The Remaining Kingdom has been renewed for a Fourth Season! Shield partitions at the ready!
The first two seasons of The Remaining Kingdom aired on BBC as well as Netflix. However, after BBC was no longer determined to continue with the ancient drama, the third season of the Series was exclusively aired on Netflix alone by the producers of Downton Abbey, Carnival Motion footage. This Netflix exclusivity will be continued in Season 4 as well.
Though there has not been any trailer release yet, fans and followers enjoy a picture of the crew working on an evening shoot.It has become quite uncontrollable to wait for the next season!
When will The Remaining Kingdom Season 4 Release on Netflix?
In December 2018, the existence of the forecoming season was announced on The Remaining Kingdom’s official Twitter net page.
In April 2019, it was confirmed by Netflix that the filming of the much waited season has begun and that the season consisted of 10 episodes. In July 2019, the Instagram net page invited the followers to “ join Uhtred subsequent year on Netflix as the fight continues. ” Therefore, the next season of the series is expected to be released in 2020.
Storyline ( Get Ready for Some Spoilers as well ! )
The entire plot is located in the Ninth century AD and the series is in step with The Saxon Stories Novels penned by Bernard Cornwell.
The hero of the series is Uhtred, a Saxon boy introduced by Danes as they pick and verbalise to capture the hero. It is discovered later that Uhtred killed his adoptive father, Ragnar the Elder. Uhtred is then compelled for a trip to Wessex. As soon as he arrived Wessex, he offers his assistance to Alfred, the Wessex king. His assistance includes even the records data of Danes’ fight recommendations!
As the series is based on a novel series, the next season must be comprising of a new set of actors as the next part of they novel jumps a decade forward. So, various new faces, including Uhtred’s teenagers are expected to be seen on the screen.
Uhtred of Bebbanburg, played by Alexander Dreymon believes that the timing is ethical to bring into scenario his uncle Aelfric, whose role will be played by Joseph Millson.
Netflix has confirmed the joining of Stefanie Martini as Eadith. Additionally, Jamie Blackley will also join as Eardwulf.
We hope that the season arrives early in 2020 so that we don’t have to wait more!