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Not so with Ragnar; he is just kind of there, not ruling whatsoever, and sometimes it just feels like anarchy there, which I find not entirely plausible.

Additionaly, as I have mentioned, there is a feeling of emptiness because of this, emptiness, which I am not quite able to describe.

Maybe it is happening, because the second and third series already follows more story lines and can't concentrate on Vikings more, which is in my eyes a threat for this show.

Season 4 takes the good things from its predecessors - throws them away - and builds on flawed stuff of the first three seasons - which is emptiness, story distraction and fade-away from Ragnar.

Starting with the most serious issue - Ragnar, it was perhaps the worst decision in the whole show to screw him up.

For the entire season 4a, he feels old and tired, doesn't have any desire to explore and raid, doesn't care for his people and children much, and as if it wasn't already too bad, we have to watch him as he becomes a drug addict.

This alone is just enough for me. The writers basically take the character majority of viewers cares about most and flush him into toilet.

I know he must die eventually, but instead of seeing him suffering for about 9 hours!! Another issue, that hardly appeared in the first three series - there are many meaningless scenes which just kind of fill the time.

Consider the whole Wessex feminist thing with Judith - so much time is wasted on her becoming tough and independent, but I don't see a reason why - this is something suitable for 20th century, not 9th.

On the other hand there is not much explanation on key events such as why Rollo gave up on his manhood and turned into french nobleman and loving husband so easily.

The emptiness and anarchy I was talking about is really apparent in season 4. It is no more the king Ragnar and his people or the vibrant society from early seasons, it is a mixture of random characters with no depth being around.

Typical ruling day of king Ragnar consists of throwing knives, ignoring everyone, doing crazy stuff and taking drugs in the shack, stalking on the rooftop and making a foreplay with that Chinese girl.

Björn tries to look as serious as possible, which makes his character so flat it makes me wonder about Ragnar's successor's ability to lead the show I doubt any of the sons is capable of that.

Than the whole thing with Erlendur's revenge is wasted, as everybody knows from the start Björn will not die and Erlendur has even got no plan; when Kalf was still alive, there was a chance to take advantage of it, but now he wants to kill Björn and then will see what's next, probably.

I totally agree with others that it has become a soap opera. Consider king Finehair's arrival. It peaks at the end of an episode, when he basically says in front of everybody he wants to overthrow Ragnar, but that situation is not expanded in the next episode, which is typical for soap operas.

Speaking of new characters, they are very uninteresting, and especially Yidu is a complete waste of time, and besides I find presence of a Chinese in the fjord disturbing, she just shouldn't be there; her only purpose is to be a drug dealer anyway.

Then there is lot of uninteresting talking about family, children everybody is with a child now, hearing this gives me an allergic reaction and how it is being a father, which is just boring.

And I can't help myself, but the families look like projections of 21th western family values - different from earlier seasons where we could see more freedom in sexual life and less sensitivity about children and death.

Overall the episodes are too talkative and while basically nothing happens in most episodes, everything must have happened in the last one and it created a big mess, but I will not comment on that.

For me, Vikings end with the season 3 and the 4a just does not exist. I am actually reviewing the first season recently and friend I enjoy it as never, because I have found the old Ragnar again and the true nature of Vikings with him.

I've been looking forward to a viking film or TV series for many years, and when my wishes were finally granted, I was very worried that this production was going to be total crap.

After viewing the first two episodes I do not worry about that anymore. Thank you, Odin:- As a person of some historical knowledge of the viking era, I can point out numerous flaws - but they don't ruin the story for me, so I will let them slip.

Historical accounts about those days are, after all, not entirely reliable. Happy to see Travis Fimmel in a role that totally suits him.

A physical and intense character, with that spice of humor that is the viking trademark from the sagas. Gabriel Byrne plays a stern leader, that made me think of him in "Prince of Jutland", and Clive Standen seems like he's going to surprise us.

Been pondering the Game of Thrones comparison, since I love that show too, but in my opinion Vikings has its own thing going on. Way fewer lead characters to begin with, and also a more straight forward approach.

Plenty of room for more series with this high class! S4 and 5 is a complete mess with no substance It is my first review on IMDB, with such disappointment i felt like i had to do it and as a big fan, it is really hard for me to rate this gem so poorly but here is my reasons: First seasons was so great, i was telling everyone that this show is way better than Game of Thrones and was so hyped about it,and i guess this is the reason for the big failure followed by next seasons.

