Diana Gabaldon, author of the Outlander series, recently announced on Twitter book 9 of the series (Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone) will be out in 2019. Your elation can be short-lived once you realize there are 365 days in 2019. Sure the book is coming sometime in the next year but are we looking at Spring, Summer, or Fall?
Still this is reason to be joyous as the last book, Written In My Own Heart's Blood, came out June 10, 2014. So that particular droughtlander is coming to a close. But as Herself said, "Book 10 will be along summat later...' Are we looking at 2024 which might just make it under the wire to finish off the TV series?
Check out these fan made vids from the New Jersey Conventions Outlander Panel.
Q Murtagh is my favorite character, so happy he’s alive! What’s been your favorite scene to film in the whole show?
A OOOH that’s a tough one. There’s a few that I love, but the best fun I had filming was chasing the cows at Wentworth with Steve and Grant.
Q Any special Murtagh scene that will always be your favorite?
A Not as much fun as spanking cows but my favorite scene is the scene in the stables before the wedding talking about Claire’s smile.
Anne Kenney, one of the original writers on the Starz drama Outlander, is leaving the series.
The popular writer and co-executive producer announced on Twitter that season 3 is her last. Production has wrapped on the drama, which will return to the premium cable channel in September.
Matt Roberts did an unannounced Q&A this afternoon. In typical Matt fashion, he teased, dodged and weaved when asked about seasons 3 and 4.
Q How is scouting locations for S4 going?
A Going well, thx. Just in the initial stages though.
Q Have you broken Drums of Autumn yet?
A The first half of the season.
Apparently some students at the University of Glasgow got a pleasant surprised when they noticed Tobias, Cait and a lurking Sam filming on campus.