List of Outlander episodes

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Outlander is a television drama series based on the Outlander series of historical time travel novels by Diana Gabaldon. Developed by Ronald D. Moore and produced by Sony Pictures Television and Left Bank Pictures for Starz, the show premiered on August 9, 2014. It stars Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall, a married former World War II nurse, later surgeon who in 1946 finds herself transported back to the Scotland of 1743, where she meets the dashing Highland warrior Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) and becomes embroiled in the Jacobite risings.[1][2]

As of May 10, 2020, 67 episodes of Outlander have aired, concluding the fifth season. Starz has renewed the series for a sixth and seventh season, each to consist of 12 episodes.[3][4]

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
1168August 9, 2014 (2014-08-09)September 27, 2014 (2014-09-27)
8April 4, 2015 (2015-04-04)May 30, 2015 (2015-05-30)
213April 9, 2016 (2016-04-09)July 9, 2016 (2016-07-09)
313September 10, 2017 (2017-09-10)December 10, 2017 (2017-12-10)
413November 4, 2018 (2018-11-04)January 27, 2019 (2019-01-27)
512February 16, 2020 (2020-02-16)May 10, 2020 (2020-05-10)


Season 1 (2014–15)[edit]

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Part 1
11"Sassenach"John DahlRonald D. MooreAugust 9, 2014 (2014-08-09)0.72[5]
In 1945, Claire Randall is a former WWII combat nurse visiting Inverness, Scotland, with her husband Frank, getting to know each other again after their wartime separation. Frank is researching his family history, in particular his 18th Century ancestor Jonathan "Black Jack" Randall. The morning after observing a modern Druid ritual at the standing stones on the hill of Craigh na Dun, Claire touches one of the stones, and wakes up lying on the ground. Soon she is in the middle of a skirmish between English redcoats and rebel Highlanders, and comes face to face with Frank's double, Randall, who is captain of the Dragoons. A Scotsman rescues Claire and she meets Jamie Fraser. As they flee, she sets his dislocated arm and later treats his bullet wound. Claire is brought to Castle Leoch, and realizes that she has somehow traveled back in time.
22"Castle Leoch"John DahlRonald D. MooreAugust 16, 2014 (2014-08-16)0.90[6]
Claire is presented to Colum MacKenzie, laird of Castle Leoch, where she learns she has landed in 1743. After a while, she realises she is suspected of being an English spy. She meets Geillis Duncan, and witnesses Jamie doing a kindness for Laoghaire, the pretty young granddaughter of Mrs. Fitzgibbons. As Claire plans to return to Inverness and the standing stones, Colum decides it is best to keep her at Leoch, against her will, as healer to the clan.
33"The Way Out"Brian KellyAnne KenneyAugust 23, 2014 (2014-08-23)1.00[7]
Claire hopes that her medical skills will earn her the trust of the MacKenzies, and her eventual freedom, but manages only to make herself indispensable. By saving Mrs. Fitzgibbons's nephew from poisoning, which the fanatical Father Bain had declared as demonic possession, Claire makes a new enemy, and even though she earns some trust from the MacKenzies she is called a miracle-worker and is therefore presumed too valuable to let go. After she and Jamie collude to help a youth punished for stealing, Claire is given renewed hope of being able to travel home when she hears a folk tale about a time-traveller and the standing stones.
44"The Gathering"Brian KellyMatthew B. RobertsAugust 30, 2014 (2014-08-30)0.84[8]
Claire plots her escape during a clan gathering at Leoch, but Jamie convinces her that she would fail. Escorting her back, he finds himself in a dangerous position with Colum that he had been trying to avoid, but manages to make an oath of loyalty while manoeuvering himself out of trouble with his kinsman. Claire earns Dougal's respect while tending a dying man on a boar hunt, and he decides to take her with him on his rent-collecting tour.
55"Rent"Brian KellyToni GraphiaSeptember 6, 2014 (2014-09-06)0.95[9]
Claire clashes with Dougal and his men on the rent-collecting journey, especially when Dougal uses Jamie's scars to collect more money from the villagers. A young man, who would turn out to be a red coat, tries to "free" her from the Scots, unsuccessfully. Later, she realises that they are collecting funds for the prospective Jacobite army, an army they would use to achieve Scotland's independence from England. Knowing from history that their cause is doomed, she tries to warn them off. The episode ends with the young red coat returning with more of his kin to retrieve young Claire from the Highlanders.
66"The Garrison Commander"Brian KellyIra Steven BehrSeptember 13, 2014 (2014-09-13)1.10[10]
The redcoats take Claire to meet General Lord Thomas, who promises her safe passage to Inverness in the company of Black Jack Randall. When the General leaves, Randall tries to discover why she is in Scotland. She concocts a story and he describes in detail his vicious whipping of young Jamie. Dougal comes to take her away, but Randall insists that he has to deliver Claire to Fort William the following day. They leave, and Dougal tells Claire he does not have to turn her in if she marries Jamie and as a consequence becomes Scottish.
