Outlander Season 6 has yet to begin filming, but executive producer Matthew B. Roberts claims it is going to be full of drama. And that’s not all. It is going to also be full of joyful scenes that will be pulled from best-selling author Diana Gabaldon’s sixth book A Breath of Snow and Ashes.
The new season will pick up where Season 5 ended with the Frasers and the MacKenzie’s healing from the traumas and the losses they experienced. But they are all reunited as a family and that will make them powerful as they confront what lies ahead.
The center family members will return, including Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser, Caitriona Balfe as Claire Fraser, Sophie Skelton as Brianna Randall MacKenzie and Richard Rankin as Roger MacKenzie.
What is the Outlander Season 6 release date?
Season 6 of Outlander does not even begin filming before January 2021, thus there is no information on its release date. The best-case situation would be sometime in late fall 2021, but there’s also the chance that Starz could hold it on until ancient 2022.
Is there a Season 7 of Outlander?
“Conversations are underway on both the Season 7 and spinoffs,” executive producer Ron Moore informed The Hollywood Reporter. “I believe we’ll have great news on both those arenas before too long so that I feel optimistic about it. I agree that it ought to have happened before this, but everything happens in its period and I think both of these things are probably going to occur and, ideally, we will have the ability to say something about it before too long.”
What’s Going to Happen in Outlander Season 6?
Outlander Season 6 will be predicated on Gabaldon’s sixth book A Breath of Snow and Ashes. A part of the story from A Breath of Snow and Ashes was covered in Season 5 of Outlander, however it’s a large book, so there is a whole lot more story to come.
As it opens, the Frasers are beating the traumas from last season: Claire’s kidnap and sexual assault, Brianna’s abduction by Stephen Bonnet, Roger’s being hung and nearly perishing, Jamie’s brush with death after being bitten by a venomous snake and the death of his godfather Murtagh (Duncan Lacroix) at the Battle of Alamance.
“When we abandoned Season 5, the whole family is fractured,” Heughan said during the Outlander End of Summer series. “They are together but Claire still has some healing to do.”
And Balfe consented, “One of the things I’m looking forward to seeing is the way she copes with all that and the consequences of it. The way the family as an entire unit heals together or helps her to heal. I believe that will be an extremely lovely area of the story”