Vikings season 6 part 2 trailer: Is there an official trailer for Part B?

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Vikings season six, part two, is due to land on History and Prime Video before the end of the year and fans are eager to find out what they can expect. A couple of teaser videos have dropped in 2020, but fans are keen to find out whether History has released an official trailer for the final instalment. has everything you need to know about when to expect a trailer for season six, part B of Vikings.

Is there an official trailer for Vikings season 6 Part B?

Fans were sad to hear that the second half of season six will be the final instalment of Vikings, which has been airing since 2013.

Part A of the final season arrived in December 2019 and it saw Prince Oleg (played by Danila Kozlovsky) and the Rus Vikings team up with Ivar the Boneless (Alex Høgh Andersen) in an attack on Scandinavia.

During the huge battle Ivar stabbed his brother Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig) and fans thought he had been left for dead.

However, during the virtual Comic-Con @ Home event in 2020, a short teaser was released which showed how Bjorn Ironside was still alive.

The preview clip filled in some gaps for fans, as it also confirmed how Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) discovers a new community, but they are still awaiting an official trailer from History.

Mustafa-ali123 said on Reddit: “Still no trailer for season 6b?” to which WhoNo12 responded: “It’s pretty unbelievable. The last season ever and no trailer this close to release.”

As this is the final season of the series, fans were hoping there would be more promotional material this year.

Some fans have suggested the official trailer should arrive at some point in October, as the trailer for the first half of season six was dropped exactly a year ago this month.

LawrenStewart responded to the question with: “Not yet but given when the one for 6A dropped we might get one this week or later this month.”

Mustafa-ali123 replied: “I thought it would drop today because it’s been one year since 6a trailer dropped.”

As fans still do not know the official release date for the final half of season six, they are hoping a new trailer will give some insight.

A new trailer is not likely to drop until the History Channel is ready to reveal the official release date for the final episodes.

The first episode of season six arrived on December 4, 2019, so fans are expecting episode 11 to land in early December 2020.

The second half of the season will be made up of 10 episodes, and they are expected to air weekly like in previous seasons.

Fans are keen to find out whether Ivar sees his comeuppance in the final episodes, as creator Michael Hirst has revealed a “satisfying” ending.

Some viewers believe Ivar has been leading Oleg into a trap, and he may join his brothers to overthrow Oleg in a huge plot twist.

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Another reason viewers are eager to see a trailer is that they are hoping to find out whether Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård) is dead or alive.

When Floki was last on screens he was trapped in a cave in Iceland, and Ubbe and his wife Torvi (Georgia Hirst) had hoped they would find him.

Other questions yet to be answered in the trailer surround the fates of King Harald (Peter Franzén) and Gunnhild (Ragga Ragnars) who were both injured in battle.

Gunnhild ended up jumping into the sea to escape arrows that were fired at her by Ivar and his army, while Harald suffered a seemingly fatal blow on the beach.

Normal1 said on Reddit: “I’m wondering how much they’re going to veer away from the sagas in regards to Bjorn and Harald. They’ve always played it loose, since there’s not a lot of historical info to go on, and that’s given the show a lot of freedom.

“But I can’t see writing off two main characters like they were extras, because of that little history we have on them. And, this show loves drawing out death scenes too much.”

Franzén has been working on other projects as of late, including a short film called Fated, which is also about Vikings.

He said on Instagram: “Age of Vikings: FATED is a teaser made with a limited budget – and the first instalment in a series set in the Viking Age. It follows a group of grizzled Viking veterans returning to their homeland after spending many ill-fated years abroad.”

Skarsgård has indicated his character may not appear in the trailer for the final episodes, as he said back in December 2019: “Who’s ready for season six? Floki might not have made it out of the cave but I’m as excited as the rest of you to follow the fates of all the other characters! Hail King Björn!”

There is no knowing how the coronavirus outbreak has impacted the release of the final episodes, but there is hope a trailer will be released in the next couple of weeks.

History has not released any news about a new trailer just yet, but will update this story when a trailer finally comes to light.

Vikings airs on History and Prime Video

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