Back in March, E! News paid a visit to the Scotland set of Outlander season four, and it rained the whole time. 

Not only did water fall down from the sky, but it also rained season four scoop all over the place. Kristin Dos Santos sat down with the cast of the Starz hit drama to hear all about the show heading to 1770s North Carolina, where Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) can finally, for the first time in their relationship, put down roots and build themselves a home. 

In the video above, Balfe and Heughan spilled on what that means for the couple, especially considering the home they're building is in America—a very significant place for Claire. 

We also learned all about the legacy Jamie is trying to leave for his daughter, and even heard from said daughter (Sophie Skelton) about the tough times ahead for Brianna, who is in for a wild ride this season, as she and Roger (Richard Rankin) trace the path of her parents 200 years earlier. 

We also hung out with John Bell, who plays Jamie's nephew Young Ian, who's done being the cause of all the trouble like he was in season three. Now he's even got a dog. 

We'll also get to know Jamie's Aunt Jocasta (Maria Doyle Kennedy), who is quite the character, and a new guy named Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers) who you might just love to hate, or hate to hate, or just plain hate. We'll just have to see how that unfolds over the course of the season...

Check out all the videos on and scroll on down to find out just how much we know (and are allowed to talk about, at least) about this season of Outlander!

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, Season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander, season 4

Starz

Outlander returns this Sunday on Starz.

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