The 6th and last season of the chronicled show TV arrangement Vikings debuted on December 4, 2019, on History in Canada. The method extensively follows the adventures of the unbelievable Viking chieftain Ragnar Lothbrok and his group, and later those of his children. The first period of the arrangement starts toward the beginning of the Viking Age, set apart by the Lindisfarne assault in 793 AD.
The 6th season comprises of a twofold request of twenty scenes, split into two pieces of ten scenes; the subsequent half will debut in 2020. The season fundamentally centers around King Bjorn’s rule over Kattegat, Ivar’s undertakings in Rus’, and Ubbe’s endeavor to Iceland.
The cast includes Katheryn Winnick as Lagertha, Alexander Ludwig as King Bjorn Ironside, Alex Hogh Andersen as Ivar the Boneless, Marco Also as Hvitserk, Jordan Patrick Smith as Ubbe, Danila Kozlovsky as Prince Oleg the Prophet, John Kavanagh as The Seer, Peter Franzen as King Harald Finehair, Eric Johnson as Erik the Red, Georgia Hirst as Torvi, Ragga Ragnars as Queen Gunnhild and Ray Stevenson as Other.
Season six returns following the fight between siblings, which has left Bjorn prosperous and a legend to the individuals who have been under the oppressive standard of Ivar for such a long time. As the new pioneer of Kattegat, Bjorn battles to fill his late dad’s shoes as ruler, while confronting a few issues and grappling with the possibility that force eclipses ethics. In the meantime, Ivar, scanning for another way to isolate him from quite a while ago, is seen going along The Silk Road, inevitably driving him to Russia. He meets his match in Prince Oleg (Danila Kozlovsky), a savage and erratic Russian ruler, who stuns even Ivar with his brutal activities. While Lagertha has her own plan – to live a calmer and less open life on her private ranch, new threats lurk near and dear. This season, the Vikings keep on assuming control over Scandinavia as Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) and Torvi (Georgia Hirst) travel to Iceland to reveal the secret hovering around Floki’s (Gustaf Skarsgard) vanishing and Hvitserk (Marco Ilsø) seeks after his quarrel against Ivar.