April 10, 2024
outlander season 7 part 2

We were gripped by the midseason conclusion of Outlander Season 7 and are eager to see what comes next.

Fans of Outlander Season 7 Part 2 are eager for it to air because it left cliffhangers everywhere it went, and perhaps we won’t have to wait too long.

Let’s examine everything we currently know about Outlander’s upcoming Season 7 Part 2.

Casts.

The events of Diana Gabaldon’s seventh and eighth Outlander books, An Echo in the Bone and Written in My Own Blood, will be the main subject of Outlander Season 7 Part 2.
Nevertheless, since they are all crucial to the narrative, we should anticipate seeing the primary characters again.

Sam Heughen, Richard Rankin, Sophie Skelton, John Bell, and Caitriona Balfe are all expected to return in their respective parts.

In Part 2, Charles Vandervaart, who plays Jamie Fraser’s hidden son William Ransom, could also make a reappearance. 
Jenny Murray is one character that will be back, but owing to schedule issues, Laura Donnelly will no longer be playing her.
Rather, Kristin Atherton (Waterloo Road, Doctors) will portray Jenny. 

This season’s returning cast members include Laoghaire Fraser (Nell Hudson), Ian Murray (Steven Cree), Dougal MacKenzie (Graham McTavish), Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek), and Brian Fraser (Andrew Whipp).
Since time travel is a factor, even if some of these characters have already been murdered off the show, anything is conceivable.

The Outlander cast now includes several fresh faces in addition to the returning cast members.
Chris Fulton (Bridgerton) as Rob Cameron, Rod Hallett (The Last Kingdom) as Benedict Arnold, and Loria Obianyo (Dune) as Mercy Woodcock will also be joining. 

Sadly, Season 7 Part 2 will not see the return of the much-loved Marsali (Lauren Lyle) and Fergus (Cesar Domby). Both actors allegedly had other commitments, and their stories were axed for the remainder of the season.

Is a trailer available for Part 2 of Outlander Season 7?

There is a teaser trailer available for Outlander Season 7 Part 2 but no official full-length trailer as of yet. 

“Are you in danger?” is the first question posed by Claire in the teaser.

The teaser then switches to a montage of Jamie and Claire travelling over the Highlands. Simultaneously, it appears that Bree and Roger are out searching for their kid. Jamie jokes towards the end of the clip, “A storm is coming.”

When will Outlander: Season 7 Part 2 be available?

Although the official release date for the most recent installment of the season is still pending, we can anticipate seeing Outlander Season 7 Part 2 at some point this year. Since Part 1 of Season 7 aired in June 2023, Part 2 is anticipated to run in the summer or autumn of 2024.

Netflix and Starz are streaming Part 1 of Outlander Seasons 1–7 in the meantime.

Outlander Season 7 Part 2 Plot.

Jamie, Claire, and Ian left the American Revolutionary War and returned to Scotland at the end of the first half of Outlander Season 7.

The three of them now have to return to Lallybroch, the home of Ian and Jamie’s family. 

Fans should anticipate some excitement as the three makes their journey home to Lallybroch, as it feels like a return to the beginning in many respects. 

However, Roger and Bree discovered in the 20th century that Rob Cameron had taken their son, Jimmy, hostage.

Many uncertainties remain, but it is thought that Rob sent Jemmy across time to the 18th century to assist him in discovering the hidden Jacobite gold close to Fraser’s Ridge.
In the midseason finale, Bree and her daughter Mandy were left behind in the 20th century when Roger and Buck travelled to Craigh Na Dun to find Jemmy through the stones.

Where Can I Watch Season Seven of Outlander?

Starz currently has the first half of Outlander Season available for viewing. Even though Outlander Season 7 will be released in two parts, much like the season, there will be a lengthy wait if you’re hoping to watch it on Netflix. Outlander Season 6 is still pending release on streaming services, so budget money for the Starz app.

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