Outlander finale: What will happen at the end of the series?


Outlander finale: What will happen at the end of the series?

OUTLANDER is currently in its sixth season, with a seventh already in the works. However, how will the series come to a close?

Outlander, based on Diana Gabaldon’s novels, has been on the air for more than five seasons. While it is evident that there are still many stories to be told, the protracted wait for season six has left fans wondering when and how the story will ultimately come to an end.

Outlander’s network, Starz, has been keeping the specifics of season six under wraps, merely teasing its release date.

Time is flying quickly in the play as it draws closer to the American Revolutionary War, which took place between 1775 and 1783.

The story began during the Jacobite Rising in 1745, and much has happened since then, and the characters have changed dramatically.

As the show progresses, fans are beginning to wonder when, and more crucially, how, the story will conclude.

Naturally, neither Starz nor author Gabaldon have given the details of the story’s concluding moments to fans.

Gabaldon, on the other hand, has teased viewers and readers about what to expect.

With eight books released so far, each season of the show normally covers one book from the original novels.

Book nine, Go Tell The Bees That I’m Gone, will be released on November 23, 2021, and is already available for pre-order.

Gabaldon previously stated that she aims to write ten volumes in all for the series, implying that readers are nearing the finish.

Season seven production will begin immediately following season six, ensuring that fans of the show will not have to wait long.

In terms of the conclusion, fans are already know that Jamie Fraser’s (Sam Heughan) ghost will resurface in the final volume, repeating his appearance at the start of the novel.

“I can’t say [the final ghost scene]isn’t part of the book’s plot, but it’s not a linear component of what happened before,” Diana told The Dipp.

“I’m not saying it’s unimportant, but it doesn’t appear to have an impact on the plot as it progresses.”

More importantly, Gabaldon has disclosed the ending of the story, with the author wishing to bring the story into the nineteenth century.

The author teased in a FAQ on her official website. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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