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VIKINGS: Season 4, Episode 5: Promised Trailer [History]

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Vikings Promised Trailer. History‘s Vikings Season 4, Episode 5: Promised TV Show Trailer stars Travis Fimmel, Clive Standen, Gustaf Skarsgård, Katheryn Winnick, Alyssa Sutherland and Alexander Ludwig. In Promised, it looks like the women of Vikings will be tested. Lagertha (Winnick) may be creating a dynasty with her shield maidens beside her. Queen Aslaug (Sutherland) is also going through quite a bit with a wayward husband and a vulnerable child. In Wessex, Princess Judith (Jennie Jacques) faces off against her husband. That is just half the story.

Promised promises to deepen several relationships and threatens to shred others into tiny pieces. Floki (Skarsgård) seems to be making friends with Ragnar’s (Fimmel) rivals. There is an air of betrayal as those whom Count Odo (Owen Roe) trusts plot against him. King Ecbert (Linus Roache) agrees to support Queen Kwenthrith (Amy Bailey) in Mercia. Pregnancy brings happiness to Lagertha  and Kalf (Ben Robson) and a marriage is arranged. Source: History. Check out the trailer for Promised:

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