Although The Last Kingdom TV show was not cancelled by BBC America, viewers on this side of the pond won’t be able to watch the fictional British historical drama on that cable network. After the first season of the BBC Two series, Netflix boarded as a co-producer, so The Last Kingdom, season two, will be stream on Netflix in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, Japan, Spain and Portugal.
Based on Bernard Cornwell’s book series, The Saxon Stories, season two of The Last Kingdom drops to Netflix on Friday, May 5, 2017. The large cast includes: Alexander Dreymon, Tobias Santelmann, Emily Cox, Thomas W. Gabrielsson, Joseph Millson, Matthew MacFadyen, Ian Hart, David Dawson, Simon Kunz, Harry McEntire, Amy Wren, Thure Lindhartdt, Eva Birthistle, Gerard Kearns, David Schofield, Peri Baumeister, Eliza Butterworth, Peter McDonald, Mark Rowley, Alexandre Willaume, Julia Bache-Wiig, Björn Bengtsson, Cavan Clerkin, Toby Regbo, Millie Brady, and James Northcote.
What do you think? Did you watch the first season of The Last Kingdom on BBC America? If you don’t already, will you subscribe to Netflix to watch the second season of this TV series? Let us know, below.
I am totally disappointed in the fact that I am now learning why one of my favorite tv series has not been seen on tv. A few weeks ago I decided to check Netflix. So yes I enrolled to Netflix but I don’t like it. There really is no comparison between an iPhone and a 60 inch tv
I happily watched season 1 on BBC America and was extremely disappointed that BBC told us we had to buy a subscription elsewhere to continue viewing. This is the reward for supporting a new show on your network? I might have accepted the bean counters’ greed for subscription revenue if you merely delayed airing on BBC America while a portion of the audience paid to see it sooner. But you didn’t — you told us “pay for the show you did us the favor of supporting or go screw.” So, guess what? I will no longer watch new shows on… Read more »
just another ripoff of fans of good tv series by the greedy networks…we pay a fortune for cable or satellite and now they want us to pay for streaming too…ridiculous!