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NEW Interview with Ron D. Moore from IndieWire   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Ron D. Moore from IndieWire

From IndieWire:

If you thought it was a little excessive, for “Outlander” to wait until nearly halfway through the third season to bring together its star-crossed stars, know that showrunner Ronald D. Moore deemed it necessary.

More after the jump!

“I was firm on that,” he told IndieWire about denying fans the reunion of Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire (Caitriona Balfe). “I was like, ‘I want them to want it. I’m happy that they’re going a little crazy. Let’s make them earn it, getting them back together.’”

His reasons, though, weren’t based in sadism — instead, the veteran showrunner wanted to stay loyal to the novels he was adapting for the Starz drama. Thus, following Claire’s return to her own time at the end of Season 2, the couple at the center of the Starz drama would spend 20 years living separate lives in their original time periods.

“It felt like there was no scenario where we were just gonna skip over it or just do it in little flashbacks,” he said. “It’s too big of a change in who these people are, to not really show what they went through. I felt like, ‘Well, I want to see some of that story.’”

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Posted October 22, 2017 by primrosesandrue16 in Interviews, Outlander, Ron D. Moore

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One response to “NEW Interview with Ron D. Moore from IndieWire

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  1. No complaints here – a beautifully put together show. Loving every minute of it. I love the books and the TV series. So much creativity and hard work to give us a top notch story.

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