The popular historical drama Outlander, which is based on the books by Diana Gabaldon, has been picked up for a seventh and final season.
Outlander will complete its run on television before the final novel in the series is released, much like Game of Thrones, another prestige drama adapted from a beloved long-running series of books. Author Diana Gabaldon has stated that the tenth and last novel in the series will be the last. She is also the show’s executive producer, so she may have some information on where things are headed.
When asked by EW about her plans for the final book in the series, Gabaldon said, “I can see several things dovetailing together.” “There’s no need to tie up loose ends by saying, “This individual has died and been buried.” But there must be a dramatic conclusion that leaves the audience feeling fulfilled. The final scene of book 10 is just what I expected. I just don’t see the path leading us there.” Starz is not completely leaving the Outlander industry.
The prequel series Blood of My Blood has been formally approved, and it will explore the passionate relationship between Jamie Fraser’s parents, Ellen MacKenzie and Brian Fraser. The prequel will be written and directed by Matthew B.
Roberts, who is also serving as an EP alongside Maril Davis, Ronald D. Moore, and Diana Gabaldon on the parent series. Fans won’t have to shed any tears over this longer-lasting drought lander, though. There’s still a lot more to come, including season 7 which will air this summer and feature an extra-long 16 episodes in comparison to the shortened eight episodes of season 6.
The American Revolution reaches the doorstep of Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) in Season 7. The seventh book in the Outlander series, An Echo in the Bone, will serve as the basis for the upcoming, enlarged season, which will show Claire and Jamie’s growing involvement in the fight.
Executive producer Maril Davis described it as “very exciting” in an interview with EW earlier this year “The Revolution has here, and with it comes “our largest season yet,” with “so many storylines” and “so many different places.” It promises to be a thrilling event.” Get the latest TV news, first glimpses, recaps, reviews, and interviews with your favorite performers when you subscribe to Entertainment Weekly’s free daily newsletter.
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