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Outlander Cast Have Historic Twitter Feud

Recently Sophie Skelton who plays Brianna Randall Fraser in the Starz hit show Outlander. Posted the following to her Instagram account and what happened afterwords with her co-star , Richard Rankin was nothing short of “historic”.

Rik Rankin who is cast as Roger Wakefield MacKenzie, Sophie’s soon to be on screen lover, replied with this tweet.

Sophie being the determined woman that she is set out to prove Rik wrong about his grammar when he used “a historian” rather than “an historian”.




Oops 😳

Ouch! 😖


I think Sophie is Bree because she’s not backing down no way no how.


Rik finally concedes like a good hubby should 😂

Now who’s dropping the mic


I’m not grammar queen so don’t judge me on this blog post  😂

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Charity Auction of VIP Access to Outlander Panel at the 2017 Comic-Con

You and a guest could enjoy two passes to 2017 San Diego Comic-Con if you have the winning bid in this charity auction donated by Starz.

Here is what you’ll receive:

  • This experience will take place July 21 – 22, 2017 at San Diego Comic-Con.
  • Valid for 2 people.
  • Those attending must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Meet and greet will be in a group setting.
  • Cannot guarantee meet and greet with specific panel members, subject to availability.
  • The winner may take a photo.
  • The winner can take something small to be signed.

For more info & to place your bid head over to the CharityBuzz site.


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‘Outlander’ Season 3 Will Have ‘More Bedroom Scenes and Nudity’

While the Outlander Season 3 premiere is just three months away, onscreen couple Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe shared three things to look forward to in the upcoming installment. Reports also claimed that it would have more bedroom scenes and nudity, leaving fans thrilled with the thought of peeking at Jamie’s ripped torso again.

Everyone should not despair because the third season of the popular time-travel drama is set to be packed with action and drama. Author Diana Gabaldon previously assured that the new outing closely followed the book. She also revealed that it would be solving a major mystery in the novel that left readers baffled.

Three Things to Expect in Outlander Season 3

For those who have not seen the latest clip of Heughan and Balfe, the onscreen lovers are dressed in their 18th century attire as they dropped some scoops about Outlander Season 3. The two said, “We’re very excited to let you know we only have three weeks left of filming, it’s three months until the premiere and because of that, we’re going to give you three things to look forward to.” You can check the video below.

Balfe divulged the first hint, stating, “Well, I’m going to say you can look forward to some soup.” The turtle soup scene from Voyager novel happened when Jamie took care of Claire, who suffered from a fever caused by an infection. The Scotsman fed her alcohol-laced soup, which eventually made her drunk. Claire then enforced her husband to have sex with her, but Jamie was reluctant because of her situation.

Sam Heughan revealed the second thing that everyone should look forward. He yelled after Balfe said the first hint, saying, “Print Shop!” The particular scene refers to the location where Jamie and Claire finally reunited after 20 years of separation. Balfe promised in an interview that sex would still be steamy and hot even though the time-crossed lovers have aged. She admitted, “In terms of the sex, I think old people have good sex too, last I heard!”

The third thing fans can expect from Season 3 is the “lovely bunches of coconuts.” Balfe might be referring to Jamaica, where Jamie and Claire headed in the latter part of the novel. In the new place, the couple started a new action-packed adventure. Outlander returns to the television screens this September.

Speculations and Questions about the Third Season of Outlander

In a bid to help fans deal with the long droughtlander, there are speculations on what will be coming next in the TV series. Based on the books, Jamie and Claire’s marital relationship is going to get even more complicated. It can be recalled that the couple separated ways in Season 2. It was a heartbreaking moment as the Scottish warrior forced his wife back through the Standing Stones in a bid to protect her from the battle.

After falling back through time, the nurse will return to her husband Frank – who is left doubtful over her absence. While Claire tries to fix her marriage with her first husband, Jamie is set to marry Laoghaire MacKenzie. No doubt, things will get more complicated between the time-crossed lovers when she does finally show up after 20 years.

Another question among the readers is whether the TV series will spare Black Jack Randall on screen. It is known that in the opening pages of the Voyager book, the Outlander villain is very much dead. The third season will also display the bloody fight between Jamie and Captain Jack, as revealed in the photos from the upcoming run released last year.

Lastly, fans should be ready for more bedroom scenes and nudity in Outlander Season 3. Balfe previously revealed that the highly anticipated print shop scene would be worth the wait as it would feature more sexual intimacy between Jamie and Claire. She said, “I think it’s really special. Maybe they’ll have to wait a little bit, but I don’t think it’s going to be as scarce as last season, shall we say?”

