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'Outlander' Season 3 is on the move; Starz confirmed series will continue to Season 4

By Clyde Morgan / 2017.03.02
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Starz Network's "Outlander" TV series has been very successful since its release back in 2014. It is now entering its third season, but it seems it will take a little longer before the fans could eventually view it according to several reports.

According to UK Express, actor Sam Heughan commented a teaser for the "Outlander" season 3. Playing as Jamie in the series, Heughan said that the upcoming season 3 will be more interesting compared to the first two seasons. He also added that it is a tradition of their show to make this more engaging every release.

Last season, we may recall that "Outlander" takes its fans in Paris, where everything went differently. This time around Heughan mentioned that they find the season 3 with a little bit of a separate storyline, making the series really fun to film for all the members of the cast.

The upcoming "Outlander" Season 3 is confirmed to start with Jamie and Claire as both characters moved to different places and time. Both characters carried the mindset of not seeing each other again for the rest of their lives.

According to Mashable, "Outlander" Season 3 will showcase the interchanging lives of the two characters after 2 decades. Jamie is about to enter the Battle of Culloden, while Claire is living a peaceful life with Frank, portrayed by Tobias Menzies.

A teaser was released recently where the two lead stars found their way to see each other again. Apart from this teaser, Caitriona Balfe said that the "Outlander" Season 3 will feature a great reunion. Balfe added during an interview that Jamie and Claire's love story are everlasting and timeless.

Meanwhile, Starz was pleased to announce that "Outlander" Season 4 has been agreed prior to the Season 3. This is a good news for all the fans supporting the series as the production unveiled their commitment to continue the series for a longer time.

As a teaser, "Outlander" Season 4 will be based on the Drums of Autumn. The epic story of the "Outlander" series seemed no be far from over as the author of the book is reportedly working on the ninth installment of the book and has no plans to stop as of the moment.

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