"The Last Kingdom" spielt im Jahr , als die meisten der Königreiche auf der Insel Großbritannien von Wikinger-Invasoren besetzt sind. Hauptfigur Uhtred. The Last Kingdom. 4 StaffelnBritische Serien. Während König Alfred sein Reich vor dänischen Eindringlingen verteidigt, fordert der von Wikingern. The Last Kingdom ist eine Fernsehserie über die Eroberung Englands durch die Wikinger im 9. Jahrhundert. Die Serie basiert auf dem Roman von Bernard.
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Ein angelsächsischer Krieger wird als Sohn von Adeligen geboren. Er wächst aber bei Wikingern auf und stellt sich zunehmend die Identitätsfrage, was ihn in große Schwierigkeiten bringt. The Last Kingdom ist eine britische Serie aus dem Jahr , die auf der Romanreihe Die Uhtred-Saga (The Saxon Stories) von Bernard Cornwell basiert. Das letzte Königreich (engl. The Last Kingdom) ist ein historischer Roman des britischen Schriftstellers Bernard Cornwell. Das Buch erschien im Jahr beim. The Last Kingdom ist eine Fernsehserie über die Eroberung Englands durch die Wikinger im 9. Jahrhundert. Die Serie basiert auf dem Roman von Bernard. The Last Kingdom. 4 StaffelnBritische Serien. Während König Alfred sein Reich vor dänischen Eindringlingen verteidigt, fordert der von Wikingern. Im Jahre sind viele der einzelnen Königreiche, die wir heute als England kennen, an die dänischen Invasoren gefallen, und so steht das große Königreich. The Last Kingdom: England, 9. Jahrhundert xtasy.eu: Nach dem Angriff auf den Lord von Bebbanburg nehmen Wikinger dessen Sohn Uhtred (Alexander.
Netflix signe un accord partenaire de la co-production de la saison 2 [ 8 ]. En avril , Alexander Dreymon annonce la production de la saison 3 [ 10 ].
Le mois suivant, l'acteur Thomas W. Il conseille alors au roi Aethelred de les emprisonner. Il reprend l'habit du cavalier mort une fois de plus, alors que la soif de vengeance de Kjartan est plus forte que jamais.
Er stellt Ansprüche auf sein Recht, Ealdorman von Bebbanburg zu sein. Uhtred unterstützt Alfred bei der Abwehr der Wikinger, darunter auch ehemalige Freunde und Bekannte von ihm.
Eine CD soll am November folgen. Die erste Staffel wurde von 27 der 31 Kritiker bei Rotten Tomatoes positiv bewertet. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion.
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Deutscher Titel. The Last Kingdom. Vereinigtes Königreich. Jahr e. Actionserie , Historienserie. Only Uhtred and Brida escape, as they were away in the woods all night making charcoal.
The attackers are led by Kjartan, a disgruntled Viking who had been banished by Ragnar from his lands years earlier for an offence committed by Kjartan's son Sven.
Uhtred vows to avenge his adoptive father's death, while simultaneously hoping to reclaim Bebbanburg from his uncle—who seeks to kill Uhtred to keep Bebbanburg for himself.
Uhtred is forced to choose between the kingdom of his ancestors and the people who have raised him, and his loyalties are constantly tested.
The first series roughly covers the events of Cornwell's novels The Last Kingdom and The Pale Horseman , although they are condensed for the screen.
The third series' ten episodes were produced solely by Netflix. These episodes cover the decline in King Alfred's health, according to one report "while he tries to ensure that his fiercely-held vision of a Christian, Saxon Wessex as part of a stable English nation will survive him as his legacy The attacker is Earl Ragnar, a warlord.
King Uhtred sends his eldest son, Uhtred, to spy on the Danes. He provokes them and it costs him his head, whereupon King Uhtred tells Osbert he is henceforth to be called Uhtred son of Uhtred.
