A picture of Sophie Skelton as Brianna in the Starz TV series "Outlander." Outlander/ Facebook

Co-executive Producer Maril Davis has shared a new “heard on the set” post for “Outlander” season 4. Filming is currently ongoing in Scotland, and the producer teased some good weather for a change.

“Something wrong with Bree?” is the line from the script that Davis teased online (see below). Based on the dialogue, it appears that Brianna (Sophie Skelton) will be in some pensive mood next season.

Brianna’s storyline will be the main focus for a variety of reasons. This doesn’t mean that Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire’s (Caitriona Balfe) romance in the American colonies will take a backseat. According to the plot in the book “Drums of Autumn” by Diana Gabaldon, Brianna will go through a lot in the upcoming season.

The cast and crew are filming challenging scenes at the moment, but at least they don’t have to endure harsh weather. Davis teased a picture of a rainbow she took while driving to work (see below). The producer said it was going to be a great day, thanks to the clear weather.

Davis had previously complained about the harsh cold weather that the cast and crew faced. She had joked that there is no summer in Scotland. One fan even commented that there was summer way back in 2012, and the producer agreed with a laugh (see below).

Filming takes place in Scotland, with locations depicting scenes from the American colonies. This isn’t the first time that the producers opted to film in the country even though they are filming scenes in the US. It has worked well on the show so far.

“Outlander” season 4 is set to air sometime later this year. The producers are yet to announce an exact release date.

Credit: Maril Davis/Twitter