu-ray: Release, Versionen und Extras? Allerdings ist die Serie auch hier nur auf Englisch ohne deutsche Untertitel. Sept. Vikings Staffel 4 DVD & Blu-ray: Release, Versionen und Extras? Allerdings ist die Serie auch hier nur auf Englisch ohne deutsche Untertitel. Aethelwulf verlangt daraufhin von seinem Vater, von nun an selbst zu entscheiden, wie der Schlachtplan aussehen soll. Durch Kauf oder Abspielen erkennen Sie unsere Bedingungen an. Mitte September wurde offiziell eine sechste Staffel bestätigt, deren Dreharbeiten noch im gleichen Monat begonnen haben. Als seine militärische List fehlschlägt und Ragnar den Bruder des Königs als Leiche zurückschickt, ist Aelle dennoch gezwungen, das Lösegeld zu bezahlen. König Egbert ist erfreut, sich mit Ragnar unterhalten zu können. März im Anschluss an die Miniserie Die Bibel. Es wird aber auch einen Abschied geben. Rollo setzt derweil alles daran, um Gislas Morgane Polanski Herz für sich zu gewinnen. Seine Tage auf Erden sind noch nicht gezählt. Da Ragnar den Angriff während des Gottesdienstes durchführen lässt, können seine Männer die gesamte Bevölkerung der angegriffenen Stadt auf einmal festsetzen. Bei einem geheimen Treffen mit dem Usurpator Wigstan verzichtet dieser freiwillig auf den Thron, wodurch Egbert nun kampflos König von Wessex und Mercia wird und damit seine Verbündeten Kwenthrith und Aelle hintergeht.
A Norwegian king and Bjorn, who is accompanied by a new partner, will get welcomed to the Great Hall in Kattegat. King Aelle will end up arriving at Wessex for Christmas and will be unimpressed with the development of family relations.
There's an air of betrayal as those whom Odo trusts plot against him; Ecbert agrees to support Kwenthrith in Mercia; Pregnancy brings happiness to Lagertha and Kalf and a marriage is arranged.
What Might Have Been. At the Thing in Kattegat, Ragnar reveals his plan to raid Paris again, and, although the fleet is storm-tossed as it sets out, the challenge lies in France, where Rollo awaits.
Meanwhile, Ecbert dispatches Aethelwulf and Alfred on a pilgrimage to Rome. The Profit and the Loss. In England, King Ecbert schemes to secure the crown of Mercia, while outside Paris, a considerable force of Vikings attack Rollo's defenses.
Also, the mysterious wanderer Harbard returns to Kattegat and causes a stir among the women. Although, he will have a plan that he is going to keep under wraps.
As they near Paris, the Vikings relaunch their boats, but this time they bear interesting structures made by Floki; Aethelwulf and Alfred arrive in Rome, where honors are bestowed by Pope Leo, but in Wessex, relations are less than cordial between King Ecbert and a disgruntled King Aelle.
A fierce battle between the Vikings and the French eventually comes down to Ragnar against Rollo and the outcome seals the fates of the two brothers.
Ragnar arrives home unexpectedly to see what has become of his sons and to handle unfinished business with King Ecbert; Lagertha plans a power play; Bjorn prepares to explore the Mediterranean in a sleek, new boat built for him by Floki.
The Kattegat locals chide Ragnar that the gods have deserted him as he struggles to crew his voyage to Wessex. By contrast, Ragnar must accept weathered boats and a crew he has bribed but when Aslaug foresees that the fleet will be lost in a vicious storm her warnings go un-heeded by Ragnar and her precious son, Ivar.
Ragnar too is taking a risk as he carries Ivar towards the Royal Villa in Wessex — throwing himself and his son upon the mercy of King Ecbert.
In the Uncertain Hour Before the Morning. Lagertha fulfills her long-held ambition to take Kattegat; King Ecbert must decide whether to hand his friend, Ragnar, over to King Aelle, who has sworn revenge on him.
Ragnar and Ivar plot against the Saxons and reach a new level of understanding. Ragnar demands more "medicine" from Yidu. Floki has a vision of Harbard having sex with Aslaug.
Bjorn demands a new plan from Ragnar. Ragnar replies that they will retreat tomorrow, while muttering to decapitated head. The Vikings retreat, and Ragnar's leadership is questioned by Harald.
Ragnar tells Bjorn to land near a cliff, and reveals a new plan: Gisla reveals that she carries Rollo's child. Odo meets Therese, but she and Roland betray and execute him.
Rollo is awarded the Iron Hand of Frankia. Meanwhile in Kattegat, Aslaug sees Harbard with other women and is jealous.
She confronts him, and he leaves. In France, Ragnar asks Yidu for more drugs, but she denies him. They argue and she threatens him with revealing his Wessex secret.
