Now that we are in Droughlander, there are numerous articles related to S3. As they come in, we will try to provide them to you. Some of these articles have spoilers for the upcoming season.
*Spoiler* If you have not seen Outlander S2 on Starz or read Voyager (book for S3), you might want to before viewing this page. You’ve been warned!
If you’re an Outlander fan/reader eagerly awaiting one thing in Season 3, that thing is likely the print-shop scene. And if you’re an Outlander fan/reader eagerly awaiting two things in Season 3, the second is probably the arrival of an adult Lord John Grey.
Grey, first introduced as a British teenager caught trying to attack Jamie and his men in Season 2, reappears in Voyager when Jamie winds up in Ardsmuir Prison during the 20 years that he and Claire are separated. Grey is then the governor of the facility, and upon realizing that Fraser is the man he tried to kill (albeit ineffectively) years before, he strikes up an unlikely friendship with the redheaded inmate. Read more >>>
CLAIRE & JAMIE
There’s a lot of challenges to season three — there’s a period of time where Jamie and Claire are apart; he thinks that he’s lost her, or at least that she’s alive and well. I think what’s going to be most exciting is the reunion between Claire and Jamie and them discovering each other again and falling in love all over again.
~ Sam Heughan, Ecumenical News
While it is still unclear as to when “Outlander” S3 will be aired, as its S2 has just concluded, fans are already speculating on the possibilities that may happen in the upcoming season. Among the many speculations, though, two of the loudest are the death of an important character and the reunion of Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire (Caitriona Balfe).
If “Outlander” S3 will remain faithful to the novel where it will be based on, “Voyager,” fans of the fictional-history drama can expect to see the death of one of its beloved characters, (intentionally left this out here), who dies in the Battle of Culloden in the book. Read more >>>
Outlander fans have been expectantly awaiting S2 ever since the S1 finale aired. Anyone who has been paying attention to the blogosphere may already know that Jamie and Claire are heading to France this season, where they will attempt to stop historical figure Bonnie Prince Charlie from starting the Jacobite Rising. While that’s a pretty fun and exciting plot to jump on, Outlander executive producer Ronald D. Moore said at Comic-Con that he’s actually most excited for Season 3, which will take Claire and Jamie on a long journey by ship that will amp up the special effects in an exciting way. Read more >>>
I think what’s going to be most exciting is the reunion between Claire and Jamie and them discovering each other again and falling in love all over again. I think both of them have probably held each other up on a pedestal for 20 years, so in many ways, they’re going to have to destroy that image first before they can fall in love with the person right in front of them, and that’s going to be really interesting. I love the complexity of that, because you can’t be in love with a ghost, and Claire is in many ways in love with Jamie’s ghost, as Jamie is in love with her ghost, and that’s not the people they are when they see each other again.
~ Caitriona Balfe, Popsugar
The S2 finale of Outlander ends with a devastating mix of hope and heartbreak, which makes the prospect of waiting over a year for season three all the more painful. Although not too many definitive facts about next season have been released yet, we’re confident that it will be 1.) a roller coaster ride of emotions, and 2.) provide us with plenty more hot scenes between Jamie and Claire. On top of those certainties, we’ve rounded up every tidbit of information concerning the upcoming season that we could get our hands on in order to ease the Droughtlander currently plaguing us all. Read more >>>
I’m thinking about getting really fat. I’m thinking eating a lot and not working out would be really good.
~ Sam Heughan, Vulture
Thanks to the flash-forward in the Outlander season finale, we got to see what an older Claire looks and acts like — but we won’t be privy to how aging affects her 18th-century husband Jamie until we return in S3. When Vulture caught up with actor Sam Heughan at a screening of Star Trek Beyond on Monday night, we inquired about how he’s prepping to play an older Jamie. Read more >>>
CHARACTER EXPANSIONS, NEW CHARACTERS, NEW LOCATIONS
One site describes S3 Voyager this way . . .
BREE & ROGER | DEBTS OF HONOR | LOVESICK LAOGHAIRE | A FRAME JOB | A SERIAL KILLER | BURIED TREASURE | PIRATES | SLAVE TRADE | MAGICAL RITUALS
BURNING QUESTIONS for S3
In the final moments of the season, Claire and her grown daughter Brianna (Sophie Skelton) learned from Roger Wakefield (Richard Rankin) in the present day that Jamie didn’t die during the Battle of Culloden in the past as was previously thought. Armed with that knowledge, Claire decided that she would go back through the stones and reunite with her second husband and the father of her daughter. Read more >>>
So . . .
What excites you about S3?