'Vikings' Season 4 Part 2 Latest spoilers, News & Update: Will Ivar The Boneless Survive? Everything That We Need To Know!
"Vikings" Season 4 Part 2 has just resumed. The latest episode left fans hanging on what may happen to Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) and Ivar the Boneless (Alex Hogh Andersen) underwater.
Aslaug (Alyssa Sutherland) had a vision that Ivar will meet his demise once he goes with his father according to a report in Inquisitr. However, he still went with Ragnar despite his mother's vision. It can be recalled that the ship which Ragnar and Ivar went sailing in met an accident and the two of them had been thrown underwater in "Vikings" Season 4 Part 2 Episode 12.
There are hints that the 13th episode of "Vikings" Season 4 Part 2 will have Aethelwulf (Moe Dunford) find Ragnar and Ivar through the shipwreck. King Ecbert (Linus Roache) is also hinted to have a battle with Ragnar upon the latter's return.
In a report from The Siver Times, Ragnar and Ivar are going to move on with their journey towards Wessex in "Vikings" Season 4 Part 2 Episode 13. This journey may not be easy for Ivar because of his incapability but he tries his best to be the next warrior that his father needs him to be.
It has already been reported that Ivar the Boneless has been built up by his father to be the next king. For Ragnar, he possesses the abilities to become the great leader. Despite of the disability, Ragnar believes that Ivar is the best to follow his footsteps in "Vikings" Season 4 part 2.
According to a report in The Latin Post, Ragnar may die in "Vikings" Season 4 Part 2. It is also speculated that Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) will also be killed in the season. However, Ragnar is off to journey towards Wessex and Lagertha is back to battle against Aslaug.
Meanwhile, a new character is set to join "Vikings" Season 5. The series has already been confirmed for a fifth season and Jonathan Rhys Meyers is to join as a villain in the next season.
"Vikings" Season 5 does not have a specific air date yet. In the meantime, catch the series every Wednesdays on History.