During a drought, people may come and go all the time, but they don’t stay long. As we say goodbye to season 6, know that Outlander will be back for the seventh season. The new season was supposed to have 12 episodes, but it has now been pushed back to 16 episodes. Starz is willing to go back and forth in time and space to give us more Outlander.
Outlander showrunner Matt Roberts said in a statement: “We are so excited that Starz has given us the chance to keep going on the epic Outlander journey.” People who work on the show say they can’t wait to break Echo in the Bone and look forward to giving fans another season of this exciting story.
Season 6 has Claire and Jamie living on Fraser’s Ridge in colonial North Carolina, where the Revolutionary War is getting closer and closer. Roger and Brianna are on their own time travel journey, and the war is getting closer and closer. In season 6, there was a lot of drama in just eight episodes. That’s why we need a longer season 7. There are going to be a lot of episodes. Everyone knows about season 7 now.
In Season 7, What will happen?
Season 7 will be based on the seventh book in Gabaldon’s series of books, called An Echo in the Bone. It’s up for debate, though, which parts of that book will be used in Season 7. In Season 5, some of the storylines came from Gabaldon’s sixth book, A Breath of Snow and Ashes. So it’s possible that the sixth season of Outlander could also be based on the seventh book by Gabaldon.
Who will be in Season 7?
In the least, we know that Sam Heughan, Caitrona Balfe, Sophia Skelton, and Richard Rankin will all be back, at the very least. David Berry played Lord John Grey again in season 6. Hopefully, he’ll be back in season 7 as well. They both show up a lot in the next book.
William Ransom, Jamie’s now-grown son who was raised by Lord John, is also a big part of it. This means there’s a chance that both Berry and someone else will be in the show as an adult William Ransom. This person could be someone new.
It isn’t clear yet how Young Ian and Marsali will turn out. We’ll also have to wait and see who lasts through season 6.
Outlander Season 7 Spoilers
Balfe says that based on the two Season 7 scripts she got in late 2021, it’s going to be a “hard” season to film.
Happy Sad Confused: “At 3.30 this morning, while I was feeding my son, I got an email with two scripts. I opened one of them and read the first episode. Then my eyes got crossed, so I’ll have to look at that another time,” she said. People are excited because the first two episodes are in their inboxes. We’re ready to get back into the show again. This is going to be a hard one. We’re going to try for a whole year. So, in Dougal McKenzie’s words, “We’re going to gird our loins.”
In Season 7, how many episodes will there be?
For the reason that Season 6 only had eight episodes because of COVID-19 and Balfe’s pregnancy, Season 7 will have 16 episodes.
Joked about how Heughan would handle Season 7’s year-long shoot. “Sam will be on his seventh almanac at that point.” You can’t keep up with him. In my head, I say, “Where do you get your energy from, and please send some my way!”
Streaming Platforms For Outlander Season 7
The STARZ app will show the new season of Outlander when it debuts. New episodes will most likely be shown on Sunday nights, and they will be shown on STARZ, Amazon, and Hulu all have older seasons of Outlander that you can watch right now.
Cast of Outlander Season 7
The events of author Diana Gabaldon’s sixth (A Breath of Snow and Ashes) and seventh (An Echo in the Bone) novels in the Outlander series will be the focus of Season 7. The following actors will surely return because all of the main characters feature in those books:
- Actor Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser)
- British actress Caitriona Balfe (Claire Fraser)
- Richard Rankin (Roger Mackenzie)
- Sophie Skelton is an actress from the United Kingdom (Brianna Mackenzie)
- Fans can also expect to see some familiar faces, including:
- John Bell is a novelist (Young Ian)
- Lauren Lyle is a model and actor (Marsali)
- Cesar Domboy (Cesar Domboy) (Cesar Domboy) (Fergus)
- Caitlin O’Ryan (Caitlin O’Ryan) (Caitlin O’Ryan) (Lizzie)
- David Berry is a published author (Lord John)
- Because the current season must resolve cliffhangers from the previous season, some of the newest cast members, such as:
- Alexander Vlahos (Allan Christie)
- Mark Lewis Jones is a published author (Tom Christie)
- Brennan Martin is an author (Wendigo Donner)
- Professional hockey player Chris Larkin (Richard Brown)
- Paul Gorman (Josiah and Keziah Beardsley)
Graham McTavish’s return to Outlander will also be welcomed by fans. In the first two seasons of Outlander, the actor played Jamie’s uncle, Dougal Mackenzie, with buddy Sam Heughan in the TV road trip travel series Men In Kilts. In season five, he returned to play Dougal’s cousin Buck, and he told Digital Spy that he was always up for returning to the program.
“Buck… “I’m not sure,” says the speaker. He was making fun of her. “I know he’s in the books – I think he’s in volumes 7 and 8, but I’m not sure… If there’s one thing I’ve learned in this business, it’s that the performers are always the last to know!”
When Season 7 will be out?
It is expected that the new season could be out by Friday, August 12, 2022. This is a huge deal because season 6 premiered in March 2022.