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Everything we know so far about Outlander Season 6 – VIDEO

Droughtlander has finally come to its end with the premiere of Outlander Season 6 on March 6, 2022! If you’ve a little bit lost track of the information during this long wait, here’s everything we know so far – with the new opening titles and sneak peek revealed!

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Outlander Season 6 CR: Robert Wilson/Starz

What is Outlander Season 6 about?

The sixth season of “Outlander” sees a continuation of Claire and Jamie’s fight to protect those they love, as they navigate the trials and tribulations of life in colonial America.

Establishing a home in the New World is by no means an easy task, particularly in the wild backcountry of North Carolina – and perhaps most significantly – during a period of dramatic political upheaval. The Frasers strive to maintain peace and flourish within a society, which – as Claire knows all too well – is unwittingly marching towards Revolution. Against this backdrop, which heralds the birth of the new American nation, Claire and Jamie have built a home together at Fraser’s Ridge.

They must now defend this home – established on land granted to them by the Crown – not only from external forces, but also from the increasing strife and conflict in the community within their care. For the Frasers and their immediate family, then, “home” is more than simply a site in which they live, it is the place where they are laying the foundations for the rest of their lives.

If Season 4 asked, “What is home?” and Season 5 asked, “What are you willing to do to protect your home?” then Season 6 explores what happens when there is disharmony and division among the inhabitants of the home you’ve created: when you become an outsider, or an ‘outlander,’ so to speak, marginalized and rejected in your own home.”

Synopsis
Season 6 of STARZ historical-fantasy drama, Outlander will be based on Book 6 from Diana Gabaldon’s best-selling book series “A Breath of Snow and Ashes”.

According to what executive producers Matthew Roberts e Maril Davis told at Virtual PaleyFest 2020, with the Frasers coming together more than ever in love and trauma, we’re getting closer and closer to the much-feared American Revolution, which will see its first bars in Season 6, and in all this, the Frasers and the Mackenzies keep getting involved in the situations and taking risks to help people of the Ridge, by generating a thousand different dynamics.

“There will be joy, but you know, as Diana can tell you, there will be dramas, there will be sufferings, there will be tears and so on and so forth”.

How to describe Season 6 in one adjective?

“Fabulous!” – Diana Gabaldon “Traumatic” – Maril Davis “Extended” – Sam Heughan “Unraveled” – Caitriona Balfe “Healing” – Cesar Domboy “Intimate”– Lauren Lyle “Cathartic” – John Bell

Diana Gabaldon has seen the entire season and she says it is the “best one yet”.

As for her favorite moments, the author shared. “One is set in flashbacks at Ardsmuir Prison and it has to do with Jamie and Tom Christie. Another is with Tom Christie and Claire in her surgery.”

This particular part, according Gabaldon, “without being specific about it, the show has been very faithful to the book, I’d say,” 

In a recent interview with The Dipp, when asked whether Season 6 will finish off the storyline from book 6, A Breath of Snow And Ashes, Diana replied. “I can probably tell you that they’re not being hard and fast with, ‘This season is this book and this season is this book’. They will take elements from an adjoining book when that serves their purposes”.

“The first episode is absolutely spectacular. It’s wonderful. They’re all good. As a matter of fact, this is the first season where I have not had a single episode that I found less likable. They always do a good job; it’s just which direction they’ve chosen to head in. Anyway, the season is extremely good throughout.”

Diana Gabaldon on Outlander Season 6

At first, Gabaldon’s description of the season was a bit vague: “A number of things happen.” But also she added that several occurrences concentrate in on specific characters.

“A couple for instance, are focused heavily toward young Ian and his life with the Mohawk and what happened there. Whereas, others are more closely focused on Jamie and Claire. And there’s quite a bit on Roger and Brianna and Fergus and Marsali. There’s quite a lot of stuff for six episodes, but they’ve handled it beautifully.”

