'Outlander' season 4: Filming on the streets of Glasgow this week

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A behind the scenes picture of Sam Heughan (Jamie) for the sets of Starz TV series "Outlander." Outlander/ Facebook

Filming for “Outlander” season 4 continues in Scotland. This week, the cast and crew will be busy shooting in Glasgow. Some of the streets in the city will reportedly be closed down for a few days to allow the production to go on smoothly.

According to a report by the Daily Record, fans who want to see Caitriona Balfe (Claire) and Sam Heughan (Jamie) must head to the Saltmarket area of Glasgow this week. The cast and crew will be filming outdoors, giving everyone a chance to visit the set and interact with the stars. Readers should note, however, that there is no official confirmation about which of the actors will be involved there.

Filming is reportedly scheduled to take place on March 14 and 15 from 12 pm to midnight. Turnbull Street and James Morrison Street at St Andrews Square will be closed down for the production at this time. Traffic will be diverted from London Road to Saltmarket, and the diversions will end at Steel Street.

The cast and crew were previously spotted at Ayrshire village of Dunure. Sophie Skelton (Brianna) and Steven Cree (Ian Murray) were seen filming their scenes at this location, while Heughan and Balfe seemed to have had time off during this shoot. Behind-the-scenes pictures from the set have leaked online, giving viewers hints at what to expect this year.

Pictures from Glasgow may also leak online as soon as the cast and crew begin filming later this week. It will be interesting to see what scenes will be filmed here.

The producers are continuing to use Scotland to film scenes related to the US. Both timelines of American Colonies of the past and the scenes of the 20th century are being shot in Scotland.

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