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Finally a great news for the fans who are anxiously anticipating a word on when the next bundle of episodes. Netflix has renewed The Last Kingdom’s fifth season.
Of course, with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there are problems around the world, it will be a challenge to create another series and it could take longer than usual. We have no doubt that the wait will be worth it even after a recent tease from The Last Kingdom creators claimed Uhtred’s “greatest heartbreak” in the story to come. Until then, if they want more Uhtreds in their lives and wish to be ahead of the curve, fans should read The Last Kingdom books.
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Bernard Cornwell’s popular series of historical fiction novels is about to get its 13th (and final) installment, so there’s a wealth of material to get stuck into, which could mean additional seasons in the future.
Season four was another action-packed excursion for Uhtread, Bebbanburg, and the allied forces, as they were assigned with warding off attacks from even more Viking invaders. This is always the case with Aethelred of Mercia among the casualties. The battles took a heavy toll, leaving his empire without even a monarch and open to disrupting from the inside. In the meanwhile, if they want more Uhtreds in their lives and wish to be ahead of the curve, fans may want to read The Last Kingdom books in order. The popular series of historical fiction novels by Bernard Cornwell is about to receive its 13th (and final) installment, so there is a wealth of material to get stuck in, which in the future could mean additional seasons.
When is the launch date for season five of The Last Kingdom?
Revealed: The Last Kingdom is heading back on Netflix for its 5th addition, which is based on the early years of England and will continue the story of Uhtred of Bebbanburg. We had such a warm reception to the last season, so we are excited to bring it back to Netflix for its fifth run. We are elated to give viewers a chance to follow Uhtred in the next stage of his quest with such committed audiences. “