Season 2 of Outlander won’t premiere on Starz until 2016, and Jesus H. Roosevelt Christ that’s a long wait. But never fear: the DVD/Blu-ray for the latter half of season 1 officially arrives next week, and EW has your exclusive first look at one of the deleted scenes featured on the upcoming release.
Fall marks the return of some of TV’s best shows – that is, all but one very special series, as Outlander fans all too aware of. Cue the violins – literally speaking, since EW has snagged an advance song from the upcoming Outlander soundtrack, an exclusive which gives fans a much-needed sip with which to quench their thirst during this latest (and longest) Droughtlander.
Readers love Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series (and the Starz TV adaptation dominated our EWWYs, too). But what specifically about these eight romance-packed books resonates with fans? Amazon has exclusively provided EW with the top Kindle highlights for each book, so you can see which passages made fellow Outlander fans’ hearts go a-flutter. Check them out below:
Enjoy the extended version of Outlander theme ‘The Skye Boat Song’ before season 2 returns — exclusive
You know that feeling you get while Outlander’s opening credits roll and you realize you’re just seconds away from watching Jamie Fraser convince you that men today should really wear kilts? Now you can replay the show’s main title theme until Outlander returns next year, because EW has the extended version of “The Skye Boat Song.”
You’ve read about this year’s EWwy nominees, seen them in action (both on the TV and in EW’s own nominee reels), and now we have one last thing to help you decide how to cast your vote: campaign posters for each nominee in the major acting categories.
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Meet the royal who could either help — or hurt — Jamie and Claire in the new season of Outlander.
When Outlander premiered last year, it was touted by some as the “off-season Game of Thrones.” Though the historical drama does share some similarities with the HBO series where literally nobody is ever safe (ever), Outlander has been roundly praised by critics and fans alike and its stellar season 1 finale left no doubt that the series stan
Outlander shifts to the French Court for season 2, which means star Sam Heughan will get out of his kilt – for at least some of the time.
“The first half is the French Court and very sexy and voluptuous,” Heughan said in an interview with Jessica Shaw and Dalton Ross on EW Live (SiriusXM Ch. 105) at Comic-Con. “And the second half is more blood and mud. Something for everyone.”
Here’s the sad news: another Droughtlander is here, as new episodes of the sexy time-travel series aren’t set to premiere until 2016. The good news: with an appearance at Comic-Con on Saturday, creator and showrunner Ronald D. Moore and his cast are likely to spill some Outlander details to tide fans over till then. To get you ready for the panel, here’s a refresher on where the Scotland-set drama left off.
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