Discovery of Witches star addresses possible Outlander return

stranger from home Cast member Stephen Curry would “completely” repeat Ian Murray in season seven if given the opportunity.

In the seventh book by Diana Gabaldon in the Time Travel series, echo in the boneHis character is re-emerged by consumption-stricken in Scotland where he visits Jimmy Fraser and Claire Randall.

However, he will not be seen in the upcoming sixth season.


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“I know Ian is back in book seven and I know what happens to him — I think the first fan meeting I ever had, someone said ‘You know you’re dying, by the way’ and it was in 2014, so it’s funny how fast that time was,” Craig said digital spy.

“if it was stranger from home producers and stranger from home Team wanted me to come back, I will definitely be back. I was supposed to go back for a few episodes in season 5 and do a storyline that I couldn’t do because I had already signed on witches discovery [as Gallowglass]Unfortunately, there was no time to do either which disappointed me.

“But I would love to go back and especially if they decided to do this story and connect it to Ian’s story, then yeah, that would be a really great ending — not that I wish he died — and a full circle for the character.”

Stephen Curry, Teresa Palmer, Matthew Goode, The Discovery of Witches, Season 2


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The actor then went on to admit that period drama “occupies a really special place” in his heart.

“I did not go stranger from home For a while but the program has a life beyond being in it, it occupies a really special place for me, so if they want me to get the job back, I will definitely come back and do it.”

The big question is: Will his schedule even allow time to come back?

stranger from home It is scheduled to return for the sixth season in early 2022. Broadcasting on the air stars In the United States and streams Amazon Prime Video in the UK.

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