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‘Vikings’ Season 3 Spoilers: 6 Things To Know

February 21, 2015


The wait is finally over, my dear warriors, because tonight the hit History Channel series, “Vikings,” will return for yet another exciting season of the Michael Hirst created drama. But before Ragnar (Travis Fimmel), Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) and the rest of our favorite fighters begin their Season 3 raid on Thursday, Feb. 19, why don’t we round up all the exciting spoilers for the upcoming installment?

1. Ragnar’s King – Now What?

During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the showrunner explained what Ragnar would be doing now that he dons the crown. Spoiler alert: “It’s kind of unsexy!” According to Hirst, the newfound power will allow Ragnar to establish settlement in Wessex, on King Ecbert’s (Linus Roache) land.

“It’s not the sexiest thing that any lead character has ever done. But boy, is it real,” Hirst stated, adding that Ragnar isn’t interested in plunder, but settling land for his people. “He’s a farmer—and there wasn’t rich agricultural land in Scandinavia.”

2. New Characters

In addition to reuniting with our favorite characters from “Vikings,” fans will also be introduced to a slew of Season 3 newcomers:

Kalf (Ben Robson) – Lagertha’s “young, handsome second in command,” who the Earl will grow very fond of. However, Kalf will prove to be “ambitious and calculating” when his real agenda is revealed after Lagertha goes to raid.

Harbard (Kevin Durand) – This mysterious character will turn up in Kattagat following a vision had by Aslaug (Alyssa Sutherland), Siggy (Jessalyn Gilsig) and Helga (Maude Hirst). “Those dreams were obviously foreshadowing my arrival,” Durand revealed during a press conference, adding that his character is “kind of mystical.” Fans will get to see just what kind of powers this wanderer will have and how it will affect those in Kattagat when Harbard makes his debut during episode 2 of Season 3.

“Harbard’s actions will pretty much change the course of action for all of the other characters in that episode and he leaves a pretty deep kind of a wound I guess — a deep mark and I would say that that’s probably the one that probably has the most impact,” he stated, teasing fans should pay extra close attention to episode 4.

Emperor Charles of France (Lothaire Bluteau) – A “complex, troubled and powerful man” who won’t hesitate at going head-to-head with the Vikings.

Princess Gisla (Morgan Polanski) – Gisla is the daughter of Emperor Charles. She’s described as a “beautiful, young woman of considerable courage and resolution.”
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‘Vikings’ Boss Previews Plenty of “Shocks and Tragedies” in Season 3

February 21, 2015

Showrunner Michael Hirst tells THR the stakes are higher than ever during this season of the History original drama series.


When audiences last left Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) and his son Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig), the new king was staring out into the open waters, not quite content with his newly acquired land and position of power, nor his latest, deformed, child with second wife Aslaug (Alyssa Sutherland).


During the third season of History’s Vikings, it’s only a matter of time before the Norseman and his followers set sail toward Wessex and the fertile lands that King Ecbert (Linus Roache) promised in exchange for their manpower, and questions of loyalty once again arise.


The Hollywood Reporter sat down with creator Michael Hirst to discuss season three prophecies, incoming guest star Kevin Durand, crafting epic battle scenes and re-creating history.


How big of a role do the Seer and his prophecies play in season three?

Prophecies and the Seer are an important part of Viking culture, and are mentioned in the sagas; Odin found out about the death of his own son through the Seer. The Vikings believed that they were fated and that the Norns who lived under the tree of life would spin their fates every day. Part of my interest in the culture and in the Vikings is what exactly does that mean in practical terms — how do you live your life if you think it’s fated? So they’re constantly asking the Seer for tips, for clues. Well the Seer promises different things to different people. The stakes for all our major characters are much higher this season and a great many things and changes are going to happen to them.

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“Vikings” Season 3 Episode 3 Spoilers: Michael Hirst Reddit AMA Touches On Historical Background And Characters

February 12, 2015


Michael Hirst, the sole writer and creator of the popular History Channel series “Vikings” did a Reddit AMA where he answered questions about the historical background of the show and its characters. “Vikings” has faced criticism that it deviates frequently from history and the character of Ragnar Lothbrok is a legendary composite character that could have been a number of different figures. Similarly actual aspects of the lifestyle of the “Vikings” are inaccurate. Some of the geographical facts like the mountains in southern Scandinavia and the lack of knowledge of the British isles are similarly inaccurate.

Hirst addressed the amount of historical research he does for “Vikings” and explained, “The story I’m telling comes out of my historical research. I don’t have a fictional story that I just add historical details to. Everything I do starts in research, and reading. And during the research / reading, storylines and characters start to emerge. And although I can take these characters for a walk, I never leave their historical reality behind.”

Hirst went on to say, “So of course you’re not watching history, you are watching a show – this is the twenty-first century, and we’re in a studio, and our actors are dressed-up – but having said that, everything you see on the show is researched. The buildings, the costumes, the furniture – everything has been researched, and talked about, and is as real and authentic as we can make it.”
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First Three Episode Titles and Descriptions

February 05, 2015

As always, the descriptions contain spoilers!



“Mercenary” – Thursday, February 19 at 10 p.m. (Season Premiere)

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“The Wanderer” – Thursday, February 26 at 10 p.m.

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“Warrior’s Fate” – Thursday, March 5 at 10 p.m.

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