Here are the official photos from Episode 4-The Gathering, to tide you over until Saturday, at least. 🙂
Costume designer (and Ron Moore’s better half) Terry Dresbach has updated her blog to include an inside look at Geillis’ so-called ‘monkey jacket,’ which was worn by Lotte Verbeek on episode three of Outlander. Terry has some great behind-the-scenes wardrobe info on her blog, so make sure you check out all of the wonderful pieces on her site!
Want to go behind-the-scenes with every new episode of Outlander? Listen in on the new official Outlander podcast, which is now available on iTunes. Executive producer Ronald D. Moore gives his commentary on all of the show details on each week’s new episode, which you can download and listen to HERE!
Starz had fantastic news for fans today. After airing only one episode, it was announced that Outlander had already been picked up for a second season! According to Deadline, the second season, which will be based off of Diana’s book, Dragonfly In Amber, will consist of at least 13 episodes. Happy Friday, indeed!
In one of their newest on-set videos, Starz goes behind-the-scenes with the cast of Outlander to talk about how Scotland’s beauty has influenced the series and their characters. See what the cast and crew had to say about the bonny land over here on their site!
Sam Heughan has ditched the kilt in favor of some lederhosen (yes, you read that right) in a new photo shoot for Just Jared. The photos, which are part of the Just Jared Spotlight Series, offer a behind-the-scenes look at their upcoming exclusive interview and photos, which hit their website this Thursday. We’ll be sure to post the final product when it becomes available, but for now, you can see all of their behind-the-scenes pics HERE!
As we reported yesterday, TV Guide Magazine is promoting Outlander on its new issue, and we got teased with a sneak peek of the new cover. Today, TV Guide released the full cover, which features Caitriona and Sam in character as Claire and Jamie, along with another lovely pic from the photo shoot. Love it! You can also read a couple of new articles from TV Guide at the links below.
In a great new interview with the Reading Eagle, actor Sam Heughan discusses his feelings on fame, family, and how he first got the acting bug. The article is a must-read for fans of Sam, since it’s one of the more personal interviews we’ve seen so far with the Outlander actor (and we kind of like him even more now, if that’s possible). You can read the full article over at the Reading Eagle.
“I had four people in my class at school. You don’t have many friends because there’s just no one there in the borders of Scotland. So you have to make up stories. I think I still do.”