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10 Books Like Outlander to Get You Through the Show’s Hiatus

Well, everyone, it's that time of year again: #Droughtlander is officially upon us.

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Outlander Introduces Slavery Into Its Narrative So Claire & Jamie Can Make Heart Eyes in Jamaica

The ways in which this episode of Outlander made me cringe and rage were varied and immense. From the "tropical drum beat" added to the opening song, to the fact that it's an episode filled with nameless black people, and that Claire ends up participating in slavery. Ugh, guys, you should have just stayed in Europe.

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Outlander Has a Lot in Common With a Beloved Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode

How a person mentally handles having lived so long a time in seemingly another world is what makes Outlander so interesting to watch, and every time I do, I’m reminded of a much-beloved episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation—one that touches on how its main character also deals with multiple lives and realities.

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Things We Saw Today: Willem Dafoe’s Original Green Goblin Mask Was Next-Level Nightmare Fuel

Willem Dafoe's original Green Goblin look was much more like a creepy Halloween mask.

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This Outlander Teaser Is Pretty Brutal For Jamie/Claire Shippers

If you're a fan of the Jamie and Claire ship, you might find this new Outlander teaser pretty tough to get through.

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Things We Saw Today: Andrew Garfield and Idina Menzel Star in Absurd Trailer for Teenage War

Stephen Colbert, inspired by Monster Trucks, takes the ideas of eight children to create a dramatic story of two teenagers named Bob with an A-list cast.

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William Shatner Versus the Outlander Fandom

A lesson in toxic fandom and imbalance of power.

After months upon months of Twitter backlash and fighting on both sides, many Outlander fans are accusing William Shatner of bullying them into silence. But what's really going on here?

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Things We Saw Today: Urban Exploring Crew Stumbles Across Episode VIII Millennium Falcon Set

Oblivion State, which is a forum dedicated to the activity of "urban exploring" (although they definitely advise against breaking and entering), shared a few photos from a group who somehow stumbled across the Millennium Falcon set from Star Wars: Episode VIII. I'm not sure how they were able to get past security (or blasters), but the resulting pics are really great.

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Exclusive: Meet Emma Sheridan, the Outlander-Obsessed Heroine of KC Dyer’s Finding Fraser

I met Jamie Fraser when I was nineteen years old. I fell in love hard, fast, and completely. He was the perfect man. That he was fictional hardly entered into it.

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Things We Saw Today: Mariska Hargitay Reads The #Hamiltome

In the criminal justice system... who lives, who dies, who tells your story?

Some of us have yet to get our hands on the #Hamiltome (otherwise known as Hamilton: The Revolution, which delves into the making of the famous musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda and the history that was adapted to create the smash Broadway hit). Law & Order:SVU's Mariska Hargitay, a self-professed Hamilfan, was approached by Miranda himself to do some of the reading on the audiobook, and you can listen to an excerpt here.

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Review: Slow-Simmering Season 2 of Outlander May Be More Intriguing Than the Last

Saturday night, seaso 2 of Outlander returned to Starz for its 13-episode run. The series, based on Diana Gabaldon’s extremely popular book series, has a pretty rabid fandom, which I saw in full force at the New York premiere screening, including several cosplayers.

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Everything is Grander and More Vibrant in This Promo for Outlander Season 2

It's almost here! Season 2 of Outlander is very nearly upon us at this point, and the gracious folks over at Starz have decided to give us even more of a sneak peek into what Claire and Jamie are up to now that they've left the dreary hills of Scotland for the much more vibrant city life in Paris.

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Things We Saw Today: Outlander Casts Its Brianna

We have our Brianna! It was announced earlier this week that Sophie Skelton has been cast in Outlander. Those who have read the books know exactly where she comes in to the story--and all I can tell you is that it's sooner than you might think. She joins actor Richard Rankin, who was cast as Roger Wakefield (a role with important connections to Brianna) at the end of last year.

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Outlander Season 2 Preview Reveals New Beginnings and Bigger Stakes

And je suis prest.

Yesterday the official Twitter account for the TV show gave us a follow-up to that teaser--diving deeper into the deception and richness that will make up season 2. And I mean literal richness, because Jamie and Claire are dressed to the nines and living in a super swanky apartment in France--but it's not all fancy parties and good food.

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The Trailer For Outlander Season 2 Is Here, Sassenachs

The first trailer for the second season of Outlander has arrived--and man oh man, does it look good.

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Everything Outlander Got Right in Its Inaugural Season

Strong women and strong relationships galore.

When it was first announced that the Outlander series was being made into a television show, the news was met with guarded excitement. Fans had been waiting for years for an adaptation that would do justice to the characters and the story. And then there were more murmurs when it turned out that the show would be airing on Starz, which certainly provided more opportunities to keep the series from being watered down for network television.

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Things We Saw Today: Here is a Chocolate Benedict Cumberbatch, What a Time to Be Alive

That vacant stare tho

I hope if society falls apart tomorrow, this is the artifact future civilizations will judge us by. This and Johnlock fanart.

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Here’s Outlander‘s Official Return Trailer & Some Talk Of A Certain Impending Scene

Let's discuss.

I'm just gonna come out and say that I'm pretty scared about Outlander's April 4 return.

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Here’s A Tease For Outlander‘s Return, Looming Darkness & All

Oh, aye, Sassenach.

Here's your reminder that Outlander is returning eventually (April 4), and as Sam Heughan says, "if you liked the first half of the season, the second half of the season's a lot darker."

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Watch Bear McCreary Performing Songs From The Outlander Score Live At SDCC

Oh, aye, Sassenach.

Outlander premiered this year at San Diego Comic-Con, and composer/super-talented performer Bear McCreary was there to bless the audience with his music. Here with fiddler Paul Cartwright and singer Raya Yarbrough, McCreary performs the themes from Outlander.

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