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Starz’s Outlander TV show has been praised for its daring action scenes romantic plotlines, with Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) at the center of it all. Now the series has added a character who will certainly help to continue the traditions of the show.
We’ve known for a while that Outlander’s second season would be a whole lot different from the first. But now we know a little more about what to expect from Jamie, according to Sam Heughan.
The time has come for all of us to look back and reflect on what the past year has brought. For me, 2015 was huge when it came to TV. In fact, there was so much great TV in 2015 that narrowing all of the shows down to a top ten was no easy feat. Luckily, I watch such a mishmash of series that I had just about every genre covered over.
Every year around this time, we put together a list of the top shows we feel really pushed above and beyond and had a year for the ages. Among them is a a series that is quietly thoughtful, a few fantasy dramas with beautiful costumes and one USA series with one of the tightest first seasons I’ve ever seen.
We’ve been waiting months and months for Outlander to cast Roger and Brianna. Starz is milking the potential news for all its worth, because obviously. But now Roger Wakefield has been cast!
The droughtlander has been long, but now we finally have some footage from Season 2 available and it’s truly everything we’ve been waiting for and more, with glimpses of Paris and a seafaring journey ahead.
The series is currently gearing up for Season 2, which should correspond to the second book in the popular fantasy series. Because of this, there are plenty of castings that are happening this season that fans have excitedly been waiting for.
Outlander is currently in the middle of production on its second season, which is set to air on Starz in 2016. We’ve already gotten some juicy tidbits regarding the upcoming season of the drama, now here's another regarding newcomer Brianna.
Snubs are commonplace related to the Emmys, but A Song of Ice and Fire writer George R.R. Martin, who also works on HBO’s Game of Thrones, said there were a few TV shows the Academy really missed the mark on this season.
I know we are getting ahead of ourselves, but Outlander Season 3 actually sounds awesome. Here's what executive producer Ronald D. Moore recently said he’s most excited for in the Outlander series. And yes, he's read all the books.
Starz’s hot series Outlander is gearing up for Season 2, and recently creator Ronald D. Moore spoke out to explain that while Season 2 will undoubtedly be exciting, it will be different for fans of the book series the show is based on.
Outlander just recently wrapped up its first season over at Starz, but the subscription cable network is already looking toward Season 2. Master Raymond and a few other well-known characters from Diana Gabaldon's book series have already been cast.
Starz has slowly and quietly been building an enviable programming lineup. While early efforts at original shows like Spartacus have already ended their runs, the subscription cable service has found new period dramas and entertaining modern shows upon which to thrive.
The TV landscape is changing, and various networks are looking at ways to keep people invested in brand new dramas and comedies. This year, we’ve actually seen a ton of shows renewed for the 2015-2016 well ahead of schedule. So far there have been a slew of first season cable and TV shows that have already been renewed for Season 2. Here they are.
As promised, Starz has delivered another sip of Outlander to quench (or taunt) our thirst during the great #Droughtlander of 2014-2015. This taste comes in the form of the opening scene, which includes an intro from Ronald D. Moore...