Everything we know about 'challenging' remaining episodes of Outlander season 7 part 2

Outlander fans are eagerly awaiting season seven, part two. The Covid epidemic lengthened the current 'Droughtlander', making it easier to watch than some. Only half of the episodes have been aired.

No official air date has been confirmed, but indications have been thrown concerning plans for Jamie and Claire Fraser (Sam Heughan and Caitríona Balfe).

Caitriona has teased that the next portion of season seven, anticipated to air before spring, will be difficult. According to the Express, she added, “I'm going to be a bit vague because it's stuff I can't really, really talk about but I think it's episode 11.”

The second season promises darker surprises, unexpected returns, new cast members, and more turmoil. Caitriona struggled to focus during filming after her father's passing.

She said, “There's a scene, a sequence of scenes that were really, really challenging. "It was hard to figure out how we were going to do it." Despite the difficulty, she said that difficult sequences are frequently the most rewarding.

An Echo in the Bone and Written in My Own Blood, Diana Gabaldon's seventh and eighth books, inspired Outlander's season 7 and part 2.

Season six was cut short due to the pandemic, so the 16-episode series was split into two. In some future sequences, a season three character will reappear, played by a different actor. 

Doctors and Waterloo Road actor Kristin Atherton will play Jamie's sister Jenny Murray. Fans will be excited for the final and eighth season of Outlander but sad that it will be the last.

Blood of My Blood, a prequel to Outlander, began filming in Glasgow this month and is expected to fill the Outlander void.

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