Donal Logue, Vikings

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Love some good pillaging? You're going to want to tune in to Vikings season two then.

Donal Logue, the ruthless King Horick on Vikings, revealed the History Channel series will amp up the bloody goodness when season two premieres on Thursday, Feb. 27. E! News caught up with Logue while he was filming his upcoming Law and Order: SVU guest spot.

"Vikings season two, it's such a good pick up from one. For those who were wondering where all the action went, the action is back right off the bat," Logue said. "The pillaging part of it is front and center this time. It was fantastic."

Get a sneak peek at the new season below. The scene features Logue and Travis Fimmel as Ragnar discussing the plentiful land. Perhaps for some good old fashioned pillaging?

Logue equated filming with the "amazing cast" on location on the ocean and in the mountains of Ireland to filming Law & Order: SVU in New York City.

"When you're standing in the middle of street doing a scene, New York is doing 99 percent of the work for you. It was similar for Vikings, it was an amazing job that they did with production design and all these different things and the location," Logue said. "So, yeah, I think Vikings will be great this year."

Vikings returns for season two on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 10 p.m. on History.

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