King Uhtred joins the other two Northumbrian kings Osbert and Aella to battle against Ragnar and Ubba another warlord at Eoferwic York , and is killed.
Ragnar adopts Uhtred as his son. Sven captures Thyra as a slave. Uhtred and Brida are in the forest and miss everything. Aelferic hunts Uhtred, to kill him.
Uhtred seeks out Ubba to tell him what Kjartan did and to ask him to help him reclaim Bebbanburg. Aethelred tells Aethelwold, his son, that his drunkenness makes him an unsuitable heir.
He tells Odda the elder that if he falls in battle, Alfred should be his successor. Storri places a curse of infertility on Brida.
He leaves for Wessex, and finds Father Beocca there who introduces him to Alfred. He tells him of his chronicles of historical events and his dream of a united England.
Upon the advice of Uhtred, King Aethelred leads an army into the confrontation with the Danes and is mortally injured in battle against the warlord, Guthrum, although the Saxons prevail.
Aethelwold tries to claim the crown, but the Witan declares Alfred King. Odda the Elder sends Aethelwold to a monastery.
Alfred suggests an arranged marriage to give Uhtred land and status, thereby allowing him to have the title of Aelderman. Alfred negotiates with Guthrum and Ubba for peace and is successful.
Alfred asks Uhtred to serve him for a year, to advise him on Danish battle skills, and in return will help him reclaim Bebbanburg.
He agrees. Leofric warns him that Alfred will never let him go. Brida leaves with him. After the marriage, he discovers that she is heavily in debt to the church, and that he is now responsible for the debt.
Alfred refuses to cancel the debt. Around a year later Mildrith is expecting a baby and Young Ragnar is marching with an army through Wessex.
Alfred and Guthrum agree on a peaceful withdrawal of the Danes from the fortress of Werham and Wessex. Uhtred is given to Guthrum as one of the hostages exchanged on both sides to guarantee the peace.
In the fortress, Uhtred is reunited with Young Ragnar and Brida. Mildrith gives birth to a baby boy. Young Odda persuades Mildrith to leave for safety with him.
Odda the Elder chooses to attack. Ubba discovers Uhtred in his camp and challenges him to a fight to the death.
Uhtred kills Ubba, placing his axe in his hand before he dies. Uhtred, furious at the subterfuge, draws his sword before Alfred and faces death.
Instead of death, Alfred chooses public humiliation for Uhtred and for Aethelwold, who absconded from the monastery. Uhtred returns to his estate with Mildrith and Leofric.
His marriage with Mildrith is struggling because he did not agree that his son should be baptized. Aethelwold stalks them and persuades Uhtred to let him join the group.
The raid is unsuccessful because the villages are too poor. He convinces them to attack a rival, King Callyn, for an ample reward. Callyn turns out to be a Danish warlord, Skorpa.
They join forces to fight Peredur for his wealth, but Uhtred is betrayed by Skorpa who steals the treasure. Uhtred meets the sorceress and shadow queen, Iseult, and is smitten.
Iseult shows them where another stash of silver is stored. He tells Mildrith that their marriage is over. They are condemned to a fight to the death.
Leofric and Uhtred make their peace with one another before the fight. Iseult tells Uhtred that she will lose her power as a sorceress and seer if she sleeps with him.
Alfred flees to safety and Aethelwold steals his crown and presents himself as the rightful king of Wessex to Guthrum. Uhtred, Leofric, Iseult, and a nun, Hild, who Iseult rescued, are helped to escape by Brida, whose feelings for Uhtred have clearly changed to indifference.
Uhtred and Leofric discover that Alfred and his family are in hiding at the marshlands of the Severn and save them from certain death.
Iseult gives herbal medicine to Alfred and it helps his own health problems. Uhtred advises Alfred to fight for Wessex before the Danes can gather even more forces.
Priests are sent to tell his subjects that he is alive and that an army should be gathered. Iseult uses sorcery to save Edmund, but his rescue comes at a gruesome price.
