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About this title

Storyline

As a child, Uhtred witnessed his father being killed and the Saxon army defeated by invading troops. Danish warlord Earl Ragnar captured Uhtred and raised him in a Danish camp alongside fellow captive Brida, a sharp-tongued girl. Years later, Uhtred is a valiant warrior who is dealt another tragic blow when his home is deliberately set on fire, killing his surrogate family, including Ragnar. Now exiled -- alone except for Brida by his side -- he vows to avenge Ragnar's death and reclaim his homeland. But, he must choose between his birth country and the people who raised him. If he is going to help birth a new nation and ultimately recapture his ancestral land he must walk dangerous path between both sides.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: October 10, 2015

Also Known As: Paskutinioji karalystė, Det siste kongeriket |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

viking
historical fiction
king
historical drama

Company Credits

Production Co: Carnival Film & Television

Cast

Charlie Murphy
as Queen Iseult
Nicholas Asbury
as Brother Iestyn
Caspar Griffiths
as Aethelstan
Alexandre Willaume
as Kjartan
Barry Smith
as Saxon
Cat Kolubayev
as Nun
Andrew Lukacs
as Young Sven
David Schofield
as Abbot Eadred
Geoffrey Thomas
as Priest
Tristan Harland
as Esgar
Sergej Onopko
as Boltan/East Anglican Dane
Andrea Vagn Jensen
as Sigrid
Anastasia Hille
as Abbess
Caroline Boulton
as Lady-in-Waiting
Ceri Murphy
as Welsh Messenger
Magnus Bruun
as Cnut
Yuri Ribeiro
as Viking Warrior/Viking warrior
Marcell Zsolt Halmy
as Aelfweard
Ingar Helge Gimle
as Gelgill
Ruby Hartley
as Stiorra
Adrian Bower
as Leofric
Henrik Lundström
as Rollo
Kristóf Ódor
as Ramparts Dane
Craig Russell
as Welsh Guard
Anthony Cozens
as Aidan
Kenneth M. Christensen
as Hakka
Nóra Hörich
as Pretty Servant
Richard Dillane
as Ludeca
Tamás Szabó Sipos
as Elgin
Toby Regbo
as Aethelred
Thure Lindhardt
as Guthred
Gábor Dióssi
as Hungry Villager
Grant Stimpson
as Bedraggled Man
Arnas Fedaravicius
as Sihtric
Rutger Hauer
as Ravn
Madeleine Power
as Young Thyra
István Áldott
as Dane Warrior
Julia Bache-Wiig
as Thyra
Tibor Milos Krisko
as Rypere
James Oliver Wheatley
as Travelling Musician
Ola Rapace
as Bloodhair
Balázs Csémy
as Young Priest
Jonas Malmsjö
as Skorpa
Tom Fyans
as Saxon Assassin
Ossian Perret
as Wihtgar
Stefanie Martini
as Eadith
Matthew Macfadyen
as Lord Uhtred
Alec Newman
as King Aethelred
Eliza Butterworth
as Aelswith
Kevin Griffiths
as Man in Crowd
Jon Furlong
as Brother Godwin
Harry McEntire
as Aethelwold
Pál Makrai
as Watchman
Victor McGuire
as Oswald
Erik Madsen
as Fiske
Christos Lawton
as Artist
John Micheal Foulger
as Trader
Drew Suttle
as Trader
András Ábel
as Dane Warrior
Nick Wittman
as Digger
Anton Valensi
as Godric
Klári Tolnai
as Sihtric's Wife
James Daltry
as Viking Guard
Tom Taylor
as Young Uhtred
Elizabeth Conboy
as Glenna
Alan David
as Bishop Alewold
Peter Gantzler
as Earl Ragnar
Tobias Santelmann
as Ragnar/Ragnar the Younger
Martin Angerbauer
as Dane Warrior
Tina Gray
as Abbess
James Craze
as Wessex Messenger
Kincso Nora Petho
as Hungry Villager
Jamie Blackley
as Eardwulf
Mihály Hajagos
as Uhtred's Servant
David Gant
as Ceolwulf
Tomas Engström
as Skade's Guard
Declan Hannigan
as Hostage
Millie Brady
as Aethelflaed
Ian Hart
as Beocca/Father Beocca
Angela Bain
as Village Woman
Kimberley Wintle
as Taetan
Jonathan Peck
as Running Man
Debbie Chazen
as Sable
Dorka Gáspárfalvi
as Dane Daughter
Lee Boardman
as Guthlac
Gerard Kearns
as Halig
Antal Leisen
as Creoda
Matthew Steer
as Tortured Monk
Levente Törköly
as Scallion
Nigel Lindsay
as Rhodri
Rune Temte
as Ubba
Richard Waring
as Viking Trader
Ralph Berkin
as Bishop/Priest
Balázs Medveczky
as Uhtred's Brother
Michael Jibson
as Osric
András Korcsmáros
as Healer
Sean Gilder
as Wulfhere
Dean Smith
as Thief
Amelia Clarkson
as Aelflaed
Kevin Eldon
as Bishop Erkenwald
