The Last Kingdom Season 5 – TV Series

About The Last Kingdom Season 5 – TV Series

The Last Kingdom Season 5 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, premiering on the 10 October 2015 on the BBC. In 2018 the show was acquired by Netflix. The series lasted for a total of five seasons, with the final season airing on 9 March 2022. A feature-length sequel, titled Seven Kings Must Die, has been filmed for Netflix.

The Last Kingdom Season 5 - TV Series Free Download 📥 - Gamingwap
The Last Kingdom Season 5 - TV Series Free Download 📥 - Gamingwap
The Last Kingdom Season 5 - TV Series Free Download 📥 - Gamingwap



  • Alexander Dreymon as Uhtred of Bebbanburg
  • David Dawson as King Alfred (series 1–3)
  • Tobias Santelmann as Ragnar the Younger (series 1–3)
  • Emily Cox as Brida
  • Adrian Bower as Leofric (series 1, recurring series 3)
  • Thomas W. Gabrielsson as Guthrum (series 1)
  • Simon Kunz as Odda the Elder (series 1–2)
  • Harry McEntire as Aethelwold (series 1–3)
  • Rune Temte as Ubba (series 1)
  • Joseph Millson as Aelfric (series 1–2, 4)
  • Brian Vernel as Odda the Younger (series 1)
  • Amy Wren as Mildrith (series 1)
  • Charlie Murphy as Queen Iseult (series 1)
  • Ian Hart as Beocca (series 1–4)
  • Eliza Butterworth as Aelswith, Alfred’s wife and Queen of Wessex (series 2–5; recurring series 1)
  • Thure Lindhardt as Guthred (series 2)
  • Eva Birthistle as Hild, a nun and one of Uhtred’s most trusted allies (series 2–5; recurring series 1)
  • Gerard Kearns as Halig (series 2; recurring series 1)
  • David Schofield as Abbot Eadred (series 2)
  • Peri Baumeister as Gisela, Uthred’s second wife and sister of Guthred (series 2–3)
  • Peter McDonald as Brother Trew (series 2)
  • Mark Rowley as Finan, a fierce Irish warrior sworn to Uhtred (series 2–5)
  • Alexandre Willaume as Kjartan (series 2; recurring series 1)
  • Julia Bache-Wiig as Thyra (series 2–3; recurring series 1)
  • Ole Christoffer Ertvaag as Sven (series 2; recurring series 1)
  • Björn Bengtsson as Sigefrid (series 2)
  • Cavan Clerkin as Father Pyrlig, a Welsh priest and former warrior (series 2–5)
  • Arnas Fedaravičius as Sihtric, Kjartan’s son who becomes one of Uthred’s allies (series 2–5)
  • Christian Hillborg as Erik (series 2)
  • Jeppe Beck Laursen as Haesten (series 2–5)
  • Toby Regbo as Aethelred, Lord of the Mercians (series 2–4)
  • Millie Brady as Princess Aethelflaed (series 2–5)
  • James Northcote as Aldhelm (series 2–5)
  • Adrian Bouchet as Steapa, Alfred’s and later Edward’s head Huscarl (series 2–4)
  • Ewan Mitchell as Osferth, Alfred’s illegitimate son and one of Uthred’s allies (series 2–5)
  • Simon Stenspil as Dagfinn, a chief of the Danes (series 2–3)
  • Timothy Innes as Edward, King of the Anglo-Saxons (series 3–5)
  • Thea Sofie Loch Næss as Skade, a Skald and Sorceress (series 3)
  • Ola Rapace as Earl Sigurd “Bloodhair” (series 3)
  • Magnus Bruun as Cnut, a powerful Danish Warlord and cousin of Ragnar (series 3–4)
  • Adrian Schiller as Aethelhelm, a rich and powerful Ealdorman in Wessex (series 3–5)
  • Kevin Eldon as Bishop Erkenwald, a bishop in service to Alfred (series 3)
  • Jamie Blackley as Eardwulf, the commander of Lord Aethelred’s household troops (series 4)
  • Stefanie Martini as Eadith, the mistress of Ealdorman Aethelred and the younger sister of Eardwulf (series 4–5)
  • Finn Elliott as Young Uhtred, Uhtred’s son (series 4–5)
  • Ruby Hartley as Stiorra, Uhtred’s daughter (series 4–5)
  • Richard Dillane as Ludeca, an Ealdorman of Mercia (series 4–5)
  • Dorian Lough as Burgred, an Ealdorman of Mercia (series 4–5)
  • Steffan Rhodri as King Hywel Dda (series 4)
  • Nigel Lindsay as Rhodri (series 4)
  • Eysteinn Sigurðarson as Sigtryggr, Norse king of Jórvík (series 4–5)
  • Amelia Clarkson as Aelflaed, wife of King Edward and Aethelhelm’s daughter (series 4–5; recurring series 3)
  • Harry Gilby as Aethelstan, King Edward’s illegitimate son who is under the protection of Uhtred (series 5)
  • Patrick Robinson as Father Benedict (series 5)
  • Phia Saban as Aelfwynn, Aethelflaed’s daughter (series 5)
  • Micki Stoltt as Rǫgnvaldr, a Viking warlord and brother of Sigtryggr (series 5)
  • Harry Anton as Bresal, Aethelhelm’s henchman and adviser (series 5)
  • Ryan Quarmby as Cynlaef (series 5)
  • Jaakko Ohtonen as Wolland (series 5)
  • Ossian Perret as Wihtgar (series 5; recurring series 4)
  • Ewan Horrocks as Aelfweard (series 5)
  • Sonya Cassidy as Eadgifu (series 5)
  • Rod Hallett as King Constantin (series 5)
  • Bamshad Abedi-Amin as Yahya (series 5)
  • Ross Anderson as Domnal (series 5)



The series started shooting in November 2014. It is produced by Carnival Films for BBC Two and BBC America. Nick Murphy (Prey, Occupation) is co-executive producing and directing multiple episodes. For portrayals of the Vikings at sea, the Viking ship replica Havhingsten fra Glendalough was used. The series is 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 will be followed by a feature-length film titled Seven Kings Must Die, whose filming finished on 19 March 2022.


9th March 2022

The Last Kingdom Season 5 Download Files 

  • E01 – Episode 1
  • E02 – Episode 2
  • E03 – Episode 3
  • E04 – Episode 4
  • E05 – Episode 5
  • E06 – Episode 6
  • E07 – Episode 7
  • E08 – Episode 8
  • E09 – Episode 9
  • E10 – Episode 10

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The Last Kingdom Season 5 - TV Series Free Download 📥 - Gamingwap

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The Last Kingdom Season 5 - TV Series Free Download 📥 - Gamingwap

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The Last Kingdom Season 5 - TV Series Free Download 📥 - Gamingwap

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