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Outlander Season Finale Review: Looking Ahead To The Drums of Autumn

Outlander is the kind of show that has significance in everything it does. Every piece of dialogue and every way a scene is shot, has meaning. It could take immediate effect, or it could take a whole season to make sense of one scene that seemed small at the time. Outlander‘s third season finale delivered on both accounts. It may seem small to focus on such things considering the massive scale of what season three accomplished. This is the same show that successfully covered not two, but four different decades across two different centuries, and traveled two different continents! I cannot oversell the enormity of what this series has accomplished this year. You almost have to laugh when you realize that the beautiful, epic parting shot of "Eye of the Storm" is far from the end of the story. It’s the shock of realizing that after such a sweeping, monumental season, the story isn’t even halfway done! The end of this season, based on Diana Gabaldon’s third book in the Outlander series, Voyager, looks ahead to the future. In closing several chapters of the Fraser’s past, we look ahead to the Drums of Autumn. READ MORE...

Outlander Season 3 Episode 13 Review: Eye of the Storm

So long Caribbean, hello America! Jamie's perpetual sea sickness is finally at an end on Outlander Season 3 Episode 13 , but that storm may take a while to get out of his system. There were several really beautiful shots in "The Eye of the Storm," proving once again that Outlander has earned it's place at the premier television table. The entire storm scene was well down, but there were several shots that stood out. The wall of water coming at the ship and the pull away so we could see the eye of the storm really stood out.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/12/outlander-season-3-episode-13-review-eye-of-the-storm/

Outlander Season-Finale Recap: The Tempest

Even for Outlander, this finale is a lot.   ...Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2017/12/outlander-recap-season-3-finale.html?utm_source=nym&utm_medium=f1&utm_campaign=feed-full

Outlander Season 3 Finale Recap: Loose Lips, Sunken Ship, Thwarted Trip

Need to catch up? Check out the previousOutlander recap here. Claire, may I humbly suggest that you never set foot on a seafaring vessel ever again? If the vagaries of 18th-century sea travel arent tough enough on their own, this weeks Outlander caps a season in which Mrs. James Fraser was pressed into service as [] http://tvline.com/2017/12/10/outlander-recap-season-3-finale-claire-kills-geillis-dies-dead/

Outlander Review: [SPOILER] Returns With Plans For The Frasers

Aside from Jamie and Claire’s reunion, there is one other moment Outlander fans have been waiting to see this season. Claire has had many reunions with many people since returning to the 18th century, but this may be the most pivotal one. Shockingly enough, Jamie sees an important ghost from his past as well. If you have not watched the latest Outlander, turn back now, because we’re about to reveal the major characters who made their grand returns. The story picks up from Young Ian’s perspective as he is dumped in a pit in Jamaica. The only thing he knows is that he is to be taken to "The Bakra". His question of ‘what’ instead of ‘who’ the Bakra is can be taken as the correction pronoun. While the Bakra is a who, indeed a she, the woman has taken many forms and many identities across two different centuries. Only Geillis Duncan would return to Outlander dripping from a tub of blood. READ MORE...

Outlander Recap: Never Look Bakra

Its frigging Geillis! Remember her?   ...Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2017/12/outlander-recap-season-3-episode-12.html?utm_source=nym&utm_medium=f1&utm_campaign=feed-full

Outlander Season 3 Episode 12 Review: The Barka

Geillisis back and witchierthan ever! We find out on Outlander Season 3 Episode 12 that 20 years hasn't dimmed her fervor for Scottish Nationalism. In fact, she's more dedicated than when we last saw her. I hope you watched with the captions off so that the surprise wasn't ruined for you. Because watching Lotte Verbeekrise out of that bath of red corn syrup goats blood was a hell of an experience. John Bell didn't let her do all the heavy lifting in their scene together though. He nailed that mix of disgust and lust. His reaction to his revelation about Jamie was just close enough to humor without crossing a line that would have broken the mood.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/12/outlander-season-3-episode-12-review-the-barka/

Outlander: Is [Spoiler] the Savior Claire and Jamie Need?

It's a party of old faces on Outlander as Jamie ( Sam Heughan ) and Claire's ( Caitriona Balfe ) friends and foes all convene on the island of Jamaica. The couple finally made it to land in Sunday's episode, "The Bakra," and were relieved to find out that Young Ian ( John Bell ) had been brought to port.   ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/outlander-the-bakra-recap/?rss=breakingnews

Outlander Recap: Fancy Meeting You Here, Plus: Guess Who's Not Dead?

Need to catch up? Check out the previousOutlander recap here. Not one but two blasts from the past interrupt Claire and Jamies tropical getaway in this weeks Outlander, and I honestly cant say which one tickles me more. Is it Lord John, the newly appointed governor of Jamaica, who elicits wildly different reactions in Mr. [] http://tvline.com/2017/12/03/outlander-recap-season-3-episode-12-geillis-alive-returns-the-bakra/

Outlander Review: A New Outlander In Uncharted Waters

If you’re expecting to tune in to Outlander and see the beautiful Scottish Highlands, you’ll be waiting years. The show’s scenery has just dramatically changed to a much warmer, more mysterious climate. The tales and lore of the Highlands are nothing compared to the dangers in the the 18th century Caribbean. All manner of pirates, superstition, and danger that came with colonization. Claire Fraser has been through a heck of a lot. Washing up on the shores of a Caribbean island? That’s new. The only way she and Jamie can survive long-term is to find each other again. Even then, can they get through an entire hemisphere of unknown dangers? Claire may look young, and she may even be fit enough to take on such an arduous journey. Keep in mind though, Claire is actually around 50 years of age by this point in the story. Without proper food and water, she gets through those first few days on the island through sheer force of will. Fear also has something to do with it, especially in regards to that boa constrictor. How would you like waking up with that on top of you? Eventually, Claire finds help on the island, through the aid of Father Fogden. Claire is very grateful of the aid, though much more wary of a man who takes his advice from a coconut. Fogden is a curious man, but he’s not a bad one. He knows what it is like to lose the love of his life, and wouldn’t want that for Claire. READ MORE...