Diana Gabaldon

“The premiere is very important. It sets the tone for the entire season. It’s the first chapter in the book and you want to start that with a bang. Like Diana usually does, we move forward and try to pace the story out. It’s very important to introduce new characters which we do every season as Diana creates new characters… In episode 1, we went backward by going to another book where the Christies are introduced and we need to fill that fans in that don’t know them. So we give them a little bit of a backstory on the Christies, the new villains in town.”

Matthew Roberts

Producer Davis also adds that the best thing of book 6 is that “there’s much material for all of them”. 

Love between Jamie and Claire becomes even deeper and more solidRoger and Brianna continue in their journey, which will see something fun and new coming, according to Davis, and even Lizzie will be leading a series of very interesting dynamics.

At the Outlander 6 premiere event, actress Caitlin O’Ryan described her Lizzie’s journey through the season, mentioning how the young woman will finally find her voice, and her place and we’ll see her very jaunty and “naive” (Readers of the books know 😉 )

“Claire’s breaking point is just one of the several intense moments,” executive producer Matthew Roberts promises, “are in store for this drama, which has always been fueled by passion. There are many scenes where we just let the actors go. They’re heartbreaking, moving and joyous. The [characters are] looking in each other’s eyes and there’s a lot of emotion,” he says. “The audience is going to be on the edge of their seats and holding their breaths. At the end of some scenes, they are going to be bawling their eyes out.”

Moreover, Season 6 is marked by the arrival of new faces at Fraser’s Ridge, who the readers were waiting for a long time to see, and will shock the harmony at the Ridge: The Christie Family, respectively played by Mark Lewis Jones (Tom Christie), Jessica Reynolds (Malva Christie) and Alexander Vlahos (Allan Christie)!

Tom is Jamie’s old comrade and rival from their days at Ardsmuir’s prison after the Jacobite uprising. As in the books, the Christie family will be causing no small amount of trouble in the Frasers’ lives. Although as Sam Heughan points out, the relationship between Jamie and Tom sees “mutual respect and understanding” at the base.

“It won’t be an easy journey for these two. “

Sam Heughan

He’s “an old adversary of Jamie’s,” Heughan notes. Both men were held at Ardsmuir Prison in Scotland after the Battle of Culloden more than 25 years ago

“Tom’s a staunch Protestant; Jamie’s a quite forward-thinking Catholic. Flashbacks [show] them at loggerheads,” Heughan says. Adds executive producer Matthew B. Roberts: “We’re taking what’s happening in the Colonies and bringing it to Fraser’s Ridge with the Christies. They’re revolting at the Ridge, and Jamie’s trying to manage that as well as the bigger picture of the Revolution.”

“[Jamie] is being pulled in every direction. I think he’s always tried to find the right line between what to do with history—we know they’ve tried to change history in the past—and we just want to be on the right side. And while he’s dealing with that, he’s also trying to give Claire her space. He’s aware of what she’s going through and he knows she’ll speak to him. 

I think what really gets between these two in their relationship—normally they talk about everything—is that for the first time, Claire doesn’t have those tools and she doesn’t consult with Jamie. I think that’s where they lose each other a little bit. His eye is taken off the ball and he’s also dealing with Tom Christie. In the flashback [in the Season 6 premiere], it really sets up this relationship. There’s something unsaid between Tom and Jamie, this war and this powerplay that they’re constantly battling each other.”

Sam Heughan

Christie’s two children add many unexpected wrinkles too. “They’re a weird little family,” Heughan observes of Tom, his brash son Allan (Alexander Vlahos), and his curious daughter Malva (Jessica Reynolds).

Malva is a key character this season and a mix of so many things: cunning, smart, charming, naive. Jessica can go from zero to 60, from wide-eyed innocent to really steely. She’s never met anyone like Claire, who’s so worldly and outspoken — everything she has been taught that a woman is not supposed to be. Claire takes Malva under her wing.”

Maril Davis

Claire being in an unusual female role for the time, as a healer, draws scrutiny from the new arrivals.

They call her a witch. She’s OK with that. She understands that because Jamie is the law of the land, she’s protected. We’ll see how protected Jamie can keep her.”

