The first teaser trailer for Outlander Season 2 has arrived, as the series prepares to set sail next year.
Executive produced by Ron Moore and based on the best-selling books by Diana Gabaldon, the show follows Claire (Caitriona Balfe), a married World War II nurse who is thrown back in time from 1945 into 1743 Scotland, where she meets and falls in love with Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan).
After the events of Season 1, the second run will see Claire and Jamie head to France. There, she will attempt to befriend and win the respect of Mother Hildegarde (Frances de la Tour), an intelligent and commanding Mother Superior, while volunteering at L’Hopital Des Anges.
Frances joins a cast that includes Tobias Menzies (Game of Thrones) as Frank Randall/Jonathan “Black Jack” Randall, Graham McTavish (The Hobbit) as Dougal MacKenzie, Gary Lewis (Billy Elliot) as Colum MacKenzie, Lotte Verbeek (The Fault in our Stars) as Geillis Duncan, Duncan Lacroix (Vikings) as Murtagh Fitzgibbons, Stephen Walters (Batman Begins) as Angus Mhor and Annette Badland (Eastenders) as Mrs Fitz.
Other additions to the series’ cast include stage actress Audrey Brisson as Sister Angelique, a nun at the hospital, and Dominique Piñon as Master Raymond, an apothecary and healer.
Can our time-crossed couple change the past and save their future? Spring 2016 is fast approaching.
Watch the video here – or catch up with our reviews of Season 1, all episodes of which are on Amazon Prime Video.
Outlander Season 2 will be exclusive to Amazon Prime Members and Amazon Prime Video subscribers in early 2016
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