'Outlander' Season 3: Jaime And Claire's Daughter To Have Huge Role In Couple's Reunion; September Premiere Revealed

Jaime and Claire's daughter, Brianna, will play a crucial role in "Outlander" season 3. Spoilers reveal she will aid in the reunion of the two. Meanwhile, the series is reportedly set to finish filming in June and a September premiere was officially confirmed.

The official Facebook page of the time travel period drama released an update of the season 3 production. "Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe have wrapped filming in Scotland and are off to South Africa to continue their adventure. Prepare for an amazing season, clan," the post said. It added that the series is expected to return his September.

Carmi Zlotnik, STARZ president for programming also urged fans to wait a little longer. He explained that a long production time is needed for "Outlander" season 3 as it will cover the entirety of the Voyager book. The production of the third season began last September.

Season 3 will follow the reunion of Jamie and Claire after 20 long years. Based on the book the two will meet in a print shop. However, they will not be the same person they are before and it will largely affect their relationship.

"Outlander" season 2 finale concluded with Claire going back to 1948 bearing Jaime's child. Claire will focus on taking care of their daughter and will decide to come back to the past to find Jaime years later. Previously, it was reported that the third installment will include new cast members. Gary Young as Chinese expat, Yi-Tien Cho, also called Mr. Willoughby and Charlie Hiett as the young ship captain, Thomas Leonard.

"Outlander" season 3 spoilers from Celebrity Dirty Laundry revealed Brianna will be the key to Claire and Jaime's reunion. It added that fans will get to see an adult version of Brianna as well, which will be played by actress Sophie Skelton. Meanwhile, Jaime is going face to face with his enemy, Jonathan Black Jack Randall, as the season begins.

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