Vikings stars Katheryn Winnick, Clive Standen and Alexander Ludwig have paid homage to the epic show as it draws to a close, praising those who worked on the ‘incredible series’.
Between December 2019 and February 2020, the first 10 episodes of Vikings season six were released on Canadian TV channel History.
In an ending fit for the spectacular historical drama, the final 10 episodes of the series are set to be released in one go on Amazon Prime Video at the end of the month, promising viewers a finale filled with gore and glory.
Following the release of the trailer for part two of the sixth season, several members of the cast shared posts on social media in celebration of the series.
Big Sky actor Katheryn, who played Lagertha in Vikings, wrote on Instagram that she ‘couldn’t be more proud of this incredible series and all the talented cast and crew who gave it their all to get this to your screens’.
She also shared a poster for the final series, which featured the logo for the programme on top of a Viking boat, which had been set on fire.
Clive, who played Viking Rollo from season one until season five, wrote on Instagram: ‘All good things must come to an end,’ alongside an image of the poster.
Alexander Ludwig, who portrays King Bjorn Ironside, shared the final trailer for the series, writing: ‘What a tremendous and epic journey it has been. Wait until you see how it ends.’
Alex Høgh Andersen, best-known for playing Ivar the Boneless in the drama, said that filming Vikings has been ‘an incredible experience I’ll never forget’.
‘Three and a half years in beautiful Ireland and 51 episodes done. Got a new family during those years. A family I miss dearly,’ he wrote.
‘Hope to see ya soon brothers and sisters. Forever grateful,’ he said, teasing that the story will ‘go out with a bang’.
Gustaf Skarsgard, who plays Floki, added that he ‘can’t wait’ to watch the final 10 episodes ‘and finish this long epic journey once and for all’.
Earlier this year, it was announced that a Vikings spin-off is in the works.
The series, which will be set 100 years after the original drama, will be titled Vikings: Valhalla.
While a release date hasn’t yet been confirmed, Netflix has already ordered 24 episodes.
The final 10 episodes of Vikings season six will be released on Amazon Prime on December 30.
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