Reports have been claiming that there has been a leak on the last two episodes of History channel's action-adventure historical drama, Vikings. Fake or not, fans can't help but take a peek on the series spoilers posted online.

The recent episode, "Revenge", aired last week and featured Ragnar Lothbrok's (Travis Fimmel) sons, Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig) and Ivar the Boneless (Alex Hogh) argue over the great army's leadership. Nevertheless, their army outnumbered that of King Aelle's (Ivan Kaye), which defeated him when he was captured and killed by the blood eagle.

According to a report from International Business Times, the reported leak to the next episodes of the series apparently started on the Russian media. Two of the twenty episodes from the show's fourth season were reportedly viewed by a Reddit user and several spoilers and speculations have been appearing online afterwards.

As per the source, the upcoming episodes are going to have some surprising events. There will reportedly be death that awaits for a prominent character. While Ragnar's sons have avenged his death on the previous episode by defeating King Aelle, this time, the legendary Viking's sons, led by Ivar and Bjorn, have their eyes set for the possible death of King Ecbert (Linus Roache).

Meanwhile, in an Entertainment Weekly interview with one of the show's executive producer, Michael Hirst, he revealed that he had not really thought out about the location of Ragnar's body. This has made the fans speculate that maybe Ragnar is not really dead after all.

When Hirst was asked about this, he stated, "You might interpret it as, 'He has risen again from the dead!'" The producer even said that he had read the social media battle regarding on the main character's death.

Additionally, Hirst told the publication that fans are just going to have to wait for the actual episodes to air, as they have prepared amazing battle sequences for this season. Vikings season 4 episode 19 airs on January 25, 2017 on History.