HISTORY’s hit drama series “Vikings,” filled with calamity, revenge and death, continues. Led by Travis Fimmel (War Craft), the historical based drama moves to a new night, Wednesday, for part two of season four. After being defeated in a monumental battle in Paris against his brother Rollo (Clive Standen), Ragnar disappeared following his humiliating loss.
“Vikings” then took an enormous leap forward during the midseason finale, time-jumping to a new era in its characters’ lives. In the midseason premiere, Ragnar’s reappearance in Kattegat triggers a chain of events no one – except the Seer – could have ever imagined. He unexpectedly arrives home to see what has become of his sons and to handle unfinished business in Wessex with King Ecbert (Linus Roache). Meanwhile, Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) plans a power play in Kattegat and Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig) prepares to fulfill his long-held dream to explore the Mediterranean in a sleek new boat built for him by Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård).
“This season is monumental and unlike anything we’ve ever done,” said Michael Hirst, creator and writer. “We’ve propelled ‘Vikings’ to the topmost level of historical drama as we follow storylines inspired by real life events such as Bjorn Ironside sailing through the Mediterranean and Ivar the Boneless becoming the most feared warrior of all time. It’s not a story of one man, but a saga of Ragnar and his sons.”
Mid-season Premiere, “The Outsider”
Wednesday, November 30 at 9 PM ET/PT
Ragnar has returned to Kattegat where he devises a plan to return to Wessex to right past wrongs.
Wednesday, December 7 at 9 PM ET/PT
The Kattegat locals chide Ragnar that the gods have deserted him as he struggles to crew his voyage to Wessex. Bjorn prepares to fulfill his dream of exploring the Mediterranean.
Wednesday, December 14 at 9 PM ET/PT
Ragnar and Ivar face a difficult decision in regard to their crew. Bjorn has an unexpected reunion.