Viking Season 6: Finally A Release Date For The End Of The Series


The first ten episodes of the sixth and final season of Vikings were broadcast between December 2019 and February 2020. Since then, the release date of the second part and therefore of the last ten episodes remained unknown to viewers. But that’s old history as new announcements have been revealed, including this famous long-awaited release date, but not only.

Indeed, the colossal success of Vikings generated unexpected financial stakes that upset its traditional mode of distribution. Thus, the last ten episodes will not be released on the History channel from one episode per week, but directly on Amazon Prime Video in full from December 30.

Thanks to an agreement with MGM, which distributes the series, the show giant secured a worldwide exclusive broadcast of the finale,  before this final salvo aired on History later. Unfortunately, France is not affected, as the episodes will launch on Amazon only in the US, UK, Germany, Austria and Ireland.

On the occasion of this new agreement, the vice president of global content licensing for Amazon Prime Video spoke about the end of the series. It will take patience, but the result promises to be up to the expectations.

“Our monumental Vikings saga is coming to an end, but not before you’ve had the chance to see some of my all-time favorite episodes. Prime Video will uniquely expose the end of the series to a streaming audience first. . Prepare to be amazed, and have many surprises along the way. And if you have tears to shed, then prepare to shed them too. “

For the countries concerned, Amazon will therefore unveil the last ten episodes of the series on December 30. In the meantime, to know the official broadcast date in France, we have compiled the five key moments of the series in this file. We also wondered if its finale would resemble the catastrophic conclusion of Game of Thrones, right here. 


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