As much as we talk about the cinematography/lighting in Outlander episodes, I am glad someone put a spotlight on it and interviewed DP Alasdair Walker and gaffer Scott Napier! ~ V Now in its sixth season, historical drama series Outlander has been pushing creative and technical boundaries once again. The time travelling adventure centres around Claire Randall, an English combat nurse, who is mysteriously transported … Continue reading DP Alasdair Walker and gaffer Scott Napier on illuminating and capturing the world of Outlander
Thank you, Courtney (@Courtilini14) and Karmen (@OutLandAnatomy), for bringing this talent to the CLANdom! These are the BEST Outlander fan videos I’ve seen. Make sure you follow KING FIREMAN on Twitter: @LothbrokFan and subscribe on YouTube: King FireMan. ~ Vida LAND CON 3 ~ via King FireMan Brianna & Roger || The Choice (Outlander) ~ via King Fireman See more videos>>> Disclaimer: We hold no … Continue reading Best Outlander Fan Videos E-V-A-H!!!
We appreciated Margot taking us on her journey and wanted to share it with you! Geillis’ House Garden where Claire and Geillis met. Castle Leoch They give you a little device when you tour the castle that plays recordings. They had Sam Heughan talking on some of the stops in the castle. The kitchen. Lilithgow Palace, where they filmed Wentworth. Blackness Castle (aka Fort William) … Continue reading Blacklanderz Margot’s (@Margot94V) Outlander Tour!
Outlander‘s Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe) are known best for their iconic time-traversing love story, so it’s no surprise that they’ve had plenty of “relationship goal” moments. Since debuting in 2014, the Starz drama has captured viewers attention and hearts, and with Season 5 on the horizon, we’re feeling particularly nostalgic. So much so, we’ve decided to look back on some of … Continue reading 16 Times ‘Outlander’s Jamie & Claire Were Relationship Goals (PHOTOS)
Outlander has had many great episodes over the course of four seasons since premiering in 2014, and according to fans it’s been consistent. Taking a look at the fan ratings on IMDb has proven that the show’s top 10 episodes are for the most part spread evenly throughout all of the seasons. In the gallery above we take a look at the top 10 fan-rated episodes and … Continue reading The 10 Highest Fan-Rated Episodes of ‘Outlander’ (PHOTOS)
Outlander is famous for its sex scenes—but unlike many shows on television, these scenes don’t just serve to titillate and objectify. They’re stories within the story, never superfluous, and always purposeful. They drive character development, and are essential to the relationship between protagonists Claire and Jamie. They’re also just really beautiful to watch, because guess what? Sex is normal and showing it on TV isn’t a big deal! … Continue reading Outlander: Inside the Making of the Greatest Sex Scenes
Station More4 is going to broadcast the show weekly starting with the first season, and this will give some viewers a chance to check out the Caitriona Balfe – Sam Heughan series without having to go to Amazon to make it happen. As we await this big premiere, there is one primary question to wonder: What are the implications here? What does this airing mean … Continue reading As Outlander prepares for UK television debut, what are implications?
Wayta go Outlander!! Representing all the way in Shanghai! AMERICAN series “Outlander” received the Best Foreign TV Series/Serial award as the 23rd Shanghai TV Festival concluded tonight with a star-studded ceremony at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center. The series tells a story of a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743 where she is forced to marry a … Continue reading Outlander Honored Best Foreign TV Series Award
It is the most lucrative television programme ever made in Scotland – yet has never appeared on the nation’s TV screens. Now Outlander author Diana Gabaldon has expressed hope that the BBC will finally show the hit time-travel series – as long as nothing is cut out. The American author said there was no good reason for BBC Scotland not to take the show – … Continue reading Outlander author hopes BBC will screen the show – as long as it is not cut
Explore the landscapes and buildings of the hit television series Outlander, set during the Jacobite uprisings of the 18th century. Enjoy! With its plotlines of war passion and time-travel set against a backdrop of blindingly beautiful Scottish scenery, it’s little wonder that the hit TV show Outlander and Diana Gabaldon’s novels on which it is based have captured the hearts of many. While it’s sadly … Continue reading Filming locations in Scotland for the Outlander Series
The votes are in — all 76,885 of them. Over the past two weeks, Yahoo asked its TV readers to help crown the winners in 12 categories honoring the best — and sometimes worst — of 2016 for their 2nd Annual Yahooies. And yes, Outlander CLANdom, we won in two major categories. Most Shocking Moment: Claire Loses the Baby, ‘Outlander’ The Sassenach and her great … Continue reading Yahooies 2016: Outlander Among Winners – 2nd Annual Reader-Voted Awards
Few women on television have been through more than Claire Beauchamp Randall Fraser. A nurse who was in the thick of it during World War 2, Claire was re-connecting with her husband, Frank, in post-war Scotland when she was transported back to the 18th century via a circle of mystical stones. The ever-practical Claire made herself useful among the clans of Scotland and connected deeply with … Continue reading Caitriona Balfe on Claire’s S2 Journey and What’s Next for ‘Outlander’
If you’ve not see Outlander, now is the time to catch up with S1 and S2. Below are just few reasons you should be watching it! OUTLANDER is one of the most under-rated shows in the UK, despite having a global fan base to rival the likes of Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead. The Scottish time traveling fantasy drama is based on a … Continue reading Outlander: 10 reasons you should watch this epic fantasy series
Gary Rose goes for a spin in the Highlands, taking in the Culloden battlefield, the place that doubles as Cranesmuir and a working medieval village. It’s early October, but it feels like July, as I hit the road from Inverness’s implausibly wee airport. “I don’t bother to check the weather forecast, it changes by the minute,” says Andy, my kilted driver and tour guide. Sunshine … Continue reading Outlander: The best Scottish filming locations in S2
If the executive producer of Outlander had his way, Claire would always be the “badass” on the Starz drama, admits author Diana Gabaldon. So when the writers were preparing to kill off Dougal MacKenzie (Graham McTavish) at the end of season 2, the original thought was to have Claire (Caitriona Balfe) do the fatal deed — even though Gabaldon’s Outlander book series dictated otherwise. In … Continue reading Outlander: How Claire almost killed Dougal in S2