A picture of the production set of "Vikings" TV series by History Channel. Vikings/ Facebook

Filming of “Vikings” season 6 is currently ongoing in full swing. Cast members Katheryn Winnick (Lagertha) and Alex Høgh Andersen (Ivar) have shared a glimpse of how they have fun behind-the-scenes. While the production continues, fans still wait for the premiere of season 5.

The behind-the-scenes picture Winnick shared online (see below) shows the cast and crew preparing to film a scene. The Vikings are preparing for a journey in their long boats to an unknown destination.

The actress also shared a behind-the-scenes video (see below) of the boat journey. While the extras were busy preparing to film the scene of the fierce warriors rowing the boat, not everyone was keen to show their face on the camera.

Andersen also shared a video (see below) in full costume. The actor was rehearsing to play the important role of the son of Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel), but things didn’t exactly go as planned. He decided to share the funny moment with the fans by posting the video for everyone to see.

Meanwhile, fans are eager to first see what the TV series has in store in season 5. The trailers of next season tease a big battle between Ivar and Lagertha. There may be a few big deaths during these battles, but it seems like both Andersen and Winnick’s characters will make it out alive this year.

Winnick will also be making her directorial debut in season 6. The announcement led to some concerns about the possible death of Lagertha. Whether or not the character survives this year will be known when the show airs.

“Vikings” season 5 is set to premiere on Nov. 29. Just as before, there will be a total of 20 episodes this year.


Back shooting.. Vikings season 6. ⚔️

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Keeping it real. Behind the scenes of last weeks #Vikings shoot.. _ #hidefromshot #assistantdirector @laurelkgraham32

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Work hard, play hard. @historyvikings

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