'Vikings' Season 4 Episode 11 Predictions SPOILERS: Lagertha Overthrows Aslaug, Takes Over Kattegat During Ragnar Lothbrok's Absence?
The women in Ragnar Lothbrok's life are long overdue for a major fight, and it looks like it will finally happen in the second half of "Vikings" Season 4. Lagertha is set for big things in the History series and one of these things will be a huge conflict with Aslaug.
Will the Earl Ingstad manage to overthrow the Queen of Kattegat in "The Outsider"? Will Lagertha then take over and rule Kattegat while Ragnar leads an attack on Wessex in "Vikings" Season 4 Episode 11?
'Vikings' Season 4 Episode 11 Synopsis Teases Lagertha Plans To Overthrow Aslaug?
Gamenguide has previously reported about the official title and synopsis for "Vikings" Season 4 Episode 11. "The Outsider" will find Ragnar Lothbrok getting ready to attack Wessex while Lagertha prepares for "a power play".
Fans believe that this means the Earl Ingstad will choose to stay behind so she can finally take on Aslaug and win Kattegat back from its current queen. But does this mean Lagertha will kill Aslaug during the battle?
Will Lagertha Kill Aslaug To Become Queen Of Kattegat In 'Vikings' Season 4 Episode 11?
It's no secret that Lagertha still despises Aslaug after the princess seduced Ragnar Lothbrok and somehow stole her husband from her in the second season of "Vikings". However, it looks like the Earl Ingstad might have other reasons for wanting to remove the Queen from the throne.
According to creator Michael Hirst, Lagertha sees Aslaug as being unfit to rule Kattegat and might finally do something to make sure she is no longer in power (via Entertainment Weekly). But does thing mean Lagertha will kill Aslaug and rule over Kattegat in Ragnar's absence in "Vikings" Season 4 Episode 11?
Do you think Lagertha will kill Aslaug and usurp Kattegat while Ragnar is in Wessex in "Vikings" Season 4 Episode 11? Find out when "The Outsider" airs on History on November 30. In the meantime, let us know your thoughts on the series in the comments below.