Christopher Sciueref
as Jonis
Alexis Latham
as Man at Witan
Helen Monks
as Gwen
Paul Ritter
as King Peredur
Christian Hillborg
as Erik
Julia Brown
as Ecgwyn/Ecgywn
Christopher Rygh
as Dane Guard
Emily Cox
as Brida
Richard Heap
as Brother Oswi
Nicholas Rowe
as Father Asser
Blanka Györfi-Tóth
as Slave Girl
Ella Bruccoleri
as Younger Nun
Magnus Samuelsson
as Clapa
Ewan Mitchell
as Osferth
Craig Whittaker
as Godric
Ole Christoffer Ertvaag
as Sven
Oscar Skagerberg
as Bjorgulf
Bernard Cornwell
as Beornheard
Timothy Walker
as Selwine
Brian Vernel
as Odda the Younger
Neil Ashton
as Tavern Owner
Daisy May
as Wench
Laura Döbrösi
as Nursemaid
Zoltan Lörincz
as Dane Warrior/Saxon Warrior
Juha-Sakari Hippi
as Desperate Dane
Steffan Rhodri
as King Hywel
Björn Freiberg
as Merchant Warrior
Robert Jarvis
as Saxon Army
Björn Bengtsson
as Sigefrid
Zoltán Zicherman
as Apothecary
Mirjam Novak
as Saxon Woman
Ian Conningham
as Offa
Mark Flitton
as Blacksmith
Ewan Horrocks
as Aelfweard
Ákos Baji
as Archer
Gabriel Harland
as Young Cnut
David Macey
as Slaver
David Dawson
as Alfred
Finn Elliot
as Young Uhtred
Richard Rankin
as Father Hrothweard
John McAllister
as Messenger Boy
Phia Saban
as Aelfwynn
Christian Thorpe
as Dead Body
Henning Valin Jakobsen
as Storri the Sorcerer/Storri the Sorceror/Storri
Martyn Ellis
as Showman
Daniel Tuite
as Brother Hubert
Virág Bárány
as Ecgwynn's Mother
James Northcote
as Aldhelm
Zsófia Dani
as Village Woman
Dorian Lough
as Burgred
Jocelyn Macnab
as Young Brida
Cavan Clerkin
as Pyrlig/Father Pyrlig
Sarah Broadbent
as Slave Woman
Frank Bourke
as Village Man Edwin
Jon Prophet
as Florin
István Koleszár
as Lead Dane
Grahame Fox
as Smith
Adrian Schiller
as Aethelhelm
André Eriksen
as Earl Ulf
Ciarán Owens
as Tidman
Marc Rissmann
as Tekil
Alexander Dreymon
as Uhtred
Mark Rowley
as Finan
Helena Albright
as Aelfwynn
Balázs Veres
as Wessex Soldier/Viking Warrior/Mercia Soldier/Sigebriht's Man/Mercian Citizen/Mercian Soldier/Mercian Villager
Mark Burns
as Slave
Kata Sarbó
as Hostage Woman
Jason Flemyng
as King Edmund
Eysteinn Sigurðarson
as Sigtryggr
Matt Devere
as King Osbert
Iván Fenyö
as Dane Archer
Lorcan Cranitch
as Father Selbix
Eva Birthistle
as Hild
Martin Furulund
as Dane Guard
Peter McDonald
as Brother Trew
Simon Nader
as Young Priest
Thea Sofie Loch Næss
as Skade
Thomas W. Gabrielsson
as Guthrum
Kirill Bánfalvi
as Burgred's Son
Simon Krogh Stenspil
as Dagfinn
Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson
as Sverri
Mike Kelly
as King Aella
Tibor Buch
as Dunholm Watchman
Gabor Borisz Dimity
as Ealdorman of Mercia
Zsolt Viczei
as Tofi
László Mátray
as Messenger
Tygo Gernandt
as Jackdaw
Dénes Ákos Gere
as Lead Dane
Máté Haumann
as Cenric
Kris Taylor
as Saxon Soldier
Grant Crookes
as Saxon
Simon Kunz
as Odda/Odda the Elder
Ágnes Csikász
as Servant Girl
Jeppe Beck Laursen
as Haesten
Mark C. Phelan
as Drunk Man/Priest
Ed Birch
as Sigebriht
Julia Ubrankovics
as Gerberg
David Pearse
as Godwine
Zsofia Farkas
as Aethelflaed
Attila G. Kerekes
as Saxon Warrior
Amy Wren
as Mildrith
Adrian Bouchet
as Steapa
Timothy Innes
as King Edward/Edward
Rachel Bavidge
as Fire Woman
Annamária Bitó
as Aelfwynn
Richard Clews
as Eilaf
Endre Beleznay
as Hungry Villager
Oengus MacNamara
as Bjorn
Attila Beko
as Wessex Warrior
Nikolett Barabas
as Eanflaed
Ilona Kassai
as Old Lady
Joseph Millson
as Aelfric
Andy Gathergood
as Edgar the Archer
Peri Baumeister
as Gisela

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2015 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2017 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 4

2020 | 10 Episodes

Season 5

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Bafta TV Craft 2016

Nominee

Bafta TV Craft

Special, Visual & Graphic Effects

Nominee

Bafta TV Craft

Titles & Graphic Identity

Royal Television Society, UK 2016

Nominee

Royal Television Society, UK

Drama Series

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