Source: ‘Outlander’ Season 3 Will Have ‘More Bedroom Scenes and Nudity’

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Take a Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the ‘Outlander’ Armoury to Discover Season 3 Secrets!

It’s time to battle the Droughtlander!

We know that many fans are particularly parched during this extended Outlander hiatus, but we want to offer you a small sip of season three secrets.

Last December, we at ET traveled all the way over to Outlander‘s Scotland-based sets and were treated to a special behind-the-scenes tour of the series awesomely intimidating armoury — and now we’re sharing that experience with you, plus an exclusive first-look at season three footage!

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Outlander’ Star Caitriona Balfe Adorably Apologizes for ‘Longer’ Season 3 Hiatus

Outlander‘s official armourer, Jim Elliot, has been the weapons props master since 2014 and has been a key factor in bringing those action-packed battle scenes to life.

Elliot admitted that it was a bit of a “daunting” task to prepare for season three’s Battle of Culloden because it’s one of the biggest (and most highly anticipated!) moments the series has had.

Photo: ET

“We had four trucks of weapons [for the Battle of Culloden,]” Elliot explained. “Seven hundred weapons on a daily basis for two weeks [shooting on the field] and then picks-ups and green screens. It was long days, but enjoyable and I hope it looks great on screen.”

Outlander‘s armoury walls are covered with a massive collection of every weapon imaginable including broadswords, axes, spears and targes, the distinctive circular shields used by Jacobites. The guns are safely under lock and key in nearby containers.

Photo: ET

The massive room is located within the Outlander soundstage in Glasgow, Scotland just outside the doors that lead to the lavish set of the Fraser’s Lallybroch home. (Pssst! The armoury is also close to another set that was created just for season three, but we’re going to stay tight-lipped on that one for now…)

Press play on our exclusive tour above to get a glimpse at the Scottish broadsword they had custom-made for Sam Heughan, plus some special season three sneak peeks of Rupert’s ax from the Battle of Culloden and cave-dwelling Jamie’s bow and arrow!

Season three of Outlander will premiere in September 2017 on Starz.

Thirsty for more Outlander goodies? Watch our exclusive interview with Caitriona Balfe below to get the inside scoop on the “great reunion” between Jamie and Claire in season three!

Source: EXCLUSIVE: Take a Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the ‘Outlander’ Armoury to Discover Season 3 Secrets!

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Outlander’s Rik Rankin aka RogerMac Answers Your Burning ????

Today Outlander’s Richard “Rik” Rankin took time out of his Saturday to do a Q&A for the fans.  Rankin play Roger Wakefield MacKenzie  who is adopt son Reverend Reginald Wakefield. The Reverend is also Roger’s great-granduncle.

Rik’s character is also the youngest professor at Oxford University and eventually becomes the love interest of Brianna Randall, who is the daughter of Claire & Jamie Fraser.

Now onto the Q&A 😋



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Everything You Need to Know About Outlander Season 3 – Today’s News: Our Take | TVGuide.com

Outlander Season 3 is still a while away, but that doesn’t stop die-hard fans from needing to know all the developments about what is in store for Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe).

First, the season will be based on Voyager, the third book in Diana Gabaldon‘s Outlander novel series. It will see Claire return to 18th Century Scotland with her daughter Brianna (Sophie Skelton) and historian Roger Wakefield (Richard Rankin) in tow. The good news is that production has already started on the third season, and Starz has already picked Outlander up for a fourth season as well.

Check out all the other major Season 3 announcements below:

Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, <em>Outlander</em>Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, Outlander

We will see the Battle of Culloden: The first photo of Sam Heughan on set for Season 3 arrived in September, showing our favorite ginger in bloody clothing after the big battle. Executive producers have already revealed that the season premiere will show what happened on the field before Jamie escaped with his life, and fans will absolutely get to see the final duel between Jamie and Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies).

Fergus is all grown up: Some time will have definitely passed by the time Claire, Brianna and Roger make their way back through the stones. We know because Cesar Domboy has been cast as a grown-up version of the Frasers’ adopted son. We will also meet Lauren Lyle as Marsali, Laoghaire’s (Nell Hudson) grown-up daughter. She and Fergus are a romantic item in Gabaldon’s novel.

