Part of that will include figuring out their place in the Regulator Movement as the country heads toward the Revolutionary War. “Against this backdrop, which soon heralds the birth of the new American nation, Claire and Jamie are forced to ask themselves just how far they are willing to go to protect their home, and praying there will be no reason to light the ‘fiery cross,’ an ancient Scottish call to arms,” the statement reads.
Now, in season five, Jamie and Claire’s duty is not only to their loved ones, but to the community of settlers forming part of the ever-increasing Clan Fraser.
Claire and Jamie will be focused on their community. “In season four Jamie and Claire’s decision to remain in the New World changes the course of their life together.
Every season of Outlander so far has lined up with a corresponding book in Gabaldon’s best-selling series, and season five will be no different.
But the show's co–executive producer says, "I do anticipate a return, hopefully, to that next season a little more. © 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
Outlander has been off the air for months, and we’ve been counting down the days until season five graces our TV screens.
Fans will have to wait a little while before that happens, but that doesn't mean we can't start getting excited about what's to come—and start figuring out what we can expect from the time-traveling drama's new season.
We finally got our first clues about what will go down in season five thanks to a teaser trailer released during New York Comic Con on October 5.
Actor Ed Speleers, who plays the villain role, may return this season; fans believe he survived the prison explosion in Wilmington.
The season will be based on the fifth book in Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series.
Is it February 16 yet?! https://t.co/26GhbEISAn— Glamour (@glamourmag) January 3, 2020