Not sure whether the producers decided to make it as provocative and shocking as GoT or they were out of ideas and decided just to add random boring side stories and dialogues.

I wont mention specific scenes to avoid spoilers, but the last season is such a waste of time, there is like 10 percent progress and the rest is boring, emotionless, banal dialogues with characters who you got no emotional bond with and even question their existence in this series not minding the horrible acting from some of these.

The first few seasons were genius: It was a refreshing new genre with an awesome cultural touch to it. Even if the timeline wasn't accurate and some characters were thrown together to allow a great story, the show had close to no flaws.

Ragnar was a great protagnist and many supporting roles were well introduced. The religious conflict some of the characters had to face was one of the most enjoyable part of the whole tv show.

Unfortunately you can easily point out at what moment the producers decided to make another greedy show and ruin what was built during the first 3 seasons.

This seems to be a rather frequent problem nowadays. In this show it they could simply have created a spin-off and named it "the sons of Ragnar".

They could have carried on with whatever they wanted without bombing the story of Ragnar. I am pretty sure that the show wasn't meant to be a financial succes, but once they realised it could become one, fan service begun.

Hopefully this trend will end soon and we get producers that carry more about art than money. That will maybe allow us to get some shows that end at the right time and will be enjoyable to rewatch.

I didn't know what I was getting into but Ragnar had me pulled intro the show. He kinda reminded me of the main character from sons of anarchy Jax.

This playful attitude while being a fierce man. This guy has only 5 facial expressions throughout the entire season he play in and also can speak on one specific tone of voice.

No I get that he had to have something special, cause Ivar the boneless. But this kind of tormented the final season.

On a side note: Ivar the boneless did have leggs in the tales that where told about him, it is assumed he couldn't have sex or get children.

And that is why he was called over the "boneless". I made it up to halfway through season 4 but then lost interest.

In most things the characters are developed in such a way that the viewer understands their motivation and generally wind up rooting for them.

This was certainly the case in a certain other show that was based in a fictional medieval world. However in Vikings I found that pretty much everyone was unlikable and so I didn't really care less what was happening and to whom.

Furthermore the stories became full of weird and totally pointless events that seemed to only exist to fill in the time. An example of this is what was going on in Kattegat while the Vikings were being defeated in Paris or the point of that character King Harald Finehair who goes along for the ride.

None of this is relevant because nothing comes of any of this and straight after the defeat in Paris we jump forward several years when we see Lagertha practising some sort of martial art fighting with her new girlfriend.

Sorry, all too random I didn't know if this would be any good but I'm most certainly intrigued. It's well written, exciting and charming.

I love Norse Mythology and I am very happy that this show aired, I just hope it continues going in a good direction.

Will watch the rest of season 5 in the hope that things turn around, but I loved this show the most when Ragnar was King The show is still good, but just doesn't have the same spark it had when Ragnar and Rollo were key figures in the story.

I'm puzzled about why Ragnar's sons never took his body or his bones home for a proper Viking funeral to honor him, where was he buried if they didn't?

They went all the way to the place he apparently died, but there's no mention of a grave? Really enjoyed this show early on.

Then the show started downhill with the fading of Ragnar. His character became a drag on the show until he was killed and instead of turning to Bjorn and Lagertha likeable characters you were invested in from the beginning , they went to Ivar, who is incredibly unlikeable.

Bobdatart 5 March I really enjoyed this first episode. Writing is strong. Acting is good and more importantly I am really fascinated by the characters.

The most impressive thing however was the look of the show. Photography, art direction and just whole look is so lush and rich looks like a feature film.

Cant wait for episode 2! Both Travis and Gabriel Byne both shine in their roles. I do hope a season 2 is in the works. I have read a lot about vikings and I can see the makes really went to great lengths to bring the true viking ways to the screen.

Especially the religion and gods. I am a fan GOT and this show is great that it delves into the ancient world, but this show has a different flavor.

More raw and intense, but still with a nice magical feel to it. Loved the show and would have given it a solid 9 but since the writers killed Ragner they killed the show at the same time.

It's as simple as that. Maybe it isn't real percent history. Some liberties were taken, but for the most part is seems to ring true.

