Outlander Season 6 Trailer Gets Political, Teases Release Date

David Galvan

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We are amid the lengthiest Droughtlander ever, but it is now official: Season 6 of Outlander will premiere on Starz in early 2022.

Season 6 will be reduced to only eight episodes, while season 7 will be prolonged to 16. The network published that information on June 1.  Season 6 will begin with a 90-minute opening episode.

Matthew B. Roberts, the showrunner of Outlander, exclaimed his thrill for going to the editing studio to work for bringing the viewers one step closer to reconnecting with the family back on Fraser’s Ridge.

Filming in 2021 offered an unusual set of difficulties, prompting the crew to cut the season short of giving fans the most vivid and exciting season possible as quickly as feasible.

The showrunner promised to give an extended season 7 in the next year, incorporating 16 episodes when life will return to normal. This is not unusual; the first season of Outlander, which debuted in 2014, had 16 episodes and was split into two parts. Everything we hear about Season 6 of the popular Starz series is included below.

When will the sixth season of Outlander premiere?

Filming has come to a conclusion, which means we are one step closer to seeing those fresh new episodes. The filming was not simple for Heughan since chilly weather coupled with pandemic limitations created an unusual atmosphere.

Season 6 is set to premiere in early 2022, so there is plenty of time to catch up on the series before then.

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Is Season 6 of Outlander available on Amazon Prime?

Outlander is a Starz program, and those of you in the UK may watch it on Amazon Prime.

Who is in the Outlander season 6 cast?

Fans will be ecstatic to hear that each of the shows’ major characters will be back for season six.

As a result, fans will see a lot more of Sam Heughan in his role as Scottish star Jamie Fraser.

As elle.com, Caitriona Balfe will reprise her role as his wife, Claire Fraser, in the next episodes, and the two will undoubtedly face more danger. Outlander’s newcomers have pleased Balfe, particularly Jessica Reynolds, who portrays Malva Christie, Jamie’s aforementioned ancient enemy Tom Christie’s daughter (Mark Lewis Jones).

Heughan also hinted (through The Express) the possibility of a new character Tom Christie, he is one of Jamie’s old enemies in Ardsmuir, but he is not so new to Jamie. He arrives in Fraser’s Ridge intending to gain some authority. As a result, there is some power play, and his daughter becomes an extremely important element of the narrative.

While additional cast members have not been confirmed, Sophie Skelton, who plays their daughter Brianna Randall Fraser, and Richard Rankin, who plays her husband Roger Wakefield, are likely to return.

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We will keep you updated when more cast members for the next series are revealed.

Since he already has his series of novels, rumours of a possible spin-off featuring fan-favorite Lord John Grey continue to swirl.

What will happen in the sixth season of Outlander?

‘A Breath of Snow and Ashes,’ Diana Gabaldon’s sixth book, will serve as the inspiration for Season 6 of Outlander.

However, as we have seen with the most recent season, this does not imply that future episodes will strictly adhere to the original material. Every year the creator approaches it freshly. However, the production team has discussed dividing books as well as merging them.

The season-five finale may offer us a hint about where things might go in upcoming installments, and we are curious.

Will Marsali, for instance, feel any remorse for the deadly injection?

Will Brianna get to see her half-brother William even she knows she has one? Will Buck Mackenzie (son of Dougal and Geillis Duncan), Roger’s ascendant, come up to create havoc?

Claire was battered and sexually abused by a gang of men before being saved by Jamie. Viewers watched her explain to Jamie that she can not let the rape break her – and she tells him she feels secure in his arms in the closing moment – but there will undoubtedly be long-term consequences as she deals with it in the next series.

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Balfe stated that they debated whether or not to depict the assault on screen, but she thought it was necessary to do so. If they try to portray it at all, they have to do it for a purpose, and the creator wants to say something about the experience that may contribute something good to the story.

Assuming that Season 6 goes well, further renewals seem to be in the cards. According to Deadline, Starz President and CEO Jeffrey Hirsch are open to the possibility of producing the seventh season: they will keep Outlander on the air as long as the viewers are interested in the narrative. They are in regular contact with their Sony partners, and the show goes on.

The first look clip for Season 6 of Outlander has been revealed

The first teaser trailer clip for Season 6 was unveiled at Starz’s panel at New York Comic-Con on October 9. After seeing Jamie, Claire, and the rest of their family sharing warm, personal moments, British troops appear to pose a threat. 

Balfe spoke about how her character Claire would cope with her trauma in the next season during the discussion. This is the first time she has not been able to conceal anything, and this is the first time she has had to cope with the consequences.

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