HBO, which is owned by Viacom, will air Vikings drama drama series from March 25-28.
The show is set in the world of Viking society, and will feature a new cast of characters.
The series was created by Jon Hamm, who is set to star as the titular Viking, Ragnar Lothbrok.
HBO also plans to launch a new original series based on the popular HBO miniseries, the drama series series Vikings, from April 1-9.
The Vikings miniserie, written by Stephen King and based on his bestselling novel, The Stand, is set during the Viking Age.
It tells the story of a band of Vikings who live in peace and prosperity and embark on a journey to a mythical land.
The first two episodes of the new Vikings series, Vikings, will be available for free on HBO’s digital platform starting on March 25.
The new series will also feature a series of guest appearances by the actors from the popular minisery.
The original series, The Vikings, was created in the 1990s by Martin Scorsese and Martin Scorrie and aired on HBO from 1995 to 1998.
HBO, in partnership with Universal Studios, produced and distributed The Stand for the last 25 years, and the series is now in its seventh season.