Season Four

DVD - 2019
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Season Four continues the story of Claire and Jamie Fraser as they try to make a home for themselves in colonial America. The Frasers in North Carolina are at another turning point in history, the edge of the American Revolution. Along the way, the Frasers cross paths with notorious pirate Stephen Bonnet in a fateful meeting that will haunt the family. Meanwhile, Brianna and Roger grow closer in the twentieth century but make a shocking discovery that has them following in Claire's footsteps


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Oct 08, 2019

I am enjoying this series much more since they cut down some of Claire's cussing and toned down the graphic sex a bit. Jamie, and Claire's daughter has a deep sense of entitlement, that I hope lessens. She travels through the stones to warn them of a possible future, as does her boyfriend. Jamie's aunt, nephew, and an old friend surfaces that helps keep his highland roots strong. Jamie's son, and Lord Grey pop over to the colonies since Lord Grey has inherited a southern plantation, and they have an interesting visit. So the series is keeping family and friends around.The season introduced a new villain who is devious, and as always the British soldiers/government are causing trouble for Jamie and Claire. Well done IMO.

JCLBeckyC Sep 16, 2019

Sam Heughan, who plays the male lead Jamie Fraser, won Best Actor on a Television Series at the 2019 Saturn Awards. He totally deserves it.

Sep 14, 2019

Have been watching this series in order. I tried reading the books, but find that I do like the videos better. Anyway, this season is a nice change of pace-new locations, new characters, and new adventures. Also, less explicit sex! It is interesting to have the daughter and Roger back in the past and now to wonder what happens to all of the family!

Aug 02, 2019

I found this Series by accident and although it was slow in the beginning, it grew on me quickly and I look forward to each and every season. I never read the books, but being dyslexic this has afforded me the opportunity to get to know them. Would highly recommend to everyone!


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