More blood-sheds can be expected in the second part of Viking season 4.Facebook/Vikings

Vikings will be back on History Channel with the second part of season 4 by November 30 and the fans could get the answers for most of their questions in episode 11.

The sequel will continue to take viewers through the intense battle fields along with Ragnar Lothbrok, Lagertha, Queen Aslaug, Rollo, Björn Ironside, Ivar The Boneless and King Ecbert of Wessex.

While teasing the impact of Ragnar's return on his loved ones and the people in Scandinavia, creator Michael Hirst revealed that the followers of Vikings can expect a monument season with lot of tragic and earth-shattering events.

"This season just propels us into a more universal kind of huge the impact of Ragnar's reappearance will be on the world at the time," The Hollywood Reporter quoted the showrunner as saying.

Meanwhile, Katheryn Winnick teased a showdown between her character and Queen Aslaug in the second part of Vikings season 4. According to her, it will be a cat fight between the two powerful women and the viewers are going to enjoy watching it.

On the other hand, actor Alexander Ludwig hinted at a flourishing relationship between Ragnar's son and Gustaf Skarsgård's character. "Floki and Bjorn end up going to the Mediterranean, and they work on their tans a little bit. You're definitely going to see Floki and Bjorn's relationship flourish," the Canadian actor told Entertainment Weekly.

The followers of Vikings can also expect some new faces towards the end of season 4 and one of them is Irish actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers. According to Hirst, he will be introduced in the season finale and will have a major role to play in the next season.

However, Meyers is not the only new face for season 5 as History channel has announced the casting of Canadian actor Kris Holden-Ried. He will be playing Eyvind, an important warrior in Kattegat who decides to travel and settle his family in a new land.