Outlander: 10 burning questions we have for Season 3

There are more new faces: Starz has also announced the casting of John Bell as Jamie’s nephew, Ian. He’s described as a tall, gangly Scottish lad with a heart of gold, a stubborn streak and a penchant for getting into trouble. Wil Johnson also joins the cast as Joe Abernathy, a medical colleague of Claire’s when she gets her surgical license in Boston during the 20th Century.

We’ll also see Frank and Claire’s marriage: What was Claire’s life like during the 20 years she lived with Frank (also Menzies) and thought that Jamie was dead? Gabaldon told TVGuide.com that she’s seen early cuts of the first four episodes of the season already and that Frank is a lot more present than he was in her books in order to show what Claire went through during their years married to each other.

Source: Everything You Need to Know About Outlander Season 3 – Today’s News: Our Take | TVGuide.com

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Caitriona Balfe on Claire’s Journey and What’s Next for ‘Outlander’

Few women on television have been through more than Claire Beauchamp Randall Fraser. A nurse who was in the thick of it during World War 2, Claire was re-connecting with her husband, Frank, in post-war Scotland when she was transported back to the 18th century via a circle of mystical stones.

The ever-practical Claire made herself useful among the clans of Scotland and connected deeply with Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), whom she eventually married. The war between Scotland and England drove the couple to France, and in the second season of the Starz drama, Claire and Jamie mixed with the high society of Paris while enduring a bruising series of personal and political setbacks. The end of the second season saw them back in Scotland as a defining battle loomed, and then separated when Claire returned to her own time — without her beloved Jamie.

Caitriona Balfe’s unerring ability to communicate Claire’s complex inner life while the character went through all those changes is one reason the lush drama has been such a hit. Balfe talked to Varietyabout what it was like to take on such a complicated and challenging role as a newcomer to television, what stuck with her most about Season Two, and what’s to come for Claire and the people she loves.

With this role, at times it almost seems like you’re not really just playing one part or appearing in one show — it’s almost like you’re doing multiple shows, because there are so many timelines and the settings can be so different. Does it ever feel that way for you?

I mean, definitely, some days it can be a little confusing. I think when we came back to Season Two and we were in Paris, and we had all of the Parisian sets and it was a whole new set of characters, it was quite jarring in the beginning. Essentially your character remains the same, even though they go through such different situations, and you have Claire with Frank in the ’40s and then she’s with Jamie and then she goes back, so it can be quite confusing in some ways. But I’ve always thought that Claire retains her center, no matter where she is, and that’s one of the things I love about the character.

How would you describe that center?

For me, Claire is such a survivor. It doesn’t matter where she ends up or what has happened to her, she finds a way to get on with her life and make it something great. That’s what I love about her. In Season One, where she first goes through the stones and arrives in this dangerous and dirty place, she doesn’t just cower and fall down and get destroyed. She finds her place and she finds a way to make herself useful, and she finds a way to enjoy herself and then to create a life.

And again, when she comes back into the 20th century, even though she’s lost the love of her life (as far as she knows), she doesn’t just disintegrate. She gets herself together, and she becomes a surgeon in a time when there were very few female doctors. So it’s just that strength that she has inside — that no matter what befalls her, she will find a way to [draw on] the best of herself.

As you play her, have you learned from her? Have you taken any of that from the character as you go through this experience with her?

I think you can’t help doing that, in some ways. This whole experience and this whole journey — I mean, it was something that was incredibly new for me. I’d never done any TV before, and any job I’d had before, they were small parts. I think the longest I’ve ever been on anything was five weeks on an indie film. So you don’t go through an experience like this without growing personally in an enormous capacity. But I do think playing someone who is so resilient and who has such a reserve of strength — it makes you examine yourself and it makes you, I think, aware of strengths that you weren’t necessarily sure that you had before.

When you first took on the role, how far had you read? I think my question really is, how much did you have a sense of what you were taking on?

I had no idea. Before I tested, I’d read the first book and when you’re reading it and it’s just this idea that maybe you might do well in the audition — you’re not really thinking in terms of the reality of filming what you’re reading. What I was struck by was how exciting it was, and all of these different experiences this woman goes through. “Imagine, you’d be riding horses and running and there’s action and there’s heartbreak and there’s love!” It just seemed like an amazing role.

But in terms of what that entails to film and what that was going to mean — I had no idea, and I think ignorance is definitely bliss when it comes to that. Because for the first five or six months, I was running on sheer adrenaline. We were shooting 11-day fortnights, which is something that they sometimes do over here. So you’re shooting five days on, two days off, six days on, then one day off, and then back into it. And we were outside for most of it. It was cold. It was wet. I was wearing barely anything. But because you don’t know what the next week is going to be looking like, you just keep going, and it was fun and it was exciting, so that definitely carried me through those times.

