Thank God, we’re back in Scotland.
Outlander’s second season opens with Claire reluctantly opening her eyes at Craigh na Dun. She’s back in her own time, and she quickly discovers that the British won the Battle of Culloden. She is not in a great place emotionally.
Outlander returns Saturday night, and now that the action has moved to 18th Century Paris, it’s looking lusher than ever.
Suddenly struck with a craving for rococo and the rustling of silk skirts? Must be Starz’s trailer for Season 2 of Outlander.
Outlander’s back in April, and Starz just released a sneak peek.
For a certain generation, it might be difficult to watch Starz’s Flesh and Bone without thinking of the 2000 film Center Stage. Yet the former quickly makes it very clear that this is not a fun, light-hearted romp where the underdog rises through the ranks, but a rough journey filled with abuse, drug use and potential…
Power, the only Starz series I religiously watch (s/o to mom’s cable subscription), returned for its second season this past Saturday. Showrunner Courtney Kemp Agboh spoke about how the female characters literally run the show.
Here’s your first look at Flesh and Bone, Starz’s upcoming ballet school drama from Breaking Bad writer/executive producer Moira Walley-Beckett. The trailer includes a flash of Sascha Redetsky (of Center Stage fame), chair throwing, and hyper-charged (and entirely cheesy) lines like, “I can’t do anything with some…
Some of us are cowering in our snow bunkers, sure, but April will be here soon enough, and with it, new Outlander episodes. In the meantime, Starz has released a sneak peek—specifically, the first full minute of the show's return. Come, watch soothing screensaver-like shots of a Scottish stream and bask in the warm…
This won't make the days until April pass any faster, but it will add some delight to your day: a video of Outlander cast members Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe and Tobias Menzies (a.k.a. Jamie, Claire and Black Jack/Frank) playing a rousing round of "This or That." It is unfairly cute.
This week on Outlander, events reached a crisis point—and then the show promptly abandoned us until next spring. I SHAKE MY FISTS AT YOU, STARZ.
This Sunday is the mid-season finale of Outlander or, as I like to call it, the Jamie Fraser's Muscles Variety Hour. And if you just heard distant wailing and sobbing, sorry, that was me opening an email from Starz announcing it won't be back until goddamn April.
This week on Outlander, we're roaming the Highlands, collecting rent. Well, Dougal and the MacKenzie men are collecting rent. Claire is mostly pouting. She is so, so sick of these people. Welcome to our heroine's emotional low point!
This week on Outlander: Witch Watch went to DefCon 1, Claire continues to banter with Jamie without realizing she wants to jump his bones and I really want a whole closet full of tasteful fichus.
Hello, and welcome back to the Thank God I Live in the Twenty-First Century Appreciation Hour. Or, as Starz insists on calling it, Outlander. Here be your recap, lassies. (Sorry, I promise I won't do that again.)
Well, that was fast: Deadline says Starz has already renewed Outlander for a second season, and so Jamie Fraser will continue to light up your life. Not that it's surprising, considering the pilot has picked up five million views (according to Starz). Season two will adapt Dragonfly in Amber and promises at least 13…
Circle up, ladies, and let's talk about the Starz adaption of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander. I really, really like this show and I hope it becomes massively, ludicrously, disgustingly popular.
Boom. The entire first episode of Outlander has been posted online, so now anyone can watch it. So ready your eyes for the knobby knees of kilt wearing hunks, knitted hats and so many sexy injuries. Plus get a good listen to Bear McCreary's score. And let us know what you think!
The new ten part miniseries from Starz's dives into Philippa Gregory’s War of the Roses trilogy, historical fiction about the women who ruled — and those who desperately wanted to rule — the medieval British court of the late 1400s.