In case you missed it, Outlander has received two new cast members in the forms of Gary Young and Charlie Hiett.
Young, a graduate of the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in London and Toi Whakaari New Zealand Drama School, most recently appeared in the Netflix feature Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny and the Australian miniseries Secret City.
Mr. Willoughby is a man of Chinese decent with a deep knowledge of Eastern medicine. He is a talented poet in exile, with an even deeper love of women. Willoughby, a confidante of Jamie Fraser, speaks English well, but hides it when it suits him.
Hiett trained at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama has credits including the role of William Kent in The Suspicions of Mr Whincher on ITV, as well as Judge John Deed and M.I. High.
Leonard is the inexperienced, by-the-book de facto captain of the Artemis. Promoted quickly due to the untimely deaths of his commanding officers, Leonard takes his job very seriously, though it weighs heavily on his young shoulders. A third lieutenant, he never thought he would be the captain of a man-of-war ship. Above all, he wants to do what is right by the British Navy — whether or not it is right by his own personal morals.
On Wednesday, Outlander took home trophies at the 43rd People's Choice Awards! The awards they won include:
Unfortunately (depending how you look at it), Sam and Cait couldn't be at the PCA's because they were on location filming Outlander (I'm not really upset by that). However, Sam and Cait have a message which Starz posted to Twitter:
Sunday, December 11, 2016; Outlander won "Most Bingeworthy" show at the Critics Choice awards.
And then we found out about this....
Sam and Cait were both nomicated for Critic Choice Awards. Best Actress for Balfe and Best Actor for Heughan.
Well the Critics are right! It is the most binge worthy!
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