Cast members Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe talked about what the fans can expect to see in “Outlander” Season 2 in a new video. The actors teased that the new setting for their characters will be challenging.

In a video posted on YouTube, Heughan (Jamie) said that he and Balfe (Claire) felt that the new world in France was “familiar, but unsettling.” The actor revealed that there will be fewer weapons for his character in France, compared to Scotland, and the new world will be more about politics and back stabbing.

Heughan said there was a bit of “darkness” in the next season as Jamie and Claire will encounter some “pretty dangerous characters,” while they are in France. The actor said that it will be difficult for his character to ascertain on whose side some of the characters they meet will be on.

Balfe revealed that Claire’s “big mouth” will get her “into trouble” in the next season. Trouble for the character begins “straight away” in the next season. Balfe said that Claire will get into trouble even before she gets off the docks, which should be in “Outlander” Season 2 episode 1.

The trouble in the first episode will introduce an important character Comte St. Germain, played by Stanley Weber. “This is the great thing about the show. There’s such forward momentum…we never really stay in one place at one time. So, we constantly have this influx of great new characters,” Balfe said.

The actress revealed that Jamie and Claire will meet Master Raymond (Dominique Piñon) “soon enough” in the next season. Some of the other characters that they will get to meet are Fergus (Romann Berrux), Mother Hildegard (Frances de la Tour) and Bonnie Prince Charlie (Andrew Gower).

Balfe described the first half of “Outlander” Season 2 as being “exciting” and “very different.” Despite the difference, Balfe hopes that the fans will see that the show still has a “central relationship that is very familiar.”