Scotland is amazing, but there’s a particular kind of cold, wet damp there that just gets into your soul.

It just gets into your soul and it doesn’t leave.

I have memories of being cold in Scotland where I just thought, “I love this place and these people, but I will never be warm again.”

A long hot bath is the only thing that will cure that. Believe me.

So much happened to Claire in Season Two — what were some of the scenes that for you, had the most resonance, or the ones that really stood out for you?

In the first half of the season, definitely losing her child was probably the huge defining moment in Claire’s life. It’s such a catastrophic event for her personally, but for her and Jamie, there is also so much unease between the two of them. The first half of that season, they’re so apart and they’re so distant, and they’re struggling to try and find that bond and that connection that they had. The one thing that did sort of bring them together was that pregnancy and this potential life that they were bringing into the world.

And then for them to have lost that — it was one of those moments where, this couple may not survive that. And for Claire personally, as a woman who lost her child, especially in such a late-term miscarriage, it was catastrophic. [“Outlander” writer] Toni Graphia wrote one of the most beautiful scripts. When I first got that script, I was sobbing reading it, and I emailed her straightaway, and I was like, “What have you done to me?” There were such powerful themes to read and then to film.

And then to have a lot of women who had seen the show reach out afterwards and say how it had spoken to their own experience or it had touched them in a way, because they’d gone through something similar — that was an incredible thing to be a part of and it was very humbling. And also in Season Two, we also had the wonderful scenes with the PTSD, where the writing again was incredible. Matt [Roberts] wrote that.

For me as an actor, one of the more interesting and great challenges was then jumping forward 20 years and playing 1960s Claire. We were filming that alongside a lot of the lead-up to the Battle of Culloden and the goodbye to Jamie. That was a fantastic script too, and it was pretty challenging as an actor to go through that. But it’s the kind of material you just hope to get, and I felt very lucky.

I wanted to talk a little bit about the 1968 version Claire in the Season Two finale. How did you approach taking that on? She’s had more experience, she’s basically had the love of her life taken away from her. She’s built this new life and as you said, she’s been very successful. But I think you did a great job of conveying that underneath, there was still a lot of unprocessed emotion and heartbreak.

Thank you. With Claire, I feel part of her ability to forge ahead and be strong and make the best of any situation is an ability to compartmentalize. For her to be able to put her love for Jamie and that experience in a box — she didn’t have the ability to talk about it, to share it with anybody. It was a side of her that, in many ways, she shelved, and then threw herself full force into her career and raising her daughter. And that comes with a price.

I was interested in finding how that affects her, and what is it to have been such a passionate woman in terms of romance and sexuality, and to have shelve that side of yourself for 20 years. The looseness that I feel that she has when she’s back with Jamie, and that that kind of elemental side of her, when you see her out in the wild and she just fits in that countryside, and you can feel that she’s part of the earth in that way, I wanted to sort of [tamp down] that side of her. There’s a stillness, and she’s much more closed off than we’ve maybe seen her before.

But the research that I was doing for her was fun. I watched some of my favorite actresses. I watch films that they’ve done early on in their careers, and then later on, and it’s interesting to see – we change, but we don’t. We think we change so much, but it’s about noticing those little things about how people carry themselves, or what edges get smoothed out or what remains. It was also trying to cram that in a very short space of time, but that’s what I was interested in finding for her.

Are you in production for Season Three, and if so, what has that been like so far?

We’re almost halfway through [Season Three]. It’s been great. Obviously Sam [Heughan] and I — our storylines are quite separate for the first few episodes, so I’ve been filming a lot with Tobias [Menzies] and Sophie [Skelton]. And it’s been quite interesting. We’re trying to tell sort of vignettes of a person’s life over the space of 20 years, and it’s been really fun. But I think we’re all ready to get back to the Scottish Claire of it all.

And at some point, you get to trade the damp but beautiful Highlands for some adventure in Jamaica, is that right?

Yes, South Africa, which will be standing in for Jamaica. We go there next year, so that will be interesting. I don’t know what all of us are going to do when we have sunshine on tap.

