Continue your Outlander mini-marathon on Starz this week

Photo credit: Outlander/Starz Image acquired via Starz Media Room
Photo credit: Outlander/Starz Image acquired via Starz Media Room /

Starz started its mini-marathon of Outlander this week. You can continue it with Season 3, Episodes 4-6 tonight.

Starz is helping you get through Droughtlander by running a mini-marathon of Outlander this week. It all started last night, with the first three episodes of Outlander Season 3 airing from 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT. The next three episodes will air tonight, so you’ll get to catch “Of Lost Things,” “Freedom and Whisky,” and “A. Malcolm” tonight. How great is it to watch Episodes 5 and 6 without the two-week break?

The mini-marathon is set to run for the full week. Starz will air three episodes a night starting at 6 p.m. ET. This will take you through to Friday when the Outlander Season 3 finale will air.

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The last time a marathon aired on the network, a teaser for Outlander Season 4 followed. The network hasn’t said if this will happen again, but there are certainly hopes that will happen. After all, it’s been a while since we’ve had anything official about the upcoming season, except for the news that we’ll get the fourth season in November–two months later than initially expected.

Of course, those with the Starz App can watch the episodes whenever you want. Sometimes, it’s just fun to be able to watch the episodes with everyone else at the same time; catching it to chat about it on Twitter or in Facebook groups.

Outlander Season 3, Episode 4, “Of Lost Things,” will air tonight at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT and then lead straight into Episodes 5 and 6, “Freedom & Whisky” and “A. Malcolm” respectively.

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