Outlander prequel receives interesting update.

The Outlander prequel Blood of My Blood has gotten an intriguing update, with filming expected to begin in Scotland next year.

According to The Herald, work on the genesis story will begin in Glasgow in January 2024, with "roads across [the city]... to be sealed off next month as filming gets underway."

The prequel was greenlit in January of this year and was billed as a love story between Jamie Fraser's (Sam Heughan) parents.

The first Outlander series featured Caitríona Balfe as Claire Randall, a former war nurse from 1945 who travels back in time to 1743 and falls in love with Jamie Fraser.

"There will be several names and faces that Outlander fans will know and recognise, and the title is a nod to Jamie Fraser's marriage vow to Claire," he said.

Roberts continued, saying: "While Jamie and Claire's television narrative may be drawing to an end with Season 8, Diana is carrying on with their literary journey through her fantastic book series and is hard at work on book 10.

"With Jamie and Claire, and now Brian and Ellen, there is still so much more to come in the Outlander universe, and we cannot wait to continue sharing these stories with our dedicated fans."

The second half of season seven, which focuses on the topics of books seven and eight, is based on Diana Gabaldon's novels of the same name.

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