Throughout the first 3 seasons of Netflix’s ancient British drama, the protagonist Uhtred of Bebbanburg has made it his mission to recapture his ancestral home. In season 4, Uhtred makes his stand, and things don’t go according to plan.
Formerly described as the streaming giant’s lesser, non-mystical Game of Thrones, The Last Kingdom has never shied away from the gore, guts, and betrayals that peppered nobility from antiquity. Season 4 leans all the way into that particular trope. Check out the season 4 trailer below:
Starring Alexander Draymond, Eliza Butterworth, Ian Hart, Millie Brady, and Emily Cox, The Last Kingdom season 4 carries 10 episodes and dropped April 26th on Netflix. Dive in and enjoy.