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‘Vikings’ renewed: History uncover gets 20-episode Season 6

Strap on your furs and grow a beard, since Vikings will have a Season 6.

History announced Tuesday that it has renewed a 20-episode Season 6 of a strange series, with prolongation slated to start in Ireland this fall. Additionally, Canadian Katheryn Winnick (Lagertha) is set to make her directorial entrance for one part this season.

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“We are impossibly unapproachable of a partnership on this superb Canadian-Irish strange production, and are anxious to collect adult Vikings for another constrained season,” pronounced Daniel Eves, comparison vice-president of Specialty Networks, Corus Entertainment. “Led by a exquisite Michael Hirst and a unusual expel and crew, Season 6 will positively broach another turn of enchanting storytelling, intriguing characters, and show-stopping drama.”

Hirst, a creator and executive producer, hinted during a large growth in a arriving season.

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“It has been my pleasure and my payoff to work with History and a partner MGM over 5 seasons and 69 episodes of Vikings,” he said. “Now we’re prepared to start prolongation of a 20-episode deteriorate that will broach a outrageous and astonishing explanation to a audience. And so we cruise on.”

Filled with Canadian talent in front of and behind a camera, Vikings has won mixed awards and is a vicious favourite.

The leader of 8 Canadian Screen Awards including Best International Drama, Vikings is co-produced by distinguished Canadian association Take 5 Productions. Canadian directors mostly fire episodes of Vikings, and so far, Ken Girotti, Jeff Woolnough, Kari Skogland, and Helen Shaver, to name a few, have worked behind a camera.

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Since a premiere in 2013, an superb roster of Canadian actors alongside Winnick, including Alexander Ludwig, Jessalyn Gilsig, Donal Logue, and Season 5 newcomers, Adam Copeland and Kris Holden-Ried, have brought their talents to a Vikings tribe. Additionally, Toronto’s visible effects association Mr. X and Tattersall Sound and Picture have been nominated for a total 7 Emmy Awards for their work on Vikings (as of this writing).

Vikings is a family tale that tells a conspicuous stories of a lives and epic adventures of a raiders and explorers of a Dark Ages.

Not held up? Check out episodes on History.ca, History on Demand, a History Go App or iTunes.

The 2-hour Season 5 premiere of ‘Vikings’ front on Wednesday, Nov 29 during 9 p.m. ET/PT on History.

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