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NEW HQ BTS and Stills from Outlander Season 4   Leave a comment

Here are NEW HQ BTS and Stills from Outlander Season  4

Outlander – Season 4 – Episode 401 – “America The Beautiful”

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NEW HQ Stills for Outlander 4×07 “Down The Rabbit Hole”   Leave a comment

Here are NEW HQ Stills for Outlander 4×07 “Down The Rabbit Hole”

Outlander – Season 4 – Episode 407

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NEW BTS Video of Oliver Finnigan from Outlander STARZ – “Playing William”   Leave a comment

Here is a NEW BTS Video of Oliver Finnegan from Outlander STARZ – “Playing William”

*New* Diana Gabaldon’s Interview With Town & Country   1 comment

From Town & Country

Some fans of the books were never keen on that ring to begin with, as it represented a major departure from Diana Gabaldon’s novels. In the text, Claire’s ring is described as featuring a “Highland interlace pattern, the links engraved with tiny, stylized thistle blooms.”

And it is that ring, crafted by Murtagh out of silver from Jamie’s mother’s candle stick, that we see Claire receive in tonight’s episode, as a replacement for the one Bonnet stole.

Gabaldon was a fan of the show’s solution.

“Oh I thought it was very clever how they did it. It worked in extremely well with the plot that they had going, how they had worked that particular bit,” Gabaldon told T&C during a conversation earlier this year.

“I assumed it to be kind of their way of apologizing to the readers who were upset about the first ring, by giving them a ring that more closely resembled what they might have had in mind.”

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*New* Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe’s Interview With THR For Episode 4×06 of Outlander “Blood of My Blood”   1 comment

From THR:

The relatively quiet episode featured major emotional developments for both Claire and Jamie, and Balfe and Heughan were glad to see their characters move forward in such a big way in this episode.

“For Jamie, it’s really bittersweet,” Heughan tells The Hollywood Reporter of the character’s time with his son. “He has always wanted to be a father, and Willie was very dear to him. He had a really great influence on him at Helwater, but now for Willie to be there in his life and he can’t even tell him that he’s his father, it’s pretty tough for him.”

He pauses, then adds, “Thankfully, by the end of the episode, Willie has that realization of who his father is or could be. It’s beautiful. It’s nice for Jamie to finally interact with his son but also [with] John Grey. He’s an important ally and friend.”

While Claire’s interactions with John have always been prickly, finally having an open conversation about their shared love for Jamie means the two former frenemies can become something more like friends.

“As the season goes on, John Grey will play a bigger role as well,” Balfe tells THR. “For Claire, those scenes where John Grey is ill and she’s tending to him, they were really beautiful scenes and very emotional. It was heartbreaking to see this man live with this unrequited love and the heartbreak that that has caused him. And when he tells Claire about this offer that Jamie made, I don’t think there is any part of Claire that is threatened by that.”

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*New* Sam Heughan’s Interview With PopSugar   1 comment

 

From PopSugar:

“The stuff with Willie, for me and for Jamie, was really interesting stuff, to see where that relationship has gone to and developed,” says Heughan, adding that there was definitely “an awakening in Willie as to who his father might actually be.”

“I was always looking forward to John Grey coming back, [and] I was definitely looking forward to those scenes,” he said. “[David Berry and Oliver Finnegan] are great actors as well, so it was a nice side story for Jamie and Claire this season.”

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NEW Interview with David Berry from TV Insider   Leave a comment

Here is a NEW Interview with David Berry from TV Insider

From TV Insider:

In Outlander’s most recent episode, “Blood of My Blood,” another fan-favorite character returned to the series: Lord John Grey (David Berry).

Last time fans saw him, he was serving governor of Jamaica and helping Jamie and Claire locate Young Ian. He was first introduced into the Outlander world as the governor of Ardsmuir Prison, where he and the Scotsman began a friendship. But for Lord John, his feelings grew into love.

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