The ancient drama The Last Kingdom, which is packed with war, action, and fights, has been ruling hearts from the past three seasons, and the makers are back with the fourth season, which is going to be even more exciting and action-packed. To know all the details about the fourth part of the series, read the space below.
The Last Kingdom Season 4 Release Date: when is it going to release?
The show renewal was announced by Netflix in December 2018, later Netflix confirmed that filming had begun, and there will be a total of ten episodes in this season. According to all the hints season, two is likely to release in late 2020.
The Last Kingdom Season 4 Cast: who will all be back?
Alexander Dreymon is all set to return as Uhtred of Bebbanburg, and with all the alliances between the kingdom being fractured, he believes that it is the right time to challenge his uncle Aelfric, played by Joseph Millson.
Other actors returning for the fourth season are Ian Hart as father Beocca, Toby Regbo as Athelred, Emily Cox as Brida, Timothy Innes as Kind Edward, Eliza Butterworth as Aelswith, Mark Rowley as Finan, Millie Brady as Aethelflaed, Magnus Bruun as Cnut and Jeppe Beck Laursen as Hasten.
There are also some newcomers for the upcoming season, which includes Stefanie Martini (Prime Suspect 1973 star) will join the cast as Eadith, who will be Athelred’s, new love interest. Jamie Blackley (The Halcyon, If I Stay) will join the cast as Aethelred’s new right-hand man Eardwulf.
The Last Kingdom Season 4 Plot: what is going to happen?
The show is based on the novel ‘The Saxon, which depicts the story of ancient times, i.e., the ninth century AD. The protagonist is the son of Uhtred of Bebbanburg, a Saxon boy who is raised by Danes. For now, there are no specific details related to the plot, but it is expected that season four will follow the next part of the novel.
The Last Kingdom Season 4 Trailer: when will trailer release?
For now, there is no trailer, but according to sources, Netflix is planning to release the trailer somewhere in the mid-2020s.