Source: Caitriona Balfe on Claire’s Journey and What’s Next for ‘Outlander’ | Variety

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Outlander’s Sam Heughan Teases a Season 3 Surprise That Will Blow Everyone’s Minds

When Outlander premiered in 2014 on Starz, the historical drama immediately captured the hearts of both fans of Diana Gabaldon’s original book series as well as plenty of newcomers who couldn’t help but fall in love with the fantasy romance. Part of the rabid obsession with the series is owed to its two fantastic leads, Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, whose onscreen relationship as Claire and Jamie is one of TV’s most electric. Since we’re currently in the midst of one hell of a Droughtlanderuntil season three returns, we decided to go right to the source and hopped on the phone with Heughan to pump him for details. Although he didn’t give up all the goods (he’s a true Scottish gentleman, after all), he teased everything from the big surprises fans should expect to see in the new episodes to what it’s like to age two decades between seasons.

POPSUGAR: I have to say, I really love the interactions you have with Outlander fans on social media. It seems like there are few fandoms that are as strong and supportive as Outlander’s, and the cast seems to have a great relationship with them.

Sam Heughan: I think we have possibly the best fans — actually, I know we have the best fans that there are. They’re so supportive of what we do, and they’re extremely passionate and enthusiastic. They’re very discerning as well. They don’t take any crap. We started out making the show ultimately for the fans, but we’ve gathered new fans as well as fans of the books. We just love to interact with them. Sometimes we don’t get the chance to, or have enough time to, but it’s been great meeting some of them. It’s been amazing. After almost three years, you can really feel the relationship with them.

PS: I bet. Have you had any particularly memorable moments with any of them?

SH: Yeah! Last year I was the grand marshal of the Tartan Day parade in New York City, and for me that was a great experience. To be in New York, and lead this march down Sixth Avenue . . . we had a lot of fans there, and not only Outlander fans, but also My Peak Challenge fans, my charity lifestyle program. It was just great to have everyone there celebrating Scotland, and celebrating their Scottish heritage. It was a really special thing.

PS: Is there anything in the upcoming season that might take diehard fans of the books by surprise?

SH: We always try to stick as close as we can to the books, but obviously it’s hard to make a book episodic. I think there is going to be stuff in there that the fans will recognize since we put in as much detail as possible, but there’s some really incredible moments. Certainly the beginning of season three is a slight deviation from the book. We’re going to be showing a bit of Culloden, and what happened to Jamie. You’re going to see it, and I think it’s important since we talked about this battle, and that the Highlanders are doomed, and that they might be wiped out. It’s a reward for the fans. There’s one moment in particular that I didn’t even know we were going to shoot, and I know the crew didn’t, and everyone was like, “What the hell is this?!” There are some big surprises, but there are also some great moments from the book that we try to stick to as much as possible.

PS: There’s going to be a sizable time jump in season three, which we already got a taste of at the end of the last season in Claire’s storyline. As an actor, are you approaching the role of Jamie differently now that so many years have passed and he’s essentially a different man?

SH: In book three, Jamie is many characters. He’s at least three, maybe four different things to people. He has different names, and basically he doesn’t want to be Jamie Fraser. He wants to die at the end of season two, and he goes into battle thinking he will. To live is not part of the plan, and certainly without Claire, it’s even more so not what he was expecting. He has to learn to fight again, and find purpose in his life. Aging became not about giving him a walking stick and gray hair. It became more about the experiences that he’s lived, and how that changes him. I think he is, at times, unrecognizable. Sometimes we see the Jamie we know, but it will be a journey for him to get back to being James Fraser.

PS: We’ve seen that Jamie and Claire’s love is incredibly strong, but this long period without each other has to take its toll. In what ways would you say their relationship is going to be challenged?

SH: In his mind she’s dead. She’s in the future living a different life, and she thinks he’s dead. They both create new lives without each other to try to survive and cope, so you can imagine that when they do finally reunite, it’s going to be quite special. Time has passed, they’ve become different people, but they do have this great love for each other and this great bond. Ultimately that’s their saving grace, and what brings them back together. They have so much history. It’s really wonderful to play these characters who have moved on from where they were in season one, but hopefully you’ll still see bits of what attracted them to each other in the first place.

PS: You and Caitriona seem to have such a close friendship off set — does that make it easier for you both to play husband and wife?

SH: Ultimately, yeah. Caitriona and I get on very well, and I’m very lucky. She’s extremely talented and an extremely nice person, and we have a lot of fun. Actually, having scenes away from her, and time apart from her, is kind of like losing someone in your family. A loved one. It’s very strange, and I don’t enjoy it. Whenever we’re together it feels right, and I look forward to the days when we get to work together again.

