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An incredible, eye-popping war is brewing between Old Gods and New in this first trailer for Starz’s American Gods series, which premieres Sunday, April 30 at 9/8c.
Adapted from Neil Gaiman’s award-winning novel by Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (Kings), American Gods finds traditional Old Gods, with mythological roots from around the world, fearing irrelevance as their believers die off or are seduced by the money, technology and celebrity offered by the New Gods. The 100‘s Ricky Whittle plays Shadow Moon, an ex-con who, left »
"...the story picks up right after 'Claire' (Caitriona Balfe) travels through the stones to return to her life in 1948. Now pregnant with the child of 'Jamie' (Sam Heughan), she struggles with the fallout of her sudden reappearance and its effect on her marriage to her first husband, 'Frank' (Tobias Menzies).
"Meanwhile, in the 18th century, Jamie suffers from the aftermath of his doomed last stand at the historic battle of 'Culloden', as well as the loss of 'Claire'. As the years pass, Jamie and Claire attempt to make a life apart from one another, each haunted by the memory of their lost love. The budding possibility that Claire can return to Jamie in the past breathes new hope into Claire’s heart… »
- Michael Stevens
Filming on “Outlander” moves out of Scotland for the first time in Season 3, relocating to the beautiful beaches and warmer weather of Cape Town, South Africa. Star Caitriona Balfe, for one, is stoked to be leaving the chilly Scottish Highlands behind her. “Sunshine, vineyards. It’s beautiful,” the Irish-born actress told TheWrap’s Stuart Brazell. “I was lucky enough to go there about 10 years ago. Cape Town is just so stunning, so yeah, just being there will be amazing.” Also Read: 'Outlander' Season 3 Set for Fall Premiere on Starz (Video) Season 3 of “Outlander” will see Claire (Balfe) and »
- Linda Ge
RelatedOutlander Sets Season 3 Premiere
Those who’ve read the book will remember that the angry cleric encounters a pack of dogs; when the beasts bite him, Claire warns that the wounds will fester if not properly cleaned. And when he bullheadedly ignores her and that happens, the »
Calling all Outlander fans -- have we got something fun for you!
Now that the Droughtlander is even longer than we were expecting, we know that many of you are counting down the hours, minutes and seconds until we're reuinted with Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) in September.
To help parch the fandom's thirst until season three, Entertainment Tonight teamed up with Starz and traveled over to the Outlander set in Scotland to sit down with your favorite stars for a series of exclusive interviews and games!
Exclusive: 'Outlander' Star Caitriona Balfe Adorably Apologizes for 'Longer' Season 3 Hiatus
Our latest exclusive video features a speed round of "This or That?!" in which we ask stars Tobias Menzies, Sophie Skelton, Richard Rankin, and Outlander newbie César Domboy, to pick a preference from a variety of topics as quickly as possible.
Press play above for two minutes and 22 seconds of giggles, a very indecisive »
Sure, star-crossed lovers Jamie and Claire are having plenty of sex now, but what’s going to happen when “Outlander” returns with its third season, which will find the characters 20 years older? “Do you think that older people can’t have sex? Is that your question?” said star Caitriona Balfe (who plays Claire on the hit series) […] »
- Brent Furdyk
The talk around this year’s Oscars is winding down—wait, who are we kidding?—which of course means it’s time to move on to discussing next year’s potential nominees. Get Out is getting a lot of positive buzz, so maybe Jordan Peele will get a nod for best original screenplay come next January. Elsewhere, J.J. Abrams is offering up Mark Hamill’s The Last Jedi performance for your consideration (or rather, the Academy’s). The Force Awakens director and Last Jedi executive producer tells The New York Daily News that Hamill’s work on Episode VIII is Oscar caliber: “I think we are all going to be very upset if he does not win an Oscar, and no one more upset than Mark.”
- Danette Chavez
It's time for a Droughtlander update!
As all Outlander fans should know by now, season three of our beloved time-traveling drama will not be premiering on Starz until September, which means we still have at least seven more months until we reunite with our favorite Frasers.
