The series ‘Outlander’ is a bold, genre-bending story that has captivated audiences thanks to its talented ensemble, Catriona Balfe leads a strong cast that is led by Sam Heughan in the role of Claire and Jamie, and the plot is well-constructed and gradual, and for being an accurate historical period piece that doesn’t cater to presentism while still remaining relevant.
Regrettably for Outlander fans, “Droughtlander,” the witty worded title for the gap between seasons, has returned, and this time it has been extended due to the ongoing COVID-19.
However, the series is returning for a second season, and also the first new trailer has just been released, and it is every bit as eerie and majestic as fans could have wanted.
What To Expect for Season 6?
The teaser hints that Jamie and Claire’s placid existence at Fraser’s Ridge is endangered by the approaching Revolutionary War, as well as some gloomy subtitles and conversation, implying that this will be a particularly difficult season for our heroes. “Change necessitates bravery. Freedom necessitates a price.
Love necessitates everything “Reads an especially obnoxious slogan. Claire informs Jamie that “the tide has grown to become” somewhere before the sight of the Christie circle of kin appears.
When Will Season 6 Release?
Season six of Outlander will air on March 6, 2022, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, according to Starz, during the official launch for Diana Gabaldon’s ninth Outlander novel Go Tell The Bees That I Am Gone.
Fans can’t wait to witness their favorite characters Claire and Jamie face new challenges, conflicts, and adventures as we dig deep into American history and resume the tale of the Fraser family as they resettle in the New Lands. Season six will consist of eight episodes, one of which will be a 90-minute debut.
In preparation for the arrival of Outlander Season 6, we’ve compiled a list of shows like it:
Game Of Thrones
2011 |8 Seasons | Drama
Outlander is often referred to as a “feminized” Game of Thrones, so it was only fair that the acclaimed HBO series makes our list. Both programs are set before the invention of smartphones or perhaps even electricity, and both involve explicit s*x and violence. However, Game of Thrones is a fantasy series with a very different tone than Outlander, so be ready for that.
The CrownVanity Fair
2016 | 4 Seasons | Drama
The Crown is a lovely period drama, and when Tobias Menzies takes over as Prince Philip in seasons 3 and 4, the attraction for Outlander fans becomes even more. Unfortunately, because the show is known for recasting its key parts every two seasons, they will not be seen in any future episodes. Actor Jonathan Pryce is expected to play the Queen’s consort in Season 5.
Following the release of Season 4 last autumn, viewers will have to endure almost a year for another installment. The fifth season should begin production in July.
The traditional Elstree location will still be used while lockdown restrictions begin to lift in the United Kingdom, just north of London, and therefore is likely to adhere to rigorous COVID-19 rules.
Doctor WhoPop Culture References
1963 | 13 Seasons | Sci-Fi
Suggest providing Doctor Who a try if the time factor of the Outlander show is your favorite part. The long-running show has become a British tradition and a must-see for any Anglophiles.
Outlander’s feminine audience will enjoy Jodie Whittaker’s portrayal of the Doc these days. In addition, a Doctor Who story prompted Diana Gabaldon to place the Outlander novels in the Hill Country.
2015 | 5 Seasons | Drama
Consider Poldark to be the PBS Masterpiece adaptation of Outlander, without the time travel part. There’s a romance at the center of the plot, as well as a smoldering lead actor in Ross as well as a successful female actress in Demelza, but there’s less blatant s*x and violence.
There was also a change of scenery: rather than the Highlands in the eighteenth century, Poldark takes place after the American Revolution War in Cornwall.
2010 | 6 Seasons | Drama
Following the release of its big-screen adaptation, the hit show Downton Abbey, which follows an elite English family who lives in the titular house, is now available on Amazon Prime. Although the date isn’t the same as Outlander’s early twentieth century, the atmosphere is comparable, with strong female characters, sensitive love storylines, and a deep sense of place and time.
In a later season, viewers are even transported to Scotland—and when it comes to landscape and clothing, Downton Abbey is unrivaled when it comes to a program like Outlander.
The White QueenVariety
2013 | 1 Season | Drama
If you like Outlander and want to learn more about British history, watch The White Queen and its sequel The White Princess and The Spanish Princess.
After viewing, you’ll be able to identify all of the royal families from the pre-Outlander period. For Outlander fans, the history is a little difficult, but the sensuality and intrigue make it all worthwhile.
2016 |3 Seasons | Historical Drama
A youthful Queen Victoria and Prince Albert are indeed the subjects of this beautiful historical drama, which is maybe the greatest royal love tale of all time.
Victoria is a romantic at heart. Even if you dislike Claire’s romantic rival Laoghaire, you’ll be captivated by actress Nell Hudson’s depiction of adorable Buckingham Palace maid Nancy Skerrett.