‘Outlander’ Season 3 Spoilers, News And Updates: New Female Cast Members Added; New Love Interests For Jamie?

A recent report from E! News said that new female members are added to the cast of "Outlander" season 3. They are Tanya Reynolds and Hannah James. The two will play the roles of Geneva and Isobel Dunsary, respectively. Are they added to the roster of the show as future love interests of Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan)?

The Identities Of The Two Sisters

In the novel where "Outlander" season 3 was lifted, Geneva is the oldest of the Dunsany daughters. Both sisters are stunningly beautiful and equally headstrong. But the difference is that Geneva is used to getting her own way and is spoiled. But underneath the surface, she is quite vulnerable due to the sheltered life she was brought up in.

Meanwhile, Isobel is the complete antithesis of her sister Geneva in "Outlander" season 3. A report from Access Hollywood says that she is an outgoing person, and more importantly a compassionate individual. This makes her a perfect match to the Jamie Fraser.

Hannah James has played the role of Emma Green in "Mercy Street," while Tanya Reynolds has recently finished her role in "Delicious" of SkyOne. Both actresses will be joining other new characters in "Outlander" season 3 including Cesar Domboy as Fergus, David Berry as Lord John Grey, John Bell as Young Ian, Will Johnson as Joe Abernathy and Lauren Lyle as Marsali.

Lord Grey Has An Important Role

A TV Guide report said that Lord Grey will appear in "Outlander" season 3. His role will be a significant one. He will play the role of the governor of Ardsmuir, a Scottish prison facility. During his time as prison administrator, he will reconnect with Jamie Fraser.

The last time fans of "Outlander" season 3 saw Lord Grey was when he was still a boy at the Battle of Culloden. He is loyal to the British Crown and tried once to kill Jamie. The upcoming season is scheduled to air early next year.

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