Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has set an April 10 release date for “Outlander: Season Three,” which is being released on Blu-ray Disc, DVD and Digital. A limited collector’s edition also will be available.
The season three discs will include 27 deleted and extended scenes with introductions by Moore, a gag reel and two featurettes.
There is also exclusive content on the Blu-ray and limited collector's edition which includes an additional scene with Lord John Grey and Lady Isobel Dunsany from the episode Of Lost Things and will include the recently released chemistry test of Sam and Cait.
In addition, the limited collector’s edition Blu-ray Disc will feature special packaging, including 28 pages of behind-the-scenes photographs.
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So that is definitely why Caitriona was cast because the chemistry is off the charts!
We've all been waiting for years to see the audition tape of Sam and Cait and now the time is upon us. Entertainment Tonight will be airing their audition tapes on Valentine's Day. That's right, tune in on February 14, 2018 to ET for the coveted audition tapes. Let's see the magic the PTBs (Powers That Be) over at Outlander saw when Sam and Cait read for them! Check your local listings to find out when it airs!
Are you excited? I am.
Psst... if you're catching this after the fact, I hope to have the videos to share... check the blog.
Are you wondering who Andrew MacNeil is? Me too. And then the description reminded me. Andrew MacNeil is a plantation owner near Cape Fear who is a key member of the Scottish community. I'm pretty sure he's the guy who is always showing up at Jocasta's home and has some authority in the community... lawyer? Magistrate? I barely remember and I could be wrong. But I wonder with this announcement if he'll be a bigger character on the show.
MacNeil will be portrayed by Craig McGinlay who definitely needs a bigger role because he's rather easy on the eyes. And apparently giving Sam a run for his money....
Welcome Denise Di Novi to the Outlander family. Above she's with Meril Davis on the set of season four.
Di Novi is mostly known for her work on Heathers, Original Sin, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants and Catwoman. And if you haven't seen Crazy, Stupid, Love; you should go watch it because it is great.
According to Matt Carter over at CarterMatt.com; Outlander has been pulling in more than 5 million viewers a week across all viewing platforms.
Matt reports that First Wife pulled in 1.64 million live viewers and with DVR numbers the number soared to 2.49 million. This doesn't include streaming or repeat viewing.
AND Uncharted pulled in 1.4 million live viewers and with DVR viewers climbed to 2.14 million viewers. So when the live numbers go down and so do the DVR numbers it is possible fans are catching it on a streaming device.
Take into account when this episode aired. Uncharted aired the Sunday after Thanksgiving which is an extremely busy time of year in the US. Some might think a holiday means more time but it is often less. So these viewers may have had to stream from a relatives home or catch it later on a re-showing.
Either way it appears Outlander has been doing well.
Outlander Season Three on Blu-Ray and DVD is now available for pre-order at Amazon. There is not cover art currently and you don't know what it is you're buying because there isn't a description of what will be included on the discs but it is up there for us loyal fans who are going to own it no matter what they put on those discs.
Bell Media has signed a multi-year content deal with Starz, the No. 2-ranked premium paid U.S. television platform.
As part of the deal, the channel The Movie Network Encore will get Starz branding next year.
Individual Starz shows have aired in Canada for years, including “Outlander,” which will remain on the Corus-owned specialty channel W in Canada, and “Black Sails.”
The brand new Starz spy thriller “Counterpart” launched Sunday on CraveTV. Starz has more on the way, including a new adaptation of “Howards End.”
*Check local listings for show times. Starz apps making episodes available at 12am ET.