The mid-season finale of Vikings airs Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 10 p.m. EST on History. The description for Season 6 Episode 10, titled “The Best Laid Plans,” reads, “Ivar and Igor might be planning against Oleg, but they’re still part of the force that departs Kiev to invade Scandinavia. King Harald and King Bjorn begin furious preparations for the invasion. But can enough be done to resist the Rus’ force?”
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WARNING: Some Vikings spoilers ahead! Turn back now if you’re not caught up.
Tonight’s Episode Will See King Bjorn & King Harald Prepare For the Rus Invasion
The promo above sees King Bjorn and King Harald making last-minute preparations for the impending Rus invasion, as they get ready to go head-to-head with Prince Oleg, Ivar, and Hvitserk. The description for tonight’s episode suggests that Bjorn and Harald’s alliance will continue to strengthen as Oleg’s forces move away from Kiev and toward Scandinavia; meanwhile, Ivar and Igor continue to conspire against Oleg.
Tonight’s episode will be the last for the next several months. There is no official return date for the second half of the season, but IMDb reports that the show will return later this year in November. However, this has not been confirmed by the network as of this article’s publication, so Heavy will update this post as soon as more information is known. There are 20 episodes slated for the sixth and final season of the show, so fans have another 10 episodes left before the series comes to an end.
Update: IMDb originally noted that the show would return in November, but now the site just states that Episode 11 will return sometime in 2020. The exact date is still unknown at this time.
Tune in tonight, February 5, 2020 at 10 p.m. EST/9 p.m. CST to catch the mid-season finale of Vikings. In the meantime, don’t forget to check out this author’s profile for more entertainment news and TV coverage.
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