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"Outlander: Uncharted"

Sneak Peek new footage from the "Outlander" episode "Uncharted", written by Karen Campbell, Shannon Goss and directed by Charlotte Brandström, airing November 26, 2017 on Starz:

"...after making a leap of faith (into the ocean), 'Claire' washes up on an island where survival is her only option.

"Then 'Jamie devises a joyful moment for his crew in the midst of setbacks..."

"Outlander" is based on the "Outlander" series of historical time travel novels by author Diana Gabaldon, produced by Sony Pictures Television and Left Bank Pictures for Starz, starring Caitriona Balfe as 'Claire Randall'...

"... a married former 'World War II' nurse who in 1946 finds herself transported back to the Scotland of 1743, where she meets 'Highland' warrior 'Jamie Fraser' (Sam Heughan) and becomes embroiled in the 'Jacobite' uprisings.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Outlander: Uncharted"...
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Outlander: Is the Starz TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Five?

Vulture Watch Have Jamie and Claire found their way back to each other? Is the Outlander TV show cancelled or renewed for a fourth season on Starz? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Outlander season four. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? A Starz time travel drama, Outlander stars Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall and Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser. The cast also includes Tobias Menzies, Duncan Lacroix, Lotte Verbeek, Laura Donnelly, Steven Cree, Grant O’Rourke, Richard Rankin, and Sophie Skelton. Outlander, season three, is based on the third novel in Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander book series, Voyager. It picks up right after Claire (Balfe) leaves Jamie
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32 Gifts to Give Your Most Outlander-Obsessed Loved One

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If you have someone in your life that melts into a puddle at the mere mention of Sam Heughan's name or has mysteriously picked up a Scottish accent, chances are they're an Outlander fan. Diana Gabaldon's bestselling novels captured the hearts of millions of readers, and ever since the books were brought to life in an epic TV romance, the fervor surrounding Claire and Jamie's story has only intensified. Need an idea for what to give your Sassenach-loving loved one? Well, we've rounded up all the best gifts for Outlander fans ahead. RelatedWhat You Need to Know About the New Characters Joining Outlander Season 4
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Have You Noticed That Outlander's Theme Song Keeps Changing?

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If you find yourself humming along to Outlander's hauntingly beautiful and timeless theme song during the opening credits, you're not the only one. Each season of the show has distinct themes that have been organically reflected in the credit sequence and score; Celtic instruments are played in season one's rendition, while the viola de gamba and French lyrics heard in season two give off the Parisian vibe. In season three, the music completely changes to fit the Caribbean theme after episode nine, "The Doldrums," in which Jamie and Claire begin their journey to the region to find young Ian after he is kidnapped. While the opening montage usually changes to the fit the season and setting, the true essence of the score "The Skye Boat Song" remains the same. Originally an 18th century old Scottish folk song by Sir Harold Boulton, and later a 19th century poem by Robert Louis Stevenson
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‘Outlander’ episode 3.10 video recap: Claire races against time to save lives in ‘Heaven and Earth’ [Watch]

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‘Outlander’ episode 3.10 video recap: Claire races against time to save lives in ‘Heaven and Earth’ [Watch]
In “Heaven and Earth,” the tenth episode of season three of the Starz hit drama “Outlander,” Claire (Caitriona Balfe) races to discover the source of an epidemic aboard a disease-stricken ship before hundreds of sailors die. Jamie (Sam Heughan) locks horns with the ship’s captain, Fergus (César Domboy), and finds himself torn between loyalty and love. The episode was […]
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Outlander: Why Does Claire Jump Off the Porpoise? An Explanation

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At the end of this week's Outlander, Claire escapes the Porpoise by plunging into the cold, dark ocean with only a couple barrels to use as a raft. It all has to do with warning her husband about a man aboard the British ship, but if all that left you a bit confused (and if you also had trouble remembering who that Tompkins fellow is), we're here to help. On the show, Claire hears that the Porpoise perhaps encountered the Bruja a few weeks ago. As that is the ship carrying young Ian, she goes to the captain's quarters to investigate and finds out that someone on the ship recognized Jamie and told the captain that he is a wanted man in Scotland. The plans are to turn him over to the British authorities when they reach the West Indies. RelatedOutlander: Actor John Bell Spills on Ian's Kidnapping and What's Next (a Snake Pit!
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‘Outlander’ Review: Tumultuous Waters Rip Claire and Jamie Apart

‘Outlander’ Review: Tumultuous Waters Rip Claire and Jamie Apart
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for “Outlander” Season 3 Episode 10, “Heaven & Earth.”]

