When Shadow Moon is released from prison a few days early, following the death of his wife, he meets the enigmatic Mr. Wednesday and is conscripted into his employ as bodyguard. Attacked his first day on the job, Shadow quickly discovers that this role may be more than he bargained for.
Season Three picks up immediately after a pregnant Claire travels through the stones returning to her life in 1948. Meanwhile, in the 18th century, Jamie returns to the battle field and Scotland’s doomed last stand at Culloden.
Our friends across the pond have told us this is a must watch. Looks as if it’s time to play catch up. From the press release: Beverly Hills, Calif., December 15, 2016 – Starz announced today that the second installment of the Golden Globe® and Emmy® award-nominated thriller, “The Missing” will premiere on Sunday, February
Two huge roles have been cast! The Dunsany sisters have a huge impact on Jamie’s life after Culloden in Voyager. Ron Moore has done a wonderful job of staying faithful to Gabaldon’s novels. Let’s hope this season is not an exception, because #DROUGHTLANDER is unbearable. Beverly Hills, Calif., November 10, 2016 – The casting of new
Droughtlander is in full effect. So far I’ve spent it forcing friends & family to watch the show, as well as read the novels. It’s been a successful endeavor as of yet.
If you missed out on this #gonetoosoon classic, definitely tune in to STARZ on Thursday. You won’t regret the decision.
Fans were told there would be changes, and if you’re a book purist and a fan of A Song of Ice & Fire, aka Game of Thrones, the word “changes” can actually mean “Destroy awesome source material.” Fear not, Outlander fans. So far, so good. Changes from page-to-screen take place immediately.
We have our Brianna! Sophie Skelton will take on this fan favorite role in the fantasy drama’s sophomore season.
A Packed Ballroom 20 was treated to a trailer for season 2. And while Droughtlander continues, you can watch the panel in it’s (almost) entirety below. The Season 2 trailer included Frank, Bouton the dog and Mother Hildegard, a glimpse of Fergus, lavish sets, Murtagh, and *drumroll* a duel. They also released a clip of
I really thought the show was going to open with “I prayed all the way up that hill yesterday, he said softly. Not for you to stay; I didna think that would be right. I prayed I’d be strong enough to send ye away. He shook his head, still gazing up the hill, a faraway