Today on Twitter both Cait and Sam announced that filming for Season 2 is done. Cait, Sam and executive producer Ron Moore also expressed their gratitude for the hard work of the cast and crew.
And I bet some are wondering why the show isn't airing sooner than April 9. The answer is editing. There is a lot that goes into making a show and now that filming has wrapped they must decide what is going into the episode and what they will cut out. The work is never done.
Along side that Outlander released the above picture of the Duke of Sandringham played by Simon Callow. Now don't we wonder what the Duke is up to now?
Apparently Claire would use the poop emoji? But Sam thinks Jamie would want to go to Uranus. I think these two have too much fun together.
"Sex, rugs and rolls in the hay! It’s the time-traveling epic that turned on a nation. As Starz’s hit drama Outlander returns for season 2, EW is pulling back the curtain on all the steamy twists and surprise turns ahead. To continue reading more on Outlander (and those crazy good sex scenes!), buy the new issue of Entertainment Weekly here, or pick it up on newsstands Friday – and subscribe now for all the exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. Just keep your smelling salts handy…"
Sam Heughan doesn’t like to let down the fans.
But the hunky star of Outlander – Starz’s hit series that returns April 9 – always feels like he’s the bearer of bad news when he has to remind folks of the fact that he and his onscreen wife, Caitriona Balfe (Claire Fraser), aren’t an item in real life.
“I think there was a little bit of upset by some fans,” Heughan admits to EW. “It slightly saddens me but I guess it means that we’ve done a good job.”
SINCE hitting screens in 2014, U.S television series Outlander has brought Scottish history and Scottish actor Sam Heughan into the spotlight.
Ahead of the release of the second series, we spoke to Sam about the ‘Outlander effect’, his favourite places to film and his knowledge of Scottish history.
Outlander might not be a phrase Scottish audiences are all too familiar with. Despite being filmed on Scottish soil and based largely on real events, the vast majority of its fans are on the other side of the world in countries including Japan, Brazil and Australia.
Read more: http://www.scotsman.com/heritage/people-places/sam-heughan-outlander-helped-me-rediscover-scotland-1-4037204#ixzz41E1snQ8G
Starz recently let slip the titles of the first two episodes for Season Two. This might be too spoilery for some so I'm putting them behind the cut just to be sure.
I don't know about your but I'm the type who wants to see anything coming up about the show so I love the pictures. It doesn't spoil it for me because it will be more about Cait and Sam becoming Claire and Jamie when the show starts. But for those of you who don't want to be spoiled... do not click below.... oh and I hope the above picture isn't spoilery for you...
Outlander's Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan Tease More "Back Stabbing and Darkness" in Season 2
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