Outlander Series 5 DVD Australia
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
DVD Release Date: 2020
Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
No. of Discs: 4
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Follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world in which her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie Fraser, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate relationship is ignited that tears Claire’s heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.
Story about outlander series 5
After the celebrations in honor of Brianna and Roger’s wedding, Governor Tryon reminds Jamie of his obligation to persecute and kill Murtagh Fitzgibbons. He also expects him to raise a militia to subdue the Regulators if necessary. Meanwhile, Brianna is reminded of her past trauma when she inadvertently hears some devastating news. Roger is tested by Jochasta, who implies he should remember that even though he is not his blood relative, Bree’s son is the heir to River Run and his marriage to her will eventually pay off. To Jocosta’s pleasure, he tells her off. Jamie, now a colonel in the King’s army, takes the pledges of Scots to serve in his Army, to include his appointment of Roger as captain. Jamie faces Murtagh, telling him he must flee as he is obligated by honor to fulfill the governor’s order.
As Jamie continues to hunt Murtagh with the aid of the zealous Lieutenant Hamilton Knox, he’s forced to consider whether or not he’s on the right side of history. When a resident of Fraser’s Ridge dies from a preventable ailment, which had been exacerbated by an ill-informed (though well-intentioned) use of folk medicine, Claire considers using modern methods to keep the settlers safe. The growing Regulator threat forces Jamie, Claire and Roger to embark on a mission to raise a militia. Jamie and Claire are forced to make a difficult decision when one of their settlers reveals he’s a bondservant and asks for help freeing himself and his brother from their abusive master. Roger leads Jamie’s militia to the trading post of Brownsville and finds himself embroiled in a bitter feud. Jamie and Claire arrive to find that Roger’s unusual strategy may have cost them the loyalty of the militia. Claire learns that her “modern” medical advice has spread further than she intended.
Jamie and his militia arrive at Hillsborough to learn that Governor Tryon has proposed a rather unorthodox solution to deal with the threat posed by the Regulators and to resolve the growing political crisis. Jamie takes drastic action when his relationship to Murtagh is at risk of being revealed. While busy with life at the Ridge, Roger and Brianna must come to terms with their past when Roger learns new information about Stephen Bonnet. Meanwhile, Claire recalls an episode from her past that led her back to Jamie.
At Jocasta’s wedding, Jamie learns Tryon’s true motivation for ending the Regulator threat. Claire discovers a lead on the whereabouts of a former enemy from an unexpected source, but the price for the information is far higher than she anticipates. Roger and Brianna must save the Ridge from an imminent threat due to Jamie and Claire’s absence. The Regulator Rebellion reaches a boiling point, forcing Jamie to face his fear and confront the consequence of his divided loyalties. Brianna remembers crucial details about the battle, causing Roger to go behind enemy lines. Jamie enters the Battle of Alamance in a British uniform. When a Regulator tries to shoot him, Murtagh saves his life, only for one of Jamie’s soldiers to shoot Murtagh immediately afterwards. Jamie brings Murtagh to Claire but he is already dead. Jamie declares his obligation to the crown finished and hands his red coat to the British. The episode ends on a cliffhanger with Roger possibly having been hanged.
The Frasers must come to terms with all that has changed in the aftermath of the Battle of Alamance. Roger was hanged but survives, albeit traumatized, and Brianna tries to help him heal both physically and mentally. While Claire and Jamie are playing with Jemmy in the woods near the Ridge, an unexpected visitor, Young Ian, appears.
When Jamie is bitten by a venomous snake, Claire fears she may not have the resources to save him; Jamie asks Roger to complete an important task in the event of his death. Jamie and Roger implement their plan to eliminate the threat looming over them, but it goes awry. Meanwhile, Brianna is forced to confront her greatest fear and fight for her and her son’s lives. A revelation about their son, Jemmy, forces Roger and Brianna to decide if they want to stay in the 18th century or return to the future. Jamie finds that unrest in the backcountry has given rise to a new power: an organization led by the unpredictable Brown brothers. Meanwhile, Claire finds that her attempts to make this time safer for her family have dire, unintended consequences. Claire struggles to survive brutal treatment from her captors, as Jamie gathers a group of loyal men to help him rescue his wife. Roger and Brianna’s journey takes a surprising turn.