The Last Kingdom is coming to an end. It’s time for Uhtred to say goodbye, but before he does that there will be one more season of The Last Kingdom – Season 5.
The Last Kingdom is a captivating Netflix Original fiction drama that combines epic battles and character development with an excellent story. The series was originally co-produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). But after three seasons entirely developed by Netflix in partnership – all of which are available to stream.
The Last Kingdom Season 5 Release Date
The Last Kingdom is coming to an end but the adventures of Uhtred and his people are not over yet. Netflix announced that this season will be their last, meaning there’ll be no more fighting Danish raiders or solving puzzles with Emma Hawker.
it’s hard to predict when the last kingdom season 5 will return. However, with a pandemic and an outbreak happening throughout Europe right now, many people are speculating late 2021 as being possible for a release date or even sooner than expected.
The Last Kingdom Season 5 Update
The fans are excited to know that this series has been renewed for another season. The fifth season will be the last one, but don’t worry since there’s plenty more where that came from.
The Last Kingdom is about to get even more intense as filming for season five begins. We have seen some photos shared by the fan account on Instagram.
It’s been an emotional rollercoaster. On 18th June 2021, the production team finally thought they would be able to wrap up filming for this season 5 of the series with episode 20. The Last Kingdom returns with ten exciting episodes this year!
The eagerly awaited fifth season is expected to be released on Netflix later in the fall.
The Last of Kingdom Season 5 Cast
It is no surprise that we’re seeing the return of many Last Kingdom characters for season 5. There are only ten episodes in total, but this could be more action-packed than ever before.
Alexander Dreymon as Uhtred, Emily Cox as Brida, Millie Brady as Aethelflaed, Eliza, Butterworth as Aelswith, Timothy Innes as King Edward, Finn Elliot as Young Uhtred, Ruby Hartley as Stiorra, Arnas Fedaravicius as Sihtric, Mark Rowley as Finan, Ewan Mitchell as Osforth, Stefanie Martini as Eadith, Jeppe Beck Laursen as Haesten, Cavan Clerkin as Father Pyrlig, Adrian Schiller as Æthelhelm the Elder, Eysteinn Sigurðarson as Sigtryggr, Ossian Perret as Whitgar.