Our ‘Outlander’ Season Five Premiere Interviews with Maril Davis, Matthew B. Roberts, and Diana Gabaldon

We had the privilege of speaking to Maril Davis and Matthew B. Roberts about season five of Outlander at the LA premiere.  We asked about replacing Terry Dresbach as the costume designer, bringing in elements from other books, and the … Continue reading

The Show-only Sassenach: ‘Outlander’ Episode 509 Review, “Monsters and Heroes”

**This is not a spoiler-free review of this episode. This review is also from a non-reader, and any comments revealing spoilers from the books will be deleted.** Episode 509:  “Monsters and Heroes” Written by Shania Fewell, Directed by Annie Griffin … Continue reading

‘Outlander’ Post-Episode 507 “The Ballad of Roger Mac” Interview Round-Up

This week’s post-episode round-up includes interviews with Diana Gabaldon, Duncan Lacroix, Sam Heughan, Sophie Skelton, and Matthew B. Roberts. Only excerpts are below, so please click on the links for each article to read them in their entirety.  As always, … Continue reading

‘Outlander’ Post-Episode 504 “The Company We Keep” Interview Round-Up

This week’s post-episode round-up includes interviews with Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe, Sophie Skelton, Maril Davis, Diana Gabaldon, and Richard Rankin. Only excerpts are below, so please click on the links for each article to read them in their entirety.  As … Continue reading

‘Outlander’ Post-Episode 503 “Free Will” Interview Round-Up

This week’s post-episode round-up includes interviews with Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe, Sophie Skelton, Diana Gabaldon, and Richard Rankin. Only excerpts are below, so please click on the links for each article to read them in their entirety.  As always, be … Continue reading

‘Outlander’ Season Five, Episode 501 Reflection: To Let Go or To Leave Behind

As the last few notes of the newest version of “The Skye Boat Song” plays over the opening credits, we witness the duality of loss versus letting go that will permeate the first episode of Outlander’s fifth season, based on … Continue reading