Outlander TV News’ Interview with ‘Outlander’ Writer Richard Kahan

I think many Outlander fans will agree that episode 205, “Untimely Resurrection,” is one of the stronger episodes of season two.  That scene of Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies) coming back into the lives of Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie … Continue reading

‘Outlander’ Goes to the British Academy Scotland Awards and Caitriona Wins!

Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, and Outlander were nominated for BAFTA Scotland’s British Academy Scotland Awards.  Tonight, the awards were handed out and Caitriona Balfe came out a winner.  She won for Actress Television. Below are interviews, photos, tweets, etc. featuring Caitriona … Continue reading

Book Review: The Making of ‘Outlander’ The Series

“…If there’s something you want urgently to do in life—do it. The universe will usually come out to meet you.” –Diana Gabaldon. As a somewhat obsessive Outlander fan, I needed to own this behind-the-scenes guide for two reasons: To add … Continue reading

BTS Special Feature: Book Changes in ‘Outlander’ Episode 213, “Dragonfly in Amber”

Access Hollywood has a behind the scenes special feature from the upcoming release of the Outlander season two Blu-ray/DVD release.  In this video, we hear executive producer Maril Davis, executive producer/showrunner Ronald D. Moore, and writer/producer Toni Graphia explain some … Continue reading

‘The Making of Outlander’ – On Casting and Locations

On the day of The Making of Outlander‘s release, author Tara Bennett writes a bit about casting and locations for Outlander based on her research and interviews for the book.  She wrote this piece for Vanity Fair, so head over … Continue reading

Take a BTS Peek at ‘The Making of Outlander: The Series: The Official Guide to Seasons One & Two’

Entertainment Weekly has a sneak peak of Tara Bennett’s upcoming book, The Making of Outlander: The Series: The Official Guide to Seasons One & Two, out October 18, 2016.  In this peek, executive producer explains the story and circumstance between five behind … Continue reading