Here is a new BTS picture of Maril Davis and Matt B. Roberts from the set of Outlander
Here is Ron D. Moore’s interview with ArtsBeat
It was the episode that “Outlander” fans had long been awaiting — and dreading. In this Starz drama’s first-season finale, the 18th-century Scottish warrior Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) submitted to the brutal sexual advances of the evil redcoat Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies) in an attempt to free our heroine, Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe).
Here is an interview from Vulture with Ron D. Moore, Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan and Tobias Menzies.
Spoilers ahead for the season one finale of Outlander.
Here’s a new interview with Grant O’Rourke and Ron D.Moore from Access Hollywood
From Access Hollywood:
Cows to the resc-moo!
There were a number of dark and disturbing moments in the bold “Outlander” finale on Saturday night, but at Wentworth Prison, there was one memorable light one involving livestock.
A herd of cattle helped save Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan). Thanks to Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe) leaving a back door to Wentworth Prison unlocked, Murtagh (Duncan Lacroix) and the boys – Rupert (Grant O’Rourke) and Angus (Stephen Walters) – were able to use the hairy beasts to rescue Jamie.
Here’s a video of the Outlander cast interview with Collider
Warning: This video contains spoilers for Outlander season 1 and includes information about what’s to come in season 2. If you haven’t finished the first season and/or don’t want to know where the characters are heading next, do not watch this interview.
Now that that’s out of the way, how about a little preview of what’s to come inOutlander season 2? In season 1 we met Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe) and watched what happened when she accidentally traveled back in time to 18th century Scotland and fell for Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan). Going from 1945 to 1743 in a flash was clearly a very jarring experience for both Claire and Jamie, but it looks as though things are about to change big time yet again for the unlikely couple. In fact, they’re going to change so much that showrunner Ronald D. Moore said that prepping for season 2 is like prepping for a whole new series.
While the group was in New York City promoting the Outlander mid-season premiere back in April, I got to ask Moore, Balfe, Heughan and Lotte Verbeek for a little tease of what to expect in the next season. Check out what they told me in the video interview below.
Here is Caitriona Balfe’s interview with Inquisitr
Some blame Game of Thrones, with the rape of Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) by her husband Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon), for making the concept of sexual violence on television such a hot topic, but Outlander star Caitriona Balfe recently pointed out that Game of Thrones is not the first, nor is it the only series, to use sexual violence as a plot device. Including Balfe’s own Outlander, with the other series being Banished, Ms. Balfe mentions two historical dramas that have featured storylines which included rapes.
Here’s a new picture of Caitriona Balfe from LA Times
Here’s a new interview with Ron D. Moore from The Anglophile Channel
interview starts at 6:52