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The fourth season for Starz’s Outlander has a premiere date and it is coming soon! The original hit series is based on the fantasy novels by Diana Gabaldon and, according to Deadline, this next season will have 13 episodes and will return on November 4th at 8 pm.
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We’ll see how Jamie and Claire are now in the America near Georgia which happened in Gabaldon’s third installment of the Outlander series, Voyager. Now the new season will pick up from the next installment, The Drums of Autumn. In the next book, Claire and her husband Jamie end up in colonial-era America and try to make a life together, however, they soon run into the infamous pirate smuggler Stephen Bonnet and leads to some dangerous consequences for the couple.
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Will the next season line up with The Drum of Autumn’s storyline? Looks like you’re just going to have to find out this November! The show has already been renewed for a fifth and sixth season which means there is a lot more of a story coming for the 20th-century doctor who can time travel. The show is produced by Story Mining & Supply Company, Tall Ship Productions, and Left & Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television.
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