Matthew Roberts

Both the cast and Diana Gabaldon raise the bar on what to expect from the storyline of the Christie family. It will definitely be an important part of the season. We will love and hate them at the same time, says Sam Heughan. Everyone has also underlined how great the actors who play them (Mark Lewis Jones, Jessica Reynolds and Alexander Vlahos) are. They have established a beautiful relationship both on and off set.

A very interesting scene, which in particular Caitriona Balfe recalls with a smile, sees Claire performing an intense surgery on Tom Christie.

Theirs will be a story that gets under the skin of everyone. It is not easily forgotten. And right from the start, explains Sam Heughan, we will understand and see the relationship that binds Tom (Christie) and Jamie, who were old comrades in the prison of Ardsmuir.

As for her favorite moments, the author Diana Gabaldon shared. “One is set in flashbacks at Ardsmuir Prison and it has to do with Jamie and Tom Christie. Another is with Tom Christie and Claire in her surgery.”

This particular part, according Gabaldon, “without being specific about it, the show has been very faithful to the book, I’d say,” 

Meet Allan Christie!

Meet Tom Christie!

Meet Malva Christie!

“So many new faces, so many new families…” teases Sophie Skelton. 

“A lot of new characters, lots of new relationships, lots of new potential drama, which is what Outlander does so well!” adds Richard Rankin. “Everyone’s starting to find their own feet, but some are still struggling…” continues Caitriona Balfe, who will be echoed by Sam Heughan, by explaining how the outline theme of the season will definitely be the presence of more chaos at Fraser’s Ridge.

The weather will be like a real character within the entire season. As producer Maril Davis points out, every year filming in Scotland in winter is a challenge, but this season has also happened in an almost strategic way. The weather kind of symbolize the great psychological darkness and cold that will populate the Ridge. Not to mention, the American Revolution is coming!!

As teased by Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe to EW in a recent interview, full included in the magazine’s special number The Ultimate Guide to Outlander Season 6 with many other BTS curiosities, recaps and exclusive pictures, Outlander Season 6 will sort of mark the beginning of the end for Fraser’s Ridge as we know it – it will definitely be a journey of trauma!

In season 6, Fraser’s Ridge will experience a time of crisis, which is perfectly in tune with the climate generated by the American Revolution starting up.

In fact, as executive producer Maril Davis explained, weather will be a bit like a character on Outlander Season 6. After putting so much effort in creating the community of Fraser’s Ridge, on Outlander Season 6 we’ll see some former allies of the Fraser clan – along with some newcomers, including the Christie family – starting to raise questions about some of the choices Jamie and Claire made since their arrival in North Carolina.

What kind of changes will disrupt the Frasers’ life this time?

“They spent so long trying to come to Fraser’s Ridge and building this place that was this safe heaven for them. Then new people arrive, new situations arise, and it sort of undermines all that. I think we see a lot of things come to roost this season that change Claire and Jamie’s perspective of where they stand within their community. And definitely some of her bullishness and that blind faith in doing the right thing get a little bit knocked within Claire.

Caitriona Balfe

It’s been pointed out several times within the panel as Outlander Season 6 will be a journey into trauma. It will explore more specifically the psychological consequences of what we saw in the final acts of season 5, for each character. But not only that. As John Bell teases, we will also take a leap into the past to see more closely what happened to Young Ian. But also, how he will use all this in his future.

It will be a season full of drama, and tension on every front. Also, as Sam Heughan points out, the fact that even just the first episode lasts 90 minutes, will help in this, giving way to the characters to develop better. In essence, it will be eight episodes but the feeling is that there are twenty, given the amount of events. It’s difficult even for the cast and producers themselves to pick a single episode they like the most

In a recent interview with Radio Times to promote her new series, Vigil, Lauren Lyle teased what the Outlander fans should expect from Marsali, and especially her relationship with her husband Fergus in the upcoming season of the time travel drama.

At the end of season five, Marsali takes it upon herself to avenge Claire (her surrogate “Ma”) by killing her rapist. In season six, “it continues to just get quite a lot darker” for Marsali as she deals with the fall-out of the murder, says Lyle. 

