"Outlander" Season 3 does not return to Starz until Autumn, yet spoilers have already leaked online about its possible storyline. The common theory is that the installment largely follows the plot in Diana Gabaldon's third book "Voyager," which sees Claire and Jamie reunite after 20 years.
Starz has yet to announce a release date for "Outlander" Season 3, although it is scheduled to air sometime in Autumn. The network confirmed its return in September 2017, which is a long wait considering Season 1 and 2 aired in April.
Regardless, details about the possible storyline for "Outlander" Season 3 have emerged to tie fans over the long wait. Lead star Catriona Balfe (Claire) revealed that the show is only going to get steamier. She promised more nudity and sex scenes, despite that when the show returns Claire and Jamie are already in their 50s.
"Do you think that older people can't have sex? I think if anything, when Jamie and Claire get together again, their love is timeless and who they are inside is timeless," Balfe said as quoted by The Express.
"Outlander" Season 3 follows the story of Claire and Jamie's reunion after 20 years. A lot has changed since they separated in the Season 2 Finale. Claire is back with Frank in Boston and her daughter with Jamie is all grown up. The installment initially follows her life in the present, before she decides to travel back to 18th century to reunite with Jamie.
Meanwhile, Sam Heughan (Jamie) said that "Outlander" Season 3 is going to be completely different and interesting. The installment will introduce new characters and will feature new destinations. "We've been setting it up, setting the stage, introducing these characters, and now it goes into new, different worlds," he told Vulture.
Interestingly, Jamie and Claire's relationship becomes complicated in "Outlander" Season 3. In "Voyager" Jamie is set to marry Laoghaire MacKenzie after he is set up by his sister Jenny. Claire will also meet Jamie's son Will.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.