Ragnar drowns her in a fit of rage. In Wessex, Kwenthrith sneaks into Ecbert's bed and threatens to kill him, but is then killed by Judith. As the Vikings carry their ships overland, Harald and Halfdan kill a Frankish family.
Lagertha has a miscarriage and is comforted by Ragnar. Aethelwulf and Alfred arrive in Rome, and the Pope makes Alfred a consul.
King Aelle is displeased when Ecbert tells him they are no longer equals. In Kattegat, Sigurd discovers Siggy dead; he tells Aslaug, who shrugs off her death, and jokes with Ivar.
In Paris, Charles appoints Roland its protector. The Vikings arrive outside Paris. Erlendur tells Torvi she must kill Bjorn, or he will kill her son; she approaches Bjorn with Erlendur's crossbow, but instead turns and kills Erlendur.
Bjorn tells Ragnar that Paris cannot be taken without him. Ragnar replies he does not care about Paris, and that he is here for Rollo.
As the Vikings sail for Paris, Ragnar mutters that he must kill Rollo. A fleet of Frankish ships led by Rollo approaches the Vikings.
The Vikings and Franks battle, and the Vikings defeat the first French wave. Rollo leads his remaining ships into battle.
Halfdan, Floki, and Lagertha are wounded. Ragnar and Rollo begin to fight. The Franks gain the upper hand, and Ragnar tells Bjorn to take Lagertha and retreat.
Ragnar charges Rollo, but is grabbed and thrown back into a ship, as they retreat. Rollo is greeted by Charles and Gisla, and acclaimed by Paris.
Meanwhile, in Kattegat many years pass. Thorhall delivers the news to Aslaug and Bjorn that the Norse settlement in England had been slaughtered, and also that Ragnar has a son named Magnus in Wessex.
Bjorn tells his brothers. He plans to sail into the Mediterranean. Ragnar returns to Kattegat and challenges his sons to kill him, if they want to become the King.
Ubbe steps forward to challenge Ragnar, but instead they embrace. Ragnar asks his sons to come with him to England, but Bjorn refuses, as he plans to raid the Mediterranean with Floki, Harald, and Hvitserk.
Ubbe and Sigurd promise to stay and protect their mother and Kattegat, now an important trade center. Ivar sees his brothers sharing the slave girl Margrethe, and wants her as well.
After failing to sleep with her, he threatens to kill her but instead cries as she tells him that being Ragnar's son is more difficult than being a common man.
Ragnar visits Floki and tells him that he loves him. In Hedeby, Ragnar apologizes to Lagertha after she refuses to accompany him to England.
Ragnar finds a large tree while riding back to Kattegat and tries to hang himself. However, ravens chew through the rope to save him.
Back in Kattegat, Ragnar finds Ivar in the throne room and persuades Ivar to come with him to England. Ragnar asks warriors to accompany him to England; however they refuse saying the gods have deserted him.
Ragnar talks to Bjorn about his plan to sail past France, and Bjorn says he will seek diplomacy with Rollo. Sigurd chides Ivar that their mother and brothers pity him.
Harald and Halfdan arrive to sail with Bjorn. Bjorn notes of Harald's conquest of Rogaland , but Harald assures him that he cannot overthrow Ragnar.
Lagertha arrives, and agrees with Aslaug to perform a sacrifice to the gods for their sons. Lagertha tells Aslaug she cannot forgive her for taking Ragnar, and that she will never be Queen of Kattegat.
Ragnar digs up old treasure, and bribes some older warriors to sail with him to England. Ragnar meets Aslaug and thanks her for letting their sons love him.
Aslaug has a vision of Ivar drowning and warns him he will die if he goes to England. Bjorn, Hvisterk, Floki, and Harald set sail for the Mediterranean.
Ragnar and Ivar sail for England, but their ships capsize in a violent storm. Ragnar, Ivar, and a few other survivors are washed up on the beach in England.
Some blame Ragnar for their misfortune. Aethelwulf finds Ragnar's black raven banner on the beach, and alerts King Ecbert, who reassures him that Ragnar is simply one man.
In Francia, Bjorn's fleet arrives and he asks Rollo for safe passage, but is imprisoned along with Floki, Harald, and Halfdan. Harald and Halfdan chastise Bjorn for having trusted Rollo.
Later, Rollo meets Bjorn and agrees to allow them free passage, if he can sail with them. Bjorn's ships set sail, but they stop and submerge Rollo by keelhauling him.
Bjorn lets Rollo up, and Rollo laughs as they sail on. In Wessex, Ragnar tells Ivar they must go to the Royal Villa and abandon the others; they kill their fellow Vikings while they are asleep.
Ragnar and Ivar arrive at the Royal town and give themselves up. In Kattegat, Aslaug renounces herself as Queen, promising Lagertha that her sons will not seek revenge.