Unrequited, Requited Love

Following last week’s cliffhanger, Claire and Jamie spent the entirety of “Heaven & Earth” separated as Claire battled the typhoid outbreak on the British ship that kidnapped her and Jamie was locked up below on the Artemis for trying to go after his wife. Given how little there was for Jamie to do under those circumstances (other than to brood over his loss), we were forced to navigate the duo’s relationship through monologues and voice-overs. Or, in the case of Claire, the love part of this love story survived through sheer speculation about what might happen to Jamie once all parties reach Jamaica.

Obviously, trouble follows this couple no matter what country (or open body of water) they find themselves in, but it was nice to take a break from that story in order to let each character breathe a little and come into their own.
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‘Outlander’ Review: Tumultuous Waters Rip Claire and Jamie Apart

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‘Outlander’ Review: Tumultuous Waters Rip Claire and Jamie Apart
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for “Outlander” Season 3 Episode 10, “Heaven & Earth.”]

Unrequited, Requited Love

Following last week’s cliffhanger, Claire and Jamie spent the entirety of “Heaven & Earth” separated as Claire battled the typhoid outbreak on the British ship that kidnapped her and Jamie was locked up below on the Artemis for trying to go after his wife. Given how little there was for Jamie to do under those circumstances (other than to brood over his loss), we were forced to navigate the duo’s relationship through monologues and voice-overs. Or, in the case of Claire, the love part of this love story survived through sheer speculation about what might happen to Jamie once all parties reach Jamaica.

Obviously, trouble follows this couple no matter what country (or open body of water) they find themselves in, but it was nice to take a break from that story in order to let each character breathe a little and come into their own.
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'Outlander' Producer on Claire's "Rock Star Move" and That Missed Connection

[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Outlander, "Heaven and Earth."]

Claire (Caitriona Balfe) is out of the frying pan and into the fire on Starz's Outlander. Or rather, make that out of the infested plague ship and into the ocean.

After getting abducted to try and cure a ship filled with men battling typhoid fever, Claire got to work during Sunday's installment of the Starz genre drama and found the source of the infection. But when she learned that as soon as the ship would dock in Jamaica, the men would use her as bait to arrest...
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TV Review: Outlander: Season 3, Episode 9: The Doldrums [Starz]

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Outlander The Doldrums Review Starz’s Outlander: Season 3, Episode 9: The Doldrums, like the France episodes of Season 2, expanded the scope of Outlander once more while also showcasing why Yi Tien Cho / Mr. Willoughby (Gary Young) was a salient character. When Mr. Willoughby was introduced on Outlander, the [...]

Continue reading: TV Review: Outlander: Season 3, Episode 9: The Doldrums [Starz]
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Day Of The Dead: Bloodline – Early Details and Poster!

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Saban Films will release the upcoming horror film Day Of The Dead: Bloodline in Theaters, on VOD and Digital HD on January 5, 2018. Day Of The Dead: Bloodline, a reimagining of George A. Romero’s cult classic, stars Johnathon Schaech (“Legends of Tomorrow,” Prom Night), Sophie Skelton (Starz’s “Outlander,” 211), Marcus Vanco (“The Shannara Chronicles,” Unbroken) and Jeff Gum (The Forgiven, Primal). The film was directed by Hèctor Hernández Vicens (The Corpse of Anna Fritz) and was …

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‘Outlander’ Stars Respond To Porn Subtitles Mixup

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W Network’s “Outlander” got a little steamier than expected for fans in Brazil. Related: Caitriona Balfe And Sam Heughan Give Fans A Preview Of The ‘Outlander’ Season 3 Finale During a recent airing of the series, the Portugese subtitles got mixed up with an actual porno, as one fan noted. BrazilIan #Outlander fans were red-faced when […]
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This New Outlander Character Has a Big Future in the Books

