Outlander season 6, episode 8 set to go to air on Starz next weekend, but you should be prepared for all the thrills, what will be in the final episode.

Fans are familiar with Diana Gabaldon’s book, on which the series is based. The final season bears the same name as the sixth book called “A Breath of Snow and Ashes”. Due to the pandemic this sixth season will only last eight episodes.

Fans are expecting the same ending of the book in the series; Roger and Bree traveling back in time, however, it is not going to be like that. In an interview the show’s director Matthew B. Roberts commented that due to the pandemic they had to make cuts in the series, so in season seven we will be able to see more of A Breath and Snow and Ashes. For this reason, fans are expecting a suspenseful ending to season six.

High expectations for the end of the season
In episode 8 called “I Am Not Alone”, this is expected to be the phrase Claire uses to herself over and over again because she knows what is going to happen. She knows of the punishment she will receive for murdering Malva Christie. Richard Brown is going to want revenge.

But the plan won’t go that fast and everything will happen in the colonies. The Revolution is on the edge of the precipice and could put aside all the conflicts.

Synopsis of episode 8.
Richard Brown and his Committee of Safety arrive to arrest Claire for murder. However, due to the rising political tensions in the colonies, Brown’s plan to find a judge for a trial does not go as expected.

A seventh season, which is already being filmed and will be the longest of the series since season 1, has been secured and will have 16 episodes.

Outlander season 6 may leave readers of Gabaldon’s “A Breath of Snow and Ashes” with a massive cliffhanger

Source: marca.com

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