Outlander Season 6 is back in production as of February 2021! The series was originally supposed to start filming in the spring of 2020 but has been postponed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The celebrities returned to Scotland in late 2020 to get pre-production clothing fittings, but the shooting was delayed because of an increase of COVID-19 instances in Europe, in addition to inclement weather. Despite heavy snow, Starz declared the series had returned to filming in February 2021.
With production only just beginning — without a guarantee that there will not be more flaws down the line — there is not any official premiere date set yet. If everything stays on schedule, we’re probably looking at a late 2021 or ancient 2022 yield for the sequence. What we do understand is that Season 6 will probably be 12 episodes.
Your favorites will go back for the new season. Balfe, Heughan, Skelton, and Rankin have returned to place, Together with John Bell as Young Ian, Cesar Domboy as Fergus, and Lauren Lyle as Marsali. Additional cast members for Season 6 continue to be declared.
Where to See
Outlander Season 6 will premiere on Starz on a subsequent date. Meanwhile, if you would like to catch up on or rewatch Outlander, all five seasons are around the Starz program, and Seasons 1-4 could be streamed on Netflix. The show is also streamed on Amazon Prime Video or Hulu using a Starz add-on subscription.