At times it almost seems like a contemporary crime drama, but the facts are there-the raids on British monastaries that did occur in the late 8th century, a fairly realistic depiction on what Norse life was probably like at this timeline, the spectacular countryside with its majestic forests and rivers, and the depictions of the Vikings themselves.

Savage, eager to loot and plunder, but nevertheless bound by a sort of code of honor. Their acts are savage and the chieftan seems more like a medieval Godfather who uses his power for his own personal gain and who is not above killing somebody on the spot if he is displeased with his actions.

The storyline is fairly literate and not the usual mindless adventure that too many of these movies present to us, and the characters are convincingly drawn and likely motivated.

The music is good and the full size replicas of the ships are very accurate. Even the deliberate pace works to its advantage, we are never rushed and the story develops as it moves along.

It is never dull and there is plenty of interest to engage the viewer. However, if you are put off by graphic violence , don't watch it.

Those times were fairly brutal. Fine entertainment. Enjoy it. Season 2 Review: Fimmel, Katheryn Winnick and the rest of the cast remain, like the show, better than the material probably needs to be a commercial success, and thus strong enough that Vikings remains a genuine pleasure rather than a guilty one.

Ken Tucker Feb 19, Season 3 Review: Here is a series for an American audience that grants us the intelligence to be able to read subtitles, which are deployed to help convey the tart flavor of the various tongues spoken in the show.

Verne Gay Feb 28, Season 1 Review: Vikings quickly settles into a fairly routine sword-and-sandal epic narrative that revolves around a sociopath overlord and the subjects who dare to challenge his authority.

But it gets better. Genevieve Valentine Feb 27, Neil Genzlinger Mar 1, Season 1 Review: Vikings is a mini-series about a band of professional pillagers with a disregard for human life and a relentless focus on gratifying material desires.

So it is somewhat surprising that it is also a refreshing study in restraint. David Wiegand Feb 28, Season 1 Review: Mostly, though, Vikings is disappointing because so much of the component parts are good but are ill served by flabby direction and a gassy script.

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Season's is one of the greatest shows ever made. Ragnar is my favourite character of all time. Travis Fimmel is so good as Ragnar. The story is really about Ragnar and his family.

He is a simple Viking that is a farmer. He want's to raid new lands with his brother Rollo and other Season's is one of the greatest shows ever made.

He want's to raid new lands with his brother Rollo and other Vikings. This is how the story starts out. And along the way you see him rise and fall.

You get invested in his character. The writing is so good seasons Season 5 was terrible and pretty much a different show.

So I don't really count it. Akidoma Jun 21, Immediate immersion, successive scenes, and captivate us with the novelty brought by these Scandinavian civilizations little known to the general public.

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All Change. View All Videos 1. View All Photos Series 1 begins with a Viking named Ragnar Lothbrok trying to pursuade those around him to invade England.

Ragnar's desire for more wealth and power grow and along the way he makes a powerful enemy in the form of Earl Haraldson.

Michael Hirst. Cast Gabriel Byrne as Earl Haraldson. Katheryn Winnick as Lagertha. Alexander Ludwig as Bjorn.

Travis Fimmel as Ragnar Lothbrok. Jessalyn Gilsig as Siggy. George Blagden as Athelstan. Ivan Kaye as King Aelle.

Clive Standen as Rollo. Ruby O'Leary as Gyda. Alyssa Sutherland as Aslaug. Linus Roache as King Ecbert.

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I love every minute of it. Without this season there wouldn't of been a season 2. Deedee L. May 08, This show is so slow and boring.

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They have done a great job on this show. History Channel decided to double the earnings by doubling the number of episodes in season 4.

Without enough content to fill the episodes, the show became slow and boring. I decided to stop watching it by the end of season 4 because I realized it was declining.

I don't want to screw up my good memories. The moment that Ragnar dies, the whole show dies. After that just miserable screenwriting and poor acting from everyone trying to mimic Ragnar.

The show completely dies in season four. In history, he was the last true Viking to battle the heathens and try to take over their colonies.

It started off so promising, too. Bjorn becomes only good for trying to bed every semi-attractive woman who carries a sword.

It turns into stupid drama and begins to more so ressemble a cable TV soap opera. I'm finishing it because there's only season 6 left anyways.

It was a great show for its majority, and I hope that season 6 can redeem itself. Poor casting and not enough direction from the writers in the later seasons is what ruins it.

