‘Outlander’ Fans May See Jenny and Ian Return in Season 6

They may be living a daring life on Fraser Ridge, but Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire (Caitriona Balfe) still have Scottish connections. They left their family behind in Lallybroch in the third season of Outlander. Knowing how close Jamie is to his family, there is a chance that fans will see his sister Jenny (Laura Donnelly) and her husband Ian (Steven Cree) in season 6.

[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for Diana Gabaldon’s seventh Outlander book, An Echo in the Bone.]

Laura Donnelly and Steven Cree on 'Outlander'
Laura Donnelly and Steven Cree on ‘Outlander’ | Starz

Why ‘Outlander’ fans want to see Jenny and Ian again

When Jamie finally saw his sister Jenny, her son, young John Murray (John Bell), was kidnapped by pirates. To save him, Claire and Jamie sailed for Jamaica, leaving Jenny and Ian Sr.

The last time Murray appeared together Outlander was in 3. And there are plenty of reasons fans want to see them return. Jenny and Ian are not just Jamie’s sister and brother-in-law; they are also best friends. The couple took care of Jamie after Claire returned in the future. And Ian Sr. helped. Brianna got to the colonies she went to look for her parents.

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But one of the main reasons viewers hope to see them is because their son, young John, is a changed man. And it would be interesting to see how the couple reacts to seeing their son’s new version.

Jenny and Ian may reappear in season 6

STARZ Outlander based on author Diana Gabaldon’s beloved book series. Season 5 followed book 5 events, The Fine Cross, and book 6, A breath of snow and ashes. So when the series returns for season 6, it looks like it will delve into the stories from Gabaldon ‘s seventh novel, Echo in the bone.

In book 7, Jamie, Claire, and young John travel back to Scotland to visit Jenny and Ian in Lallybroch. So, if the show sticks to the source material, there’s a chance that Murrays fans will see it return next season.

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‘Outlander’ will be delivering ‘fun and fresh’ events next season

Outlander writers make adjustments to keep the audience on their toes. So with this, fans know not to rely on Gabaldon’s books for spoilers.

At the Outlander panel at PaleyFest in 2020, action reps Maril Davis and Matthew B. Roberts shared some details about season 6. They suggested that Lizzie (Caitlin O’Ryan) get a bigger story. And they blocked Brianna (Sophie Skelton) and Roger (Richard Rankin) in for something “fun and new.”

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“Jamie and Claire, the love deepens,” Davis said, as reported Last date. “Roger and Brianna, they have their own journey – and Caitlin [O’Ryan], who plays Lizzie, has a great story, and she’s such a great actress. ”

“There is going to be joy, there will be drama, there will be suffering, there will be tears,” Roberts said. “All of the above.”

The Outlander the team will begin filming season 6 in the first months of 2021. So fans can expect new times to fall sometime later in the year.

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