Ronald D. Moore

Outlander EP Ronald D. Moore describes British show that's just people watching TV

There’s a hit British TV show that’s just people watching TV. Yes, you read that right.

In this clip from Entertainment Weekly: The Show, the host, panelists, and Outlander executive producer Ronald D. Moore discuss this series, called Gogglebox.

Moore admits he discovered the show in Scotland: “It was strangely, bizarrely compelling,” he says, admitting that he was “trapped for a good 40 minutes watching people watch TV.”

Sometimes, TV is stranger than fiction. Watch the full clip above.

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Outlander finale: Ronald D. Moore recaps season 2, and what death he regrets

The 13th episode of Outlander, “Dragonfly in Amber,” marked the second season finale the Starz series. (Tear!) We asked Executive Producer Ronald D. Moore to look back at the challenges of adapting Diana Gabaldon’s second book, Dragonfly in Amber, to the small screen — and what we can expect in season 3.

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Outlander EP Ronald D. Moore reacts to Golden Globe nominations, Sam Heughan snub

Outlanders, it’s time to break out some Scottish whisky and toast to the news that Outlander snagged a Golden Globe nomination for best drama series, with separate noms for show leads Caitriona Balfe and Tobias Menzies. It’s a huge accomplishment for Outlander showrunner Ronald D.

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The cast of Outlander previews season 2 in one word

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

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Comic-Con 2015: Here's everything you need to know before the Outlander panel

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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Outlander postmortem: EP Ronald Moore talks Geillis reveal, Claire's shocking choice

Spoiler alert! In its 11th episode, Outlander saw Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Geillis (Lotte Verbeek) prosecuted for witchcraft, which lead to the shocking discovery that Geillis is also from the future—1968, to be precise) While Claire was eventually rescued by Jamie (Sam Heughan)—and judging from the flogging she received, not a minute too soon—Geillis had no such luck and was hauled off to be burned at the stake.

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