Outlander Season 3: The second installment of Outlander after showcasing the scenarios of Dragonfly in Amber, the show runners are now started boosting up for the production of Outlander season 3 which is going to be based on the book series called Voyager. The Drama series from television is going to be renewed for its upcoming third and fourth installments on June 1, 2016, by Starz. Some more potency is to be expected to be added by the makers this time to improve the Plot Line.
Outlander Season 3 Spoilers
Jamie’s character is going to be largely emphasized in the Outlander season 3 and whatever he went in the past. The news got flashed out and highlighted brightly when Caitriona Balfe who essays Claire Fraser spoke about it on the show in an exclusive interview with the Wrap. It doesn’t end here, she also disclosed that the fans will go to witness Claire as a professional surgeon in the upcoming installment.
Claire has already be seen by us in the past where she encountered Jamie and how they got separated from each other after eventually marrying him in the previous season. But there is a possibility for them to reunite wit heach other in the season 3 of outlander as Balfe hinted about it further in her interview. She stated that ‘there will be a reunion of course, which is really beautiful according to me and it’s also been filmed really beautifully’.
Some new additions in the star cast of Outlander Season 3 is going to be witnessed by the viewers as reported out by the Den of Geek that Hannah James and Tanya Reynolds got roped in by the show runners for playing Isobel, Geneva and Dunsany. On the other hand, Mr. Willoughby is going to be depicted by Gary Young whereas Captain Thomas Leonard is going to be portray by Charlie Hiett on the show. It doesn’t ends here, as character of Young Marsali is going to be depicted by Lauren Lyle.
The release date of Outlander Season 3 has not been announced yet by the show runners or the network by with the casting of such promising actors, the upcoming season is going to be quite engaging as usual.