Vikings New Season – Release Date 28th November 2018

Vikings New Season – Release Date 28th November 2018

If there is one thing we all love, that's knowing when your favorite show is coming back on the TV. One of our favorite series on Amazon Prime is Vikings – read our full review here.  So when the History channel chose to set the internet alight on November the 5th with a full confirmation of the launch date and much more we were over the moon.

Vikings has been easily one of the best historical series ever to hit the screen, so if you have not seen any of this classic series get binging quick because you don't have long left until Series 5 – part B hits the screens. The end of the last series left us on a huge cliffhanger and there has been speculation on the Vikings new series release date in 2018, a date was mentioned at a Comic-Con in San Diego in the Summer and the mid-season teaser trailer was released.

As with all of the Mid Season teasers, they open up heaps of speculation and get all of the fans talking. But the History channel has become experts at this now, last week instead of choosing to focus on stories about Guy Fawkes they chose to release a sequence of teaser trailers all at once and are dropping more, opening the floodgates for the stars of the show to get their little bit in too.

Lagertha herself has been giving away little teasers for a while now, one which clearly shows her name as the director of Episode one of Season 6 to be screened in November 2019. Season 6 was commissioned by the History channel for another 20 episode block. But the new series launched on 28th November 2018 is Season 5 – Part B; with ten episodes taking us well into the early part of 2019.

There were lots of unanswered Questions at the end of the last season – check out the new Teaser Trailers below; it looks like we are going to get all of the answers:

Let's say Rollo looks like he wants some questions answered of his own – This is Going to be Great:

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