77"The Wedding"Anna FoersterAnne KenneySeptember 20, 2014 (2014-09-20)1.23[11]
Claire and Jamie marry to protect her from Randall, and try to get to know each other better afterwards to make the consummation less awkward. They realise their feelings for each other, but Claire is still torn thinking about Frank.
88"Both Sides Now"Anna FoersterRonald D. MooreSeptember 27, 2014 (2014-09-27)1.42[12]
In 1946, Frank is losing hope of finding Claire, but goes to the standing stones one last time. In the past, Claire finds herself nearby to the stones and runs for them. She hears Frank calling, and he hears her as well. But Claire is captured by English troops before she can reach the stones, and a despondent Frank leaves as she is taken to Fort William. Claire nearly talks her way out of being interrogated by Randall, but he turns the tables on her. Just as he is about to rape her at knifepoint, Jamie appears in the window.
Part 2
99"The Reckoning"Richard ClarkMatthew B. RobertsApril 4, 2015 (2015-04-04)1.22[13]
Jamie saves Claire from Black Jack Randall, but the dynamic of their marriage is tested. Jamie tries to ease the conflict between Colum and Dougal sparked by Claire's rescue. Jamie rebuffs a seduction by Laoghaire, who then leaves a bad luck charm under Claire and Jamie's bed.
1010"By the Pricking of My Thumbs"Richard ClarkIra Steven BehrApril 11, 2015 (2015-04-11)0.86[14]
Claire confronts a spiteful Laoghaire, but is surprised to learn that the charm came from Geillis. Jamie petitions the Duke of Sandringham for help to rid himself of Randall and the price on his head, while Claire secretly uses her historical knowledge to leverage his help in Jamie's favour. Dougal is inconsolable after his wife's death from an illness, but Geillis, pregnant with his child, is pleased. When Geillis's husband dies at a banquet for the Duke, Claire realises that Geillis poisoned him. Colum forbids Dougal from pursuing a relationship with Geillis, exiling Dougal to his estate with Jamie in tow. Claire and Geillis are arrested for witchcraft.
1111"The Devil's Mark"Mike BarkerToni GraphiaApril 18, 2015 (2015-04-18)1.09[15]
Claire and Geillis face charges of witchcraft. Ned Gowan comes to their defence, but witnesses, including Laoghaire and Father Bain, testify against them, and they are found guilty. Before Jamie can fight his way out of the courtroom with his wife, Geillis confesses and exonerates Claire. Claire recognises from the smallpox vaccine scar on Geillis's shoulder that she too is from the future. Geillis is taken to be burned at the stake. When Jamie asks Claire about her scar, she tells him of her time travel. He believes her, takes her back to Craigh na Dun, and wishes her well in returning to her own time. But Claire decides not to go back.
1212"Lallybroch"Mike BarkerAnne KenneyApril 25, 2015 (2015-04-25)1.11[16]
Jamie takes Claire to his family home of Lallybroch, where he clashes with his strong-willed sister Jenny. Taking up his role as laird, he disrupts the household until Claire sets him straight. After Jamie narrowly avoids a run-in with passing redcoats, he and Jenny make amends.
1313"The Watch"Metin HüseyinToni GraphiaMay 2, 2015 (2015-05-02)1.05[17]
The men of the Watch arrive at Lallybroch, and Jamie pretends to be a Fraser cousin. Claire realises that Jenny's impending childbirth will be a dangerous, breech birth, but Jenny swears her to secrecy. The redcoat defector Horrocks appears, and threatens to reveal that Jamie has a price on his head unless Jamie pays him. Jenny's husband Ian kills Horrocks. Coming clean to the Watch leader MacQuarrie, Jamie agrees to join their raid. Jenny gives birth to a daughter with Claire's help. Meanwhile, the raiding party is ambushed, with Jamie captured by the redcoats.
1414"The Search"Metin HüseyinMatthew B. RobertsMay 9, 2015 (2015-05-09)1.08[18]
Claire and Jenny set out to find Jamie. They learn he has escaped his captors, and a newly-arrived Murtagh takes Claire on a journey to find him. Their plan is to have Jamie find them by touring the countryside with Claire as a songstress called "The Sassenach". They attract Dougal's attention, and he tells them that Jamie has been recaptured and tried, and is awaiting execution at Wentworth Prison. Claire makes a deal with Dougal and convinces his men to help her rescue Jamie.
1515"Wentworth Prison"Anna FoersterIra Steven BehrMay 16, 2015 (2015-05-16)1.01[19]
Randall appears at Wentworth Prison and tortures Jamie, seeking his submission. Meanwhile, Claire gets into the prison to save her husband. When Randall catches her, Jamie submits to rape by Randall in exchange for her freedom. Before she leaves, Claire "curses" Randall and tells him what will be the date of his death. When all seems lost, Murtagh comes up with a plan to rescue Jamie.
1616"To Ransom a Man's Soul"Anna FoersterIra Steven Behr & Ronald D. MooreMay 30, 2015 (2015-05-30)0.98[20]
Murtagh's rescue is successful and Randall left for dead, but Jamie remains tortured by his ordeal. As Claire tends to his injuries, Jamie is tormented by memory of his rape and torture. Murtagh accompanies them as they set sail for safety in France, where Claire hopes to meet Charles Stuart and somehow prevent the catastrophic Battle of Culloden. As they set sail, Claire tells Jamie that she is pregnant.

