Outlander takes place over multiple time periods simultaneously, from the 1700s to the 1970s.
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Season One starts in the 1940s, when Claire is from. She travels through the stones to 1743.
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The rest of Season One runs from spring to winter 1743, as Claire and Jamie meet, marry, and eventually Claire rescues Jamie from prison.
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Season Two runs from 1744 to 1746, as Claire and Jamie go to France and back, and ends with the battle of Culloden.
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Season Two ends in 1948, when Claire returns through the stones, pregnant, to be reunited with Frank.
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Season Three takes place partially from 1949 - 1968, as Claire raises her daughter (Brianna), becomes a doctor, and then returns to the past.
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Meanwhille, from 1752 to 1765, Jamie has been living as a prisoner at a manor, but is freed and reuintes with Claire in Edinburgh.
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The two then head to Jamaica in 1767 to rescue Ian, before being shipwrecked on the way home.
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Season Four takes place from 1767 - 1770, as Claire and Jamie start a new life in the colonies, and Brianna and Roger come to join them.
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