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12 Things The 'Outlander' Season 6 Behind-The-Scenes Video Taught Us

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12 Things The 'Outlander' Season 6 Behind-The-Scenes Video Taught Us

You asked (nay, demanded!) and Starz has answered. Ahead of Sunday's Men in Kilts episode, Starz finally provided a behind-the-scenes look of Outlander Season 6. Though it was only a minute long, there was enough footage for eagled-eye fans to figure out some exciting plots that could be coming to the screen based on the book A Breath of Snow and Ashes.

The fandom already knows all about the Christie family arriving to the Ridge in Season 6. But there was plenty of new intel to go around in the video, like hints of other new arrivals. And beyond the Season 6 clues, it was fun to see that the cast, including Lauren Lyle, John Bell, and newcomers Alexander Vlahos and Jessica Reynolds, were all smiles on set. But based on Sam Heughan's quote, "The underlying theme of the season is definitely that there's a lot of turmoil here," their onscreen characters are going to be far less carefree.

Here are 12 things viewers can glean from the Season 6 teaser video from the joyful to the distressing. Warning: Book spoilers ahead.

1. Mama's Got A Brand New Bag

That appears to be a serious medical kit Claire is holding when meeting the Christies. Is there enough room to store ether in there? Have ether, will travel.

2. The Fisher-Folk

In listing the newcomers to the Ridge, Caitriona Balfe mentioned the "fisher-folk." In A Breath of Snow and Ashes, the fisher-folk come from around Thurso, the northern coastal area of the Highlands, and settle on the Scottish-friendly Ridge. But as their name implies, they're more familiar with fishing and aren't accustomed to living in the woods, so it's a big adjustment for them and could be what Balfe is referring to when she says, "Everyone's starting to find their feet and some are still struggling."

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