Season 2 (2016)[edit]

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171"Through a Glass, Darkly"Metin HüseyinRonald D. MooreApril 9, 2016 (2016-04-09)1.46[21]
Claire awakes at Craigh Na Dun in 1948. Grieving over Jamie's assumed death in battle, she is reunited with Frank, who cannot understand her reappearance but is desperate to reconcile. Claire explains where and when she has been, including her relationship with Jamie and that she is carrying his child. They agree that they will raise the child together and resume married life. She later recalls her arrival with Jamie to France, where they make contact with Jamie's Jacobite cousin Jared Fraser, and make an enemy of the Comte St. Germain.
182"Not in Scotland Anymore"Metin HüseyinIra Steven BehrApril 16, 2016 (2016-04-16)1.24[22]
In 1744, Claire and Jamie have settled in Paris, ostensibly working for Jared but actually seeking to foil the Jacobite rebellion. Jared arranges for Jamie to meet with Prince Charles Stuart himself, but Jamie cannot deter him from planning to seize the English throne for his father. Claire secures an invitation to the Palace of Versailles, where she hopes to meet King Louis XV of France and thwart his funding of the Stuart cause. The Frasers make an impression, and are reunited with the Duke of Sandringham. Claire is shocked to learn that Randall is still alive, and is not sure if she should tell Jamie.
193"Useful Occupations and Deceptions"Metin HüseyinAnne KenneyApril 23, 2016 (2016-04-23)1.21[23]
While Jamie continues to try and sour the financing of Prince Charles's rebellion, Claire makes herself useful at L'Hôpital des Anges, a charity hospital run by the imperious Mother Hildegarde. Jamie meets a 10-year-old boy at a brothel, hires him to pick messages from pockets, adopts him, and names him Fergus. Claire and Jamie discover that Sandringham is helping Charles secure funds from English nobles, which Jamie hopes to thwart. Though spending time with Sandringham will surely reveal to Jamie that Randall is alive, Claire cannot bear to tell Jamie herself.
204"La Dame Blanche"Douglas MackinnonToni GraphiaApril 30, 2016 (2016-04-30)1.17[24]
Claire finally tells Jamie about Randall, and the potential for vengeance reinvigorates Jamie. Claire suspects the Comte St. Germain when an attempt is made on her life, and she and Jamie plan a dinner party to paint Charles and his cause in a bad light to Sandringham. Murtagh, Claire and the young Mary Hawkins are attacked on their way to the party, and Mary is raped. Back at the house, the party goes as planned until a misunderstanding sparks a brawl.
215"Untimely Resurrection"Douglas MackinnonRichard KahanMay 7, 2016 (2016-05-07)1.13[25]
The disastrous dinner party has discouraged Charles's investors, but the prince finds a new one in Jamie's enemy, St. Germain. Charles puts Jamie and St. Germain into business together, to their concern. Trying to preserve Frank's lineage, Claire sabotages the blossoming relationship between Mary Hawkins and Alex Randall. Randall appears at Versailles, and Jamie challenges him to a duel. Jamie is angry when Claire forces him to swear that he will not harm Randall until he has conceived a child with Mary.
226"Best Laid Schemes..."Metin HüseyinMatthew B. RobertsMay 14, 2016 (2016-05-14)1.03[26]
Jamie tells Murtagh the truth about Claire's past. Claire uses her medical knowledge to give St. Germain's men symptoms that resemble those of smallpox. Jamie and Murtagh then steal the Comte's wine shipment, seemingly dashing Charles's hopes. Fate brings Jamie and Randall face to face, and Claire arrives just in time to see them duelling. As Jamie stabs Randall and gendarmes arrive to arrest them, a pregnant Claire collapses, bleeding.
237"Faith"Metin HüseyinToni GraphiaMay 21, 2016 (2016-05-21)1.10[27]
Claire and Jamie's daughter is stillborn, and a devastated Claire nearly dies from fever. With Jamie in the Bastille, Claire discovers that he duelled with Randall because he had discovered the English captain raping Fergus. Claire seeks mercy for Jamie from the king, who forces her to decide the fates of suspected "sorcerers" Master Raymond and St. Germain. She contrives to save them, but Raymond poisons St. Germain. Claire submits sexually to the king in exchange for Jamie's freedom. They reconcile, and visit their daughter Faith's grave before leaving Paris for Scotland.
248"The Fox's Lair"Mike BarkerAnne KenneyMay 28, 2016 (2016-05-28)1.06[28]
In Scotland, Jamie finds himself compelled to support the Jacobite rebellion. He and Claire seek military assistance from his grandfather, Lord Lovat, and are reunited with Colum and Laoghaire. Colum hopes to discourage the rebellion, which he is certain will fail. Laoghaire begs Claire's forgiveness, and later agrees to help Claire and Jamie manipulate Lovat. Playing both sides, Lovat promises peace to Colum, but also sends Jamie some troops as reinforcements.
259"Je Suis Prest"Philip JohnMatthew B. RobertsJune 4, 2016 (2016-06-04)0.94[29]
Claire and Jamie are reunited with Angus, Rupert and Dougal. As Jamie and Murtagh attempt to train Lovat's men, the camps remind Claire of her traumatic experiences in World War II. She and Jamie later coerce young English scout William Grey to reveal vital information about the English army that is nearby.
2610"Prestonpans"Philip JohnIra Steven BehrJune 11, 2016 (2016-06-11)0.82[30]
Jamie and the Jacobite army undertake their first battle against the English at Prestonpans. Surprising them in the fog, the Highlanders are victorious, but Angus later dies of his injuries.
2711"Vengeance is Mine"Mike BarkerDiana GabaldonJune 18, 2016 (2016-06-18)0.86[31]
When Claire, Jamie and their party are surrounded by redcoats, Claire pretends to be an English hostage so Dougal can negotiate the Highlanders' safe passage. Taken to 'safety', Claire finds herself face to face with the Duke of Sandringham and his goddaughter Mary Hawkins. She also recognises Sandringham's valet, Danton, as the man who had raped Mary. Sandringham intends to lure "Red Jamie" to save Claire, and then turn them both over to the redcoats. Forewarned, Jamie and Murtagh slip into the castle. Mary kills Danton, and Murtagh beheads Sandringham to fulfill his promise to Claire and Mary to avenge their attack in Paris.
2812"The Hail Mary"Philip JohnIra Steven Behr & Anne KenneyJune 25, 2016 (2016-06-25)1.05[32]
Jamie tries to avoid the Battle of Culloden with a preemptive strike against the English while they are celebrating the Duke of Cumberland's birthday, but the Prince gets lost in the dark. Claire finds herself trying to convince Randall to marry Mary, who is pregnant with a dying Alex's child. A dying Colum asks Claire to help him end his life painlessly. Before she does, he tells her that Geillis was not burned at the stake until after her child with Dougal was born, and that the child was adopted into the MacKenzie clan.
2913"Dragonfly in Amber"Philip JohnToni Graphia & Matthew B. RobertsJuly 9, 2016 (2016-07-09)1.15[33]
In 1968, fifty-year-old Claire is reunited with Reverend Wakefield's adopted son, Roger, in Inverness. Her twenty-year-old daughter, Brianna, discovers that she is not Frank's biological daughter, but refuses to believe her mother's tale of time travel. Meanwhile, Brianna meets Scottish Independence activist Gillian Edgars, whom Claire later recognises is Geillis Duncan. Before the battle of Culloden in 1746, Jamie insists that Claire save herself and their unborn child by travelling back through the stones. Back in 1968, Claire realises Roger is a descendant of Geillis and Dougal. To prevent Gillian's death, they try to stop her from travelling back through time. They arrive too late, but seeing Gillian disappear into the stone convinces Brianna that her mother is telling the truth. Roger reveals to Claire that Jamie did not die at Culloden.

