Published On: Sat, Sep 17th, 2016

'Outlander' Season 3 Spoilers: David Berry's Lord John Grey Spotted in Leaked Image?

Some interesting behind the scenes pictures of Outlander Season 3 have been recently leaked on the web. Interestingly enough, the show’s followers get a sneak peek on Lord John Grey’s (David Berry) first look.

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Shooting for Season 3 was recently completed in two different locations that served as the filming locations for the show. Just recently, some pictures were uploaded on The Rank and File’s Twitter page that enabled the show’s followers to get an opportunity to catch the first glimpses of Lord John Grey.


In these pictures, Berry’s character can be found wearing an army uniform in red together and spotted with the other cast and crew members of Outlander Season 3. Incidentally, Lord John Grey has a meaty role to play even in Diana Gabaldon’s series of books. Lord Grey will be meeting Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) in the Ardsmuir Prison of the series where he is serving as the prison’s governor.

It is being teased by several spoilers that these two characters could form an uneasy camaraderie and might even develop a shaky association with one another.

In other news, Daily Record reported that the show could be using an old castle near the city of Edinburg that is being filmed as the Ardsmuir Prison.

The castle in question is the Craigmillar Castle that is an ancient one and is somewhat ruined. It is supposed to have some sort of a historical association with Mary, the Queen of Scots. Even, Angie Castells’ leaked image on  Twitter page shows that some scenes of the new season had been shot at this castle.

But, this is not the only castle that will be appearing in the upcoming season. It seems the crew, as well as, the cast members of the show traveled down to Dunure Castle. Some of the show’s actors were seen in their red military uniforms at this location.

Tune in to Starz to follow Outlander Season 3 when it returns in 2017.



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