Winter Will Come and Go Before We See Outlander, Season 3


Well, this news makes the approaching winter sound even longer; after all, the idea of snuggling on the couch with the warmth of Outlander‘s hot cast was something to look forward to. Alas, we’ll have to make do with rewatching the Starz series’ first and second seasons (well, except for that Season 1 episode — you know the one I mean). As revealed by Sam Heughan during a new interview, shooting of Seasons 3 and 4 — covering Diana Gabaldon’s Voyager and Drums of Autumn — will go through May 2017.

We’re doing 11 months. We finish end of May. And we’ll be finishing in South Africa, which is pretty awesome. And then Season 4 will start not long after that.


So, yeah, it sounds like we may not see new episodes until Summer 2017. That was a cool reveal about where they’ll be shooting the tropical scenes — in South Africa — the actual voyaging part of Voyager.

At least the interview is fun; Heughan dropped a few personal tidbits: He’s most looking forward to 

Voyager *Spoilers*
being reunited with Claire 
and prefers wearing his comfortable, appropriate-in-any-weather kilt, and he loves Outlander fans. Note: The video is wonky (distorted sound) until about the 1:15 mark.

For now, fans can look forward to Thursday’s (September 29th) Sar-sgeoil: Outlander airing. Diana Gabaldon will be speaking on the program about such things as haunted battlefields, specifically at Culloden, where she emotionally shared that she’s felt the people there.


Outlander returns to Starz … someday.

Cindy Davis

Cindy Davis has been writing about the entertainment industry for ​over ten years, and is the ​Editor-in-Chief at Oohlo, where she muses over television, movies, and pop culture. Previous Senior News Editor at Pajiba, and published at BUST.

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