‘Outlander’ Season 3 News & Updates: Showrunner Teases Major Changes; Bloody Scenes Surface

“Outlander,” on its third season is up for dramatic major transformation as show runner shares hints of the plot and photos of the recent shoot gives a glimpse of the bloody scenes that we should expect to surface when the historical fiction series hit our tv screens.

Variety reported that during the recently concluded Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival, “Outlander” showrunner Ronald D. Moore shared to the crowd about the thrilling sea voyage happening in season 3.

“There’s an extended journey across the Atlantic and then the story eventually goes to Jamaica, the Caribbean and ending up in the New World,” he said. “Season 3 will be as different to Season 2 as Season 2 was to Season 1.”

“It’s exciting creatively; it’s very hard in terms of the production… You are doing a whole new series with every season. So that’s very difficult. Scouting new locations, building new sets, bringing in new cast members, new costumes, different eras. It increases the expense, it increases the time necessary to prep everything, to shoot everything… So it makes it more difficult and it also takes more mental energy having to crack new problems,” Moore elaborated.

The significant changes seem to stir challenges to the creator of the show but rest assured the viewers are lucky for a grand treat of the new season as the cast and crew put their best efforts, creativity and enthusiasm in making the show realistic as they take us to a historical time travel with a stroke of drama and the forces of action.

Meanwhile, Daily Record posted photos taken between scenes of the bloody Battle of Culloden described to be one of the most crucial parts of the new season.

The heartrending Battle of Culloden was the popular final conflict of the Jacobite rising of 1745 and where the Highland clan culture of Scotland delivered its last song.

“Outlander” Season 3 makes a magnificent comeback in 2017.

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