Outlander Season 7B titles might have been issued.2

The fact that we are unsure of the origins of the titles is something that we would like to make abundantly clear. The post was posted in a Facebook page dedicated to Outlander, but unfortunately, there was no acknowledgement of the source from whence these titles were initially discovered. When sharing anything on social media, it is imperative that you always provide credit to the resource from where the content originated. Not only is this done to protect the copyright, but it is also done so that everyone may refer back to the original source in order to verify the accuracy of the information.

When this is taken into consideration, we are going to take the titles with a grain of salt until they are formally confirmed by STARZ. There have been instances in which these potentially leaked titles have been somewhat incorrect, or they have been attributed to the incorrect episode number. Having said that, they serve as a decent starting point to have a sense of what to anticipate in the subsequent episodes.

Episode 10 is titled “Brotherly Love,” while Chapter 11 is titled “A Hundredweight of Stone.”
Carnal Knowledge is this week’s episode, and The Raven and the Dove is this week’s episode.
Ye Dinna Get Used to It is the fourteenth episode, Written in My Own Heart’s Blood is the fifteenth episode, and A Hundred Thousand Angels is the sixteenth episode.


When compared to other titles, there are a few that stand out specifically. It is certain that “Written in My Own Heart’s Blood” will be remembered by each and every reader of the book. After all, it is the name of the eighth book, and we are aware that the seventh season of Outlander is going to incorporate a significant number of plot points from the eighth book. This is done in order to ensure that the final season will cover Book 9 and bring the story to a close.

Taking into consideration what this indicates, “Carnal Knowledge” will remain prominent. For those who are familiar with the progression of Claire’s plot, they will have a general notion of what might take place in this episode. It’s possible that this is the one where THAT stunning marriage takes place. This would make perfect sense if it were to follow the events that are likely to take place in “Brotherly Love,” which will undoubtedly center on the Murrays in Scotland.

As part of the “World Outlander Day” celebration, Starz has set the premiere for the second half of Outlander Season 7 for Friday, November 22. New episodes will drop weekly on Fridays at midnight ET on the Starz app, Starz streaming, and on-demand. On linear, new episodes will debut at 8 PM ET/PT on Starz in the U.S.

Outlander is also currently in production on a 10-episode eighth and final season. Newly joined cast includes Kieran Bew (House of the DragonWarrior), who will be playing “Captain Charles Cunningham,” a retired British soldier; Frances Tomelty (Woman in the WallCatastrophe), who will play his mother, “Elspeth Cunningham”; and Carla Woodcock (Such Brave GirlsA Good Girl’s Guide to Murder), who joins in the role of “Amaranthus Grey,” a new member of the Grey family.


In Season 7 Part 2, Claire (Caitríona Balfe), Jamie (Sam Heughan), and Young Ian (John Bell) are leaving the colonies and arriving in their beloved homeland: Scotland. The perils of the Revolutionary War forced them to choose between standing by those they love and fighting for the land they have made their new home. Meanwhile, Roger (Richard Rankin) and Brianna (Sophie Skelton) face new enemies across time and must battle the forces that threaten to pull their family apart. As loyalties change and painful secrets come to light, Jamie and Claire’s marriage is tested like never before. With their love binding them over oceans and centuries, can the MacKenzies and Frasers find their way back to each other?

Alongside Balfe, Heughan, Skelton, Rankin, and Bell, Outlander also stars David Berry as “Lord John Grey,” Charles Vandervaart as “William Ransom,” Izzy Meikle-Small as “Rachel Hunter” and Joey Phillips as “Denzell Hunter.”

Matthew B. Roberts, Ronald D. Moore, Maril Davis, Toni Graphia, Luke Schelhaas, Andy Harries, Jim Kohlberg, Caitríona Balfe, and Sam Heughan serve as executive producers on “Outlander,” which is produced by Tall Ship Productions, Left Bank Pictures, and Story Mining & Supply Company, in association with Sony Pictures Television.

The Outlander television series is inspired by Diana Gabaldon’s international best-selling books, which have sold an estimated 50 million copies worldwide.

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