I've been waiting for someone to make a good series about the vikings. I'm from Norway myself, and I'm naturally interested in our history.

I've only seen two episodes so far, but I have to say - it really looks promising. The surroundings and nature in the two first episodes is exactly how it looks in "Vestlandet", the western parts of Norway.

Stunnings fjords with waterfalls cascading down the sides. It really looks authentic. The acting is mostly top notch, a few short scenes aren't that great but it's hardly mentionable.

It's pretty clever actually. Fun fact: When the Vikings invaded the British isles they could understand each other's languages. The story itself is really exciting, and I just want to watch more..

I can hardly wait for the next episode to be released. I don't know so much about the Ragnar Lodbrok character, but Rollo Gangarolf is a very famous character in the Norse sagas.

I highly recommend this show, and I really hope they continue making this for several seasons. After last season S6 , clearly you can see a few youngs actress are trying to be good enough like Travis Fimmel or i see they are pretending.

The storyline and role-playing are really weak. Trying to pretend first half of fourth season did not happen hptmbedra 10 May First of all let me say the first 3 seasons were good, in fact the first two were just great.

There is Viking tradition, there are interesting social and cultural differences between Northmen and others, there is vibrant Viking society and mainly, there is Ragnar; cunning Ragnar, who would "give far more than his eye to acquire knowledge".

He is a man of progress, whose logic and wit wins against rigidity and stupidity. He is the man, who comes up with new ideas and surprises everyone who wants to defeat him.

Finally, he is the only one capable of carrying this show and pushing it forward. The third season is also pretty good, although it had slowed down a little bit, dragging the story slowly around, but who cares when Ragnar is going to raid the Paris whatever the cost!

As much I like the first three seasons, there is one thing that kept bothering me throughout second and the third one especially.

Every time Ragnar kills some of his enemies earl Haraldson, king Horik , he creates some kind of vacuum in the society he is not able to fill.

Yes, he becomes earl and than king nominally, but he doesn't quite behave like one! I mean as Haraldson had been an earl, he had counselor Svein for the dirty stuff and his guard, he was a judge in fact , blessed children etc.

Not so with Ragnar; he is just kind of there, not ruling whatsoever, and sometimes it just feels like anarchy there, which I find not entirely plausible.

Additionaly, as I have mentioned, there is a feeling of emptiness because of this, emptiness, which I am not quite able to describe.

Maybe it is happening, because the second and third series already follows more story lines and can't concentrate on Vikings more, which is in my eyes a threat for this show.

Season 4 takes the good things from its predecessors - throws them away - and builds on flawed stuff of the first three seasons - which is emptiness, story distraction and fade-away from Ragnar.

Starting with the most serious issue - Ragnar, it was perhaps the worst decision in the whole show to screw him up. For the entire season 4a, he feels old and tired, doesn't have any desire to explore and raid, doesn't care for his people and children much, and as if it wasn't already too bad, we have to watch him as he becomes a drug addict.

This alone is just enough for me. The writers basically take the character majority of viewers cares about most and flush him into toilet.

I know he must die eventually, but instead of seeing him suffering for about 9 hours!! Another issue, that hardly appeared in the first three series - there are many meaningless scenes which just kind of fill the time.

Consider the whole Wessex feminist thing with Judith - so much time is wasted on her becoming tough and independent, but I don't see a reason why - this is something suitable for 20th century, not 9th.

On the other hand there is not much explanation on key events such as why Rollo gave up on his manhood and turned into french nobleman and loving husband so easily.

The emptiness and anarchy I was talking about is really apparent in season 4. It is no more the king Ragnar and his people or the vibrant society from early seasons, it is a mixture of random characters with no depth being around.

Typical ruling day of king Ragnar consists of throwing knives, ignoring everyone, doing crazy stuff and taking drugs in the shack, stalking on the rooftop and making a foreplay with that Chinese girl.

Björn tries to look as serious as possible, which makes his character so flat it makes me wonder about Ragnar's successor's ability to lead the show I doubt any of the sons is capable of that.

Than the whole thing with Erlendur's revenge is wasted, as everybody knows from the start Björn will not die and Erlendur has even got no plan; when Kalf was still alive, there was a chance to take advantage of it, but now he wants to kill Björn and then will see what's next, probably.

