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  1. Outlander Already Renewed For Second Season; Star Sam Heughan Auditioned For Game of Thrones Seven Times

    That's—wait for it—outlandish!

    Only one episode of the time-traveling bodice ripper that is Outlander has actually aired on the Starz network so far, but the show's definitely coming back for another season. Gosh, I can't imagine why everyone's so interested in... um... what was I saying? I got distracted by Sam Heughan's withering Scottish smolder. Excuse me.

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  2. First Trailer For Outlander Series from Starz [Video]

    All this has happened before...

    Time traveling historical romance novel Outlander is getting a TV adaptation over at Starz, helmed by Ronald D. Moore of Battlestar Galactica fame, and we've finally gotten our first look at it. Diana Gabaldon's novel is pretty brutal and romantic and it looks like that has carried over into the TV series, which bodes well for fans. Can't wait to see more! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  3. George R.R. Martin Has a New Novella Coming Out, and It’s About Those Crazy, Crazy Targaryens

    Winter Is Coming

    Are you a fan of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series? If so, do you like the Targaryens? If so, here, have some good news: George R.R. Martin is releasing a novella about the Targaryen Civil War in an upcoming anthology called Dangerous Women. Called The Princess and the Queen, Martin describes it as the "true (mostly) story of the origins of the Dance of the Dragons."

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  4. What Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander Series and Battlestar Galactica Have in Common

    All this has happened before...

    Their transition to television is backed by Star Trek alumni Ron Moore. Obviously, Battlestar Galactica has already made it through its run, but word on the street is Moore is shopping a television version of Diana Gabaldon's successful book series. The seven books in the Outlander series are hard to pin down to a single genre: romance? historical fiction? science fiction? fantasy? military history? But with True Blood and Game of Thrones both on the air, it seems like it might be a pretty interesting experiment for networks, and one that could be spun in any number of ways depending on who picks it up. What do I mean? Well, lets talk about what Outlander is about.

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