Season 3 (2017)[edit]

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301"The Battle Joined"Brendan MaherRonald D. MooreSeptember 10, 2017 (2017-09-10)1.49[34]
In 1948, a pregnant Claire moves to Boston with Frank. Their relationship is tense, and she struggles to adjust to her new life as a housewife. She gives birth to Jamie's daughter. In 1746, Jamie and Rupert have survived the Battle of Culloden, but Jamie's wounds are grave. They are caught by redcoats, and Rupert is executed. Just as Jamie's turn comes, he is recognised by Lord Melton, the elder brother of the boy—John Grey—whose life Jamie spared before Prestonpans. Bound by honour, Melton sends Jamie home to Broch Tuarach, expecting him to die en route.
312"Surrender"Jennifer GetzingerAnne KenneySeptember 17, 2017 (2017-09-17)1.40[35]
Baby Brianna has brought Claire and Frank closer, but the memory of Jamie stands between them. Searching for fulfillment, Claire enrolls in medical school as the only woman in her class. Jamie has survived for six years at Lallybroch, but with the English still searching for him, he lives in a cave as an outlaw. Soldiers come to Lallybroch repeatedly, harassing Jenny and Ian for information about Jamie's whereabouts. When Fergus loses a hand in a run-in with redcoats, Jamie arranges to be "caught", so that Jenny can claim the reward and the English will leave his family alone.
323"All Debts Paid"Brendan MaherMatthew B. RobertsSeptember 24, 2017 (2017-09-24)1.55[36]
Claire graduates. Years later as Brianna graduates high school, Frank tells Claire he wants a divorce so he can marry his mistress and return to England. They are poised to argue over where Brianna will live, but Frank is killed in a car accident. Jamie is serving time in Ardsmuir Prison, where he is the leader and spokesman for the Scottish prisoners. His uneasy relationship with the new governor, an adult Lord John Grey, evolves into friendship. When the prison is shuttered, Murtagh and the rest of the prisoners are sent to the American colonies as indentured servants, while John paroles Jamie to work at a private estate called Helwater.
334"Of Lost Things"Brendan MaherToni GraphiaOctober 1, 2017 (2017-10-01)1.59[37]
Claire and Brianna research history to track Jamie to Ardsmuir, but when the trail runs cold, they return to America. Serving as a groom for the Dunsany family, Jamie is blackmailed into sex by heiress Geneva. When she and her earl husband die, leaving their newborn son Willie an orphan, Geneva's sister Isobel keeps the secret that the child is really Jamie's. Years later, when the young earl's resemblance to him is becoming obvious, Jamie leaves Helwater, with Willie in the care of Isobel and Lord John, who are engaged to be married.
345"Freedom & Whisky"Brendan MaherToni GraphiaOctober 8, 2017 (2017-10-08)1.60[38]
In December 1968, Roger arrives in Boston having discovered a clue to Jamie's whereabouts in 1765. Brianna urges Claire to go back and reunite with Jamie, and mother and daughter have a tearful farewell. In Edinburgh in 1765, Claire finds Jamie in a print shop.
356"A. Malcolm"Norma BaileyMatthew B. RobertsOctober 22, 2017 (2017-10-22)1.72[39]
Claire and Jamie are reunited. She shares photos of Brianna, and he tells Claire about his son Willie. She also learns that Jamie prints subversive material, smuggles wine and spirits, and lives in a brothel. Claire is reunited with an adult Fergus and delighted to meet Young Ian, then gets acquainted with some of the prostitutes in Madame Jeanne's establishment. While Jamie is out on a business errand, Claire finds herself in danger from a rummaging intruder who threatens to have his way with her. Claire fights back, resulting in a sudden "catastrophe".
367"Crème de Menthe"Norma BaileyKaren CampbellOctober 29, 2017 (2017-10-29)1.52[40]
Dodging a blade, Claire's attacker trips and falls, suffering a critical head injury. Refusing to let him die, Claire insists an attempted trepanation but is unable to save his life. Ian arrives desperately looking for his son, Young Ian. Jamie claims he has not seen the boy, though young Ian has surreptitiously been working for him smuggling alcohol. Interrupting his very first romp with a lass, Young Ian is confronted by an intruder at the print shop, who discovers Jamie's treasonous pamphlets. In the melee, the shop is soon consumed by fire, but Jamie saves the boy.
378"First Wife"Jennifer GetzingerJoy BlakeNovember 5, 2017 (2017-11-05)1.64[41]
