Outlander (STARZ) TV Show

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Eric Wilson, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. Eric Wilson

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    Follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie Fraser, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate relationship is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives. - IMDB
     
  2. Eric Wilson

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    STARZ just launched their own streaming service ($8.99 a month). Just in time for season 2!
     
  3. A Flirting Time

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    Season one's finale was one of 2015's best episodes.
     
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  5. Eric Wilson

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    It was really good. Very excited about the new season.
     
  6. stayillogical

    Thank you and good night Prestigious

  7. Eric Wilson

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    Definitely. I haven't read the books or anything, but hopefully season two will have a lighter tone to it.. maybe?
     
  8. A Flirting Time

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    The series isn't a very dour one, so I'm sure the second season will strike a similar ratio of tough episodes.
     
  9. Eric Wilson

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    Could see that being the case. Looking forward to the change in scenery though with Paris.
     
  10. Miss Heartcore

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    Yay finally a thread for this. I actually have to finish watching Season 1B. I'm about to start the 7th book in the next few weeks.
     
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  11. Eric Wilson

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    Awesome! I'll probably go back to the books after they finish with the series. Haha I'm weird and usually do the shows or movies first before the books.
     
  12. Miss Heartcore

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    Not sure if you're into Game of Thrones, but these were written beforehand and are just as thick and detailed. The last book "A Breadth of Snow and Ash" was a lot of the day to day of the lives of the characters, which I loved because I felt like I was there with them, but I could see how it becomes boring for some readers.
     
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  13. Eric Wilson

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    Yep been into the show anyway for GoT as well. I bet the books for both are really good, and will definitely get into them at some point, especially with GoT and the fact that the books will be different towards the end than the show. Started using Audible recently, and already have all of them in my wish list. Definitely going to be very long listens.
     
  14. A Flirting Time

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    :D excited
     
  15. stayillogical

    Thank you and good night Prestigious

    The actor that plays St. Germain was amazing. His final scene, wow. I will miss him.
     
  16. stayillogical

    Thank you and good night Prestigious

    Claire and Jamie's acting ploy last week was hysterical.
     
  17. stayillogical

    Thank you and good night Prestigious

    Rupert keeping the memory of Angus alive. So good.