“Marsali and Fergus have always been this fun, romantic couple – young, cool – like the ones that make people laugh and are just really in love with each other and have all these kids. And this time [in season six], it just got really deep and really dark. They’re at their most tested. It’s the most tumultuous time that we’ve seen them and their relationship [in]. And Marsali really has, this season. It’s the first time you see her having to step up, and she’s sort of supporting the family and dealing with her own needs.” 

Lauren Lyle

Fergus starts Season 6 trying to deal already with recovering from what he lacked with Marsali last season. I think it’s terrible for him not having been able to protect his wife at this moment. And I think for Fergus, he’s already struggling with his own self not feeling very worthy. Plus his everyday problem of like, ‘What’s my position?’ ‘What’s my role in the Ridge, having only one hand?’. So I think we can be a bit worried for Fergus.

Cesar Domboy
Talking with SheKnows about Outlander Season 6 and what’s next for Marsali and Fergus, Lauren Lyle and Cesar Domboy revealed their favourite episodes from the season!

I reckon episode 2 is my favourite… Something happens that I’ve been like asking Matthew Roberts (executive producer) for and it’s very dramatic and very… difficult and dark and it was a lot for me as an actor to do, and it has to do with a baby… but I mean, I loved it and it’s great!

Lauren Lyle

My favourite episode is like 4, because we raise the stakes so high and we see Fergus in ways that we never saw him before, so it was so interesting to me to go and to explore this world and the chance to do a lot (of scenes) with Cait Balfe, so I mean, you know, she’s such a good tennis player, so she makes it easier, you know… It was great.

Cesar Domboy
During their panel at 2022 Seattle Adventure, Outlandish Vancouver, Lauren Lyle and Cesar Domboy teased some intense scenes between their charcaters in Season 6. In particular they mention a childbirth scene that was particularly hard to film.

Q: Which scenes were ridiculously hard to film?

Cesar Domboy: An intimate moment giving birth in S6. Which wasn’t awkward at all. 

Q: How did you prepare for the birth scene in S6.

Lauren Lyle: They haven’t really shown Marsali giving birth before. Maybe another baby is born and maybe it comes from me.  We just look at each other and a baby appears. Actually, [Lauren] did a lot of research. Came across one 18th C. corset for nursing that had little wooden doors over the nipples – “ wooden doors for wooden hands.” 

Cesar Domboy: In S6 there is an intimate moment where Marsali is giving birth and Fergus is there. They had an intimacy coach for the scene.

Things are about to get buck wild on Fraser’s Ridge, as Outlander star Caitriona Balfe teased and Claire isn’t in a good position.

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Outlander Season 6 has plenty of emotional twists in store, as Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) will adjust to life alongside the Christies.

“Outlander does baddies and villains quite well. [The Christies] aren’t your typical villains, which is great and refreshing.”

Caitriona Balfe on Outlander Season 6

The actress went on to praise her new costars, particularly Northern Irish actress Jessica Reynolds, who plays Malva Christie, daughter of Jamie’s old nemesis Tom Christie (Mark Lewis Jones).

“Claire and Malva build a great relationship and bond. It’s very destabilizing for Claire. It’s a really heartbreaking, but a really twisted narrative that they all get embroiled in.”

Caitriona Balfe on Claire’s relationship with the Christies

In EW’s Ultimate Guide To Outlander Season 6, Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin tease what’s next for Roger and Brianna and also, rumour has it, the MacKenzies may be about to add another branch to their family tree…

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After coming to terms with the idea that Fraser’s Ridge and the 18th century are their heart’s home, on Outlander Season 6, which premiere March 6, 2022, Roger and Brianna will have to work hard and reinvent themselves to find their place in that dimension.

“[The fact that they failed going back to the future] paves the way for Roger and Brianna to be a more solid team. Obviously both of them were feeling uprooted being in the pastBrianna not only because of what happened to her, but with the fact that she can’t be an engineer in the same way Roger can be a minister now, or whatever he wants to be. And then obviously Roger is feeling really out of place in the past as well. I love the fact that they’re saying their home really is with the Frasers and the family and the people they’ve gotten to know there. Roger and Brianna have found a family they never had in the future.”

