Clan Fraser graced the stage at Madison Square Garden for the NYCC Outlander season 4 panel. Joining stars Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Sophie Skelton, and Richard Rankin were executive producers Ronald D. Moore and Maril Davis, as well as Outlander author Diana Gabaldon. The cast and creators shared insights and answered questions with regards to the many changes and challenges that the protagonists will face this new season in a brand new land (and time period for some). But before the panel began, fans were treated to the season premiere episode! Check out some panel highlights here below.
Although season 4 of Outlander doesn’t come out until November, “Droughtlander” is ending for a number of lucky fans. It’s been announced that the cast of the popular Starz series will make their New York Comic-Con debut this October.
The official Outlander Twitter account tweeted that stars Caitriona Balfe (Claire Randall), Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser), Sophie Skelton (Brianna Randall), and Richard Rankin (Roger Wakefield) will all be in attendance with “more details to come.”
Outlander Season 3 Episode 5: “Freedom & Whisky”
Directed by Brendan Maher
Written by Toni Graphia
Created by Ronald D. Moore
Based on the books by Diana Gabaldon
Starring Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Tobias Menzies, Duncan Lacroix, Richard Rankin, Sophie Skelton, Grant O’Rourke, Romann Berrux, John Bell, Steven Cree, Laura Donnelly, Greg Esplin Starz
Air Date: Sunday, October 8th, 2017, 8:00pm
Warning! Spoilers below for Sunday night’s episode of Outlander!
Last week on Outlander, Roger (Richard Rankin) and Brianna (Sophie Skelton) grew closer as the trail to Jamie grew hotter then hit a dead end. Claire (Caitriona Balfe) gave up and went back to Boston, a sad Brianna in tow. In the past, Jamie went to work for the Dunsany family where the youngest daughter blackmailed him into taking her virginity before she married an old man. It was eventually found out and Jamie (Sam Heughan) saved the baby, his baby, from being killed by the crazed old man. He stayed on to be near the boy, leaving only when the resemblance could no longer be hidden. He asked Lord John Grey (David Berry) to take care of his boy, who considered it an honor, and went back home to Lallybroch.