To help cope with this prolonged hiatus, we at Et have already released a special interview with stars Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe from our season three set visit in Scotland, and we have plenty of more exclusive behind-the-scenes goodies that we're going to release over these next few months.
In the meantime, Et caught up with Balfe, who was being honored at the 2017 Oscar Wilde Awards on Thursday night, to get her thoughts on Outlander's extended on-screen absence and some inside scoop on what's ahead!
"Yeah, [the Droughtlander] is a little longer than I think people thought. Sorry!" Balfe said apologetically to Et's Ashley Crossan.
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The whiskey and Trump jabs were flowing freely at the Bad Robot offices on Thursday night.
Stars from the worlds of “Star Trek” and “Loving,” music, and comedy gathered at the sprawling headquarters of J.J. Abrams’ production company for the 12th Annual Oscar Wilde Awards. The U.S.-Ireland Alliance event, founded by Trina Vargo, was designed to honor Irish talent in entertainment.
The vast Bad Robot space was bathed in shamrock green, with a podium installed in one corner on the roof next to an open bar (perhaps appropriately for an Irish-centered event, as honoree Martin Short pointed out). Abrams served as emcee for the night, and after jokingly asking why on earth he had been asked back to host the event, he listed the honorees: Short, Glen Hansard, Caitriona Balfe, Ruth Negga, and Zachary Quinto.
As Quinto had previously told Variety, his connection with Oscar Wilde runs far deeper than shared Irish roots, »
- Will Thorne
Oscar Wilde Awards honoree Martin Short, known for his zingers and stinging observations, was asked if anyone in the current presidential administration is ripe for satire. “Everyone is ripe for satire,” he says, “particularly in this administration. But it’s hard to satirize, hard to go broader than what we have seen.”
Asked if his talk-show character Jiminy Glick would have anything to say about the current Trump administration, Short demurs. “I’m not going there.”
Short feels a connection to the Wilde Awards. “My mother was half-Irish, my father was 100%,” he offers. Short, who has credits going back to 1972, says his father introduced him to film. They watched Ireland-set films such as “The Quiet Man” and “Shake Hands With the Devil.”
And while fans admire his wit, the performer freely admits, “I don’t know that if I could compare to Oscar Wilde.”
The comic actor is one of »
- Will Thorne
Aye, sassenach, the end to our "Droughtlander" days is finally in sight. Although an exact date has not been announced, Starz has announced Outlander, season three, will premiere in September. From Ronald D. Moore, the third installment of this historical, time-travel fantasy drama is based on Diana Gabaldon's novel, Voyager.The Outlander TV show stars Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall, Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser, and Tobias Menzies as Frank and Jack Randall. The Starz TV series cast also includes Duncan Lacroix, Lotte Verbeek, Laura Donnelly, Steven Cree, and Grant O'Rourke. James Fleet, Simon Meacock, and Rory Burns recur. David Berry joins in season three as Lord John Grey.Read More… »
Outlander is about to move far, far away from the stones.
In March, production and filming on the current season moves from its home base in Scotland to Cape Town, South Africa, to shoot pivotal sea voyage scenes on the former sets of the Starz original series Black Sails.
Production on the season began in September 2016 and will wrap in June 2017. Outlander will attend San Diego Comic Con again this summer, offering fans a chance to experience more of this beloved series in person.
The story picks up right after Claire (Caitriona Balfe) travels through the »
- Carissa Pavlica
Take a deep breathe, lads and lassies!
We have good news and we have some not-so-awesome news. The good news is that the highly anticipated third season of Outlander finally has a premiere date -- but the bad news is the beloved Starz series will not return until September.
The season two finale aired in July 2016, which means that Outlander fans will have had to wait for more than a year to reunite with Claire and Jamie. This droughtlander is severe, Sassenachs.
Production on Outlander's third season is currently transferring from Scotland to Cape Town, South Africa, for the final five episodes of the season and stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan have filmed a special video for fans to celebrate the location change.
"We would like to say a little thank you to the people of Scotland," Balfe says in »
It’s been a long wait for “Outlander” fans, but there is light at the end of this particular tunnel: Season 3 will premiere in September 2017, Starz says.