Sophie Skelton

Brianna will bring up the great engineer in her on Outlander Season 6!

As anticipated by Outlander executive producer Maril Davis at New York Comic Con, on Outlander Season 6 we will see Brianna engaged in some very innovative constructions. It will allow her to implement her engineering skills.

“She will use her architectural knowledge to build contraptions that will make life at the Ridge easier for everyone.”

Sophie Skelton
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Jamie and Roger will get back to their lives side by side at Fraser’s Ridge on the right foot on Outlander Season 6!

Following all the vices mostly due to a general misunderstanding by Jamie, both Sam Heughan and Richard Rankin tease Jamie and Roger living ‘happily ever after’ to lead Fraser’s Ridge side by side this season. Like two men who admire and respect each other.

“Through the experiences with each other, they understand each other now. They understand where they’re coming from. Their love and commitment, their loyalty and passion to their family, which now extends to each other”

Richard Rankin

Rumour has it, the Fraser-Mackenzie family may be about to expand again next season…

In one of the promotional photos, we see Roger holding in his arms what seems to be a child wrapped in blankets, with a very upset expression. Asked whether or not that baby might be a newcomer to the Mackenzie family, Richard Rankin refused to comment and passed on the question to his co-star Sophie Skelton, who, after swearing to him in laughter, explains how on Outlander Season 6 we will see Brianna and Roger trying somehow to have another child, but she won’t say whether or not we will see the result this season.

“It’s really a beautiful story the writers have added in. Women always struggle with not being able to get pregnantThe pressures on that end and time limits on that and almost feeling like their body’s failing them to do the one thing that they feel they were maybe put on earth to do. People who do want children often really struggle to get pregnant, even if they’ve had a child before. Roger and Brianna actually have honest conversations that you don’t see often on TV about trying to get pregnant and failing and just making that normal.”

Sophie Skelton

In EW’s Ultimate Guide To Outlander Season 6, Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe tease what’s next for Jamie and Claire – between revolutions, conflicts, surgeries and trauma…

Among the many complications that Jamie and Claire , and the rest of the Fraser family will be facing on Outlander Season 6, a particularly significant one is represented by the American Revolution.

“We won’t necessarily get into battle yet, but the temperature of society, of what’s going on around them is definitely heating up, and it’s affecting everyone. Fraser’s Ridge, for this moment in time, is very much protected. But I think the realization that it won’t be for much longer is very much there.”

Caitriona Balfe

It’s been said that “a man cannot serve two masters”, but in the case of Jamie Fraser, this is possible anyway – anything is possible when it comes to protecting his people and his family.

Until the last Jamie Fraser has tried to double-cross between British and Americans to avoid making a choice in terms of alliance, but on Outlander Season 6 he will be facing the ultimate crossroads, since he knows the British will be on the losing side of this war.

“Time is always marching forward. Jamie and Claire have a lot of experience with wars and trying to change the course of history and they’ve learned they can’t […] So this time they’re really trying to ride the wave. Jamie knows he’s going to be on the losing side. He’s currently on the side of the British, but he’s doing that to protect his community, his settlers and his men. But at some point, he’s gonna have to jump ship. Now he’s been given the [additional] responsibility of being an Indian agent, so he’s torn between supplying arms to the Native Americans, which may, at some point, be turned upon him. He’s treading this fine line between serving both sides and doing the right thing.”

Sam Heughan

In the Season 5 finale, we saw Jamie who honorably returned Lionel’s body to his brother, Richard (Chris Larkin) — but the horrific saga is far from over.

“This is only the beginning of an even bigger, deeper animosity between the two. Richard is an extremely dangerous man, and very powerful. You’re going to see a lot more of the Browns.”

Sam Heughan

The events of the last season finale have generated a great change that will be immediately palpable in Claire on Outlander Season 6!

