The new trailer for season four of Outlander opens with Claire and Jamie Fraser looking out over a beautiful, unspoiled vista in America and thinking of the possibilities ahead – before giving us glimpses of the harrowing times ahead.
Starz’s Outlander: Season 4 premieres on Sunday, November 4th (8/7).
As filming continues on Outlander: Season 4 (see preview photos above and following), Starz has announced that its hit time travel/romance series has been renewed for seasons five and six.
Seasons five and six will each play out over 12 episodes respectively and will be based on material from the fifth book in the Outlander series, entitled The Fiery Cross, as well as the sixth book in the series, A Breath of Snow and Ashes. Continue reading Outlander Renewed for Seasons 5 & 6!→
Outlander: Season Three will arrive in stores in three formats: DVD, Blu-ray and Limited Collectors Edition.
The Blu-ray/DVD set will include 27 deleted and extended scenes with introductions Ronald D. Moore, a gag reel and two featurettes: A Traveling Show Takes Sail and “The Transformation of Geillis Duncan.
The Limited Edition will also include: podcast commentary tracks; an additional scene with Lord John Grey & Lady Isobel Dunsany, and more.
After a long hiatus and five episodes filled with monumental (and sometimes heartrending twist), Claire and Jamie will – at long last – be reunited.
The sixth episode of Outlander’s third season, A. Malcolm, Claire and Jamie are finally together again – but, of course, there are obstacles to be overcome.
Beginning at 5pm(4C), October 15th, Starz will marathon the first five episodes of season three – then, on October 22nd (8/7C), the supersized sixth episode of Outlander will reunite its lovers. Check out the teaser below.
The third season of Outlander will premiere in September, 2017. Not only that, but the series is moving production from Scotland to South Africa.
Catriona Balfe and Sam Heughan have posted a video on the show’s Facebook page bidding Scotland a fond farewell, though, as they note, Outlander will return in the future.
Carmi Zlotnik, President of Programming for Starz addressed the later premiere, “While ‘Droughtlander’ will last just a little longer, we feel it is important to allow the production the time and number of episodes needed to tell the story of the ‘Voyager’ book in its entirety. The scale of this book is immense, and we owe the fans the very best show. Returning in September will make that possible.”