On Monday, Starz released an official trailer for Season 4 of Outlander, based on Diana Gabaldon’s Autumn of Drums, the fourth book in the Outlander novel series. Season three ended with a violent shipwreck, and the new season has brought about a lot of excitement with it. As Jamie and Claire will work to build their new homestead in colonial America in the 18th century, their daughter, Brianna Randall will face even greater issues in the 20th century. Jamie and Claire’s expectation to live with Jamie’s family in the North Carolina seems relatively short-lived as it gives way to the conflict, including brewing American Revolution.
In the new trailer, which starts with a hopeful and romantic plot, turns out to get darker introducing significant characters. The video also introduces Stephen Bonnet, who is well-known among the book readers as the most sinister villain who crosses path with the couple. The major twist in the new season is that the show will bring back fan-favorite character, Frank Randall, who died in the show long ago. We might see Frank in the flashback as we haven’t seen more of father-daughter moments in the last series. In the full-length trailer, we heard Frank giving Bree words of encouragement when she steps up to the stones to travel through time while getting dressed in the 18th-century clothing.
Along with all the twists and turns that is followed in the new season, there will also be a ton of Brianna and Roger’s drama. While the couple search for proof about Bree’s parents’ reunion in the 18th century, they make a shocking discovery, which makes them consider following in Claire’s footsteps. The major plot as per Diana’s Drums of Autumn is the rape of one of the main characters, Bree.
With lots of emotions, rivalries and of course, the intimate chemistry of the characters, the show will bring give out all that fans have been expecting. The show has already been renewed for two more seasons, taking it through season 6. Season 4 will start airing on November 4, at 8 PM with 13 new episodes, which will also be available for streaming on Starz app.
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