"Outlander" finally wrapped up Season 3's filming after several months of staying in South Africa. To celebrate the milestone, stars Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe took to social media to share their "hot" party to their fans.
Starz' "Outlander" Season 3 has just finished shooting its final block but the steamy scenes are seemingly not yet over. Actors Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe recently took to Twitter to celebrate the wrap up of their work in South Africa.
The co-stars shared a photo of their beer drinking while getting soaked in a hot tub. Twitter users were then quick to express their thrill for the new season and their support for the love team. Sam Heughan also shared a photo of him riding a bike behind the set.
The "Outlander" cast and crew have been working for several months on the new season since fall last year. The team hopped from places across the world from Scotland to Africa. The exact premiere of the installment is yet to be announced but it was already confirmed for having a September release in Starz. Also, a fourth season was already teased and is expected to start production later this year.
As for things to expect from "Outlander" Season 3, spoilers revealed quite a few details including Claire and Jamie being separated once again in time. Author Diana Gabaldon, whose book became the source material for "Outlander," also confirmed some of the predictions and said that Claire will stay with her first husband Frank for the next 20 years. Claire will, however, find a way to get updates about Jamie through their daughter Brianna who will look through history to see what happens to the latter after the Battle of Culloden.
Gabaldon also said that "Outlander" Season 3 is the best yet; hence, exciting fans who are eagerly waiting for more teasers. Another official trailer along with the announcement of premiere date is also expected to be released in the coming months. Meanwhile, More4 previously announced that it will pick up "Outlander" Season 3 to allow British fans to witness the installment for free in their televisions.