‘Vikings 4’ Return Date, Spoilers: Who Will Take Ragnar’s Place? Lagertha Returns To Throne?

‘Vikings 4’ Return Date, Spoilers: Who Will Take Ragnar’s Place? Lagertha Returns To Throne?
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“Vikings” 4 is currently on its mid-season break but fans just can’t stop speculating about what will happen especially now that Ragnar has more or less abandoned the throne after his defeat in Paris. Talks are now spreading that his former wife Lagertha will take his place after the loss of her son.


According to Chat Sports Net, as the fans try to survive the agonizing mid-season break, rumors are spreading that Ragnar’s former and current wife will have a showdown when season 4 resumes. As the King has forsaken his duty and decided to live as a hermit, Lagertha and Aslaug will fight it out to find who will be the next queen of Kattegat.

It has been shown that Aslaug has lost her admiration for her husband after Ragnar strayed from the image the dashing adventurer. Her ambition was made clear when she asked the seer who will be the next queen of Kattegat.

Lagertha, on the other hand, returns to reclaim what she believes as her right. Being the first wife of Ragnar Lothbrok she will claim the throne in his absence. This is mere speculations and is yet to be officially confirmed.

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According to Movie News Guide, aside from his two wives, Ragnar’s sons Bjorn Ironsides and Ivar the Boneless are also believed to stake their claim to the throne. Bjorn, however, is yet in no position to take the throne as he is still currently in the Mediterranean with Helga and Floki before ” Vikings 4″ entered its mid-season break.

Creator Michael Hirst admitted that there are threats that if he did anything to Lagertha there would be repercussions. The threats apparently come from a feminist collective and that he is very careful about the warning.

“Vikings 4” has still no firm release date but it is rumored to resume airing sometime in July after the HBO series ‘Game of Thrones’ finishes its sixth season. The mid-season break was allegedly a move to avoid competition between the two shows as they both share similar genres.

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