That’ll make a gap (the “Droughtlander”) of about 14 months between Seasons 2 and 3. Season 3 began production in September 2016 and will finish in June — and is moving from misty, rugged Scotland to the slightly sunnier Cape Town, South Africa. Stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan taped a message to mark the occasion and thank their Scottish crew:
The story in Season 3 picks up right after Claire (Balfe) travels through the stones to return to her life in 1948. Now pregnant with Jamie’s (Heughan) child, she struggles with the fallout of her sudden reappearance and its effect on her marriage to her first husband, Frank (Tobias Menzies). Meanwhile, in the 18th century, Jamie suffers from the aftermath of his doomed last stand at the historic battle of Culloden, as »
- Oriana Schwindt
Looks like Droughtlander is gonna last a wee bit longer than expected.
Outlander‘s third season will premiere in September, Starz announced Wednesday. The premium cabler did not provide an exact date for the series’ return.
PhotosTeam TVLine Shares Its 2017 Wish List for Outlander and More of Your Favorite Shows
September will be the latest point in the year that the drama has premiered. Season 1 bowed in August 2014, and Season 2 got its start in April 2016.
The 13-episode third season will feature episodes shot in Scotland and South Africa; the latter will stand in for Caribbean locales that show up in »
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The Irish-Ethiopian actress will be honored Feb. 23 at the 12th annual Oscar Wilde Awards, the casual shindig that takes place three days before the Academy Awards at J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot production company in Santa Monica.
The filmmaker also emcees the event, and it was just announced that Chris Pine and Catherine O'Hara will serve as presenters.
- Mike Barnes
Outlander has some new company. Recently, Starz announced Gary Young (pictured) and Charlie Hiett have joined season three of the Starz TV series.The historical drama follows Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe), a married WWII combat nurse who finds herself mysteriously thrown back in time to 18th century Scotland. The cast also includes Sam Heughan, Tobias Menzies, Graham McTavish, Gary Lewis, Duncan Lacroix, Stephen Walters, Grant O’Rourke, Claire Sermonne, Rosie Day, Stanley Weber, Andrew Gower, and Lionel Lingelser.Read More… »
New cast will include Gary Young ("Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny") as 'Mr. Willoughby', "a Chinese man with a deep knowledge of Eastern medicine", Charlie Hiett ("The Suspicions of Mr Whincher") as 'Captain Thomas Leonard', a British, "by-the-book" captain of the 'Artemis' who earns the post when his commanding officers die untimely deaths and "...wants to do what is right by the 'British Navy' — whether or not it is right by his own personal morals."
Hannah James and Tanya Reynolds will play the 'Dunsany' sisters 'Geneva' and 'Isobel', David Berry ("A Place to Call Home") is 'Lord John William Grey', the former Brit soldier turned governor of 'Ardsmuir Prison', John Bell ("The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies") as 'Young Ian Murray', »
- Michael Stevens
“Outlander” has found its Mr. Willoughby and Captain Leonard for Season 3, Starz announced Monday. Gary Young who will play Mr. Willoughby, a confidante of Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), while Charlie Hiett will play Captain Thomas Leonard, the inexperienced, by-the-book de facto captain of the Artemis, the ship Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie sail on into the West Indies. Season 3 will be based on the third of eight books in the “Outlander” series, entitled “Voyager.” It picks up right after Claire travels through the stones to return to her life in 1948, the pay-tv cable channel said. Now pregnant, she »
- Linda Ge
Ready for a small rain shower of scoop in this Droughtlander? Outlander has cast two more roles for season three, E! News has learned, with Gary Young and Charlie Hiett joining the Starz's hit when it returns later this year. Young is set to take on the role of Mr. Willoughby, while Hiett will be playing Captain Thomas Leonard. Per Starz, Mr. Mr. Willoughby is a Chinese man with a deep knowledge of Eastern medicine who speaks English well but hides it when it suits him. A talented poet in exile, with an even deeper love of women, Willoughby even more of an outsider than Claire (Caitriona Balfe) in 18th century Scotland. Fans can expect him to become a confidante »
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