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The Last Kingdom is a British chronicled fiction TV series dependent on Bernard Cornwell’s The Saxon Stories series of books. The primary series of eight scenes debuted on 10 October 2015 on BBC America, and on BBC Two in the UK on 22 October 2015. The second series of eight scenes were broadcast on BBC Two in the UK in March 2017, co-delivered by Netflix after the exit of BBC America. Netflix was the sole maker of the third series of ten scenes, gushed from 19 November 2018. On 26 December 2018, Netflix reestablished the show for a fourth series. On 19 March 2020, Netflix declared 26 April 2020 as the official series 4 discharge date.

The series is recorded and filmed essentially in Hungary, with most scenes at the eight sections of land close to Budapest possessed by Korda Studios with its Medieval Village Set and encompassing mountains, woods, and lakes. The story is set in the late ninth century AD when England is partitioned into seven separate realms. The Anglo-Saxon terrains are bitten by bit assaulted, looted, and viably controlled by Viking Danes in numerous territories. The Kingdom of Wessex remains the last significant fortress against the Danes.

Cast:

Alexander Dreymon(Uhtred Ragnarsson)

Ian Hart ( Father Beocca)

Toby Regbo (Aethelred)

Emily Cox ( Brida)

Timothy Innes (King Edward),

Eliza Butterworth (Aelswith)

Mark Rowley (Finan)

Synopsis of The Last Kingdom Season 4:

After the death of Alfred, the alliances between the kingdoms are fractured. Uhtred believes the timing is right to challenge his uncle Aelfric, played by Joseph Millson (Casino Royale, Banished), and take back his ancestral home, Bebbanburg. However fate shifts in a different direction, leading Uhtred to realise that his destiny is tied to Alfred’s dream of a united land. This, and Uhtred’s feelings for Aethelflaed, drive him back into the politics that threaten to break out into war.”