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Outlander (2014 - 2020)

Outlander (2014 - 2020)





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A married British combat nurse time-travels between World War II and 1743 Scotland, where she falls for a Scottish warrior.
Creator: Ronald D. Moore

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Critics Consensus: Outlander's romantic ardor doesn't burn as bright in this fifth season, but the Frasers remain an enthralling pair as they try to forge a home together.

2019, Starz, 12 episodes

Critics Consensus: Outlander's epic romance settles into a violent fourth season, planting its flag on the American frontier while treading on darker themes.

2018, Starz, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Outlander's epic love story returns with the same strong storytelling and an added layer of maturity.

2017, Starz, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Outlander returns for a second addictive season of mystery and sweeping romance as Claire and Jamie take on Paris.

2016, Starz, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: Outlander is a unique, satisfying adaptation of its source material, brought to life by lush scenery and potent chemistry between its leads.

2014, Starz, 16 episodes


Caitriona Balfe
as Claire Randall
Sam Heughan
as Jamie Fraser
Tobias Menzies
as Frank Randall/Jonathan "Black Jack" Randall
Graham McTavish
as Dougal MacKenzie
Gary Lewis
as Colum MacKenzie
Duncan Lacroix
as Murtagh Fitzgibbons Fraser
Annette Badland
as Mrs. Fitzgibbons
Stephen Walters
as Angus Mhor
Lotte Verbeek
as Geillis Duncan
David Berry
as Lord John William Grey
Wil Johnson
as Joe Abernathy
John Bell
as Young Ian Murray
Hannah James
as Geneva Dunsany
Tanya Reynolds
as Isobel Dunsany
Ed Speleers
as Stephen Bonnet
Dominique Pinon
as Master Raymond
Claire Sermonne
as Louise de Rohan
Douglas Henshall
as Taran MacQuarrie
Simon Callow
as Duke of Sandringham
Frances de la Tour
as Mother Hildegarde
James Fleet
as Reverend Wakefield
Jim Sweeney
as Andrew MacDonald
Laurence Dobiesz
as Alex Randall
Aislín McGuckin
as Letitia MacKenzie
Julian Wadham
as Lord General George Murray
Gerard Horan
as Quartermaster John O'Sullivan
Margaret Fraser
as Mrs. Crook
Marc Duret
as Duverney
Sam Hoare
as Lord Melton/Lord Hal Melton
Margaux Chatelier
as Annalise de Marillac
Robert Cavanah
as Jared Fraser
Jamie Kennedy
as Rabbie MacNab
Russell Crous
as Second Mate Baxley
Jamie Biddulph
as Highlander
Francis Magee
as Crenshaw
Calum Cormack
as Fire Brigade Captain
Audrey Brisson
as Sister Angelique
Richard Dillane
as Captain Raines
Mark Hadfield
as Archibald Campbell
Kimberley Nixon
as Millie Nelson
Alison Pargeter
as Margaret Campbell
Albie Marber
as Elias Pound
Grant Stott
as Captain Freeman
Karl Thaning
as First Mate Warren
Leon Herbert
as Eutroclus
Robert Maloney
as French Doctor
Gustav Gerdener
as Seaman Jones
Lawrence Joffe
as Bernard Cosworth
Nathan Lynn
as Joe Howard
Ben Bradley
as Redcoat
Lionel Lingelser
as King Louis
Tim McInnerny
as Father Bain
Jack Richard Tate
as Ronald McNab
Brian McCardie
as Sir Marcus MacRannoch
Ian Hanmore
as Father Anselm
Stephen Docherty
as Scottish Driver
Mark Prendergast
as Alistair Duffie
Marc Alan Nicholson
as Hanged Highlander
Clive Russell
as Lord Lovat
Kim Allan
as Robena Donaldson
Fabien Lucciarini
as Patagonia Captain
Andrew Whipp
as Brian Fraser
Oscar Kennedy
as William Grey
John Sessions
as Arthur Duncan
Tyler Collins
as Private Lucas
Zoë Barker
as Brighid
Conor McCarry
as Young Jamie
Matthew Douglas Grzeszak
as Corporal Dawson
James Parris
as Simon Fraser
Seoras Wallace
as The Watch
Paul Ellard
as French Vendor
Cora Tsang
as Janet Murray
Frazer Hines
as Sir Fletcher Gordon
Seylan Baxter
as Woman Patient
Scarlett Mack
as Toinette
Hannah James-Scott
as Geneva Dunsany
Ilario Calvo
as Father Laurentin
Jay Villiers
as Colonel Harry Quarry
Andrew Rothney
as Neil MacDonald
James Barriscale
as Farquard Campbell
Gaia Weiss
as Comtesse St. Germain
Owen Oakeshott
as Head Jailor
Gary French
as Mr. Haugh
Garry Summers
as Anaesthesiologist
Darren Jelley
as Jailor 2
Ryan Gilks
as King's Guard
Rufus Wright
as Captain Lewis
Paul Tinto
as Rob MacDonald
Sean McKee
as Jailor 3
Kola Krauze
as Minister of the House
Keith Lomas
as Parisian Gentleman
Lee Boardman
as Lieutenant Wolff
Sion Tudor Owen
as Silas Hawkins
Ryan Fletcher
as Corporal MacGregor
Ian Bustard
as Vicomte Marigny
Tom Brittney
as Lieutenant Foster
Nick Cornwall
as Prison Officer
Simon Meacock
as Hugh Munro
Alex Hope
as Richard Anderson
Neil Ashton
as Corporal Brame
Brendan Patricks
as Captain Clermont
Rhys Lambert
as Young Jamie
Kenny Blyth
as Duello Official
Ross Maxwell
as Prisoner 1
Crawford Logan
as Clergyman
Cameron Jack
as Overseer Byrnes
Iona Claire
as Fiona Graham
Carol Ann Crawford
as Mrs. Berrow
Colin Stinton
as Dean Jackson
Mark Phoenix
as Prisoner 2
Herbert Forthuber
as Général D'Arbanville
Alice McMillan
as Molly Cockburn
Stuart Campbell
as Rabbie MacNab
Amani Zardoe
as Court Lady #1
Bridget McCann
as Alice McMurdo
Sarah Higgins
as Allina Clerk
Will Alexander
as Redcoat Lieutenant
Roger Ringrose
as Dr. Thorne
John Mawson
as Nobleman #2
Shonagh Price
as Female Guest
Marcello Walton
as Nobleman #3
Tim Licata
as Culloden Tourist
Rory Barraclough
as Frederick MacBean
Paul Lacoux
as Monsieur Flèche
Geoffrey Newland
as Mr. Lillington
Joanne Gallagher
as Apprehensive Boy's Mother
Anna Marie Cseh
as Noblewoman #1
Nick Cheales
as Culloden Husband
Scott Hoatson
as Charles, Sandringham's Messenger
Fiona Ormiston
as Culloden Wife
Ross Mann
as Beaufort Servant
Chanelle de Jager
as Annekje Johansen
Simon Donaldson
as Captain of the Guard
Kyle Rees
as John Quincy Myers
Patrick Macnee
as John Steed
Morne Visser
as English Slaver
Jack Gover
as Chamber Servant
Milton Schorr
as Slave Trader
Diana Rigg
as Emma Peel
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