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I’ll admit it, this weekend has been quite a bummer for me, since I was here at home rather than in New York, attending the Outlander (and Falling Skies, etc.) events at New York Comic Con. But it’s been a thrill to see all the coverage – both from Starz and fans – of the […]
MarlyBird.com, a knitter’s website, broadcast a fascinating podcast featuring an in-depth interview with Outlander author Diana Gabaldon today. Marly introduces the author, explaining that she got into the Outlander series when she found out that main character Jamie Fraser, a 1700s Scottish Highlander, knew how to “clickit,” or knit! The podcast covers Diana’s early days […]
FINALLY! Announced just today, Claire has been cast – Irish actress Caitriona Balfe has been chosen to portray Claire Beauchamp Randall in the Starz production of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander. Claire is the heart of the series, a WWII nurse who accidentally steps through standing stones (think similar to Stonehenge) and finds herself 200 years in […]
It’s been a while since the STARZ network announced the name of the actor (Sam Heughan) hired to play Jamie Fraser in next spring’s production of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander, and about a week since one other actor (Tobias Menzies) was announced for the series. Outlander fans have been holding their collective breath awaiting information on […]
Let’s face it – I don’t really have anything better to do (other than, you know, laundry, work, cleaning house), and I’m, well, hooked, obsessed, with Falling Skies, and I’ve been catching up on Revolution so I can write about it. So, I’ve been spending (too much) time on the websites for these shows. I’m […]
The Starz network announced today that they have cast one more role for their upcoming Outlander series, based on the very popular book series by Diana Gabaldon. Outlander is the story of Claire Randall, a WWII nurse, who travels through standing stones in Scotland (think a smaller Stonehenge) and finds herself 200 years in the […]