Newborn stars launch bipolar outflows as their first cry, universally observed in the present star-forming regions. Previous outflow studies have mainly focused on the solar-neighborhood condition, and it is poorly understood whether such outflow-driving is expected in the low-metallicity environment, representing the earlier phase of the universe. Since the early ALMA's scientific operations, we have been actively observing molecular clouds and the associated protostellar objects in the low-metallicity Magellanic Clouds, whose metallicity is 0.2--0.5 times the solar value. In this presentation, I report the detection of molecular outflows for the first time in both Magellanic Clouds as an indicator to verify the universality of the star formation mechanism from dense cores to protostars. I also review recent ALMA studies of molecular clouds in the Magellanic Clouds, along with the outflow detection report.