Jamie takes Claire and young Ian home to Lallybroch. Claire discovers that Jamie married a twice widowed Laoghaire, who accidentally shoots him during a confrontation. Jamie recovers thanks to the penicillin that Claire has brought. Ned Gowan negotiates a settlement with Laoghaire, and Jamie decides to retrieve the treasure on Silky Isle to pay for it. Young Ian swims to the island in an injured Jamie's place. Jamie and Claire are horrified to see the boy forcibly taken aboard a ship and carried away after finding the treasure.
389"The Doldrums"David MooreShannon GossNovember 12, 2017 (2017-11-12)1.49[42]
Learning in France that young Ian's ship is heading for Jamaica, Claire and Jamie pursue it on a trading ship, the Artemis. At sea, Fergus reveals that Laoghaire's daughter Marsali is aboard, and they seek Jamie's approval for their marriage. The ship loses wind and the crew is about to kill one of Jamie's men as a "Jonah" (man of bad luck) when the wind returns. The British man-of-war Porpoise stops them and seeks help, her crew stricken with a plague. Claire determines that the disease is typhoid fever and trains them to stop its spread, but the ship carries her off with the captain's promise to leave her in Jamaica to wait for the Artemis.
3910"Heaven and Earth"David MooreLuke SchelhaasNovember 19, 2017 (2017-11-19)1.23[43]
On the Porpoise, Claire struggles against suspicion from some of the crew, but eventually manages to stop the spread of the disease. She discovers that the captain knows Jamie's true identity and plans to have him arrested in Jamaica for treason and murder. When they go ashore, she tries to escape but is apprehended by the captain. That night at sea, a woman named Annejke encourages Claire to jump overboard using an empty barrel as a raft, as the current will carry her towards land. Meanwhile, on the Artemis, Jamie is confined after threatening the captain, wanting him to sail faster in pursuit of the Porpoise. He tries to get Fergus to help him take control of the ship, but Fergus instead persuades the captain to let Jamie rejoin the crew after he promises not to mutiny again.
4011"Uncharted"Charlotte BrandströmKaren Campbell & Shannon GossNovember 26, 2017 (2017-11-26)1.40[44]
Claire swims ashore, and walks inland, struggling to survive the harsh tropical environment. She is found and taken in by Father Fogden, a runaway priest. In passing, he tells her of a cave in Jamaica where people have been known to disappear. A few days later, the Artemis reaches the island, needing to make repairs after a storm, her captain having died. As the ship is about to sail, Claire attracts Jamie's attention from the beach using a mirror. Back on the island, Fogden marries Fergus and Marsali. The next day, Jamie, Claire and the crew set sail for Jamaica.
4112"The Bakra"Charlotte BrandströmLuke SchelhaasDecember 3, 2017 (2017-12-03)1.51[45]
Geillis is holding Young Ian prisoner in Jamaica. She makes him drink tea that compels him to tell the truth about Jamie and the treasure. Jamie and Claire reach the island, and Claire gets into an altercation at the slave market. Jamie buys her the slave, Temeraire, to defuse the situation. They attend a ball thrown by the new governor, who they discover is Lord John. Claire is reunited with Geillis, who offers to help with their search. At the ball, Margaret Campbell prophesies that a king will rule Scotland again when a two-hundred-year-old child is killed. Fergus sees Captain Leonard arrive, and warns Jamie, who flees. Temeraire tells Claire and Jamie that Geillis is holding Ian. On their way to Geillis's villa, Jamie is arrested by Leonard.
4213"Eye of the Storm"Matthew B. RobertsMatthew B. Roberts & Toni GraphiaDecember 10, 2017 (2017-12-10)1.43[46]
Claire is captured whilst searching Geillis's slave houses for Ian. The governor's troops recover Jamie from Captain Leonard, and Lord John sets Jamie free after Leonard is unable to produce any evidence of his alleged crimes. Meanwhile, Claire tells Geillis about her return to the 20th century, and Geillis realises that it is Claire's child who must die before Scotland wins its new king. Jamie frees Claire, and they rescue Ian from Geillis, who is killed during the struggle. The group sets sail from Jamaica, but are shipwrecked in a storm. Jamie saves Claire from drowning, and they are washed up together on the shore of the American colony Georgia.

