“Vikings” star Alex Høgh Anderson has us feeling pretty green. Recently the actor, who portrays Ivar the Boneless on the hit History Channel series, snapped a photo from the Season 4 set of the historical drama, which just so happens to be located in Ireland.

“Location, location, location,” Anderson captioned the photo of himself striking a fierce pose in Wicklow Mountains National Park. “#spoiled.” The Danish actor, sporting his Nordic getup, was surrounded by a vast amount of green plants as he stood on what appeared to be a bridge over a rushing river.


Location, location, location. @historyvikings #spoiled

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This isn’t the first photo Anderson has shared while filming the second half of Season 4, which is set to premiere in the fall. The actor has posted several behind-the-scenes photos and videos from the set of “Vikings” — including an image of his character drenched in blood.

“Happy days on @historyvikings,” he wrote about the gruesome photo. In the picture, fans can see Anderson’s character holding an assortment of weapons, which just so happen to be covered in blood — just like his face.


Happy days on @historyvikings

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Hey, Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) did tell his youngest son that he would be a great warrior — even a feared one — despite having no bones in his legs. And from the photo Anderson posted to his Instagram account, it looks like Rganar’s prediction came true. Guess Queen Aslaug (Alyssa Sutherland) isn’t the only one who can prophesize!

Fans can get more information on the forthcoming season of “Vikings” during the History Channel series’ San Diego Comic-Con panel. The anticipated panel will take place on Friday, July 22, at 5:45 p.m. PDT and gives attendees an exclusive sneak peek of the show’s fourth season.

“Vikings” will return with the second half of Season 4 this fall on History Channel.

“Vikings” Season 4 Spoilers “Vikings” will be sailing to our small screens with brand new episode this fall when the History Channel series returns with the second half of Season 4. Photo: History Channel