Each year, we pull together a list of the shows we feel will have longevity moving forward. So far this season, there have been six shows that have shown signs of being frontrunners for longevity. Without further ado, here are the six programs we feel will still be on the air 5 years from now.
This Saturday night, Starz has the mid-season finale of Outlander set to air, after which the series will go on hiatus and fans will be left to wait months for the remaining eight episodes of Season 1. Fortunately, Starz has given us an exact timeframe, as they've announced the return-date of Season 1. Episode 9 of Outlander is lined up to air on April 4, 2015.
There's good news and bad news, Outlander fans. The bad news is, we have only two episodes remaining in the first half of the first season of Outlander. The good news is, things are about to get very interesting. Even those who haven't read the book have likely figured that out, based on the way last Saturday's episode left off. But if you're not caught up through "The Garrison Commander," read no further!
I hate to break it to you Outlander fans, but the Starz drama's first run of episodes has reached the halfway point. We're actually at the quarter-point of the 16-episode first season, but only eight of those episodes are airing this year and we've already seen four of them with four to go.
You know you're out of your time when someone says "I smell the vapors of hell on you," and someone else accuses you of being a witch. Claire Randall seems to be knee-deep in trouble and eager to get back to her own time period in the preview for Episode 3 of Outlander, titled "The Way Out".
It looks like Starz isn't waiting to see how Episode 2 of Outlander does before deciding its fate. The premium cable network is known to give fairly early renewals of their original series and Outlander is no exception. Season 2 is officially a go!
Claire Randall is in trouble. The same would be the case for just about anyone who found themselves thrown through time to 18th century Scotland. There are a lot of things that can go wrong in a time travel scenario, and Starz's Outlander has the opportunity to explore a lot of them. The above preview gives us a look at next Saturday's episode, "Castle Leoch."
The numbers are in and it looks like Outlander performed pretty well for Starz with its opening episode. The premium cable network has announced that the first episode of Ronald D. Moore's new series delivered the strongest multi platform performance for a new series in the history of Starz.
While fans of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series have been waiting a long time for Ronald D. Moore's TV adaptation to air on Starz, those who haven't read the books may be wondering why they should tune in to catch this new series? We offered plenty of positivity in that respect in our review, but when it comes down to it, beyond being a good show, Outlander should be watched because it's not like anything else on TV.
As promised, Starz went ahead and put the first episode of their highly anticipated Outlander series online a week ahead of its official debut on the premium cable network. The first episode made its world premiere at Comic-Con in San Diego last week...
Expectations for a new series are always a bit higher when the drama is an adaptation of a beloved novel. That applies to Starz's Outlander, a Scotland-set drama from Ronald D. Moore, based on the first book in a series of novels by Diana Gabaldon. Outlander excels both as an adaptation and an intriguing new drama.
In anticipation of the premiere of Starz's Outlander series, we had the opportunity to sit down with series creator Ronald D. Moore, author Diana Gabaldon and the cast to talk about what's ahead.
At Comic-Con last week, we had the opportunity to sit with the cast of Starz's upcoming Outlander series. When speaking to Tobias Menzies, he talked a bit about his character Frank Randall, and in the process, revealed something that should be of interest to fans of the book. To put it simply, expect a lot more Frank.
Why a World War II combat nurse? That was one of the questions on my mind as I sat down with Outlander author Diana Gabaldon during the press roundtables at Comic-Con last week.
Thereís nothing quite like sitting in a room full of people who are all fans of the same thing. Comic-Con has no shortage of such rooms, and such was the case for Starzís premiere of Outlander at the Spreckels Theatre in San Diego Friday night.