NEW Interview with Maril Davis and Ron D. Moore from Entertainment Weekly   6 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with Maril Davis and Ron D. Moore from Entertqainment Weekly about Season 4 of Outlander

From EW :

The Outlander season 3 adaptation of Voyager — the third book in Diana Gabaldon’s best-selling series — doesn’t premiere until Sept. 10 on Starz, but showrunner Ronald D. Moore and his production team are already looking toward their next challenge: transforming Drums of Autumn into a 13-episode extravaganza for 2018.

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Thanks to the network’s decision to pick up seasons 3 and 4 at the same time, Moore and his team have started writing scripts for the next batch of episodes, which are supposed to take place in the 18th century colony of North Carolina, as well as 20th century Inverness and Boston.

“We’re deep into writing it,” Moore tells EW. “There are crews on the ground in Scotland, and have been there for quite some time prepping, so we’re moving forward.”

Moore says the plan is to have locations in Scotland double as 18th century America, but “we’ll also go to Eastern Europe and shoot some stuff for the mountains and rivers of North Carolina.”

Read the rest of the interview here

6 responses to “NEW Interview with Maril Davis and Ron D. Moore from Entertainment Weekly

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  1. Obrigada Diana, os seus livros são espectaculares!/ Thanks Diana, your stories are amazing. We can put us living all moments of it. Love it!

  2. Amazing story and look forward to season 3
    And season 4 and hope to hear that 5 has been
    Chosen then we will shoot fo more

  3. Drums of Autumn is so full of action, nail biting action and of course the love between Jamie and Claire. When Brianna shows up in America and gets to meet her real father, things get quite complicated – but very interestingly so. Love the in-depth conversations that Claire and Jamie have – so beautiful.

    • So love it when Brianna and Roger become more involved in the storyline. Book 5 wasn’t my favorite but it was still filled with lots of action. Read 6 and 7 and they are just as action packed as the rest of them. Starz, keep going until the last book is published (Book 9 is coming out soon!)

  4. Great interview. I am in “withdrawal” at this point after Season 3. I am rereading all 8 books, and rewatching Season 1 and 2 (on DVD and Blu-Ray) and rewatching the taped episodes from Season 3. Drums of Autumn was packed full of action. It was a fascinating book – full of danger and unusual happenings for Jamie, Claire and of course,now for their daughter Brianna.

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