Mildrith has joined a convent. Iseult tells Uhtred that Thyra is alive. By chance, Alfred learns that Odda the younger has been dealing behind his back with the Danes.
Odda the Elder, who has recovered from his injury, kills him for his treachery. Alfred leads his army against Guthrum and Skorpa. Leofric dies in battle.
The outcome of the battle is decided when Uhtred realizes that Skorpa has murdered Iseult. Uhtred breaks through the Viking shield wall, kills Skorpa and leads the Saxons to victory.
Guthrum is baptized and agrees to peace in Wessex. Brida and Young Ragnar are held by Alfred as hostages to guarantee the truce. Uhtred leaves Wessex for the north of England.
Peace has prevailed in Wessex for several years after the Battle of Ethandun. King Alfred has turned his attention to parts of England such as Northumbria and the city of Eoferwic York that are occupied by two Viking warlords, Erik and Sigefrid.
A cleric brings Alfred news of a holy vision, dreamt by the Abbot Eadred of Cumberland, that tells that Saint Cuthbert wants the Danish slave and son of the warrior Harthacnut, Guthred, who is in the hands of slave-traders, to be appointed as King of Cumberland.
Uhtred, along with Hild and Halig, rides to Eoferwic in search of Thyra. Erik and Sigefrid leave the city in the hands of the Dane Haesten, before leaving with an army to maraud in Scotland.
Soon afterwards, the people of Eoferwic rebel and reclaim the city. Uhtred encounters Father Beocca in Eoferwic.
Beocca asks him to help him buy the slave and tells him where to find Kjartan. Guthred sees no danger in integrating the Danes into his army and agrees.
Sihtric, one of Kjartan's illegitimate sons swears allegiance to Uhtred. Abbot Eadred systematically builds mistrust of Uhtred, telling Guthred that Uhtred is a pretender to his crown.
King Guthred tries to raise an army to reclaim Northumbria from the Danes, beginning with Eoferwic.
Guthred wants to negotiate a truce with Erik and Sigefrid. He offers them the fortress of Dunholm in exchange for Eoferwic, but for this they must join forces to defeat Kjartan.
Lord Aelfric, Uhtred's uncle, agrees to send soldiers if Uhtred is disposed of. Guthred sells Uhtred and Halig into slavery.
Hild rides to Wessex to asks for assistance. King Alfred asks Ragnar the Younger to try to find and save Uhtred.
Uhtred and Halig are now rowers on a slave ship. There they are befriended by the Irishman, Finan, another slave.
Halig is ill and weakened from a winter spent on Iceland and is killed by the boat owner Sverri on the return journey to England, in punishment of Uhtred and Finan for their attempt to escape.
Ragnar and Hild are shocked to find Uhtred a broken and frail man. Ragnar frees all the slaves and Finan kills Sverri. Guthred offers his sister to Aelfric to create a political union.
Eadred goes to the nunnery where Gisela is hiding and marries Gisela to Aelfric by proxy. Uhtred rescues Gisela and kills Abbott Eadred in the process.
Alfred decides Ragnar should die because he was responsible for Uhtred. If Uhtred swears an oath of service, Ragnar will be spared.
Uhtred marries Gisela. Alfred sends Uhtred to Cumberland to defeat Erik and Sigefrid. Ragnar kills Kjartan and lets him die without his sword, thus barring his entry to Valhalla.
They find Thyra, who is severely traumatized by her life as a slave to Kjartan and his son, Sven. Father Beocca takes her into his care. Ragnar claims Dunholm.
Three years later, Uhtred has his own estate, Coccham Cookham , in Wessex. Gisela and he have a son Young Uhtred and a daughter Stiorra.
Mercia is being raided by Danes. Sigefrid and Erik have returned and plan to occupy the fortress of Beamfleot on the Temes river and the city of Lunden in Mercia, thereby blocking supply chains to Wessex.
