Vikings Season 4 Review and Recap

Vikings Season 4 Review and Recap

Vikings Season 4

Episode 1 – A Good Treason

As Ragnar lies in his sick bed in Kattegat, events unfold beyond his control. Read more here

Episode 2 – Kill the Queen

Ragnar and Floki are still at odds; Rollo makes great attempts to win over Princess Gisla; Bjorn’s survival skills are put to the test; King Ecbert sends Aethelwulf to rescue Queen Kwenthrith and baby Magnus. Read more here

Episode 3 – Mercy

Ragnar tells Floki he has to pay a heavy price for his actions. Rollo finds an ally in Count Odo. Bjorn’s challenges in the wilderness escalate. Read more here

Episode 4 – Yol

A new character enters Ragnar’s life, introducing him to new mysteries. Rollo shares his dreams with Gisla. Bjorn’s journey home crosses paths with a deadly agent. Read more here

Episode 5 – Promised

Reinforcements for the Paris campaign arrive in Kattegat including Halfdan the Black. Floki confides in Finehair. Yidu’s influence with Ragnar grows. Lagertha keeps a promise in dramatic fashion. Read more here

Episode 6 – What Might Have Been

Ragnar shares his strategy for raiding France and the Viking fleet sets sail. Aethelwulf and Alfred are sent on pilgrimage to Rome by King Ecbert. Read more here

Episode 7 – The Profit and the Loss

With Rollo having committed himself to the French against the Vikings, Ragnar carries out his plan of attack at a very high cost. A surprising ally meets with King Ecbert. The Wanderer, Harbard, returns to Kattegat. Read more here

Episode 8 – Portage

After the costly defeat on water, Ragnar devises a new plan for gaining strategic advantage against Rollo. King Ecbert is named King of Mercia much to the dismay of Queen Kwenthrith. Read more here

Episode 9 – Death All ‘Round

The portage is complete but not without bloodshed and a prophetic loss for Lagertha. Alfred is well received in Rome. Read more here

Episode 10 – The Last Ship

Ragnar has his day of destiny in a fierce combat with Rollo (for which he has saved his last dose of opium). Following the battle, we move ahead in time and see Ragnar’s sons as young men. Read more here