Vikings Season 5 Spoilers: Is Ragnar Alive?
Wondering what happened to Ragnar in Season 4?
Vikings Season 5 Spoilers: Is Ragnar dead?
Vikings Season 4 has been chock-full of emotional surprises, some of us may even call it an emotional rollercoaster. But after 4 seasons, we are left wondering: is Ragnar alive on Vikings? Ragnar's death is explained plus some other Vikings Season 5 Spoilers below!
Vikings Season 5 Spoilers: Is Ragnar Dead?
After four long seasons, it seems that Ragnar Lothbrock has finally been killed. After returning to Wessex to seek revenge on King Ecbert (Linus Roache), Ragnar's plans fell through when the waters overtook his boats and marooned him and his few men. Not far long after that, Ragnar began planning his own death - he made a deal with Ecbert, allowing his son Ivar to return home, and let his brothers know that Ecbert had mercy on him. Little did Ecbert know, in the last few moments with Ivar, Ragnar told him to target Ecbert.
As prisoner, Ragnar was raised in a cage, tortured, and then dropped into a pit of poisonous snakes. Ecbert looked on, dressed head to know in Athelstan's garb. It was a long and tumultuous death for Ragnar.
VIkings Season 5 Spoilers
It begins with the burial of Sigurd
"Vikings" season 5 episode 1 will begin with the burial of Sigurd, who was attacked and killed by Ivar in the last season. He attacked him with a battleaxe, which hit him in the stomach. The mystery as to why Ivar killed his own brother will be unveiled in the next season.
Rollo and Floki will be back
Rollo, who has missing on the show in the last few episodes (after Ragnar's death), will be back next season. He was last seen carrying out the Mediterranean mission along with Bjorn.
Ragnar's sons are going to fall out
Sigurd's murder by Ivar will split the brothers and split up into different camps. Floki has already left them surrendering himself to the gods. Bjorn, on the other hand, is on his Mediterranean mission. Now, the great army is left with Ivar, Hvitserk and Ubbe.
Watch Vikings Season 5 Every Wednesday at 9|8c on The History Channel.
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