The fourth season of Netflix’s Outlander will be released on September 16.

But in order to get the most out of it, you’re going to need a big screen.

The first Outlander season, which aired in the U.K. in 2018, saw the return of its main characters, Claire and Jamie, and introduced a new cast of characters including Claire’s husband John (Dylan Baker), who is the husband of Claire’s brother, Ian (Dermot Mulroney), and her new lover Claire’s mother, Fiona (Gillian Anderson).

In the latest episode of the series, which airs Sept. 17 on HBO, Claire (Déa Du Preez) and her sister are trying to escape from a tower on a ship and find their way home.

Claire finds herself in a strange castle where she meets a mysterious young woman, Lady MacBeth, who helps Claire in her escape.

As the episode progresses, the characters grow closer and it becomes clear that the castle is the home of the Lady Macbeths and Claire’s sister, MacQueen.

Claire and her friend Jamie are sent to the castle by the Lady and are tasked with finding their way out.

In order to escape the castle, Claire needs to find and reunite with her father.

It’s Claire’s first encounter with a stranger on the show, and her first time dealing with an outside world.

The episode ends with Claire reuniting with Jamie, who she has been seeing for the past three months.

When Claire returns to her family home in Scotland, her father is there, but she doesn’t know him well.

He’s a different person now.

Claire also learns that MacQueen is hiding from the world and Claire can’t help but wonder if she’ll ever see him again.

The episode features many new voices, including Claire herself, Ian and Lady MacQueen, and there are also plenty of new scenes and plot points to keep viewers on their toes.

As Claire and the rest of the crew struggle to escape, Jamie is also looking for Claire, and he goes on a quest to find her.

Claire must find out what he wants from her and help her find him.

Outlander season 4 premieres Sept. 16 at 10 p.m. on HBO.

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