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Welcome to Vikings Fan, a fansite for the History Channel's series "Vikings". The show is based on the tales of the legendary Vikings: Ragnar Lothbrok, Lagertha, Bjorn Ironside, Rollo, among others. Explore the site for the largest photo gallery on the web for the show and also our video gallery!

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SDCC ’16: Get thrown into a snake pit with Vikings! It’s fun!

July 21, 2016


COMICS BEAT – The History Channel’s TV show Vikings (starring Travis Fimmel, our Nerdlebrity Icon for San Diego) has always had a notable presence at Comic-Con with Viking Boat Races one year, but this year they are outdoing themselves with an authentic SNAKE PIT!!! Being surrounded by hissing reptiles was an actual, fiendish thing in Viking times, and served as a way to kill enemies, or at least scare them straight.


The San Diego version in Booth #4215 will enable con-goers to “experience the raw fear of being surrounded by real snakes in a dark, dank abyss with no immediate escape.” Which sounds awful, but I guess some people like a dank abyss. For those willing to recreate the “torture and the terror” of Viking times, fear not, all your friends will be able to see it:


Attendees with enough nerve to enter the den will have their screams and writhing captured on camera in shareable rapid gifs. Survivors will receive a Vikings Viper Cuff as a token of their triumph over death.


On Wednesday July 20 and Thursday July 21, there will be opportunities for fans to enter for chances to get tickets to the Vikings Cast Panel or the Vikings Cast Autograph Session, both on Friday July 22.


Also available while supplies last, the custom Vikings Limited Edition Comic Book with a story by Michael Hirst and the always popular drinking horn.


While there does not appear to be an opportunity to get in the snake pit WITH Travis Fimmel, this should still be grand fun for all.


18 Secrets From The Cast Of “Vikings”

February 21, 2015

Jonathan Hession/History

Ahead of the launch of Vikings’s third season on History, three of the show’s stars sat down with BuzzFeed in Los Angeles (on a red bench, with a floral curtain backdrop, as Vikings tend to do) to chat about some behind-the-scenes secrets.

Below, see what Travis Fimmel (Ragnar Lothbrok), Clive Standen (Rollo), and Alexander Ludwig (Bjorn Lothbrok) had to say about what’s coming this season, who’s the biggest flirt on set, who looks best without a shirt, and much more.

1. Who has the hardest time growing a beard?

18 Secrets From The Cast Of "Vikings"

Alexander Ludwig: Ah fuck, you guys.
Clive Standen: Katheryn [Winnick, who plays Lagertha] grows them better than you.

2. Who takes the most time getting their hair done on set?

AL: Clive!
CS: You can just see by the picture, it’s Travis. It’s true — with all the tattoos!
AL: Travis gets all the tattoos all over his head.
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The model Viking

February 08, 2015

Today - TV -  March 17 - Vikings Alyssa Sutherland as Princess Aslaug

Vanessa Williams
February 5, 2015, 10:45 am


From gracing the covers of glossy fashion magazines to appearing in a critically-acclaimed period drama, it’s safe to say Alyssa Sutherland is living the dream.


Having built a hugely successful career on the international fashion circuit after winning Girlfriend magazine’s annual model search in 1997, the Brisbane- born beauty has since made her mark in the acting world as ethereal Nordic Princess Aslaug in The History Channel’s gritty Dark Ages drama, Vikings.


Although she has enjoyed her years as a globetrotting model, Sutherland says acting has always been her true calling.


“I was very lucky with modelling, I was able to work pretty consistently with some really great people but it wasn’t necessarily something that I was really, really passionate about,” Sutherland says by phone from Brisbane, where she spent Christmas with family.


“I was very happy to be working and travelling but it wasn’t something that I really had a bug for. When I was younger, I was taking drama lessons but diverted from it and it came back to me a few years ago. I put myself back into classes and realised how much I loved it and it’s taught me to work really hard, and I’m really appreciative of that.”


While starring as Aslaug in her first big acting role was the opportunity of a lifetime for Sutherland, another drawcard for the 32-year-old was working with acclaimed writer/ producer Michael Hirst, the mastermind behind the award- winning film Elizabeth and the period TV series The Tudors and The Borgias.


“I was definitely drawn to the fact that it was Michael Hirst who was writing the series, I’m a huge fan of Elizabeth the film. I’ve loved that movie forever and to get to work with him is a dream come true,” she says.


“It’s kind of a no-brainer, you kind of just put your hand up for it and go ‘Yep, done!’ It’s a pretty simple decision to make.


“And to be completely honest, this is the biggest thing I’ve done so far in my acting career and you can’t just turn your nose down at it, you’ve got to start somewhere and start working your way up.


“So for me, for this to be my first really substantial role for my acting career, I pinch myself every day, I’m so grateful.”


Season one ended on a dramatic note, with Ragnar (fellow Aussie Travis Fimmel) forced to face-off with his once loyal brother Rollo (Clive Standen) in bloody combat.


Amid the sibling rivalry, a heavily pregnant Aslaug who is carrying Ragnar’s child, arrives on the scene fuelling resentment from Ragnar’s fiery shield maiden wife Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick).

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A Couple of Questions for Vikings Fans

October 14, 2014

First of all, I’m alikat7 and I created a new website called Vikings Fan (really original, aren’t I? lol) I’m trying to make this site a go-to place for all of the Vikings fans to get the most up-to-date information and photos, but I was curious to know a few things:

1. Would anyone be interested in a forum to meet other fans and discuss the show if I added it on the fansite? 

2. Would you be more willing to contribute fanart to the site if I set up the gallery so you could create your own galleries and add the art yourself? Or would you be more likely if you just email it to me and I add it in an album with your name? (which is how I originally thought it best but I’m willing to consider other ideas)

3. If I were to do fanvideo and fanart contests, would people contribute and participate?

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