Starz's adapted 'Outlander' series garnered considerable interest from fans of Diana Gabaldon's best-selling novels well before the series formally premiered, and it seems the cable network isn't waiting on its good fortune to greenlight another season. "Book Two" is officially a go for 'Outlander,' stretching the time-traveling romance into another season to come in 2015.
Starz's 'Outlander' has drawn a considerable amount of buzz toward its impending premiere, particularly with the recent Comic-Con 2014 presence teasing viewers of its sweeping adaptation. Now, the series premiere itself has fallen through time to make its way online a full week early, and you can watch its uncut entirety right now!
Fans of Diana Gabaldon's steamy sci-fi romance 'Outlander' have been eagerly anticipating the Starz adaptation due to premiere on August 9, but now the Ronald Moore drama will come a bit earlier than expected. And speaking of adult reading material, find out how close we came to having the '50 Shades of Grey' film instead tied up as a Starz TV series!
A literary phenomenon we can get behind without any shirtless vampires, werewolves or BDSM, Starz's forthcoming 'Outlander' TV series adaptation from 'Battlestar Galctica' creator Ron Moore opened the floodgates this past weekend, releasing its first trailer and several new photos for fans of Diana Gabaldon's books to salivate over. Plus, is a second season already ordered?
Some weeks ago we heard our first confirmation and casting of Starz's upcoming Ron Moore-helmed adaptation of 'Outlander,' casting Sam Heughan in the series lead role that brings Dianna Gabaldon's best-selling novels to life. Now, the Starz production has doubled-down on a dose of 'Game of Thrones,' adding HBO star Tobias Menzies in a dual role for the upcoming production.
Fans of the 'Outlander' book series have been eager to get a peek at Starz's upcoming adapted version of the sci-fi romance series, which earlier had been announced to series under 'Battlestar Galactica' helmer Ron Moore. Over the weekend, the premium cable network accidentally announced one of their top contenders for the leading male role, but will it prove true in the coming days?
As excited as we were for 'Battlestar Galactica' creator Ron Moore to return for Syfy's upcoming original series 'Helix,' it seems the prolific sci-fi vet has an even higher-profile gig at Starz! The cable network has officially issued a series order to time travel romance 'Outlander,' based on the popular Diana Gabaldon books of the same name, but just how involved will Ron Moore be?