NEW Interview with The Cast of Outlander from SyFy Wire   2 comments

Here is a NEW Interview with The Cast of Outlander from SyFy Wire

From SyFy Wire:

We’re four months and a few days into the latest #Droughtlander, as fans have to exist somewhere between Seasons 4 and 5 of Starz’s Outlander, the hit drama based on author Diana Gabaldon’s books. The series has been back in production around Scotland for the last two months, so appearances by the cast have been few and far between

More after the jump!

However, with Emmy nomination season in high gear in Los Angeles, Starz recently flew out their core Outlander cast of Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser), Caitriona Balfe (Claire Fraser), Richard Rankin (Roger Wakefield MacKenzie), and Sophie Skelton (Brianna Randall Fraser) to reflect on the fourth season with Television Academy voters, and some lucky fans, at the network’s Emmy Showcase in Century City.

After a hiatus filled with two film projects — Bloodshot with Vin Diesel and SAS: Red Notice with Andy Serkis — Heughan tells SYFY WIRE that he settled right back into his Fraser kilt, picking up Jamie’s story from the Season 4 cliffhanger.

“As we saw at the end of Season 4, he made a deal with the Redcoats and it’s the wrong side,” the actor says of Jamie’s predicament starting Season 5. “But, I think [otherwise], the characters feel settled. Fraser’s Ridge has flourished and they’ve really established their roots. You see how Jamie has built this incredible main house, and his family, and extended family, are living around him now. He’s become — without meaning to — the honorary clan chief. It’s a lot of responsibility, not only for his family, but his tenants, and everyone who lives in the area. With that comes responsibility, and that’s where he’s got himself into a problem.”


2 responses to “NEW Interview with The Cast of Outlander from SyFy Wire

Subscribe to comments with RSS.

  1. Great interviews above. Season 5 is going to be packed with lots of adventure and excitement. Should be very interesting.

  2. The drought of Outlander awards is unfathomable.

    Sandra Ninas-Scheffel

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: