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Executive producer Ronald Moore, actors Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, and author Diana Gabaldon participate in the Starz "Outlander" panel at the Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California January 9, 2015. Reuters/David McNew

While most of America was busy celebrating Thanksgiving holiday, members of the “Outlander” Season 3 crew were busy working. Co-executive Producer Matthew B. Roberts shared new pictures from the set, and also wished the fans.

Thanksgiving Day is celebrated mostly in the US and Canada, where it is a national holiday. In the past this was a day to be thankful for the harvest, which has now evolved into family members gathering for dinner and spending time with each other.

While most families are celebrating with friends and family, the crew members of the popular Starz TV series are busy working. Roberts shared another picture from Scotland and revealed that it was a work day. He hoped the cast and crew can create some magic while working together.

Credit: Twitter/ Matthew B. Roberts

It is not clear if any actual filming took place on Thanksgiving. Another picture Roberts shared shows that he was up and about right from dawn on the set.

The producer wished the fans on Thanksgiving in a picture he shared on Instagram. The picture appears to have been taken while on route to the “Outlander” Season 3 set.

#happythanksgiving to all the American @outlander_starz #outlander fans  Happy Thursday to all the worldwide #outlander fans.

A photo posted by Matthew B. Roberts (@nofoolingproductions) on

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Cast member Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser) also wished his fans in America who are celebrating the holiday. He is thankful to the “wonderful people” close to him, and said he had “super fans.” He also shared a new picture of himself.

Credit: Twitter/ Sam Heughan

Costume Designer Terry Dresbach had to work during Thanksgiving. She, however, joked that she is thankful for not having to work later than 7 that day.

While “Outlander” Season 3 begins in Scotland during the Battle of Culloden, the story will take the cast members to the Caribbean later on. So, the costume designer will have to plan the gowns in Scotland, the costumes in the US for the flash forward scenes and the clothes for the new characters that will be introduced in Jamaica.