Netflix has announced when the new season of The Last Kingdom will make its debut.
Set in the late 9th century AD, when England is divided into seven separate kingdoms, the epic historical drama series is based on the Saxon Stories novels by English author Bernard Cornwell.
All ten episodes of Season 3 will be available to watch from Monday 19th November exclusively on Netflix.
Previous seasons aired weekly on BBC Two in the UK and on BBC America in the USA.
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The official synopsis reads: “The new season will see King Alfred consider his legacy, as his dream of uniting the kingdoms of England is jeopardised by incessant Danish attacks.
“Alfred knows that the only man with the power to crush the uprising and secure the Wessex dynasty is the great warrior and hero Uhtred, but when their volatile relationship reaches breaking point, Uhtred must confront the difficult truth: if he deserts Alfred’s cause, everything he has fought for will be forever changed.”
Season 1 is available on DVD on Amazon here.
New characters in Season 3 will include Ola Rapace (Skyfall) as Danish warrior Bloodhair, Thea Sofie Loch Næss (One Night in Oslo) as dangerous seer Skade, Timothy Innes (Harlots) as King Alfred’s heir, Edward, and Magnus Bruun (The Bridge) as Cnut.