Starz has recently released "Outlander" season 3 photo teasers that reveal the lives of Claire Randall and Jamie Fraser after being separated in time. A new trailer for the British-American drama is also set to be seen this weekend. The new installment will pick up where season left off and will follow Diana Gabaldon's "Voyager."
A set of photo teasers taken from the Scotland filming of "Outlander" season 3 were released earlier this week. The images gave the audiences a good look at how Claire Randall goes back to her own time where she seems to be well and moving on from the absence of James Fraser. The 1700's officer though looks weary as he lives his life without her wife. The thrill though does not stop with the images of as a never seen before the trailer is set to be released before the premiere of another Starz series, "The White Princess," on Sunday.
The "Outlander" team is currently filming the rest of the episodes in Cape Town, South Africa. The show's executive producer, Matthew Roberts, confirmed that the final scripts were already penned and that the new season will soon wrap up it's filming. The new installment started shooting scenes last year but with the huge production and preparations for the voyage and war scenes, the team is taking the time to properly complete the filming. Fans will have to wait for a few more months as the show is yet to debut sometime in September.
"Outlander" season 3 will see the struggle of Jamie and Claire who will be separated. Jamie wakes up from the Battle of Culloden while Claire tries to live a normal life with her first husband, Frank Randall. Spoilers have it though that Claire will be able to find her way back to the 1700s and reunite with Jamie who is said to have found a new love. Although the new installment will be based on "Voyager," the team confirmed that they placed distinctions to give the audience something fresh that the book enthusiasts still does not know.
The time-traveling drama continues to be a popular show mainly because of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe's great chemistry on screen. With the show's success, recent reports claim that it has already been renewed for its fourth season. An "Outlander" spinoff series is also said to debut soon with the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden as the focus.