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Sam Heughan opens up on Outlander spin-off Blood of my Blood as full cast revealed

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Outlander's Sam Heughan has opened up about the hugely anticipated prequel series Blood of My Blood, as the full cast is unveiled.The Scottish actor, who is now filming for the eighth and final season of the historical drama, where he'll portray Jamie Fraser for the last time, shared his thoughts on the upcoming show.

Before that, fans can look forward to the second half of Outlander's seventh season, set to air in both the USA and the UK this coming November.

Promoting the next instalment, Heughan attended Land Con 6 in Paris last weekend, as the Scottish Daily Express, where he took the opportunity to discuss the prequel series.Penned by Matthew B.

Roberts, Blood of My Blood delves into the early lives of Jamie's parents in the 18th-century Scottish Highlands and Claire Fraser's parents during World War I in England.This spin-off aims to broaden the horizons of the beloved original series.Expressing his support for the new series, Heughan enthused the panel: "If you love Outlander, you're going to love Blood of My Blood.I'm really excited about this show.

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