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‘Vikings’: When And Where To See The Episodes Of Season 6 Part 2

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The creator of ‘Vikings’, Michael Hirst, has advanced that “if you have tears to shed, it is also time to cry”.

Part 2 of season 6 will premiere in Spain on TNT on January 2 and 3.

The long-awaited part 2 of season 6 of Vikings comes to TNT in a special event that, throughout the weekend of January 2 and 3, will offer the final ten episodes of the series. It is about the closing of the creation of Michael Hirst, which season after season has reaped success among public and critics.

One of the goals of Hirst, screenwriter and creator of the series, is to provide a satisfactory closure to the story that he has meticulously woven over the last few years: “I have tried to be fair with my characters. And I think I have succeeded ”.

“Prepare to be amazed with the surprises that await us. And if you have tears to shed, it is also time to cry ”, said Hirst. And it is that the scriptwriter confesses that in this latest installment they have cooked what for him are some of the best episodes of the series.

The saga of Ragnar and his sons comes to an end. Revenge, power struggles, exploration of new lands and passions lead to a final round of episodes in which the fate of Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen), Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig), Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) is decided and the rest of the characters in the series.

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Release Date Of Season 6

We will have to prepare for a most intense weekend, because the 10 episodes with which season 6 of Vikings says goodbye will be broadcast in just two days, January 2 and 3, 2021.

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As confirmed by TNT Spain, the first five episodes from 11 to 15 – of this final stretch will see the light from 3:45 p.m. on Saturday, January 2, 2021, while the remaining five from 16 to 20 – will do so at starting at 3:45 p.m. on January 3.

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