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An intriguing blend of time travel, historical fiction and atypical romance, Outlander is about Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe), a World War II combat nurse on her second honeymoon in 1945 Scotland. Unexpectedly transported two hundred years into the past, Claire becomes involved with eighteenth century highlander Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) while still attempting to return to her own time. Based on the bestselling series of books by Diana Gabaldon, this flagship series on the Starz network has exceptional lead actors, outstanding production values, and explicit sex and violence.

Our current reviewer is Billie Doux, who fell in love with Outlander during the summer of 2019 and subsequently went on a catch-up reviewing blitz. ChrisB reviewed the first thirteen episodes of season one when they originally aired, and Laure Mack also reviewed season four (see Related Links).

Season One

1.1 Sassenach
1.2 Castle Leoch
1.3 The Way Out
1.4 The Gathering
1.5 Rent
1.6 The Garrison Commander
1.7 The Wedding
1.8 Both Sides Now
1.9 The Reckoning
1.10 By the Pricking of My Thumbs
1.11 The Devil's Mark
1.12 Lallybroch
1.13 The Watch
1.14 The Search
1.15 Wentworth Prison
1.16 To Ransom a Man's Soul

Season Two

2.1 Through a Glass, Darkly
2.2 Not in Scotland Anymore
2.3 Useful Occupations and Deceptions
2.4 La Dame Blanche
2.5 Untimely Resurrection
2.6 Best Laid Schemes...
2.7 Faith
2.8 The Fox's Lair
2.9 Je Suis Prest
2.10 Prestonpans
2.11 Vengeance is Mine
2.12 The Hail Mary
2.13 Dragonfly in Amber

Season Three

3.1 The Battle Joined
3.2 Surrender
3.3 All Debts Paid
3.4 Of Lost Things
3.5 Freedom & Whisky
3.6 A. Malcolm
3.7 Crème de Menthe
3.8 First Wife
3.9 The Doldrums
3.10 Heaven and Earth
3.11 Uncharted
3.12 The Bakra
3.13 Eye of the Storm

Season Four

4.1 America the Beautiful
4.2 Do No Harm
4.3 The False Bride
4.4 Common Ground
4.5 Savages
4.6 Blood of My Blood
4.7 Down the Rabbit Hole
4.8 Wilmington
4.9 The Birds & the Bees
4.10 The Deep Heart's Core
4.11 If Not for Hope
4.12 Providence
4.13 Man of Worth

Season Five

5.1 The Fiery Cross
5.2 Between Two Fires
5.3 Free Will
5.4 The Company We Keep
5.5 Perpetual Adoration
5.6 Better to Marry Than Burn
5.7 The Ballad of Roger Mac
5.8 Famous Last Words
5.9 Monsters and Heroes
5.10 Mercy Shall Follow Me
5.11 Journeycake
5.12 Never My Love

Season Six

6.1 Echoes
6.2 Allegiance
6.3 Temperance
6.4 Hour of the Wolf
6.5 Give Me Liberty
6.6 The World Turned Upside Down
6.7 Sticks and Stones
6.8 I Am Not Alone

Season Seven

7.1 A Life Well Lost
7.2 The Happiest Place on Earth
7.3 Death Be Not Proud
7.4 A Most Uncomfortable Woman
7.5 Singapore
7.6 Where the Waters Meet
7.7 A Practical Guide for Time-Travelers
7.8 Turning Points

The remaining eight episodes of season seven will air starting November 22, 2024. Drat. Droughtlander is always TOO LONG.

Book Reviews

Outlander Book 1: review by ChrisB
Outlander Book 1: review by Billie Doux
Outlander Book 2: Dragonfly in Amber review by Billie Doux
Outlander Book 3: Voyager review by Billie Doux
Outlander Book 4: Drums of Autumn review by Billie Doux
Outlander Book 5: The Fiery Cross review by Billie Doux
Outlander Book 6: A Breath of Snow and Ashes review by Billie Doux. Includes a full synopsis of book six.

Related Links

NewsFlash: Outlander Will End With Season Eight
Outlander Top Ten Favorite Episodes by Billie Doux
Season four reviews by Laure Mack


Caitriona Balfe (Claire Randall)
Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser)
Duncan Lacroix (Murtagh Fraser)
Tobias Menzies (Frank Randall / Jack Randall)
Sophie Skelton (Brianna)
Richard Rankin (Roger Wakefield)
Graham McTavish (Dougal MacKenzie)
Grant O'Rourke (Rupert MacKenzie)
Stephen Walters (Angus Mhor)
César Domboy (Fergus (adult))
Romann Berrux (Fergus (child))
Lauren Lyle (Marsali)
John Bell (Young Ian)
Caitlin O'Ryan (Lizzie Wemyss)
Ed Speleers (Stephen Bonnet)
David Berry (Lord John Grey)
Maria Doyle Kennedy (Jocasta Cameron)