'Outlander' Season 3 Updates: Claire And Jamie Might Not Find Each Other Sooner As Expected; Time Travel Series Finally Coming To UK T.V.
U.K. fans of the "Outlander" series no longer have to pay premiums on a streaming service provider as the time travel drama already found a home on a British network. However, followers of Jamie and Claire might need to wait a little longer to see the couple reunited. New spoilers for "Outlander" Season 3 claim that Jamie and Claire will spend most of the installment apart as they get separated by time.
New reports reveal that "Outlander" Season 3 is coming to the British television channel, More4. The network recently announced that it has acquired broadcasting rights to deliver the new season of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe's hit drama series to U.K. homes. More4 took three years after "Outlander" started airing in the U.S. TV Channel Starz to finally broadcast the show.
British fans of "Outlander" were able to see the series only on Amazon Prime Video. As Season 3 will already be available for free on TV, More4 has not yet announced whether it will air the installment simultaneously with Starz.
Meanwhile, fans of "Outlander" might already have a good gist of what is to come on the new season but a new spoiler might come as a bad news to them. Talks have it that most of the season will see Jamie Fraser and Claire Randall apart as the latter goes back to her own century.
Claire will be reunited with her first husband, Frank Randall, and as promo photos reveal, she is to grow old in the 1900s. Diana Gabaldon's "Voyager," from which the new season of "Outlander" is based, has it that Claire will spend 20 years with Frank and Brianna in the present time. It is also said that fans will witness Frank's death before they see Claire back with Jamie. Frank Randall's 1800s counterpart, Black Jack, is also said to meet his demise during the Battle of Culloden where Jamie survives.
The efforts of Claire and Jamie's daughter Brianna to find out about her father's fate after the Battle of Culloden will also be featured. It is said that Brianna and her supposed romance, Roger, will help Claire get updates about Jamie. Other parts of "Outlander" Season 3's plot is still being kept under the wraps until its official release in fall.
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"Outlander" season 3 star, Sam Heughan, has recently celebrated his birthday with co-star, Caitriona Balfe, and girlfriend, Mackenzie Mauzy. Balfe has then posted a photo of them three together on social media but rumors are still out that she is in a relationship with Heughan.
'Outlander' Season 3 Updates: Jamie Fraser Promises To Find Claire in New Promo; EP Teased Start Of Penultimate Block's Filming
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'Outlander' Season 3 Never-Before-Seen Photos and Trailer Tease The Lives Of Claire And Jamie, The Battle Of Culloden And A Lot More
'Outlander' season 3 has just released a set of photo teasers that shows Claire and Jamie already separated in time. A trailer is also set to come out on Sunday which is said to show more about Jamie's stint on the Battle of Culloden and Claire's reunion with Frank.
'Outlander' Season 3 Star Caitriona Balfe Quits Filming After Split With Sam Heughan? Supposed Couple Tired Of Relationship Rumors
"Outlander" season 3 stars, Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, have reportedly split up because of a third party. The duo though has repeatedly been debunking the talks saying they have never been in a relationship and are both dating someone else.
Outlander News, Updates: Season 4 May Not Be As Good As The First Three Installments; Lead Writer Announces Exit
Lead writer Anne Kenney of "Outlander" just announced her flee to take on new challenges from fresh projects. Following this, fans are worried that the next installments might not be the same as the first three but Kenney reassured them that equally great writers are working on Season 4.
'Outlander' Season 3 Spoilers: EP And Caitriona Balfe Teases First Few Episodes; Jamie and Claire's Reunion Will Be Bittersweet
"Outlander" EP recently talked about the first few episodes of the show's third season. Actress Caitriona Balfe also teased how fans will be happy about the twists they fans will witness in season 3.
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