Outlander Season 4 is no more. Season 4 has been canceled mid-filming due to problems behind the scenes.
Things are not paradise behind the scenes at Outlander. Unconfirmed reports tell us that Outlander Season 4 has been canceled mid-filming due to arguments offset. It looks like Claire and Jamie cannot agree on the best way to raise their 200-year-old baby.
Problems started during Outlander Season 3, when Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan started filming scenes together again. However, things have escalated in the last few days, now that there are rumors Sophie Skelton will join both on set. It’s just not that easy raising a 200-year-old child!
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Outlander Season 4 filming is just over the midway point, but sources say that everything is being scrapped. Balfe and Heughan are going their separate ways and already have their own new shows. Balfe will move into The Crown to play Princess Margaret, setting up an interesting dynamic with her former Outlander co-star Tobias Menzies, who was confirmed in the role of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh earlier in the week. Meanwhile, Heughan is taking up the mantle of James Bond.
Starz will need to find a new show to take Outlander‘s place. However, they are in talks of getting new cast members to take up the role of Claire and Jamie, who will hopefully see eye-to-eye when it comes to raising Brianna. Skelton is still happy to remain on the show with new cast members and the showrunners are happy to trial new options.
A trip through the stones necessary
Don’t worry! We’ve also heard that Diana Gabaldon has taken a trip through the stones to reset everything. Outlander Season 4 should be back on track very soon, but what do we know? This story is completely phony.