Outlander Season 4 is just around the corner, with a newly released trailer and the announcement for a release date. What part of the source material would be adopted and who will be the new cast that will join the show? Here’s everything we know about Outlander season 4.
Outlander Season 4 Trailer And Release Date
A new trailer was released recently for Outlander Season 4. It featured Claire and Jamie starting out a new life in the middle of the forest in North Carolina. They’ve been building their cabin in the forest and seems to be settling down. If you haven’t seen the trailer, you can watch the video below.
Outlander Season 4 will be based on Diana Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn from the Outlander series. It usually airs earlier every year with the latest season aired on September last year. But this year, the show is expected to premiere on November 4. UK fans can stream the show 24 hours later on November 5. It seems like season 4 will have the same broadcasting format as season 3.
If you’re still looking for more Outlander stuff even after watching the trailer, you just have to wait for a little further. The New York Comicon will feature Starz panel which will be headlined by Outlander cast. It is expected that scenes from season 4 will also be featured. The event will be on October 6 in New York City, and Outlander actors that will be there include Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin.
Outlander Season 4 Cast And Updates
There are five new characters in this chapter, which means five new actors for the show. Billy Boyd will play Gerald Forbes, a wealthy lawyer in Cross Creek. Caitlin O’Ryan will be playing Lizzie Wemyss, a woman who will join Brianna Fraser. Natalie Simpson will be playing Phaere, Jocasta’s personal maid. Tim Downie will be playing Governor William Tryon, and Simona Brown will play Gayle, Brianna’s best friend from College.
As per the synopsis found from Diana Gabaldon’s official website, Jaimie and Claire will try to find a new life in North Carolina with Jamie’s nephew, Ian. Jocasta will help them settle, but with the looming threat from Governor Tryon and the brewing revolution in America, things will get even more complicated. Claire will also not be able to get her daughter, Brianna, out of her mind.