I just shared our combined playlist of Outlander videos because I've added about 10 videos and it is easier to share them all. Enjoy.
For those fans who love all the editions of the books (guilty as charged), you can now get two new ones:
Caitriona Balfe grew up in a tiny village in Ireland and took off for Paris at age 19 when she was signed to a modeling contract. That was years before she became known to TV fans as Claire Fraser, the time-traveling heroine of Outlander, the Starz show based on Diana Gabaldon’s popular series of books, which begins its fourth season on November 4.
The 39-year-old actress, who is newly engaged to Irish music producer Tony McGill and working on a new movie about car racing in the 1960s, Ford v. Ferrari, recently talked to Parade about avid fans and growing up a “ballsy” girl.
Are you good friends with Sam Heughan, who plays your soul mate, Jamie Fraser?
One of my favorite things about Outlander has been how Bear McCreary has changed up the theme song to reflect where Jamie and Claire are in the world.
Season one started with the very Scottish bagpipes in the theme which morphed into the French remix for season two and evolved to have the battle drums going into the second half of season two when Jamie and Claire were dragged into the Jacobite Rising.
The third season had a beautiful Caribbean tone to it which was both fun and amazing to listen too. And now it just gets better with the colonial feel of the music.
I do think my favorite is still the original but they are all masterful.
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