We have good news and bad, Outlander fans. You’ll have to wait until November for the first Season 4 episodes, but Starz has given “Droughtlander” a deluge with full renewals for Seasons 5 and 6. Plus – first Season 4 photos!
Just when you thought the end of Game of Thrones Season 7 might cut you a break from must-see shows, in swoops fall TV with dozens upon dozens of new and returning TV series; enough to drive your DVR to self-immolation. Join us for a sneak peek!
The story of Outlander certainly doesn’t end with Claire returning to her time, and Starz is finally moving into that new era. Our first full trailer for Season 3 sees Claire living twenty years back home, all-the-while trying to get back to Jamie in the past.
There will come a day when Droughtlander becomes permanent, so we’d better soak it up now. Case in point, Outlander Season 3 has announced a September premiere date, along with a new poster and photos that will only increase your thirst.
The Droughtlander will remain until at least fall, but here’s a few drops in the meantime. Starz brings out the first footage of Outlander Season 3, as Claire returns to life in the ‘60s, while Jamie tries desperately to reconnect with his lost love through time.
The Droughtlander has nearly abated! We’re just days away from Starz debuting the first official teaser-trailer for Outlander Season 3, and to help tide you over, new photos have arrived of Claire in the 1960s, and beyond.
If ever Outlander fans had to endure drought, Season 3 might be it. Starz confirms that the next run of the breakout time-travel romance has been pushed to late summer, also bidding farewell to Scotland production in a new video teasing the next move.
At least some part of the year will always be spent in #Droughtlander, but the wait will end sooner than you think. As Outlander Season 3 begins production in Scotland, take a look at the first Starz photo, as well as a fresh synopsis for Book 3.
Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin may not agree with every change the HBO adaptation makes, but that wouldn’t push him so far as too root for an Outlander Emmy over his own series, would it? The author claims “Outlander was robbed” at this week’s Emmy nominations…