'Vikings' Season 5 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Travis Fimmel Confirmed To Return As Ragnar Lothbrok, Survives Disasterous Wessex Attack?

By Belle Smith , Updated Nov 11, 2016 12:12 PM EST

People are already worried that Ragnar Lothbrok will be one of the major characters who will get killed off in the second half of "Vikings" Season 4. But is it possible that Travis Fimmel will still be back in "Vikings" Season 5?

There are already speculations that Ragnar Lothbrok will die in "Vikings" 4B after a disasterous attack on Wessex that gets him captured by King Ecbert. However, there are speculations that Travis Fimmel's character will survive and is set to return in "Vikings" Season 5!

Travis Fimmel Set To Return In 'Vikings' Season 5? Ragnar Lothbrok Still Alive?

The back end of "Vikings" Season 4 will finally air on November 30 and fans are already expecting Ragnar Lothbrok to declare war on Wessex. However, GamenGuide has previously reported how the synopses for the first five episodes reveal Ragnar's attack is not successful. Nevertheless, some believe his capture will not lead to Ragnar's death and he will be back in "Vikings" Season 5.

There are speculations that Travis Fimmel will reprise his role as Ragnar Lothbrok in "Vikings" Season 5. Some fans believe that King Ecbert will decide not to hand Ragnar over to King Aelle of Northumbria and that the King of Kattegat will survive another season.

When Is The 'Vikings' Season 5 Air Date?

Here's the not-so-good-news: fans will need to wait a little longer before the premiere of "Vikings" Season 5. It is possible that the series will not air immediately after the conclusion of the fourth season. There is a possibility that Season 5 air date will be moved to early fall 2017.

Do you think Travis Fimmel will be back as Ragnar Lothbrok in "Vikings" Season 5? Can Ragnar survive the second half of the fourth season and live a longer life on the show? Let us know in the comments below.

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