There are a lot of things that can be assumed about the next season of Outlander but here are a few reminders of things that we know we will be seeing. If you aren't at all worried about spoilers there is a box you can click on to get the book related "things we know" but otherwise I recommend show fan stay away from the spoilers.
1. It is likely going to be based on the fifth book of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series called The Fiery Cross. Of course, we are unsure if we'll get the entire book or part of the book. You may not know this but this is the longest book of the first 5 by nearly 400 pages so it stands to reason we will not be seeing the entire book. Also, the PTBs (powers that be - ie our executive producers) have mentioned it might be easier to break up the books a little. I'm rather keen on this idea as I think it would make things feel less rushed.
2. Both season 5 and 6 will have only 12 episodes each. Season 1 had 16 and 2 through 4 had 13. However, standard season on premium channels tend to be 10 or 12. Outlander has been an exception. Losing an episode does support them taking on portions of book rather than the whole.
Brianna and Jamie's first meeting is so special and I loved every moment. Jamie's reactions were so wonderful. Jamie and Brianna hunting bees was so adorable and I loved her realizing what Bree means. Jamie telling Brianna about watching her smile in her sleep and her calling him Da. Priceless.
I loved they stuck with bench scene even if it is different since in the book it was a bench in front of the cabin. It was still worth any changes. It was brilliant.
I was particularly fond of Jamie calling her my darling which Claire also calls her but the two use different languages. Nice touch.
What did you love most?
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