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Last week, Outlander introduced a character who may have seemed like a passing annoyance at the time: Laoghaire's daughter Marsali. She's a teenager who calls Jamie "daddy" because it turns out Laoghaire married Jamie in Claire's absence. But on the latest episode, "The Doldrums," Marsali proves to be more than a fleeting figure as she stows away aboard the Artemis with Fergus . . . her new husband! Yes, it seems Laoghaire's daughter and Jamie's de facto son are in love and have been "handfast," a Scottish marriage tradition (though, legally, Scottish law requires them to be wed in front of a member of the clergy). But you can bet that the second Fergus and Marsali have a chance, they're going to make things official (because Jamie refuses to let them share a bed until they're legally married). On the Outlander set last year, actress Lauren Lyle told me what it was like
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Some Important Context About the Typhoid Fever Outbreak on Outlander

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On the latest episode of Outlander, titled "The Doldrums," Claire and Jamie set sail on The Artemis in search of young Ian, who has been kidnapped by pirates aboard a ship called The Bruja flying under a Portuguese flag. Once aboard, they are overtaken by a Man o' War, a famous type of British naval ship with three masts and a crew numbering nearly 500 (some sources say up to 800). But this Man o' War, called The Porpoise, doesn't want to loot The Artemis or press its men into service; the crew is actually suffering from a bout of typhoid fever and its captain needs Claire's medical assistance right away. But just why is typhoid fever so dangerous? This bacterial infection is brought on by exposure to salmonella typhi, which grows in intestines and blood. It is spread by eating or drinking food or water contaminated by the feces of an
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‘Outlander’ Review: Claire and Jamie Deal With Superstition On the High Seas in Tempestuous Episode

‘Outlander’ Review: Claire and Jamie Deal With Superstition On the High Seas in Tempestuous Episode
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for “Outlander” Season 3 Episode 9, “The Doldrums.”]

Unrequited, Requited Love

Blame Fergus and his new “wife,” blame seasickness, blame superstition or blame another twist of fate. Whatever the object of your blame, this week marked another episode of unrequited love — at least in the physical sense — for the show’s two leading characters. As Claire and Jamie headed out to sea in search of young Ian they were forced to sleep in separate quarters, with barely enough privacy for Jamie to puke in peace, let alone get it on with his wife.

Sure, all of that didn’t stop the pair from eventually having (a very literal) quickie during a celebrated rainstorm on deck, but since barely any clothes came off and there was no foreplay to speak of, it doesn’t exactly count. Not when stacked up to some of this season’s more epic love scenes, at any rate. Considering these two will now be
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‘Outlander’ Review: Claire and Jamie Deal With Superstition On the High Seas in Tempestuous Episode

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‘Outlander’ Review: Claire and Jamie Deal With Superstition On the High Seas in Tempestuous Episode
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for “Outlander” Season 3 Episode 9, “The Doldrums.”]

Unrequited, Requited Love

Blame Fergus and his new “wife,” blame seasickness, blame superstition or blame another twist of fate. Whatever the object of your blame, this week marked another episode of unrequited love — at least in the physical sense — for the show’s two leading characters. As Claire and Jamie headed out to sea in search of young Ian they were forced to sleep in separate quarters, with barely enough privacy for Jamie to puke in peace, let alone get it on with his wife.

Sure, all of that didn’t stop the pair from eventually having (a very literal) quickie during a celebrated rainstorm on deck, but since barely any clothes came off and there was no foreplay to speak of, it doesn’t exactly count. Not when stacked up to some of this season’s more epic love scenes, at any rate. Considering these two will now be
See full article at Indiewire »

Damsel in Distress Claire Isn't What Outlander Needs Right Now

Claire (Caitriona Balfe) is in trouble again on Outlander, but this time on the high seas!

She and her husband Jamie (Sam Heughan) found passage on a boat heading to Jamaica in hopes of finding young Ian (John Bell), who was kidnapped in last Sunday's episode. Claire is now in a similar situation

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'Outlander' Sets Sail and Brings Drama on the High Seas

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Outlander, "The Doldrums."]

Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire (Caitriona Balfe) have been ripped apart again as Starz's beloved adaption of Outlander officially set sail during Sunday's episode.

During "The Doldrums," Jamie and Claire learned that life at sea was equally as dangerous as their time on land. With a crew near mutiny after being stuck at sea, another ship — ravaged by disease — took Claire away from Jamie after she helped eradicate the typhoid that nearly wiped out its crew. The episode ended with a shot of Claire, panicked and helpless, as she was...
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