Outlander season 6 filming confirmed with behind-the-scenes Jamie and Claire Fraser snap

Outlander: STARZ announce season six production

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Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe have confirmed they’re finally back on set for the sixth season of Outlander in a recent post released on the show’s official Instagram page. Fans have also spotted a number of updates from the swoon-worthy Starz series on Twitter, confirming ‘Droughtlander’ could soon be at an end, with episodes airing elsewhere on Amazon Prime Video.

Starz’ time-travelling romance Outlander could soon be returning for its sixth season as a new Instagram post confirmed filming has once again begun in Scotland.

Production was initially supposed to start in May 2020 in time for an early 2021 release date, but was stalled following the outbreak of coronavirus.

Now the cast, including co-leads Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe, have once again returned to Outlander’s Scotland locations to start work on the show’s highly anticipated return.

Both the show and Sam Heughan’s official Instagram account posted the new image, which featured central couple Jamie and Claire Fraser riding a horse-drawn carriage.

The image also contained the first glimpse at some of the costumes for the new season, as most of the action will once again take place in 18th Century America.

Heughan captioned the post: “We’re BACK!! Season 6 shooting!

“Feel very fortunate to be working right now, production are ensuring everyone is safe and protected. Now just need to deal with the snow….”

Outlander’s Instagram profile joked in response: “I think it’s time to upgrade Jamie’s official wardrobe from leather jacket to puffy winter coat.”

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Television and film productions have thankfully been able to continue in the UK provided the cast and crew receive regular COVID tests and follow strict health and safety measures.

While this means the ongoing shoot may take a little longer than usual, ‘Droughtlander’, fans’ affectionate nickname for Outlander’s notorious hiatuses, could soon be at an end.

Excitement reached its peak today, as fans were also treated to a tantalising promotional video confirming season six was now in production.

The video featured clips of Outlander’s immense sets being prepared for the upcoming shoot, before revealing the cover of the script for season six’s first episode, ‘Echoes’.

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The series’ new outing will be based on author Diana Gabaldon’s sixth book in the series, A Breath of Snow and Ashes, so eager fans can always make their way through the weighty tomes to find out what happens next.

Fans immediately took to the comments of the new promos to voice their excitement for the upcoming season.

One fan replied to Heughan’s post: “You can’t imagine how happy this news makes me.

“Thank you!!! Can’t wait to see season 6. Stay warm and take care.”

Heughan and his co-stars may have to endure below freezing temperatures and snow warnings in Scotland over the next few days, though it will be well worth it to deliver yet another stellar season of Outlander.

Another viewer commented on Reddit: “So excited! Luckily I had my mask on because I was smiling so much watching it as I walked down the hall at work lol!”

TV enthusiasts have had to endure some excruciatingly long waits for their favourite shows to return to screens, so Outlander fans were finally given a reason to celebrate with today’s announcement.

Outlander season 5 is available to stream on Starzplay and Amazon Prime Video.


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