Season 4 (2018–19)[edit]

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431"America the Beautiful"Julian HolmesMatthew B. Roberts & Toni GraphiaNovember 4, 2018 (2018-11-04)1.08[47]
In North Carolina, Jamie and Claire plan to sell Geillis's gemstones to pay for everyone's passage back to Scotland. They help thief Stephen Bonnet, who has fled his execution, escape recapture. Jamie and Claire decide to stay in America to start a new life; Fergus and Marsali, who is pregnant, decide to stay as well. En route to visit Jamie's aunt, he and Claire are attacked and robbed by Stephen and his gang of bandits. Stephen takes the jewels, as well as Claire's wedding ring, and kills Jamie's associate Lesley.
442"Do No Harm"Julian HolmesKaren CampbellNovember 11, 2018 (2018-11-11)0.87[48]
Jamie, Claire, and Young Ian arrive at River Run, the sprawling plantation of Jamie's maternal aunt, Jocasta MacKenzie Cameron. Claire is uncomfortable that Jocasta owns slaves, and when she names Jamie as her heir, he reveals his intent to somehow free them. Jocasta's friend Farquard tries to convince him of the futility of such an attempt. A slave attacks a white overseer; Claire and Jamie save the critically injured slave from immediate execution, but an angry mob demands they hand him over. Forced to comply, Claire euthanises him first.
453"The False Bride"Ben BoltJennifer YaleNovember 18, 2018 (2018-11-18)0.86[49]
To Jocasta's disappointment, Jamie and Claire decide to leave River Run and make a life of their own elsewhere. Lost in the woods during a storm, Claire finds a human skull and a stone pendant, and sees a ghost of an Indian. She and Jamie follow mysterious footprints that lead them back together. Claire notices modern silver fillings in the skull, which means the deceased had been a time traveler as well. They come to a beautiful stretch of land and decide to claim it. In 1970, Brianna and Roger reunite to take a trip to North Carolina. He proposes marriage, but she is not ready, and they have an argument.
464"Common Ground"Ben BoltJoy BlakeNovember 25, 2018 (2018-11-25)0.96[50]
Accepting Governor Tryon's offer of land, Jamie and Claire settle in what Jamie has named Fraser's Ridge. They are hassled by a group of Cherokee warriors, and a bear. Jamie is attacked by the bear and kills it, learning that it is actually a Cherokee banished for rape. He and the tribe agree to live with each other in peace. In 1971, Roger learns of Jamie and Claire's settlement in North Carolina, and calls Brianna to tell her that her parents found each other. He later learns that the Frasers die in a fire, and decides not to tell Brianna. Meanwhile, she has traveled to Scotland without telling Roger, to "visit her mother".
475"Savages"Denise Di NoviBronwyn GarrityDecember 2, 2018 (2018-12-02)0.96[51]
Claire delivers Petronella Mueller's baby, but she, her baby, and brother-in-law soon die of the measles. Believing the Cherokee cursed him, a distraught Gerhard Meuller scalps the healer Adawehi, Claire's friend, in revenge. The Indians retaliate, killing Gerhard and his wife and burning their house. Meanwhile, Jamie is reunited with Murtagh, who is now a blacksmith in a nearby town. In 1971, Roger tracks Brianna to Inverness, where she has gone through the standing stones to warn her parents.
486"Blood of My Blood"Denise Di NoviShaina FewellDecember 9, 2018 (2018-12-09)1.04[52]
Lord John comes to Fraser's Ridge with young William. Murtagh learns that William is Jamie's son, but agrees to keep the secret. Jamie takes William hunting and fishing in the forest while Claire nurses John, who has contracted measles. William angers the Cherokee by taking a fish from one of their traps, and Jamie is willing to sacrifice himself to protect the boy. John recovers, and Jamie is pained to see William leave.
497"Down the Rabbit Hole"Jennifer GetzingerShannon GossDecember 16, 2018 (2018-12-16)1.12[53]
Brianna makes her way across Scotland, twisting her ankle and collapsing in the cold until she is found and taken in by Laoghaire. Roger follows Brianna through the standing stones, and joins the crew of Stephen Bonnet's ship to follow her to America. Brianna remembers the days before Frank's death. Laoghaire realises that Brianna is Claire and Jamie's daughter, and is angry. Laoghaire's daughter Joan takes Brianna to Lallybroch—and Ian—before Laoghaire can have her arrested as a witch. During the crossing, Roger tries to help his ancestor, Morag MacKenzie, avoid Stephen's cruelty. Brianna takes on a servant, Lizzie Wemyss, and books passage to America for them both.
508"Wilmington"Jennifer GetzingerLuke SchelhaasDecember 23, 2018 (2018-12-23)0.91[54]