Still talking about trauma, the fallout of what happened to Claire in the last season will lead to major changes in her very way of being. As Caitriona Balfe teases, this season we will see Claire facing what happened for the first time. This will flow into every aspect of her life, leading to a change in her, who has always been used to compartmentalizing feelings.

That bleeds into every aspect of her life, including as a healer. Jamie’s watching her. Everybody is more aware of what’s going on with Claire than she is. Until it becomes too much, and she has to deal with it.”

Maril Davis

“I think we see a lot of things come to roost this season that change Jamie and Claire’s perspective of where they stand within their community. And definitely some of her bullishness and that blind faith in doing the right thing get a little bit knocked within Claire. In her heart, she is a healer – when she sees someone in need, Claire’s instinct is just to go toward that person. She can’t help it. But some of her confidence is shook. That’s probably the biggest difference in the Claire that we see this season.”

Caitriona Balfe

A very interesting scene, which in particular Caitriona Balfe recalls with a smile and claims to be her favourite scene from the season, sees Claire performing an intense surgery on Tom Christie.

“Sam and I had a scene with Mark Lewis Jones – there might be a slight operation that Claire has to give Tom Christie. It was one of the funniest. I’ve never seen Sam break so much. He’s usually the person who can keep a straight face, and I’m probably the giggler. But Mark Lewis Jones is so funny and so brilliant. It was very hard to get through.”

Caitriona Balfe
The good-humored actress describes one of the tougher days toward the end of the shoot, when her bump was biggest.

“There was lots of gun shooting—Claire was shooting a few herself—and squibs flying. One of the funniest bits was, I had to get up from the ground, just get up. We did that take multiple times. I was struggling.”

Caitriona Balfe

Processing that trauma is difficult for the good doctor. “Claire’s putting on a brave face,” Balfe says. “This is something she’s never had to deal with—PTSD.” According to EP Maril Davis, Claire is “trying to figure out ways to self-medicate. The ramifications of that affect her and Jamie.”

“We see that Claire starts to lean on some things she’s been using medically to give herself a little bit of a reprieve from the pain that she’s experiencing.”

Caitriona Balfe

Among the many storylines that will be covered in the short but intense season 6 of Outlander, that of Young Ian (John Bell) is definitely one of the most anticipated by fans, and not only!

From both the teaser trailer and the opening credits of Outlander Season 6, it’s clear that Young Ian ‘s Mohawk past storyline will be one of the main ones.

“I really love the season 5 finale so much because we get to see a bit of what happened to Ian. At the beginning of season 6, he’s in a much better place. He knows where home is, I think in his heart. He’s still struggling with his identity a little bit. He’s between the two, the two cultures, but he’s now finding his path again back to his family. Young Ian is a character, I think, always wears his heart on his sleeve, and as we go through Season 6, and his loyalties are tested, he has to really decide who he is, and what’s going to stand for.”

John Bell

This season, Ian accompanies his uncle Jamie, who is now serving as an “Indian agent” (a liaison between the British and the Native Americans), during visits to the backcountry.

They’re teammates, working with the Cherokee, but Ian is being pulled in two directions. Who is he? An American Indian or a Scot? We see that pull — and learn what happened to him when he was with the Mohawk.”

Matthew Roberts

Adds Bell, “Ian’s been through the wringer, bless him.”

MARK ME, we will see Bonnie Prince Charles again in Outlander Season 6, and it will be an iconic moment!

The news had already been leaked a few months ago, after some fans noticed on the agency page of Andrew Gower, the actor who masterfully played Bonnie Prince Charles Stuart previously in the series, a reference to his participation in Outlander Season 6. However, there was no official confirmation until today, when the actor himself, speaking to journalists on the red carpet of the Outlander Season 6 premiere event, said he will be appearing in some scenes during the season.

It’s good to be back. (…) It’s an odd thing, this job, because I haven’t been in it since season 2 and yet I feel like I never left… and yet I did! (…) I didn’t know [that Prince Charles would be back in season 6] but I had some suspicion that when Sam Heughan became producer he would want me to come back for some reason. Also, the scenes I came back for are like the scenes I always wanted to end the character’s story with. (…) It’s an iconic scene, a scene from Scottish history that everyone knows about. And yes, I’m wearing an even more ridiculous outfit than I did before, which even I didn’t think was possible!

