Outlander News 10 More Years of Outlander
The Herald Scotland has reported the following during an interview.
“Outlander, which is shot in Cumbernauld, Fife, Perthshire and South Queensferry, is based on Diana Gabaldan’s novels, is already returning to the small screen for a third season. Executive producer and showrunner Ron Moore said he hopes to base a season of the drama every year on each of Gabaldan’s books, currently standing at eight.
“Things change but our hope is that things will continue and ideally we’ll be doing all the books in the series and there are eight of them so far,” he told the latest edition of Historic Scotland magazine.
The 51-year-old Californian, who was also behind the TV remake of Battlestar Galactica, shot season one and two of Outlander in Scotland, which it is estimated helped to add £20 million to the economy. Mr Moore, who now commutes between Los Angeles and Perthshire, starts shooting the third season in Scotland this autumn.
He made the comments in a magazine interview during which he and his wife Terry Dresbach, the show’s costume designer, discuss the drama, their future ambitions and their life in Scotland.”