The mid-season finale of Vikings just ended and now the fans are waiting to see what’s in store for the second half of the fourth season. The current season of Vikings is turning out to be an interesting one and hence fans are interested to find out when the midseason premiere of Vikings Season 4 is going to happen.
It looks like the viewers of Vikings will have to wait for a while before they can find out what’s next in the hit series from History Channel. History Channel has been completely silent about the date for the release of the midseason premiere.
There are some rumors that History Channel is going to release the second half of Vikings Season 4 around July, but there isn’t any confirmation on the news.
The midseason finale saw Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) suffer a shocking defeat in the hands of the Frankish troop led by his brother, Rollo (Clive Standen). This was shocking for the fans since they didn’t expect this to happen. Michael Hirst, the creator of Vikings has spoken to TV Guide and said that fans have a lot more shocks to witness.
This season is the last one for Travis Fimmel since he is going to make a transition to the world of Hollywood, having got an opportunity to work in a film based on the game, Warcraft. Vikings Season 4 is going to see Ragnar dying and now that Rollo has spared his life, fans are sure that the impending moment is going to happen when Vikings comes back for the second half.
With Ragnar set to die in Vikings, the storyline is slowly starting to focus on other characters. Hirst has made it very clear that the show is going to continue without Ragnar since Vikings history has a lot of story to share.
The midseason finale had shown a major time jump where viewers saw all of his sons growing up. Ragnar had been away from Kattegat for a long time and in the meantime all of his sons, Ivar, Hvitserk, Sigurd and Ubbe, have grown up without his presence.
The story of Vikings shows that the sons of Ragnar are going to be abler rulers than Ragnar. In fact, all of Ragnar’s sons, become more popular than him. The one son that the viewers should look out for is Ivar (Alex Hogh Anderson).
Even though Ivar was born a cripple, he becomes a powerful and dominating ruler. In fact, Ragnar starts fearing the possibility of his sons getting more powerful than him and this becomes a reality.
There are reports suggesting that Ragnar is going to head to England when he finds out that he has a son from Kwenthrith (Amy Bailey). However, the showrunner has confirmed that Ragnar’s departure to England is not to see his son, but to meet King Ecbert (Linus Roache).
Christian Times has reported that Ivar the Boneless is going to be the character who is going to take Vikings forward. Hirst has confirmed that Rollo and Ragnar might have a reconciliation, but then Rollo will be very cautious about the success he has earned over the Vikings. It is going to give him a new position in the Frankish court and Rollo is sure to seize the occasion.