‘I’m none the wiser’ Major #Outlander character to return from the dead

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The latest instalment of Starz series Outlander saw Stephen Bonnet (played by Ed Speelers) kidnap Brianna Fraser (Sophie Skelton) and reveal his plan to start a family with their son Jemmy at River Run. When Brianna refused to comply, Bonnet decided to try and sell her but fortunately, his plan failed and he was caught by Roger MacKenzie (Richard Rankin). Bonnet was then set to be killed by drowning to pay for his crimes but Brianna shot him in the head in a mercy killing. But is this really the end of Bonnet?

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Well, it looks as though Bonnet is pretty dead following Brianna’s unexpected move.

However, actor Ed hinted he could make a return to the popular series in a flashback or another storyline.

He explained: “Outlander, as the producers have joked with me, has quite the record of doing flashbacks, and of bringing people back. So, never say never.

“I would love to work with these people again in some capacity, whether it be on this, or on something else, who knows.”

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Murtagh Fitzgibbons Jack Randall Stephen BonnetOutlander season 5: ‘I’m none the wiser’ Major character to return from the dead (Image: STARZ)

Stephen Bonnet being sentenced to deathOutlander season 5: Stephen Bonnet star Ed Speelers hinted he could return (Image: STARZ)

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The actor added to Town & Country: “I think it'd be pretty hard to find a way back in unless it is a flashback, but I don't know anything. I'm none the wiser.”

Bonnet’s death came as quite a surprise to many fans of the show and the books by Diana Gabaldon it is

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