A behind-the-scenes picture from the production set of Starz TV series "Outlander." Facebook/ Outlander

Co-executive Producer and Writer Matthew B. Roberts has teased “Outlander” season 3 to be like a “wee treasure hunt.” He has also written the episode that features in Print Shop scene, and Caitriona Balfe showered some praise on him for the way it has been written.

In a tweet [see below] Roberts said that there are “well-placed nuggets” throughout the episodes in the next season. Some of these “nuggets” are visual, while the others are in the form of dialogues. So, the show will feel like a little treasure hunt, with the fans looking for these Easter Eggs.

Roberts is the one who has written the highly anticipated reunion scene of Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan). In a previous interview with Entertainment Weekly, Balfe said that the Print Shop scene has been written “beautifully.”

Talking about the scene, Balfe said that it has “every emotion in it.” Since the two characters are meeting after 20 years, there is “excitement,” “tentativeness” and “nerves,” which makes it “really beautiful.”

Balfe is well aware of the fan interest in the Print Shop scene in “Outlander” season 3. The scene is from Diana Gabaldon’s book “Voyager,” and the fans of the book series are very particular about this scene. The actress admitted that they “better get it right,” because otherwise she will have to face the very active fan base.

Roberts had previously teased a picture of the script of the Print Shop scene. Very few words are visible in the picture [see below], such as “stairs leading to…” and “INT. PRINT SHOP.” When the fans read the words “Jamie ENTERS,” they were very concerned about changes to the scene on the show, because in the books the character is already inside the shop. The producers had to calm the fans down, and reassure them at that time.

There is still no word on the exact release date of “Outlander” season 3. The show can be watched on Foxtel in Australia.

Credit: Twitter/ Matthew B. Roberts