Despite the years that have passed, Outlander It is one of the most watched series worldwide since its premiere in 2014. That is why, now that a new season is approaching, fans are eager to know what will happen to the story starring Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe in the shoes of the respective Jamie and Claire.
It was on June 1 when the production of Outlander announced, through Instagram, that the filming of the sixth edition has come to an end. But, at that very moment, they made it clear that, beyond having to work on the already confirmed seventh part, the new episodes will only be published in 2022 and there will only be six chapters to enjoy.
So much so that, to the disappointment of many fans by the fact of having to wait a year for the renewal and, in addition to receiving an extra short season, some actors decided to advance details of what is to come. Sam Heughan himself was the first to speak, followed by Lauren Lyle with some behind-the-scenes footage.
However, now, Who provided details on what is expected was Richard Rankin, the interpreter of Roger Mac, a character who in the fifth edition took on great importance for the Fraser family. But, despite the fact that he anticipated everything about what is coming in terms of his role, the fans were not very satisfied as it seems to be a bleak future.
“Roger has come a long way, both physically and mentally”, He began by saying in an interview and then added:“I think that makes him question whether he should ever have been there in the first place. That really casts doubt on his future. “. And, it was these last words that attracted a lot of attention.
But what is the actor referring to with his words? Well, it turns out that Rankin’s sayings refer to what happened in the fifth season of Outlander when he and Brianna (Sophie Skelton) tried to go back to their time with their young son, but to no avail. That is why, before his statements, the followers of history have a theory: Roger will want to go back, even if he has to do it alone.