In exchange, she wants safe passage to leave. Lagertha initially agrees, but then kills Aslaug. Ubbe and Sigurd arrive to find Lagertha in the great hall.
Ubbe challenges Lagertha's warriors in an attempt to kill her, but fails. Astrid tells Ubbe and Sigurd that they will die if they harm Lagertha.
In Wessex, Ragnar and Ivar are seized by Aethelwulf. Ecbert arrives and promises no harm will come to Ivar, then introduces Ragnar to Magnus.
Ragnar states he and Kwenthrith never had sex and Magnus is expelled. Ecbert admits ordering Aethelwulf to kill the Norse settlers, expresses regret, and frees Ragnar from his cage.
The two drunkenly discuss the afterlife and the death of Athelstan, which Ragnar says weighs on his conscience. Ragnar asks Ecbert to kill him, but Ecbert refuses.
Instead, Ecbert agrees to hand Ragnar over to King Aelle and arrange safe passage for Ivar to go home. Ragnar promises that his sons will seek vengeance against Northumbria, not Wessex.
Ecbert has arranged a ship to take Ivar home. Ragnar speaks with Ivar alone and says goodbye, knowing he will be handed over to Aelle and die.
Ragnar tells Ivar to take revenge on Ecbert, and to be ruthless. Ragnar gives Athelstan's cross to his son Alfred, and tells Ecbert that in the end, Athelstan chose Christ.
On the road, Ragnar has visions of his younger days and of a discussion with the Seer, where he denounces his belief in the gods.
Ragnar arrives in Northumbria and is tortured by Aelle. Ecbert travels there in disguise to attend Ragnar's execution. Ragnar says that he dies without apology and welcomes death, and will await his sons in Valhalla to hear stories of their triumphs.
Ragnar is then dropped into a pit of snakes where he dies. Ivar returns to Kattegat, to discover that his mother has been killed by Lagertha. Across the fjord, a longship carrying a black cloaked figure, missing his right eye, approaches.
Lagertha in Norway and Aethelwulf in Wessex consider the consequences of Ragnar's death, while his sons start to plan their revenge.
Lagertha orders defences to be built around Kattegat. Ivar challenges Lagertha to single combat, but is refused, and promises that he will kill Lagertha one day.
Meanwhile, Bjorn and Rollo reach Spain, and raid Algeciras , as Halfdan and Harald start plotting to overthrow the Lothbroks as part of their conquest of all of Norway.
Floki is intrigued by his first contact with Islam and forces the Vikings to spare men praying in a mosque.
After Floki refuses to have another child with Helga, Helga adopts a Moorish child, Tanaruz, as her daughter. The Seer tells Lagertha he foresees that she will be killed by one of Ragnar's sons, while Ivar prepares a new sword and dreams of his revenge.
Ubbe, Sigurd and Ivar decide to gather a large army and return to England to avenge Ragnar. Before returning to Gisla and his children, Rollo offers land in Normandy to any norsemen willing to settle.
Halfdan introduces Harald to Egil, the bastard son of an earl. Judith visits her family in Northumbria and tries to convince King Aelle to ally with Ecbert against the coming attack.
However, her father shows no intention to reforge an alliance with Wessex. Ubbe frees Margrethe and tells her that he would like to marry her.
In Wessex, Ecbert continues to groom Alfred as future king and warns him not to trust others, but think for himself.
Ivar and Ubbe attempt to kill Lagertha, but are stopped by Bjorn, who makes clear that his brothers will have to kill him before Lagertha. Torvi advises Bjorn not to join Ivar, which causes Bjorn to lash out against her.
Bjorn leaves her in a fit of rage and has an encounter with Astrid. Floki presents Ivar with a war chariot which will enable him to lead troops in combat.
As the great army assembles, Bjorn and Ivar argue over its leadership. Harald spots Ellisif, the woman he fell in love with years ago, who he had wanted to impress by conquerIng Norway.
But she has since married a Danish earl, of lower status than him. Ubbe and Margrethe are married, but Ubbe agrees to share her with Hvitserk.
Helga wants to join the great army with Tanaruz, but Floki is not happy with her decision. Harald and Halfdan have Egil infiltrate Kattegat. Halfdan suggests Harald kill Ellisif to regain his honor, but Harald refuses because she is the only woman he loves.
Earl Jorgensen volunteers to be sacrificed to assure victory in the coming war, while Bjorn and Astrid continue their affair.
Athelwulf confronts Ecbert about his affair with Judith and questions Ecbert's love for him and his ability as a king. Ecbert asks him to lead the defence against the Norse invaders.
As the great army lands in Northumbria, King Aelle's much smaller army is overrun, Aelle is captured, and killed by the blood eagle.
Kattegat is attacked by Egil and his men, but they are repulsed and Egil is captured.