Outlander producer and writer Matthew B. Roberts reveals five episodes have been shot for season two
19 AUGUST 2015 10:53 AM
BY SCOTLAND NOW
ROBERTS, who has written a number of episodes for the much anticipated second series, spoke about working on season two of the hit Starz series.
OUTLANDER producer and writer Matthew B. Roberts has revealed five episodes have already been shot for the show's much-anticipated second season.
Roberts, who is writing episodes six, nine and co-writing episode 13 of the new series, took to Twitter for a Q&A session with fans from around the world.
He revealed the details behind filming on the show and said the five shoots all contained both studio and location sets.
TammyTamaidh Bursoni @TBursoni
@TheMattBRoberts Are you able to say, how many episode's have been shoot so far? How many will be on location, or in studio? Thanks!
Matthew B. Roberts @TheMattBRoberts
.@TBursoni five so far. all episodes have studio and location sets. INT and EXT
7:59 AM - 17 Aug 2015
Roberts also told fans that the cast and crew expect to "wrap up filming in early part of 2016".
This week we told you that Outlander season two filming had taken place in Pollok Country Park in Glasgow .
The park in Glasgow has joined the growing list of Scottish locations used for filming the hit TV series as it was turned into a 1700s-themed set.
The next second season of Outlander, which is based on Diana Gabaldon 's novel Dragonfly in Amber, will see Jamie and Claire Fraser continue their story in France following their
traumatic encounter with Black Jack Randall.
And although much of the second book is based in France, the majority of the action still takes place in Scotland – much to the delight of tourism bosses.
From Linlithgow Palace to Tibbermore Church , Scotland provided the perfect backdrop for the first season of Outlander.
The hit show was filmed across various locations in Scotland, including a one-month stint at Doune Castle .
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