Roger and Brianna are reunited in Wilmington and exchange handfasting vows, but she learns that he knew that her parents would die and did not tell her, and pushes him away. Claire and Jamie are introduced to George Washington, and Jamie is alerted to an ambush set for Murtagh and his fellow insurgents. Claire performs emergency surgery on Edmund Fanning while Jamie secretly sends Fergus to warn Murtagh. Brianna is brutally raped by Stephen as she attempts to recover her mother's wedding ring.
519"The Birds & The Bees"David MooreMatthew B. Roberts & Toni GraphiaDecember 30, 2018 (2018-12-30)1.01[55]
Brianna finds Jamie in Wilmington, and is reunited with Claire. Roger is forced to rejoin Stephen's crew for the rest of his voyage, but is determined to return to Brianna. Claire guesses that Brianna is pregnant, and Brianna admits that she was raped. Claire tells Jamie. Roger comes to Fraser's Ridge, but Lizzie mistakenly identifies Roger to Jamie as Brianna's attacker. Jamie beats Roger senseless and leaves him for dead. Claire finds the ring, and realises that Stephen is Brianna's rapist.
5210"The Deep Heart's Core"David MooreLuke SchelhaasJanuary 6, 2019 (2019-01-06)1.16[56]
Roger is a prisoner of the Mohawk, and vows to escape them and reunite with Brianna. Meanwhile, she considers an abortion, which Claire warns would be dangerous. Brianna learns what Jamie did, and realises that thanks to Lizzie's misidentification, he had beaten Roger and not the real rapist, whom Jamie learns is Stephen. Jamie, Claire, and Young Ian set out to recover Roger, while Murtagh brings Brianna and Lizzie to Jocasta's plantation. Roger escapes in the woods, stumbles upon a standing stone, and considers whether to return to his own time.
5311"If Not For Hope"Mairzee AlmasShaina Fewell & Bronwyn GarrityJanuary 13, 2019 (2019-01-13)1.27[57]
Roger has stayed in the past, and has been recaptured by the Mohawk. At River Run, Jocasta holds a dinner party of unmarried men as potential suitors for Brianna. Lord John arrives and learns that Brianna is pregnant, and she later spies him having sex with another male guest, Judge Alderdyce. Knowing that Gerald Forbes plans to propose, Brianna asks John to marry her, believing she will be safe with him. He refuses, but then relents after she tells him about her assault and her current predicament. Murtagh and Fergus capture Stephen at Jamie's request, but Murtagh and Stephen are caught by the authorities. As Jamie tracks Roger, he feels guilty for beating him, and for the harsh things he said to Brianna.
5412"Providence"Mairzee AlmasKaren CampbellJanuary 20, 2019 (2019-01-20)1.27[58]
While Fergus plots to break Murtagh out of jail in Wilmington, Brianna insists that Lord John bring her to confront Stephen, who has been incarcerated in the same place. She confronts Stephen and offers her forgiveness, though swearing that her baby will never know he existed. A badly injured Roger meets Father Alexandre Ferigault, another captive. He had lived among the Mohawk and fathered a child with one of them, Johiehon, but due to his sin felt unworthy to baptise the baby. Alexandre is tortured but will not perform the ritual, and is finally subjected to the painfully slow and deadly burning of his feet at the stake. Roger escapes, but comes back to throw accelerant on the fire to put Alexandre out of his misery. Johiehon puts down her baby and joins Alexandre in the flames. As a chained Stephen scrambles to reach a dropped set of keys, Fergus and Murtagh send Brianna and John away and then flee the jail, which they destroy with explosives to cover their flight.
5513"Man of Worth"Stephen WoolfendenToni GraphiaJanuary 27, 2019 (2019-01-27)1.45[59]
Brianna gives birth to a boy at River Run. Jamie, Claire, and Young Ian arrive at the Mohawk settlement in the Province of New York, but the natives are alarmed by the stone pendant Claire is wearing and send the Frasers away. A group of Mohawk come to Jamie and Claire's camp seeking the stone, which belonged to a former member of their tribe who had prophesied the destruction of the Mohawk. Claire had previously determined from his skull that the man was also a time traveller. The Frasers convince the group to help them free Roger. They are caught in the attempt, but ultimately Young Ian offers himself as a replacement for Roger. On the journey back to North Carolina, Claire tells Roger about Brianna's rape and pregnancy, giving him the chance to decide if he can raise a child that may not be his. Brianna is devastated when Claire and Jamie return to River Run alone, but Roger appears before they depart for Fraser's Ridge and declares his love for Brianna. Jamie receives a letter from Governor Tryon telling him to find and kill the leader of the Regulators: Murtagh.

