“Outlander” Season 3 has yet to air but updates for future installments and maybe even a possible spinoff have just been released. It has been reported that the production crew is preparing to head off to a new set. The plot for the planned spin-off has been revealed as well.
“Outlander” Next Location Eyes Stirling Village
Starz has already scheduled “Outlander” Season 3 to air this September and even the fourth season has already been booked. While fans are still waiting for the third season to be released, the show is reportedly already preparing for next installment as news came out that the production team has already set their eyes on the outer parts of Cambusbarron, a village in Stirling, Scotland. It has been further revealed that the production team is preparing to stay at the said location for at least a year.
Hugh Gourlay, the supervising location manager for the said Starz show has planned to shoot the series in Murrays Wood and Murrayshall Quarry, which are located in the Gillies Hill, an area of woodland in Cambusbarron. Alan Rennie, chairman of the Cambusbarron Community Council, said that if the location is finalized, the production will involve the entire community as well as the school children. “Outlander” Season 4 doesn’t have a release date yet but it will be based on Diana Gabaldon’s novel, “Drums Of Autumn”, where Brianna goes back in time to save her parents.
“Outlander” Spinoff In The Works?
“Outlander” is no doubt a popular show and it wouldn’t be a surprise that possible spin-offs would be in the works. In fact, since last year, rumors of various spin-offs have made the news but it seems like it really will be happening sooner or later. The plot for the possible spin-off has been revealed and it is said to take place after the Battle of Culloden, which was tackled in “Outlander” Season 2 and will be covered as well in “Outlander” Season 3.
The spin-off is being worked on by some of the cast, Andy McAlindon, Grant McGregor, Jon Dan Duncan, Jay Graham, and Barry Stewart. All of them are extras that participated in the shoot of Battle of Culloden in Cumbernauld. They revealed that they are almost done with the screenplay and that they will be looking for funding next to produce the spin-off in Scotland. They explained that they were so inspired by the “Outlander” series and even had fun during the shoot that they wanted to showcase more about the aftermath of the said battle.