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04 January, 2019

Vikings Season 6 (REVIEW)

Vikings season six will be returning after History confirmed the news. Episodes for season six was being shot on location in County Wicklow, Ireland. There will be a total of 20 episodes in the forthcoming season, which will be split into two. History confirmed shortly before the season five premiere that Vikings would be back for more brutal action.
“The series has evolved from early raids in England, to the heart-stopping death of Ragnar Lothbrok, to the fierce battles of the Great Heathen Army, and now we'll see the sons of Ragnar exploring and conquering the known world.
“[Creator] Michael Hirst has only scratched the surface of his epic saga. We look forward to continuing our partnership with one of the greatest writers in this era of Peak TV and entertaining our viewers with 40 new episodes over the next two seasons."
Season six will consist of 20 episodes and production is already underway. History has confirmed that season six will have a total of 20 episodes that will be aired in two parts. The number of episodes in season six follows suit with the previous season which also got 20 episodes. 
Vikings is a joint Irish and Canadian production and has received a slew of nominations including nods from the Emmys and the Critics Choice Awards.  
Vikings season five premiered on November 29, 2017 in the UK and was available to watch in the UK on Amazon Prime. 
Season five is going to be broadcast in two parts with the first 10 instalments airing before a midseason finale and break. 
The second half of season five is then slated to return later in 2018, although a specific airdate hasn’t yet been given.
There was a seven-month gap between the first and second half of Vikings season four, so part two of the fifth run is likely to be hitting screens in autumn 2018.
Depending on when the second half of the fifth run airs, season six is likely to be hitting screens in 2019.
The big deal of season six depends on what happens in the second half of the fifth run.
However, Vikings creator and executive producer Michael said of the new season: “The vikings are going ever outwards as raiders and traders.”

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