Yes, we know that “Outlander” Season 3 has not aired yet, but that doesn’t mean we cannot talk about the fourth season. A report by Hall of Fame reveals that Starz has picked up “Outlander” with Ronald Moore for Season 4.

“Outlander” surprised fans at SDCC with a screening of the season 3 premiere, following a panel featuring Caitriona Balfe, Sophie Skelton, Richard Rankin, Maril Davis, Tobias Menzies, and others.

The casting and production details

Carter Matt reports that the main cast of the show will reprise their roles in the fourth season, including Sam Heughan, Tobias Menzies, Caitriona Balfe, Duncan Lacroix, Laura Donnelly, Lotte Verbeek and Steven Cree.

These characters have played an important part in our lives, and it’s good to be swept along in it and to have fans share that they love the characters. Showrunner Matthew Roberts took to his Twitter yesterday to reveal that they would add new members as the story moves forward to the United States.

He also hints at the characters of Grant O’Rourke, Graham McTavish, Gary Lewis, Stephen Walters, and Simon Callow, saying that the production team has finalized multiple actors for the new season of “Outlander.” Matthew also claimed that producer Ronald Moore hired a couple of writers to help him out in writing stories for the third and fourth seasons. The need to hire new writers came after Anne Kenney confirmed her retirement from the show.

She took to her Facebook to share the news with her fans.

“There will be more sex scenes in the third and fourth seasons.

I think it’s the right time for Jamie and Claire to shake hands and develop a healthy relationship,” Matthew Roberts told Vanity Fair. Maybe fans will have to wait a little bit, but I don’t think the sex is going to be as scarce as last season.

The story and release date

Outlander” Season 3 is set to premiere this September, and we expect that “Outlander” Season 4 may premiere in September 2018.

The fourth season will be based on Diana Gabaldon’s “Drums of Autumn.” Though we don’t have an official synopsis for the show, we do have a synopsis for the novel.

“Drum of Autumn” features Claire, Jamie, and Young Ian as its main characters. They relocate to North Carolina and try to establish a business. In June 2012, Deadline reported that Sony Pictures Television secured the rights to Gabaldon's “Outlander” series, with Jim Kohlberg serving as executive producer.