Season 7 of "Outlander" has finished filming.


Sam Heughan has confirmed that Season 7 of STARZ's historical drama Outlander has finished filming, signaling the impending end of one of the most watched shows on television. 

The final season of the show will consist of 10 episodes, and the announcement of its conclusion comes just as Season 7 is slated to debut this summer.

 Heughan, who plays the Scottish warrior Jamie Fraser on the show, announced the completion of Season 7's principal photography in a post on Instagram. Heughan included a photo of himself with the show's clapboard. Heughan titled the post, "220 shooting days, an entire year of Outlander." 

"THANK YOU to our incredible team, who has worked really hard, and to all of our fantastic fans. Season 7 is something we CAN'T WAIT for you to see." Co-star Caitriona Balfe, who plays Jamie Fraser's future wife and love interest, joined Heughan in the film. 

The movie Outlander is based on Diana Gabaldon's book series of the same name. The program centers on Claire, a World War II nurse who unintentionally travels back in time to Scotland in the 18th century and finds herself in combat with the Highland Scots and the British Army. 

She finally falls in love with Jamie and is forced to balance the needs of maintaining the security of those she loves in the present day with those of creating a life for herself in the 1700s. While Season 8's plot is being kept under wraps, the extended 16-episode seventh season, which premieres in mid-2023, will continue to follow the Frasers' adventures. 

The tale will likely pick off where Season 6 left off, with Jamie and Claire attempting to live in harmony on a homestead in North Carolina even as the American Revolutionary War looms in the distance. Ronald D. Moore, the show's creator, has received praise ever since it debuted in 2014, according to STARZ President of Original Programming Kathryn Busby, who spoke at the time of Outlander's Season 8 renewal.

 Together with Left Bank Pictures, Story Mining and Supply Company, and Tall Ship Productions, Sony Pictures Television produces the program. Along with Andy Harries for Left Bank, Jim Kohlberg for Story Mining, Maril Davis and Moore for Tall Ship, Toni Graphia, Luke Schelhaas, and Matthew B. Roberts, the latter of whom is the showrunner, Heughan and Balfe serve as executive producers.

While Jamie and Claire's story will come to a close with Season 8, the main plot of Outlander will continue. Outlander: Blood of My Blood, a prequel series, was revealed to be in development at STARZ in 2022.

 Although there are few specifics available about the program, Moore and Davis will once again executive produce it under their Tall Ship label with Roberts serving once more as showrunner. 

The love story of Jamie's parents, who passed away before the events of Outlander, will be chronicled in Blood of My Blood. An precise date for the start of Season 7 on STARZ has not yet been made public.

 The Instagram post from Heughan is shown below:

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