Outlander is one of the most successful romance and fantasy dramas on television that premiered in 2014. The series, starring Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, was absent from screens for two years, due to the fact that the production of season 6 was postponed as a result of the global health crisis affecting the world. (Spoilers for the final episodes of season 6)
Thankfully, the Outlander cast and crew began filming Season 6 as early as 2021. These episodes premiered on the Starz broadcast network on March 6 and are now heading to the end of the installment this Sunday, May 1, when the eighth and final episode to air.
Outlander season 6 has been no less dramatic than previous installments in the series. Claire’s mental health crisis has put not only her life at risk, but also Jamie’s peace of mind, who remains concerned for the well-being of the family and everyone at Fraser’s Ridge.
Added to all the problems and the murder of Malva Christie in the sixth episode of season 6 of Outlander, the story of the final installment is about to take a turn when Jamie and Claire have to face each other in a shootout when those who accuse her of kill Malva Christie, go stop her.
Outlander’s sixth installment may be the shortest of them all, but there’s no question that its eight episodes are among the most intense in the show’s history. The fantasy series has been renewed for season 7 which is expected to air in late 2022 or early 2023 to fit the seventh book in the Diana Gabaldon saga.
The truth is that while the Outlander cast and crew are currently filming episodes for season 7, keep in mind that nearly a decade has passed since it first premiered on Starz. Therefore, many have wondered when the end of the series will be, and this was answered by Caitriona Balfe in a recent interview with Vanity Fair.
Importantly, both Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe have hinted that the end of Outlander could be near. The interpreter of Claire said that the fate of the series is not in her hands, but at the same time she admitted that 10 years is a “good period of time” to conclude the program, but that as long as the scripts remain good, the drama can continue. For his part, Gabaldón stated that he would like to adapt the 10 books of the novels.
“We will have reached the almost 10-year mark by the end of [la temporada 7], which feels like a good length of time, but we don’t know. Those decisions are far beyond my influence.”
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