I totally agree with others that it has become a soap opera. Consider king Finehair's arrival. It peaks at the end of an episode, when he basically says in front of everybody he wants to overthrow Ragnar, but that situation is not expanded in the next episode, which is typical for soap operas.

Speaking of new characters, they are very uninteresting, and especially Yidu is a complete waste of time, and besides I find presence of a Chinese in the fjord disturbing, she just shouldn't be there; her only purpose is to be a drug dealer anyway.

Then there is lot of uninteresting talking about family, children everybody is with a child now, hearing this gives me an allergic reaction and how it is being a father, which is just boring.

And I can't help myself, but the families look like projections of 21th western family values - different from earlier seasons where we could see more freedom in sexual life and less sensitivity about children and death.

Overall the episodes are too talkative and while basically nothing happens in most episodes, everything must have happened in the last one and it created a big mess, but I will not comment on that.

For me, Vikings end with the season 3 and the 4a just does not exist. I am actually reviewing the first season recently and friend I enjoy it as never, because I have found the old Ragnar again and the true nature of Vikings with him.

I've been looking forward to a viking film or TV series for many years, and when my wishes were finally granted, I was very worried that this production was going to be total crap.

After viewing the first two episodes I do not worry about that anymore. Thank you, Odin:- As a person of some historical knowledge of the viking era, I can point out numerous flaws - but they don't ruin the story for me, so I will let them slip.

Historical accounts about those days are, after all, not entirely reliable. Happy to see Travis Fimmel in a role that totally suits him.

A physical and intense character, with that spice of humor that is the viking trademark from the sagas. Gabriel Byrne plays a stern leader, that made me think of him in "Prince of Jutland", and Clive Standen seems like he's going to surprise us.

Been pondering the Game of Thrones comparison, since I love that show too, but in my opinion Vikings has its own thing going on.

Way fewer lead characters to begin with, and also a more straight forward approach. Plenty of room for more series with this high class!

S4 and 5 is a complete mess with no substance It is my first review on IMDB, with such disappointment i felt like i had to do it and as a big fan, it is really hard for me to rate this gem so poorly but here is my reasons: First seasons was so great, i was telling everyone that this show is way better than Game of Thrones and was so hyped about it,and i guess this is the reason for the big failure followed by next seasons.

Not sure whether the producers decided to make it as provocative and shocking as GoT or they were out of ideas and decided just to add random boring side stories and dialogues.

I wont mention specific scenes to avoid spoilers, but the last season is such a waste of time, there is like 10 percent progress and the rest is boring, emotionless, banal dialogues with characters who you got no emotional bond with and even question their existence in this series not minding the horrible acting from some of these.

The first few seasons were genius: It was a refreshing new genre with an awesome cultural touch to it. Even if the timeline wasn't accurate and some characters were thrown together to allow a great story, the show had close to no flaws.

Ragnar was a great protagnist and many supporting roles were well introduced. The religious conflict some of the characters had to face was one of the most enjoyable part of the whole tv show.

Unfortunately you can easily point out at what moment the producers decided to make another greedy show and ruin what was built during the first 3 seasons.

This seems to be a rather frequent problem nowadays. In this show it they could simply have created a spin-off and named it "the sons of Ragnar".

They could have carried on with whatever they wanted without bombing the story of Ragnar. I am pretty sure that the show wasn't meant to be a financial succes, but once they realised it could become one, fan service begun.

Hopefully this trend will end soon and we get producers that carry more about art than money. That will maybe allow us to get some shows that end at the right time and will be enjoyable to rewatch.

I didn't know what I was getting into but Ragnar had me pulled intro the show. He kinda reminded me of the main character from sons of anarchy Jax.

This playful attitude while being a fierce man. This guy has only 5 facial expressions throughout the entire season he play in and also can speak on one specific tone of voice.

No I get that he had to have something special, cause Ivar the boneless. But this kind of tormented the final season. On a side note: Ivar the boneless did have leggs in the tales that where told about him, it is assumed he couldn't have sex or get children.

And that is why he was called over the "boneless". I made it up to halfway through season 4 but then lost interest. In most things the characters are developed in such a way that the viewer understands their motivation and generally wind up rooting for them.

This was certainly the case in a certain other show that was based in a fictional medieval world.

However in Vikings I found that pretty much everyone was unlikable and so I didn't really care less what was happening and to whom.

Furthermore the stories became full of weird and totally pointless events that seemed to only exist to fill in the time.

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