Outlander Season 8: When Is It Coming Back?

Outlander Season 8 will likely be released in late 2024 or 2025 at the earliest. The series is currently in production, though it was affected by the Hollywood Writer’s Guild strike, which started in March 2023.

The strike derailed the original filming schedule, but the cast and crew continue to work hard on bringing fans the epic love story of Claire Randall and Jamie Frasier that cuts across time and space and has captivated many all over the world.

Is Outlander Over?

The Starz drama Outlander is not over by a long shot. The series, which has accumulated 83 episodes thus far across 7 Seasons, still has so many episodes to go. As revealed by the producers, Season 7 of Outlanders has 16 episodes, which have been broken down into two parts of 8 episodes.

The first set of Season 7 episodes aired from June to August 2023. The second part will air in 2024. There is also going to be Season 8 of Outlander. This Season 8 will have ten episodes and may air in 2024 or 2025. Therefore, fans of Outlander still have a lot coming their way.

When is the New Season of Outlander Coming Back?

The new Season of Outlander will come out in 2024. However, note that this new Season is the second part of Season 7. As pointed out, Season 7 of Outlander has 16 episodes split into two halves of 8 episodes. The first half has already aired in 2023, while the next half will air in 2024. After this, fans can then forward to the 8th Season of Outlander. This may also come out in 2024 or 2025 at the latest.

How Many Episodes Will Be in Season 8 of Outlander?

Season 8 of Outlander will have ten episodes. The writers have been keeping the plotlines close to their chest, but one can expect Season 8 to bring a fitting end to Fraser and Claire’s love story. Recall that Outlander is actually based on the Outlander series of historical fantasy novels written by Diana Gabaldon.

The book series has nine books so far, which have been adapted by the TV series, and Gabaldon is working on a 10th and final book. This will, however, not be finished in time to be used for the TV series, and as such, the producers are moving ahead without it. They have, however, promised that the ending they will come up with will be a satisfying one that Diana will like.

Is Season 8 the Last Season of Outlander?

Season 8 of Outlander will be the last Season of the series. The show has been an overwhelming success since its debut in August 2014, but all good things eventually come to an end, and the goal of the producers of Outlander is to bring it to a proper conclusion.

The ending of Outlander will definitely be a bitter pill for some fans, but they shouldn’t worry, as there will be more Outlander action. A spin-off prequel series has been confirmed titled Outlander: Blood of My Blood. It will focus on Jamie Fraser’s parents, Brian and Ellen Fraser. It has been confirmed that the Outlander spin-off will have ten episodes, and it may hit the screens in 2024.

Where to Watch Outlander

One can be able to stream Outlander on Starz Apple TV Channel, Starz Roku Premium Channel, Starz, DIRECTV, Spectrum On Demand, Starz Play Amazon Channel, Netflix, Starz Amazon Channel, The Roku Channel, etc. It is also possible to buy Outlander on Apple TV, Microsoft Store, and Google Play Movies.

Of course, when the new Season of Outlander debuts, be it Part 2 of Season 7 or Season 8, it will first air on the Starz TV network, as they are the producers of the show, before moving to online platforms.

Is Outlander on Netflix?

The first five Seasons of Outlander are available on Netflix, and as such, fans can access it. However, there is a possibility that Seasons 6, 7, and 8 of the series will not come to Netflix due to licensing contract complications. However, those who have a Netflix subscription can watch the first five Seasons of the show on Netflix, and then seek alternatives after that.


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