Season 5 (2020)[edit]

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561"The Fiery Cross"Stephen WoolfendenMatthew B. RobertsFebruary 16, 2020 (2020-02-16)[a]0.82[61]
After the celebrations in honor of Brianna and Roger's wedding, Governor Tryon reminds Jamie of his obligation to persecute and kill Murtagh Fitzgibbons. He also expects him to raise a militia to subdue the Regulators if necessary. Meanwhile, Brianna is reminded of her past trauma when she inadvertently hears some devastating news. Roger is tested by Jochasta, who implies he should remember that even though he is not his blood relative, Bree's son is the heir to River Run and his marriage to her will eventually pay off. To Jocosta's pleasure, he tells her off. Jamie, now a colonel in the King's army, takes the pledges of Scots to serve in his Army, to include his appointment of Roger as captain. Jamie faces Murtagh, telling him he must flee as he is obligated by honor to fulfill the governor's order.
572"Between Two Fires"Stephen WoolfendenToni Graphia & Luke SchelhaasFebruary 23, 2020 (2020-02-23)0.79[62]
As Jamie continues to hunt Murtagh with the aid of the zealous Lieutenant Hamilton Knox, he's forced to consider whether or not he's on the right side of history. When a resident of Fraser's Ridge dies from a preventable ailment, which had been exacerbated by an ill-informed (though well-intentioned) use of folk medicine, Claire considers using modern methods to keep the settlers safe.
583"Free Will"Jamie PayneLuke SchelhaasMarch 1, 2020 (2020-03-01)0.77[63]
The growing Regulator threat forces Jamie, Claire and Roger to embark on a mission to raise a militia. Jamie and Claire are forced to make a difficult decision when one of their settlers reveals he's a bondservant and asks for help freeing himself and his brother from their abusive master.
594"The Company We Keep"Jamie PayneBarbara StepanskyMarch 8, 2020 (2020-03-08)0.76[64]
Roger leads Jamie's militia to the trading post of Brownsville and finds himself embroiled in a bitter feud. Jamie and Claire arrive to find that Roger's unusual strategy may have cost them the loyalty of the militia. Claire learns that her "modern" medical advice has spread further than she intended.
605"Perpetual Adoration"Meera MenonAlyson Evans & Steve KornackiMarch 15, 2020 (2020-03-15)0.73[65]
Jamie and his militia arrive at Hillsborough to learn that Governor Tryon has proposed a rather unorthodox solution to deal with the threat posed by the Regulators and to resolve the growing political crisis. Jamie takes drastic action when his relationship to Murtagh is at risk of being revealed. While busy with life at the Ridge, Roger and Brianna must come to terms with their past when Roger learns new information about Stephen Bonnet. Meanwhile, Claire recalls an episode from her past that led her back to Jamie.
616"Better to Marry Than Burn"Meera MenonStephanie ShannonMarch 22, 2020 (2020-03-22)0.82[66]
At Jocasta's wedding, Jamie learns Tryon's true motivation for ending the Regulator threat. Claire discovers a lead on the whereabouts of a former enemy from an unexpected source, but the price for the information is far higher than she anticipates. Roger and Brianna must save the Ridge from an imminent threat due to Jamie and Claire's absence.
627"The Ballad of Roger Mac"Stephen WoolfendenToni GraphiaMarch 29, 2020 (2020-03-29)0.81[67]
The Regulator Rebellion reaches a boiling point, forcing Jamie to face his fear and confront the consequence of his divided loyalties. Brianna remembers crucial details about the battle, causing Roger to go behind enemy lines. Jamie enters the Battle of Alamance in a British uniform. When a Regulator tries to shoot him, Murtagh saves his life, only for one of Jamie's soldiers to shoot Murtagh immediately afterwards. Jamie brings Murtagh to Claire but he is already dead. Jamie declares his obligation to the crown finished and hands his red coat to the British. The episode ends on a cliffhanger with Roger possibly having been hanged.
638"Famous Last Words"Stephen WoolfendenDanielle BerrowApril 12, 2020 (2020-04-12)0.78[68]
The Frasers must come to terms with all that has changed in the aftermath of the Battle of Alamance. Roger was hanged but survives, albeit traumatized, and Brianna tries to help him heal both physically and mentally. While Claire and Jamie are playing with Jemmy in the woods near the Ridge, an unexpected visitor, Young Ian, appears.
649"Monsters and Heroes"Annie GriffinShaina FewellApril 19, 2020 (2020-04-19)0.84[69]
When Jamie is bitten by a venomous snake, Claire fears she may not have the resources to save him; Jamie asks Roger to complete an important task in the event of his death.
6510"Mercy Shall Follow Me"Annie GriffinMegan Ferrell BurkeApril 26, 2020 (2020-04-26)0.85[70]
Jamie and Roger implement their plan to eliminate the threat looming over them, but it goes awry. Meanwhile, Brianna is forced to confront her greatest fear and fight for her and her son's lives.
6611"Journeycake"Jamie PayneDiana GabaldonMay 3, 2020 (2020-05-03)0.87[71]
A revelation about their son, Jemmy, forces Roger and Brianna to decide if they want to stay in the 18th century or return to the future. Jamie finds that unrest in the backcountry has given rise to a new power: an organization led by the unpredictable Brown brothers. Meanwhile, Claire finds that her attempts to make this time safer for her family have dire, unintended consequences.
6712"Never My Love"Jamie PayneMatthew B. Roberts & Toni GraphiaMay 10, 2020 (2020-05-10)0.86[72]
Claire struggles to survive brutal treatment from her captors, as Jamie gathers a group of loyal men to help him rescue his wife. Roger and Brianna's journey takes a surprising turn.
  1. ^ The episode was first made available on February 14, 2020, exclusively to Starz subscribers only on the Starz app and Starz On Demand.[60]

Season 6[edit]

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681"Echoes"[73]Kate CheesemanMatthew B. RobertsTBATBD


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