“Outlander” is yet to give a show stopping performances on its third season with Claire and Jamie’s much awaited reunion in the works and the scandal that Lord John Grey created.
In a related report of iTech Post, it shared that showrunner Ronald D. Moore revealed the grand changes that will shape the course of the historical series.
“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.”
While fans await the premiere of the third installment slated next year, our juicy spoilers are up to satisfy your curiosity.
Season 3 Brings Back Claire And Jaime
The synopsis reveals that Claire and Jaime will be haunted by the memory of their lost love. Both are set to reunite inside a print shop after a gap of two decades.
The duo had not seen each other for twenty years and a lot of remarkable changes have happened in their lives. Claire is rumored to have difficulties in bearing the different life that Jamie took.
Lord John Grey Is Gay
The recent casting of David Berry has stirred doubts whether he can bring life to the character of Lord John Grey or not as the novel’s description of Grey is opposing the physical features of Berry.
Adding noise on Grey’s persona is the unlikely “scandal” he will cause in the famous show. Grey is gay and forms a complex relationship with Jaime.
Starz gave a significant description of Grey in the impending season.
“Lord John William Grey is a steadfast and honorable British subject, torn between a finely-honed sense of familial duty and a strong moral compass of right and wrong. He is boyishly handsome with an upper class rearing -- the consummate gentleman. However, a scandal from his past has relegated Lord John to an undesirable position as governor of a desolate prison in Northern Scotland.”