5 ‘Outlander’ Characters We’d Love to See Have Spinoff Series

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Jenny Fraser Murray

Played by: Laura Donnelly

Jamie’s sister and the tough-as-nails, no-nonsense landlord of the Fraser’s family estate, Lallybroch. She’s raising a family (including grandkids) and one of Jamie’s fiercest defenders.

Fans would love to watch her deal with political pressures, family life, and being a working 18th century woman.

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Roger Wakefield and Brianna Randall

Played by: Richard Rankin and Sophie Skelton

The couple, who can also time travel, have a beautiful love story.

We’d be interested in seeing them develop and reckon with who their parents are.

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Lord John Gray

Played by: David Berry

The closeted soldier, diplomat, and governor of Ardsmuir prison was a very interesting supporting character. His compassion and empathy conflicted with his career aspirations.

A spinoff series about his career, time raising Jamie’s son William, and understanding his sexual preference would be intriguing.

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Geillis Duncan

Played by: Lotte Verbeek

The mentally unstable and violent friend of Clarie’s, who can also time travel, provides tons of material for her own series.

How’d she end up in Jamaica? How did she escape her death sentence in Scotland? We need some answers!

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Dougal MacKenzie

Played by: Graham McTavish

The War Chieftain of Clan MacKenzie and brother of Laird Colum — he’s also been keeping family secrets for years.

It’d be very interesting to learn more about his earlier years, beliefs, and actions to protect his beloved Scotland.

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Outlander is all about Jamie and Claire’s love story, and we’re not mad about it.

The Starz series, which returns for its fourth season in November, focuses on its two lead characters (of course) but also features a number of complex, interesting supporting characters. So much so, that we’d love to learn more about them.

But with so little time, and so much ground to cover, some of their storylines and character arcs are cut short.

So, if Starz were to grant fans even more Outlander tales (hope so!), these are five characters who’d we love to see be further developed in a potential spinoff series. Check them out in the gallery above.

Outlander, Season 4 Premiere, Sunday, November 4, 8/7c, Starz