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The fifth season of stranger from home finished and the sixth is still in post-production. That’s why fans of the love-and-adventure story of Jimmy and Claire Fraser, characters played by Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe respectively, are eager to see how this Diana Gabaldon-inspired drama will continue.
However, there are still several months to go to see Jamie and Claire shine in Season 6 of stranger from home Since, in addition to being so short, it won’t be published until 2022. But just as Sam Heughan recently leaked details of what’s to come, we’ve collected six data from Spoiler, perhaps, fans of the series weren’t aware of and will wait for much more fun.
6 Little-Known Facts About Outlander:
1. Inspired by Doctor Who:
Diana Gabaldon herself has said, more than once, that her novels were inspired by the character of Doctor Who, Jimmy McCremon. “I was thinking of a historical novel when I saw an old chapter of Doctor Who. I liked Jimmy with his masculine attitude and bravery and thought the skirt was very flattering‘, he began to narrate.
So much so that, from there, came his idea of a man, with a kilt, in Scotland. “I decided to put the book in 18th century Scotland and it had no plot, nothing, just the idea of a man in a kilt. I called him Jimmy, but I didn’t count on anything else from Doctor Who“, reveal.
2. Caitriona Balfe wasn’t the first to be named Claire:
In 2010, when the idea of capturing what Diana Gabaldon had written on the small screen began, everything pointed to that stranger from home It was supposed to be a movie. And if you realize, it was Katherine Heigl who had the greatest resonance for giving life to the hero.
3. There is no translation from Gaelic for the reason:
In the early seasons, when Claire has just arrived at Jimmy’s time and he and his clan are speaking the original Gaelic language, neither the protagonist nor the viewers can understand it since no translation is done. The rationale given by producer Ronald Moore is simple: they want viewers to feel what it’s like to be Claire Beauchamp, who can’t understand what they’re talking about.
4. The UK was about to ban the Outlander:
It was in the fall of 2014 the first season of stranger from homeBut even so, the UK didn’t arrive until March 2015 for one reason: the politicians. As revealed by the Scottish Herald in 2015, the head of Sony Pictures had a meeting with then-Prime Minister, David Cameron, who asked him to delay airing the series until the vote for Scottish independence.
From what the aforementioned portal revealed, the government’s fear was due to the fact that heroic Scots fighting for their freedom of imagination could have an influence on voters to become independent from the UK and it seemed to be a necessary step because they had accomplished their mission.
5. The North Carolina scenes were filmed in Scotland:
In the first three seasons, the story of Jamie and Claire takes place in the most famous Scottish Highlands. However, in the fourth edition, the couple moves to America, more precisely North Carolina, but the trip was pure fiction because the cast and production are still in Scotland.
“We have our own team and studio here in Scotland, so it was a good idea to stay here. Scotland makes North Carolina so goodMatt Roberts commented on Digital Spy in 2018 confirming that all season 4 scenes were filmed in Trossachs.
6. How will Jamie and Claire’s story end?
So far, there are eight books stranger from home And on November 23, Diana Gabaldon will premiere the ninth film. Although it will only be ten when the writer explains why Jamie’s ghost watched Claire out the window in the winter of 1946.
“It will be the last thing in the last book. I wish I could leave the fans in tears, but, you know, I’m happier than everGabaldon announced.
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