“Vikings” Season 6 Part 2: Will Katheryn Winnick Be Back In Final Episodes?

As you all know, “Vikings” Season 6 Part 2 will be returning soon this December. All the fans are happy as well as excited to know that they are going to watch their favorite show without waiting for a long time.

Now, almost all the fans, as well as viewers, are wondering if Katheryn Winnick will be returning to reprise her character role as Lagertha. Here’s everything we know about the upcoming episodes of “Vikings” Season 6 Part 2.

“Vikings” is a historical drama television series that happens to have a huge number of fans all over the globe. It is a History Original series that did premiere its first season back on 3 March 2013.

There is a large number of viewers who have been watching the series from the beginning. They have been waiting for each and every season to release. Now that the “Vikings” Season 6 Part 2 will be releasing soon, it is a great relief. The last episodes, Episode 11 and Episode 12 will be releasing on 30 December 2020.

Fans Hope That Katheryn Winnick Will Return 

Katheryn Winnick is among the lead characters of the “Vikings” series. She has been an important part of the series since the beginning. Unfortunately, Lagertha AKA Katheryn Winnick did die in the first part of “Vikings” Season 6.

But all the fans are hoping for the talented character to return back in the final episodes of “Vikings” Season 6 Part 2.

As you all have watched, the life of Lagertha came to an end in the sixth episode of “Vikings” Season 6. The title of episode six is Death and the Serpent. As Ragnar’s Son did manage to kill Lagertha, it was able to fulfill the prophecy of Seer.

It was Hvitserk who did kill Lagertha while believing that it was the serpent’s body he was killing. But still, fans are hoping that their favorite character will return as Lagertha in the final episodes of “Vikings” Season 6 Part 2.

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