This is the role that Paul Bettany had been in early talks to play before he abdicated for unspecified reasons.
Before Sunday’s For Your Consideration: 'Outlander' panel, Ronald D. Moore said while the “usual negotiations and conversations” have been holding up a more official announcement from Starz, “we are certainly going to do it. I have no doubt we are doing a season 5.”
After three seasons together, Outlander stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan are practically an old married couple in public, not unlike their characters on the show. A previously unreleased screen test included amongst the bonus features for the Outlander Season 3 Blu-ray, due in stores on April 10, provides a glimpse at the heat that the show’s creative team — including its executive producer, Ronald D. Moore — felt when the duo met for the first time on camera. “This was a very important step before we cast Caitriona, because we had already cast Sam,” Moore explains in an intro preceding the screen test.
With "Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams" and Netflix's "Black Mirror," the sci-fi anthology series is now back as a revitalized genre.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “Eye of the Storm” episode of Outlander, as well as the book Drums of Autumn. Due respect to Titanic‘s red-hot lovers Jack and Rose, but Jamie and Claire Fraser showed what it really means to never let go on Sunday night’s Season 3 finale. The climax of “Eye of the Storm” finds the couple’s ship, the Artemis, being battered about by a blustery storm that dumps Claire over the side and into the briny deep.
The sweeping, sultry and almost human sacrificing Season 3 finale of "Outlander" has brought Claire Randall and Jamie Fraser to 18th Century America.
‘Tis the season to trim your Christmas tree, and what better way to personalize it than with your favorite movies, TV shows, music, and other pop culture favorites? The Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Stormborn, can fly alongside the King of the Seas, Aquaman. Pair up a dancing Baby Groot with the TARDIS from Doctor Who (maybe he can time travel his way into growing bigger), and see how well the Friends get along with Luke, Leia, Yoda, and the Star Wars gang. Christmas is a time to bring everyone together, right?
With so much to watch on TV it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.
From superheroes to Britney Spears, Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop to "Seinfeld" accessories, we've got suggestions for everyone on your nice list.
Warning: This interview contains spoilers for the "Heaven and Earth" episode of 'Outlander.'
Laoghaire is the other woman in Jamie Fraser’s life, and she’s kind of the villain in the piece. But she does earn viewer sympathy now and then. Yahoo Entertainment talks to actress Nell Hudson about it all. Warning: This post contains spoilers.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “Creme de Menthe” episode of Outlander. “Jamie knows that Ian is capable of being independent, and he’s loving the fact that he’s giving him this freedom,” the 20-year-old Scottish actor John Bell tells Yahoo Entertainment.
It was the moment we've all been waiting for. "Outlander" finally delivered the long-awaited print shop reunion between Jamie and Claire, and it was steamy AF.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “A. Malcolm” episode of Outlander. A successful 18th century printer’s press like the one owned and operated by one A. Malcolm — a.k.a. James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser — doesn’t just spring up overnight.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “Freedom & Whisky” episode of Outlander. The Outlander faithful have been waiting for the “print shop scene,” aka Jamie and Claire’s overdue reunion, since the lovers went their separate ways in the Season 2 finale. Sure this season’s fifth episode, “Freedom & Whisky,” may end with Claire — freshly restored to the 18th century after yet another trip through the stones — entering the humble printer’s press operated by one A. Malcolm (as in James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser) and knocking the stunned proprietor into unconsciousness with the mere force of her presence.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “Surrender” episode of Outlander. Picking up in 1752, six years after Jamie’s miraculous survival at the Battle of Culloden, “Surrender” finds him skulking around the forest surrounding his family home of Lallybroch in the unkempt guise of the outlaw, the Dunbonnet. The person tasked with giving Sam Heughan this extreme makeover is the show’s makeup designer, Annie McEwan.
"Outlander" star Caitriona Balfe talks Claire and Frank's life in the 20th century, and missing Jamie but not the corsets.
Outlander is one of the most beautiful shows on TV, thanks to the dedicated designers behind the sets, costumes and props.
"Outlander" stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan preview Season 3 of the Starz drama, and how Claire and Jamie's long separation will affect their love.