Andrew Gower

How many episodes is Outlander Season 6 made of?

As executive producer Matthew Roberts told EW a few months ago, due to COVID-19 restrictions and the pandemic in general, Outlander Season 6 will have 8 episodes only. However, the episodes will be longer than usual, including a 90-minute-long premiere. In a recent interview, Sam Heughan described the upcoming new season of Outlander as “short but mighty”

Episode 1 will be entitled “Echoes” and it’s written by showrunner and co-executive producer Matthew B Roberts. The second episode, instead, will take the title “Allegiance”, and its screenplay is signed by Steve Kornacki and Alyson Evans, who had already written episode 5 last season, “Perpetual Adoration”Episode 3, whose screenplay is written by Shaina Fewell, original member of the Outlander writer’s room, is entitled “Temperence”.

Episode 4 will be titled “Hour of the Wolf”, and will most likely focus on Young Ian’s Indian past, while episode 5 will be titled “Give me Liberty”.

At this point, we see episode 6 entitled “The World Turned Upside Down”. Written by co-executive producer Toni Graphia. I already see the fans of the books raise their ears in front of the title of this last episode! It precisely follows the title of a very interesting chapter of the book by Diana Gabaldon on which the season is based “A Breath of Snow and Ashes”, which stars our beloved Frasers and the long-awaited Christie family.

The last two episodes are entitled “Sticks and Stones” and “I Am Not Alone”.

Who are the confirmed cast members of Outlander Season 6?

Caitriona Balfe – Claire Beauchamp Randall Fraser

Sam Heughan – James Fraser

Sophie Skelton – Brianna Randall Fraser MacKenzie

Richard Rankin – Roger MacKenzie

César Domboy – Fergus Fraser

John Bell – Young Ian Murray

Lauren Lyle – Marsali McKimmie Fraser

Caitlin O’ Ryan – Lizzie Weymiss

Maria Doyle Kennedy – Jocasta MacKenzie Cameron

Andrew e Matthew Adair – Jeremiah Fraser MacKenzie

Colin McFarlane – Ulysses

Paul Gorman – Josiah and Kezziah Beardsley

Mark Lewis Jones – Tom Christie

Jessica Reynolds – Malva Christie

Alexander Vlahos – Allan Christie

David Berry – Lord John Grey

Robin Laing – Major MacDonald

When is Outlander Season 6 coming out?

STARZ historical-fantasy drama Outlander Season 6 is set to premiere on March 6, 2022 on STARZ.

Trailer and opening credits

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKpkKYuJR1g

STARZ exclusively released through EW a first excerpt from the script of Outlander Season 6 premiere, “Echoes”!

In the exclusive scene taken from the script of Outlander Season 6 premiere, Claire (Caitríona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) discuss new arrivals on Fraser’s Ridge, the Christie Family, comprised of Tom (Mark Lewis Jones) and his two children, Allan (Alexander Vlahos) and Malva (Jessica Reynolds). While Tom may be an old Ardsmuir acquaintance of Jamie’s, that doesn’t mean his family’s presence won’t be disruptive.

“We just wanted to come into the first episode and really give you background on that relationship. There’s this assumption that all of Jamie’s Ardsmuir men are people he had a good relationships with and who look up to him. That might not be the case.”

Matthew Roberts, executive producer

Let’s get a look at a first excerpt from the script of Outlander Season 6 premiere!

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Chiara Lombatti
Chiara Lombatti
When Cristina Yang’s mankind hate, and Sherlock Holmes’ deductive skills meet Randall Pearson’s anxiety and Jamie Fraser’s multilingualism (featuring Claire Fraser’s curls and Kate Pearson’s voice). Translator and feature article with a great love for cinema, TV series and books.

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  1. You do really nice articles, but your font color is extremely hard to read. Especially for people with any type of vision problem.

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