The Last Kingdom: Season 1

The Last Kingdom: Season 1

The Last Kingdom: Season 1

History, politics and bloodthirsty action collide in this British series following a Saxon-born Viking looking to claim his ancestral birthright, and the kingdom led by Alfred the Great as they defend themselves from Norse invaders.

2015UK
ActionHistorical

Streaming (1 Provider)

Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Episode 1

Saxon boy Uhtred is seized by a Danish warlord. Years... More later he embarks on a quest of revenge to reclaim his inheritance and discover who he is - Saxon or Dane.

EPISODE 1.2

Episode 2

No longer Saxon or Dane, Uhtred and his best friend... More Brida are fugitives on the run from Uhtred’s uncle Aelfric. Finding himself blamed for a wedding massacre, Uhtred pleads his innocence to the great Viking warlord Ubba, but is not believed. His only choice is to return to his Saxon roots and approach the soon-to-be king, Alfred.

EPISODE 1.3

Episode 3

Uhtred wins the protection of Alfred, but his relationship with... More Brida is jeopardized.

EPISODE 1.4

Episode 4

King Alfred keeps Uhtred close with a tactical play, but... More Uhtred soon realizes he's been tricked. Meanwhile, a great battle looms over Wessex.

EPISODE 1.5

Episode 5

Uhtred volunteers to attack Danish ships, but challenges Ubba in... More the process as the Danes threaten Wessex.

EPISODE 1.6

Episode 6

Uhtred leads a raiding party to Cornwall on a mission... More for wealth and independence and attracts the attention of a beautiful sorceress queen.

EPISODE 1.7

Episode 7

As a consequence of their actions in Cornwall, Uhtred and... More Leofric face off in a death match. The Danes launch an invasion of Wessex.

EPISODE 1.8

Episode 8

A united King Alfred and Uhtred leave the cover of... More the marshes and make a rallying call to all Saxon armies.

The Last Kingdom: Season 1 | Reviews

87%31 reviews

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

While Uhtred’s position as a hero torn between two worlds is central, it’s also not elevated much above the larger context of the story the show tells so consistently well.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

There’s plenty of testosterone running through The Last Kingdom’s veins, though there is a potentially strong female perspective courtesy of the character of Brida (Emily Cox), a slave girl who becomes Uhtred’s lover, his closest confidant and an indispensable partner in battle.

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Variety

Variety

The series has taken on a life of its own, offering a reminder that there’s always room, at least on a niche basis, for another good one.

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