Aethelwold has been to Daneland and tells Uhtred of a speaking corpse, Bjorn, who has visions of the future. Alfred visits Coccham to reprimand Uhtred for hanging a thief without a trial.
He suspects Aethelwold of conspiring against him and also voices suspicion of Uhtred. Bjorn tells Uhtred that he will be King of Mercia.
Hild establishes a nunnery at Coccham. Father Beocca reveals his love for Thyra. Alfred has betrothed his daughter, Aethelflaed, to a political ally, Aethelred of Mercia.
Aethelred insults Gisela and makes an enemy of Uhtred. Father Beocca marries Thyra. Odda the Elder infuriates Alfred by defending Uhtred.
Alfred excludes Uhtred from his strategic planning of his attack on Lunden and orders him back to Coccham. Aethelred tells Aethelflaed that she will accompany him to battle.
While the armies of Wessex and Mercia attack Lunden, and find it empty, the Danes raid the camp where Aethelflaed resides. Aethelflaed has been kidnapped by Sigefrid and Erik, who have abandoned Lunden in favour of negotiating a ransom for her.
Erik is becoming smitten by Aethelflaed. Haesten has other plans for her. Erik rescues Aethelflaed from assault and they grow closer.
Lady Aelswith overcomes her animosity towards Uhtred and asks Alfred to send him to rescue her.
Alfred sends Aethelred and Uhtred to Beamfleot to negotiate the ransom. Odda tells Alfred that if the ransom is too much it will cripple Wessex, and the money will be used to raise an army against Alfred.
But if Aethelflaed is left with the Danes she will be a trophy used to humiliate Alfred. Odda suggests that she takes her own life to avert disaster.
Although the ransom for Aethelflaed amounts to the entire wealth of Wessex, Alfred decides to pay it, even though it will lead to the slaughter of hundreds of his men by the army that the Danes will raise with the payment.
Odda reiterates that the costs of saving Aethelflaed will destroy Wessex. Alfred dismisses Odda as his advisor. Aethelflaed writes to Uhtred to ask him to help her escape with Erik.
Sigefrid suspects Erik has become too attached to Aethelflaed and locks her in a cage in the main hall of the fortress where all Danes can ensure that she is imprisoned.
Odda raises the fyrd of his estate in Devonshire to attack Beamfleot. Three nights before the ransom is to be paid, Uhtred leads a night raid to rescue Aethelflaed.
Alfred has brought an army to confront Odda at Beamfleot. Uhtred sets the fortress aflame and uses the distraction to free Aethelflaed. Sigefrid kills Erik.
Uhtred stops Sigefrid from killing Aethelred. Aethelflaed kills Sigefrid. Odda will be put on trial for treachery.
Odda takes his own life. The warlord Sigurd, called Bloodhair, is aided by the seer Skade in his raids in Wessex.
Aethelred is expected to do the same. But it is Aethelflaed that leads the army in its march to meet Alfred.
Uhtred encounters Skade who tells him that she has cursed him. Uhtred tells Alfred, who has settled his camp at Aesceneium Burh Eashine in Wessex, that he was not wise to have left Winchester unprotected.Sie wurde von Odda dem Jüngeren, einem Aldermann aus Wessex, der schon vor der Hochzeit mit Uhtred in sie verliebt war, nach Norden gebracht. Loyal strebt er nach den Zielen seines Vaters und freundet sich mit Uhtred an. Eine CD soll am Uhtred kann fliehen. Während dieser Zeit war Uhtreds Anziehungskraft auf Gisela ein Faktor, der sie dazu veranlasste, ihren Beitritt zur Marianne Und Michael Alter zu überdenken. Osbert, der nun der Ich Steh Auf Dich Kkiste Sohn des Aldermannes Uhtred ist, wird nun selbst auch auf den Namen Uhtred getauft. Bernard Cornwell.