Outlander Season 7 has its debut trailer, poster, and release date thanks to Starz. The TV series, which is based on Diana Gabaldon‘s best-selling Outlander book series, tells the tale of Claire (Caitriona Balfe), a World War II nurse who is unceremoniously transported back in time and begins a new life in 1743 Scotland. Although the plot of Outlander begins in Scotland, the Fraser family had moved across the Atlantic by Season 6 to start a new life in America.
Outlander Season 7 Trailer
The family fought to maintain their unity last season as the American Revolution drew near and rival political factions sought to ensnare them in their terrible conflict. The Fraser family is still together and doing well because to the fact that love truly does conquer all of life’s challenges. In Season 7, Claire and her husband Jaime (Sam Heughan) will continue traversing the New World, as the new trailer indicates. In the upcoming season, new actors Charles Vandervaart as William Ransom, Izzy Meikle-Small as Rachel Hunter, and Joey Phillips as Denzell Hunter will all make their debuts.
Cast of Outlander Season 7
Returning actors for Season 7 of Outlander include Caitlin O’Ryan as Lizzie Beardsley, Richard Rankin as Josiah and Keziah Beardsley, John Bell as Young Ian, David Berry as Lord John Grey, and Sophie Skelton as Brianna MacKenzie. Season 7 promises to go deeper into the show’s time-traveling theme in addition to deepening all these fan favourites’ stories, as the first posters for the upcoming season posit, “When do you belong?” The questions hint that when deciding when and where to live their lives, Claire and Jaime may have to make difficult decisions.
Sometime in the summer of 2023 will see the premiere of Outlander Season 7. Outlander: Blood of My Blood, a prequel spinoff series, is expanding the series’ universe while fans are anticipating Season 7 of the popular drama. In order to give viewers a completely unique story they can’t get anywhere else, the series will portray the tale of Jaime’s parents by departing from the original literary source. Before the events of Outlander, both of Jaime’s parents passed away, thus the prequel will delve into new ground while providing us with more heated historical drama. Outlander: Blood of My Blood is regrettably still in the early stages of development and has no set release date. CHECK OUT THE TRAILER HERE: