‘Outlander’ Releases A Delightful Season 6 Premiere Clip Featuring Claire and Jamie

What a wonderful way to celebrate the holiday season. Starz released a new clip from the upcoming season 6 premiere episode of Outlander on Christmas Day, which will air on March 6.

Season six of the popular Outlander series is based on Diana Gabaldon’s book A Breath of Snow and Ashes, and it picks up where the fifth season left off, with Claire (Caitriona Balfe) returning to Fraser’s Ridge after fleeing a violent encounter with Lionel Brown. When Claire and Jamie (Sam Heughan) realize the Revolutionary War is looming, they must decide what is best for their family.

Claire and Jamie have an emotional exchange that lasts nearly two minutes as they contemplate how they will deal with their new situation in the future. Jamie expresses his love and devotion to his wife in a touching exchange between the couple.

“I’m confident you’ll always be there for me. Claire, you have a way of making me think you’re an angel “He is able to clearly express his emotions.

Angels don’t act like this. Claire teases them as they kiss at the end of the scene.

Outlander will premiere on Starz on Sunday, March 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Outlander star Sam Heughan reads a famous poem ahead of the premiere of 'Men in Kilts'
Outlander star Sam Heughan reads a famous poem ahead of the premiere of ‘Men in Kilts’

Outlander star Sam Heughan reads a famous poem ahead of the premiere of ‘Men in Kilts’

Meanwhile, Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish have collaborated on a new road-trip series called Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip With Sam and Graham.

Throughout the eight-episode, half-hour series, Heughan, and McTavish meet local artisans and experts, visit historic sites, and discover Scotland’s wonders as they embark on memorable adventures together.

This season’s Outlander will feature Glencoe and Inverness, as well as the Culloden Battlefield, which served as a pivotal moment in Scottish history and is well known to Outlander fans. They’ll also pay tribute to the Highlands, Scottish food and drink, sports and music, and other cultural traditions.

ET has premiered a special video of Heughan reading a famous Robert Burns poem in honor of Burns Night, which falls on Monday in the United Kingdom, in order to promote Men in Kilts and Scottish traditions and to generate excitement.

The actor, 40, recites Robert Burns’ famous poem “Address to a Haggis” during the traditional Burns Supper, which includes haggis, neeps (turnip), and tatties (potatoes). The centerpiece of any Burns supper is traditionally haggis, and this poem honors it as “the great chieftain of the sausage race,” making it a literary must-have for any celebration. After Burns’ death in 1796, his friends organized the Burns Supper in his honor. Everything started with that first haggis dinner when they recited Burns’ famous haggis verse.

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