5 important storylines to remember before Outlander Season 7

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What to remember before Outlander Season 7

Outlander Season 7 is almost here, and there’s no doubt most are rewatching the series to get ready. If you’re not, these are the important storylines to remember before the premiere.

You’ve got Friday, June 16 marked clearly in your calendar. It’s highlighted to remind everyone in the house that this is the day Outlander Season 7 premieres. Of course, everyone in the house has to deal with another round of Outlander binge-watching to get ready for the new season—and what else are you going to watch during Droughtlander?

If you don’t have time for a binge-watch, you’ll want to know the important storylines that are likely to come up in the seventh season. Here’s what you need to know as we get into the story.

1. Jamie and John have fallen out

Lord John Grey now knows that Jamie is going to fight against the Crown. John naturally thinks that this is a bad idea. To be honest, if Jamie didn’t know what was coming, he likely would have fought with the Crown—or just not involved himself at all the best he could. However, Claire, Bree, and Roger know that the Revolutionary War is going to be a victory for the Patriots.

That doesn’t mean John likes it. And John doesn’t even understand why Jamie is fighting on that side. In the promo, it’s clear that John wants Jamie to reconsider things, even if it means to avoid facing William on the battlefield.

And yes, that is going to come up. Adult William is coming into the story. Remember that William is Jamie’s son with Geneva, who John and Isobel raised together after Geneva’s death.