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Vikings Adds Law & Order Vet to Season 2 Cast

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A New York ADA and a tribute from District 2 are becoming Vikings.

Linus Roache, best known as the Law & Order franchise’s Michael Cutter, and Alexander Ludwig, of The Hunger Games, will be on board for the drama’s second season. READ MORE


Vikings Creator Promises 'Huge, Unexpected Emotion' in Finale, Drops Season 2 Hints

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This Sunday at 10/9c, the maiden voyage of History’s Vikings comes to a close as Ragnar (played by Travis Fimmel) embarks on his first mission on behalf of King Horic (Donal Logue), to make a deal with the Earl in Gotaland. But is all as it seems? And will either of the seer’s prophecies for both Ragnar and his wife Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) bear fruit before all is said and done? Series creator Michael Hirst shared with TVLine a preview …READ MORE


History Renews Vikings for Season 2

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History has renewed its hit period drama Vikings for a 10-episode second season.

Five episodes into its rookie season, the show stands as cable’s No. 1 new series with an average audience of 5 million viewers. …READ MORE


The Bible Producers: Satan/Obama Comparison Is 'Total Nonsense, a Foolish Distraction'

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The producers of History’s The Bible are smiting the controversy that erupted after this Sunday’s episode of the scripted series drew comparisons between its Satan character and United States president Barack Obama. READ MORE


Katheryn Winnick: Vikings Quest 'Put Me Through the Wringer, Emotionally, Which Was a Gift'

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History’s first scripted series, Vikings, set sail last week with a full boat, carrying more than 8 million viewers. Airing Sundays at 10/9c, the series follows Ragnar Lothbrok, a warrior with ideas — namely the notion that, whether his lord Jarl Haraldson believes it or not, there are lands to the west of Norway to be “explored”/pillaged. At Ragnar’s side is his formidable wife Lagertha, played by Katheryn Winnick, who shared with TVLine her take …READ MORE


Jessalyn Gilsig Hails History's 'Ambitious,' Sexy Vikings Invasion, Previews Good Wife Visit

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This Sunday at 10/9c, the History channel embarks on a maiden voyage with Vikings, its first-ever scripted series — and it’s a big one, at that. Created by Michael Hirst (The Tudors, Elizabeth) and filmed in picturesque Ireland, the drama follows Ragnar Lothbrok (The Beast‘s Travis Fimmel), an adventurer who is determined to sail west out of Norway for the first time in the name of pillaging …READ MORE


Bonnie & Clyde Scoop: Emile Hirsch, Holliday Grainger Land Title Roles in History/Lifetime Mini

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Bonnie and Clyde have finally been apprehended.

TVLine has learned that Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild, Speed Racer) and Holliday Grainger (The Borgias) have landed the title roles in A+E Networks’ four-hour miniseries remake of Bonnie & Clyde, which will air simultaneously on History and Lifetime. READ MORE


Exclusive Poster: Vikings Looks Bloody Good

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This ain’t your momma’s Hagar the Horrible.

On Sunday, March 3 at 10/9c, History’s Vikings will set sail — and TVLine has a first look at the adventure-drama’s key art, featuring series star Travis Fimmel. READ MORE & VIEW POSTER


Exclusive: Miley Cyrus Flees Lifetime/History Bonnie & Clyde Miniseries

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This is pretty uncool: Miley Cyrus is no longer in the running to play the female lead in Bonnie & Clyde, a four-hour miniseries in development for cable siblings History and Lifetime, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE


GLAAD Report: The CW, Showtime Lead In LGBT Inclusion, CBS Returns to a 'Failing' Grade

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CBSPartners had better hit primetime quick, because the most watched network has returned to a “Failing” grade in GLAAD’s annual Network Responsibility Index (NRI), which measures the quantity and quality of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) impressions being made on TV. READ MORE