The Last Kingdom Season 1 – TV Series

About The Last Kingdom Season 1 – TV Series

The Last Kingdom Season 1

The Last Kingdom Season 1 TV Series Details 

The Last Kingdom is a British historical fiction television series based on Bernard Cornwell’s The Saxon Stories series of novels. The series was developed for television by Stephen Butchard and premiered on 10 October 2015 on BBC Two. For the second season, Netflix co-produced the series. In 2018, the series was acquired by Netflix who continued to solely produce the series for three more seasons. The series concluded on 9 March 2022 after five seasons for a total of 46 episodes. A feature-length sequel that concluded the series story, titled Seven Kings Must Die, premiered on 14 April 2023 on Netflix.

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  • Alexander Dreymon as Uhtred of Bebbanburg, a Saxon warrior raised by the Danes who desires to reclaim his birthright at Bebbanburg
    • Tom Taylor portrays a young Uhtred (guest series 1)
  • Tobias Santelmann as Ragnar the Younger (series 1–3), the son of a Danish warlord and Uhtred’s foster brother
  • Emily Cox as Brida (series 1–5; guest Seven Kings Must Die), a free-spirited Saxon who, like Uhtred, was adopted by the Danes at a young age
    • Jocelyn Macnab portrays a young Brida (guest series 1)
  • Thomas W. Gabrielsson as Guthrum (series 1), one of the leaders of the Great Heathen Army, a large force of Viking warriors that invaded England
  • Joseph Millson as Aelfric of Bebbanburg (series 1–2, 4), Uhtred’s uncle, who usurps his position as the Lord of Bebbanburg
  • Rune Temte as Ubba Ragnarsson (series 1), one of the infamous sons of Ragnar Lodbrok and a leader of the Great Heathen Army
  • Matthew Macfadyen as Ealdorman Uhtred (series 1), Uhtred’s father and the Ealdorman of Bebbanburg
  • David Dawson as King Alfred (series 1–3), the King of Wessex who hopes to unite England against the invading Danes
  • Adrian Bower as Leofric (series 1; guest series 3), a skilled Saxon soldier who serves Alfred and works closely with Uhtred
  • Simon Kunz as Odda the Elder (series 1–2), the Ealdorman of Devonshire and Alfred’s closest advisor
  • Harry McEntire as Prince Aethelwold (series 1–3), Alfred’s nephew who schemes to steal the crown of Wessex for himself
  • Brian Vernel as Odda the Younger (series 1), the reckless son of Odda the Elder
  • Ian Hart as Father Beocca (series 1–4), the former priest of Bebbanburg who serves Alfred in Wintanceaster
  • Amy Wren as Mildrith (series 1), a Saxon noblewoman and Uhtred’s first wife
  • Charlie Murphy as Queen Iseult (series 1), the Briton “shadow queen” of Cornwalum



The series started shooting in November 2014. It was produced by Carnival Films for BBC Two and BBC America. Nick Murphy (Prey, Occupation) served as co-executive producer and directed multiple episodes. For portrayals of the Vikings at sea, the Viking ship replica Havhingsten fra Glendalough was used.[citation needed] The series was filmed primarily in Hungary, with most scenes at the eight acres near Budapest owned by Korda Studios with its Medieval Village Set and surrounding mountains, forests and lakes.

Filming for the second series began in Budapest in June 2016. Richard Rankin, Gerard Kearns, Thure Lindhardt, Millie Brady, Erik Madsen, and Peter McDonald joined the cast. In August 2016, Aftonbladet reported that Swedish actors Björn Bengtsson and Magnus Samuelsson would join the main cast. Also that month, it was reported that Stephen Butchard would return as the sole script writer and that Netflix had signed on as an international co-production partner for the second series.

In April 2018, Netflix confirmed that a third series was in production, based on the books The Lords of the North and Sword Song, which would air exclusively on the streaming service, and Bernard Cornwell indicated that he had been offered a cameo appearance. Swedish actor Ola Rapace joined the cast for series 3, as Jarl Harald Bloodhair. Swedish director Erik Leijonborg was behind the camera for series 3; he has collaborated with Rapace on several Swedish TV series.

On 26 December 2018, the series was renewed for a fourth series by Netflix. On 7 July 2020, the series was renewed for a fifth series by Netflix. On 30 April 2021, it was announced that the series would conclude with the fifth series. Filming for season 5 wrapped in June 2021.

The final season was followed by a feature-length film titled Seven Kings Must Die, which completed filming on 19 March 2022.  It premiered on Netflix on 14 April 2023.


10 October 2015

The Last Kingdom Season 1 Download Files 

  • E01
  • E02
  • E03
  • E04
  • E05
  • E06
  • E07
  • E08
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