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The Last Kingdom is not a true story, but many of the show’s details are drawn from historical fact. The Last Kingdom is based on The Saxon Stories by Bernard Cornwell, which so far includes twelve books. Even though the books and series are fictional, there are many aspects rooted in real milestones of British history.When will Kingdom Season 2 be on Netflix?
The second season premiered on Netflix on March 13, 2020, with a special episode called "Kingdom: Ashin of the North," centered around the backstory of new Season 2 character Ashin played by Jun...Was Uhtred of Bebbanburg real?
The Uhtred of Bebbanburg audiences know so well from The Last Kingdom, is not a real historical figure. He is one of the few characters in the show to be fictional, created by The Saxon Stories author Bernard Cornwell. Uhtred of Bebbanburg is loosely based on Uhtred the Bold, an ealdorman of all Northumbria from 1006 to 1016.Is Netflix The Last Kingdom?
The Last Kingdom is a Netflix Original historical-fiction drama, based on The Saxon Stories by author Bernard Cornwell. The series was once a co-production between the British broadcaster BBC and Netflix, but since the third season, the series production has been entirely handled by Netflix.