Here are NEW Stills and Interview with Sam Heughan from USA Today
From USA Today:
They’re immigrants,” says Heughan. “They’re living on their wits. Eventually they find an area that Jamie and Claire really fall in love with, and they want to establish a home, ‘Fraser Ridge.’ But of course there are people there already – very early on, they meet the local inhabitants. That’s the Cherokee.”
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Heughan, filming on location in Faskally Wood, points to a series of cylindrical wooden huts down by a lake. “Outlander” has brought 1770s America to Scotland, building a Cherokee village and a Mohawk settlement on the banks of Loch Faskally reservoir.
Head writer and executive producer Matthew Roberts says turning Perthshire into North Carolina wasn’t as big of a stretch as it might seem.