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'Vikings' Week 3 Raided 4.8 Million Total Viewers on HISTORY

HISTORY’s first scripted series VIKINGS continues its strong ratings success in its third episode on Sunday at 10 p.m. capturing 4.8 million total viewers, //feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/V8dB9V2xsUQ/

Vikings (History Channel) Episode 3 “Dispossessed”

History Channel’s new series Vikings episode 3 "Dispossessed" airs on Sunday March 17 at 10 p.m. Episode Synopsis: Vikings (History Channel) Episode 3 "Dispossessed" – A monastery in Lindesfarne is about to get a firsthand look at how the Vikings operate. In and out in a flurry of violence and terror, Ragnar and his crew raid the monastery for everything it contains from treasure to monks who can be sold as slaves. Unable to ignore the riches this unsanctioned journey has returned, Earl Haraldson has no choice but to agree to let these warriors undertake a second trip out. The west has now been opened for the taking by Ragnar Lothbrok and the world of the Vikings will never be the same. READ MORE...

'Vikings' Star George Blagden Talks Athelstan's Journey, Threesomes & More

One of the most fascinating characters on History's "Vikings" (Sundays, 10 p.m. ET) is the newly introduced Athelstan (George Blagden), a monk from Lindisfarne who is captured by Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) and his raiders during a vicious attack on the Christian settlement. In this week's episode (March 17), Athelstan will find himself thrust into the unfamiliar world of the Vikings, whose pagan customs prove completely at odds with his own beliefs. Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/v8e-u1H9cc8/vikings-george-blagden-athelstan_n_2882818.html

Vikings 1.03 Sneak Peeks: Ragnar's Men Return Home from the Raid

A lot was riding on Ragnar's trip out west last week on Vikings. If he came up empty after standing up to Haraldson and taking men from their families to help with the raid, that would be it; there'd be no more thought to going west and he'd have to come to terms with a life of predictability and meager eastern raids. His standing with Haraldson would also drastically go down, meaning that it could be quite a while before he could bring another idea forward that would get serious consideration. But if Ragnar found an untapped treasure trove beyond the choppy western waters, he'd go from being a meager farmer to the hero of his village, the man responsible for a newfound stream of wealth in their dying community. READ MORE...