The Last Kingdom: Season 2

The Last Kingdom: Season 2

The Last Kingdom: Season 2

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.

2017UK
ActionHistorical

Streaming (1 Provider)

Episodes

EPISODE 2.1

Episode 1

Uhtred, the fearless and instinctive warrior, begins his voyage north... More to reclaim his fate.

EPISODE 2.2

Episode 2

When spies infiltrate the Cumbraland army, Uhtred must rely on... More his troops to protect him.

EPISODE 2.3

Episode 3

Uhtred allies himself with newly crowned Alfred, but his commitment... More to the nascent king jeopardises his bond with Brida.

EPISODE 2.4

Episode 4

After King Alfred betrays Uhtred's allegiance and turns him over... More to the Vikings, his Danish brother, Ragnar the Young, scrambles to spare his life.

EPISODE 2.5

Episode 5

After rescuing Mildrith, Uhtred joins the fierce battle of Cynuit... More and vanquishes a forbidding foe, only to have Odda the Younger claim the victory.

EPISODE 2.6

Episode 6

Uhtred catches the eye of a lovely pagan queen, and... More his band of raiders becomes mercenaries for a Cornish king. But he soon faces the fury of Alfred.

EPISODE 2.7

Episode 7

Driven to hiding in the marshes after the Vikings invade... More Wessex, Uhtred and Alfred finally make amends and devise a plan for retaking the kingdom.

EPISODE 2.8

Episode 8

Calling upon Saxon forces the rally and drive the Vikings... More out of Wessex, Uhtred and Alfred gird for a decisive battle, but treachery awaits.

The Last Kingdom: Season 2 | 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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