Source: Sam Heughan Outlander Interview November 2016 | POPSUGAR Entertainment

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My Day As a ‘Supporting Artist’ On Starz Outlander Season 2

Outlander, one of the tent-pole shows currently showing on Starz is a show steeped in rich Scottish history. I confess, however, I’d never heard of it until I joined a local talent agency offering background extras roles for tv and film in Scotland. This is something I’d never seriously considered but since I’m a You-tubing filmmaker by day and Movie-Pilot writer by night (or whenever the hell I can get to a keyboard) I figured what the hell! This opened up a chance to gain some much-needed experience on a real film set and getting paid to boot! Not bad for a sassenach like myself aye?

Jacobite Rising!

So after hearing about a few jobs on the show, I was asked down for a couple of costume fits and got my first look at the Outlander studio. Based in Cumbernauld and within an hours drive of Edinburgh, it didn’t look any different from the run-of-the-mill business parks you drive past on a daily basis. The only clue you’re entering a film studio is perhaps the partially painted green floor and signboards that decorated the car park. These are no doubt used for taking photo’s of the cast in front of a blank background to be added later or any special effect shot involving a set or location that doesn’t exist.

I parked pretty damn close
I parked pretty damn close

So after arriving and meeting some of the extras wranglers (not sure of their official title but this is close enough) I was ushered into the wardrobe department and tried on a few variations of clothing they’d already put together with my size details. I remember thinking the clothes looked like something my granddad would wear. Still, this is why you do this job – to put on strange clothes and play at someone you’re not. I actually think EVERYONE should try this at some point in their lives as its the closest thing to being a kid again. Seriously, it can be so much fun.

How suave?
How suave?

So have a look at my Outlander scenes below in my vlog video segment. If you’ve not got to the end of Season 2 of Outlander, there are some PLOT SPOILERS so you have been warned…


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Sophie Skelton spotted on location shooting Outlander season 3

Sophie Skelton shows off her glossy red mane of hair as she shoots new season of Outlander with co-star Richard Rankin in Glasgow

They’re two of the most important characters in the Outlander series after Jamie and Claire.

And after their debut in the season two finale of the hit historical time travel series, actors Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin have been spotted playing Brianna and and Roger in scenes being filmed on location in Glasgow.

Fans of the show – and the original novels on which the TV version is based – have been eagerly awaiting any news about the forthcoming third season.

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A moment in time: Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin spotted on location in Glasgow shooting scenes for Outlander season three

A moment in time: Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin spotted on location in Glasgow shooting scenes for Outlander season three

And this morsel of a glimpse is enough to satiate the curiosity of some – for now.

Sophie and Richard were seen in Glasgow’s west end, standing in the street, engaged in deep and serious conversation.

When the camera stopped rolling, the pair were seen laughing together, suggesting a more than harmonious working relationship.

On location: Sophie and Richard have been spotted playing Brianna and and Roger in scenes being filmed in Glasgow

Friendly banter: When the camera stopped rolling, the pair were seen laughing together, suggesting a more than harmonious working relationship

Friendly banter: When the camera stopped rolling, the pair were seen laughing together, suggesting a more than harmonious working relationship

Viewers of the series met younger versions of the duo in previous episode but the time travelling aspect of the show will allow fans to see them as adults.

Brianna is the daughter of Jamie and Claire (though raised in America by her mother’s first husband, Frank) while Roger is her future love interest.

The season two finale saw Brianna find out that Jamie is her real father, despite being told the contrary by her mother.

Third time's a charm: Fans of the show - and the original novels on which the TV version is based - have been eagerly awaiting any news about the forthcoming third season

Third time’s a charm: Fans of the show – and the original novels on which the TV version is based – have been eagerly awaiting any news about the forthcoming third season

Love interest: Brianna is the daughter of Jamie and Claire while Roger is her future lover

Love interest: Brianna is the daughter of Jamie and Claire while Roger is her future lover

She didn’t believe Claire initially but eventually showed her mother proof that Jamie hadn’t died in the battle as she thought he had.

This was the moment the season ended.

Speaking to TV Line last summer, executive producer Ron Moore said of casting Sophie and Richard: ‘It was a big decision, because these characters become big players and definitely permanent parts of the family as the series goes forward, so it was more complex than just casting a guest-star role.

‘They both just nailed it. We did a chemistry test where we had Roger and Bree on camera together. Once that worked, we felt like we had all of the pieces.’

Cliffhanger: The season two finale saw Brianna find out that Jamie is her real father, despite being told the contrary by her mother

Source: Sophie Skelton spotted on location shooting Outlander season 3

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