Writing About: 'The Last Kingdom' Season 2 On Netflix

“The Last Kingdom” Season 2 recently bowed on Netflix, after its initial run on BBC Two. For fans of the medieval series the wait has been arduous. “The Last Kingdom” Season 1 premiered in October 2015.

Covering the return of the Netflix/BBC series on the Inquisitr meant highlighting Season 1, and teasing and reviewing Season 2. So without further ado, let’s dig into what I have been writing about “The Last Kingdom.”

Writing a Primer for “The Last Kingdom”

What is “The Last Kingdom” about? Good question. Before “The Last Kingdom” Season 2 premiered on Netflix, it only seemed right to probe that question. Hence the editorial feature, 'The Last Kingdom' Season 2 on Netflix: Top 3 Things You Need to Know About the BBC series was born.

Learn why Uhtred son of Uhtred is no Jon Snow. Why “Reign” fans have a reason to watch Season 2 ("Reign" alum Toby Regbo has starring role in Season 2). And why “The Last Kingdom” is the perfect preamble to “Game of Thrones” and “Vikings” on the Inquisitr, here.

Writing About “The Last Kingdom” Season 2

“The Last Kingdom” Season 2 is now streaming on Netflix. Who stars in the cast? What is “The Last Kingdom” Season 2 about? How many episodes are there?

What are some of the things from Season 1, you need to remember to prepare yourself for Season 2? Which novels are adapted in “The Last Kingdom” Season 2? Learn the answers to those and other “Last Kingdom” questions on the Inquisitr, here.

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Everything you need to know about “The Last Kingdom” Season 2 on Netflix, including the cast is covered in the article. The aim of this feature is to be informative about the facts surrounding Season 2 for fans of Season 1, while also providing a bit of insight for prospective viewers, who might be curious about binge watching both seasons of “The Last Kingdom” on Netflix. 

Writing a Review of “The Last Kingdom” Season 2

Having watched “The Last Kingdom” Season 2 over the course of a few days, a review of the series’ second installment was imperative. Reviews are tricky though, so the angle of a Top 5 Reasons to Watch was a way to breakdown the best parts of “The Last Kingdom” Season 2, with a defined outline that also pointed out its value as a two-season series streaming on Netflix.

Besides pointing out the improvements between Season 1 and Season 2, the feature also rehashes some of the highlights of Season 2. Hint: It involved heroes and villains, and some new cast members, (i.e. Toby Regbo's terrific turn as the son-in-law from hades). The Top 5 Reasons to Watch “The Last Kingdom” Season 2 are on the Inquisitr here.

Season 1 and Season 2 of “The Last Kingdom” are currently streaming on Netflix. If you are interested in reading more of my features on the Inquisitr, click here to browse my author profile.

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