HISTORYPreviews YouTube Channel video: Sneak peek of Season 1, Episode 6: "Burial of the Dead" featuring the one-on-one duel between Ragnar and Earl Haraldson. Uploaded March 21, 2013. http://youtu.be/J1Ehqn19de0
Huge Congrat's to all the cast and crew of #Vikings. It's official..Season 2 here we go!See you all in Ireland!
— Katheryn Winnick (@KatherynWinnick) April 5, 2013
But in a few weeks, there'll be almost a year's wait for new episodes and people will really be jonesing for a Vikings fix.
Especially if what star Travis Fimmel says is true about the last four episodes of season one stating Sunday night being the best ones yet.
History Channel's push into scripted television has been paying off and earned its first drama series another year.
On Friday, the cable network announced that it's renewing "Vikings" for a 10-episode second season. The renewal arrives just five episodes into the season and four episodes left before its finale on Sunday, April 28 at 10 p.m.
My last post on Vikings was on March 12, 2013, titled,
Odin of Asgard sez: Amusing tweet by actor Donal Logue re TV's version of Miami, no doubt sent while on his couch in LA waiting for his agent to call back with good news about him nailing yet another audition; he's consistently good in everything he plays, and we both LOVE @HistoryVikings -except he's in it, I'm just watching it on TV; #TravisFimmel and @KatherynWinnick are perfect choices to play #RagnarLothbrok and Lagertha; Jag älskar Lagertha!