Season 2 of "Outlander" will come to an end on Saturday with an action-filled and emotional episode titled "Dragonfly in Amber" that will see Claire returning to the future, leaving Jamie behind. The finale will have two segments – one featuring Claire with her now grown-up daughter Brianna, and the other will deal with the rebellion itself.
There's a lot of interest in the Season 2 finale, as well as what's in store for Jamie and Claire in the upcoming season, which will be based on Diana Gabaldon's "Voyager."
Production: Filming for Season 3 will begin sometime in late August and early September. In a chat with Zap2It, showrunner Ron Moore revealed that shooting will not be confined to Scotland as the story features a sea voyage.
"'Voyager' is another challenge, a different challenge, for the show," Moore told Zap2it. "Fortunately that story at least begins in Scotland, so we don't have to immediately switch to France like we did this year. But I know we're not shooting solely in Scotland — we have to find a ship and a tank and facilities and sets and the whole nine yards to do a sea voyage, because there's an extended sea voyage. They sail that ship around the Caribbean, then there's a hurricane and shipwreck."
Story: If the show follows its source material, then "Voyager" will open on the battlefield at Culloden when Jamie is injured and Black Jack is dead. As the story progresses, viewers will see Claire returning to Jamie and Brianna and Roger supporting her decision.
Cast: It is not immediately known if the show has cast young Ian and an older Fergus, whom Claire knew as a 10-year-old pickpocket.
Air Date: Starz hasn't revealed when the new season will air, but according to reports, there will be a 10-month wait between seasons.
"Outlander" Season 2 finale titled "Dragonfly in Amber" will air Saturday on Starz. The finale will be 90-minutes long.