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Jamie and Claire enjoy a rare moment when neither of them is in mortal danger.

get ready, stranger faithful: The Season 7 sneak peek at the top of this post shows the Frasers having a sweet bedtime talk… and that’s about it. No violence. Without fear of death. No war, pestilence or disease breaking down your door. It’s a nice change of pace, isn’t it?

Starz released the clip in celebration of World stranger Day and in conjunction with the show’s panel at the ATX Festival on Thursday. In the video above, Jamie waits for Claire to come to bed. As she is finishing her nightly routine, he tells her how he dreamed of her in her own time, then explains how he knows he is seeing her in a time that is yet to come.

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“I dream of the past,” he reasons. “Why wouldn’t I dream of the future?”

According to the show’s official synopsis, season 7, which premieres Friday June 16 at 8/7c, will begin with Claire still in danger from those who believe she killed Malva Christie, and Jamie and Young Ian with hoping to get there. on time. But hey, there’s also the burgeoning Revolutionary War to contend with.

“Jamie, Claire and their family are caught in the violent birth pangs of an emerging nation as armies march to war and British institutions crumble in the face of armed rebellion,” according to Starz. “The land the Frasers call home is changing, and they must change with it. To protect what they’ve built, the Frasers must navigate the dangers of the Revolutionary War. They learn that sometimes to defend what you love you have to leave it behind. As the conflict drags them out of North Carolina and into the heart of this fight for independence, Jamie, Claire, Brianna and Roger are faced with impossible decisions that have the potential to tear their family apart.”

Season 7 of the Starz series will feature the recasting of a popular character: Kristin Atherton (Doctors, Waterloo Road) will take on the role of Jamie’s sister, Jenny Murray, a role played in seasons 1-3 by Laura Donnelly (the nevers). The season, which executive producer Matthew B. Roberts has said, “will revisit some of our favorite characters in different times and places,” will also feature the return of Graham McTavish (who plays Dougal MacKenzie), Nell Hudson ( Laoghaire Fraser), Steven Cree (Elder Ian Murray), Lotte Verbeek (Geillis Duncan), Andrew Whipp (Brian Fraser) and Layla Burns (Joan MacKimmmie).

As previously reported, Season 7 will be split into two parts, with the second half set to debut sometime in 2024.

Press PLAY on the video at the top of the post to watch it, then click the comments with his dreams for the next season.

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