History’s historical drama “Vikings” is getting pretty intense every new chapter it’s showing. Now that the show has been renewed for “Vikings” Season 5, fans are now wondering what will be the new adventure the Scandinavian seafaring pirates and traders are going to embark.

Katheryn Winnick, who plays the role of Lagertha Lothbrok, has been sharing snaps with her real-life brothers. And as she used the hashtag #KingAngantyr, eagle-eyed fans are now puzzled who that could be.

The new ruler coming

Winnick revealed that both of her brothers and she would be sharing the same frame in the coming “Vikings” Season 5.

The siblings are in Dublin and busy filming for the show’s new chapter. And although the 39-year-old actress is emphasizing their blue eyes, one specific hashtag caught everyone’s attention.

It looks like there will be a new king in the upcoming new installment. As she mentioned King Angantyr, some assumed that one of her brothers would play it. The new emperor needs to fight against Harald Finehair to be introduced while he starts his way to becoming the first King of Norway. Also, Aethelwulf (Moe Dunford) becomes the new ruler of Wessex following the death of King Ecbert (Linus Roache).

Meet the Angantyrs

Aside from a new king, it seems Lagertha got herself a new ally. As the coming of King Angantyr is continuously teased, there is a big possibility that he has a connection with the reigning queen of Denmark and with her son Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig).

From the ancient Norse history, there are three prominent men from the past bearing the name of Angantyr. Their stories all have a similar connection to the deadly sword called the Tyrfing. The armor is said to be cursed as whoever looks at it will eventually get killed.

The first guy was Angantyr the Berserker who went to a battle in Uppsala and died.

The sword along with the dead bodies in the war were all buried on the Danish Island of Samso, but it seemed like he left a piece of himself on the Tyrfing. Later, his grandson Angantyr Hofundsson, the second man, was killed by the blade.

The third chap, Angantyr the Berserker's great grandson Angantyr Heidreksson might be the one Winnick was referring to and might be seen in “Vikings” Season 5. Meanwhile, History has yet to announce the official release date of the historical drama television series. But, it is expected to be out this autumn as the show is now in production.