““Outlander” ended last season with Claire and Jamie shipwrecked on the American coast, bringing with them a mess of a past and no idea of their future.
“More than just a shift in geography, however, Season 4 represents a new age for Claire and Jamie.
“Their dynamic feels settled, maybe for the first time. It’s a novel experience to watch them discuss eight-year plans and give presents they assume they’ll live long enough to use.
“Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan are well-suited to this, giving Claire and Jamie a gentle married-couple telepathy that neatly sketches the state of their relationship.
“But of course, wherever Jamie goes a villain is sure to follow, and this season we get Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers), a walking warning about … something.”
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