The two lead characters, Jamie and Claire, may not have enough time to discover what parenthood is really like in the brand new world (old world) of the “Outlander” season 2. Read On!
The team has already started the production for the next season and filming for few episodes of the show is already rolling. This is according to both stars Sam Heughan as Jamie and Caitriona Balfe as Claire, during the interview conducted by TVGuideMagazine, as reported by IB Times.
Heughan commented that there is a a lot of new world feel that’s coming in the next season since Jamie and Claire will have the chance to meet a line of new characters. While talking about Balfe’s pregnant character, the couple will have to figure out on how they can effectively carry out parenthood in an entirely brand new environment.
Jamie and Claire, boarding a vessel make their journey to France to stop the “Battle of Culloden.” With all this, the two will not be having enough time to learn and enjoy parenthood duties due to the politics in the French court.
Since there were changes in filming locations, which included Paris and Scotland (here the couple have previously travelled which happened on the finale of Season 1), more cast added into the “Outlander” season 2.
Something is needed to be done too in order to achieve the perfect look and ambiance of the cinematic Paris, which included among the production process like elegant drawing rooms and Parisian apartments. And to complete the Parisian feel for the exterior scene, the streets were lined with many carriages. And after two weeks, they moved to Prague to shot some scenes.
The scenes from Prague are more realistically Parisian (Paris doesn’t look like old Paris anymore by the way) and it was easier for them to edit.
“Outlander” season 2 Paris type scenes will be seen with more cast portraying French Royalties and Politicians that includes King Louis XV played by Lionel Lingelser, Le Comte St. Germain played by Stanley Weber, Annalise de Marillac by Margaux Châtelier and Mother Hildegarde by Frances de la Tour.
The premiere is expected in 2016.
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