One of the best things that we love about Comic-Con 2015 in San Diego is that we get the juiciest details on our favorite TV shows and one of them is Starz’s “Outlander.” Diana Gabaldon’s best-selling novels led by Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe won’t be back until next year but fans were able to get some scoop on the upcoming Season 2. Read below for the details:
Several photos from the set of “Outlander” Season 2 were shown to fans during the San Diego Comic-Con 2015 (via Deadline). This marks the second SDCC panel for the show’s cast Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe and they were joined by executive producers Ronald D. Moore, Maril Davis and author Diana Gabaldon. So, you can say that we had some pretty accurate stuff!
Moore told fans during the panel that Season 2 of “Outlander” will be set in 18th century France and right after World War I. However, it may be new surroundings during the first half of the season but Moore assured fans that the cast will return to Scotland during the second half of Season 2.
“Outlander” Season 2 is based on Gabaldon’s second novel “Dragonfly in Amber” and Gabaldon will write one of the scripts. This upcoming season will see Heughan’s Jamie Fraser, Claire Beauchamp Randall in France amidst all the fine things and political “uproar.”
“Outlander” Season 1 was a huge success garnering million of viewers mostly focusing on the female viewers and less than a week after the show premiered, the show was renewed by its home network, Starz.
Comic-Con has always been a home for sneak peeks and “Outlander” didn’t disappoint when they showed its Season 1 gag reel, which is also included in the Season 1 DVD that’s coming out this September 29, 2015.
Watch the video below:
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