There’s only one more episode of Outlander left this year! Episode eight is the mid-season finale, before the show goes on hiatus until early next year. So, here you have it, the preview for “Both Sides Now,” airing this Saturday on Starz.
Everyone recovered yet from tonight’s episode? No? Well, Starz has released more than a dozen new photos from episode 7, so that you can dissect all of the details of Claire’s wedding dress to your heart’s content. Isn’t her dress gorgeous? Serious kudos to designer Terry Dresbach for tonight’s amazing costumes.
People.com has an exclusive look at the upcoming episode of Outlander. In the three new pics, we get a glimpse at Claire and Jamie’s wedding night, which will be revealed this Saturday on Starz.
During the Outlander red carpet premiere at this year’s Comic-Con, we were lucky enough to chat with some of the cast and crew, including Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe. In our exclusive interview, Sam and Cait tell us what fans would most be surprised to learn about each other, which you can check out in the clip below. Love these two!
We were lucky enough to get the chance to interview some of the cast and crew of Outlander at the red carpet premiere earlier this summer in San Diego. Now that the crush of interviews has past, we thought we’d share our interview with Diana Gabaldon and Ron Moore, who discuss the episode eight cliffhanger, as well as which scene came closest to Diana’s imagination.
Saturday is a looong way away (well, five days, but who’s counting?) but the official Outlander site on Starz has added ten new stills to tide us over till the weekend. Enjoy!
Scotland Now has acquired some new set photos of the Outlander cast filming some of the final season one episodes in the seaside town of Troon, Scotland. The photos feature Caitriona, Sam, Duncan, and set extras, along with a fantastic period ship that they are all filming aboard. You can view all of their set photos over at Scotland Now.
P.S. check out Jamie’s hand (if you’re a fan of the book, you know the story behind that. Ouch!)