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After an entire season of knowing that everything Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) were attempting to accomplish would fail, the season two finale of Outlander actually ended on a hopeful note.
In the final moments of the season, Claire and her grown daughter Brianna (Sophie Skelton) learned from Roger Wakefield (Richard Rankin) in the present day that Jamie didn't die during the Battle of Culloden in the past as was previously thought. Armed with that knowledge, Claire decided that she would go back through the stones and reunite with her second husband and the father of her daughter.
shot,” executive producer Ron Moore tells THR.”]
Unfortunately, viewers are going to have to wait for a long time to see that reunion play out onscreen, as the "Droughtlander" has officially begun again. Here, The Hollywood Reporter looks at seven of the biggest burning questions left hanging in the balance that Outlander will hopefully answer come season three.
Note: While some of these questions may already be answered in Diana Gabaldon's third book, Voyager, executive producer Ron Moore has proven several times that he has no qualms about changing the story from the page to the screen. With that in mind, book three spoilers were not taken into account when compiling this list.
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