And the “behind” the scenes tour!
And yes, you can see the Episode The Fiery Cross 501 now on Starz® App
Available now on Starz App episode 501.
It’s been a busy week for Droughtland catch up. Here’s the start:
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Here it is, the meaty teaser look at characters. Keeping you hydrated for 3 more weeks!
Outlander returns on February 16, 2020. Watch the drop on the Starz App at midnight.
Some fans are already swarming and standing in lines around this Years Scottish BAFTAs awards ceremony at the Doubletree Hilton in Glasgow this evening. Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan are among attendees, along with Scott Kyle and some other Outlander Alums.
Outlander has not been nominated, but some other films and shows you may like have been. Keep the feeds viewed today and you may catch a glimpse of some of your faves walking the carpet.
The cast of Outlander Season 5 was asked a battery of questions for an hour on the Hulu Stage at Madison Square Garden on October 5, 2019. Many were from fans and a few from presenter @GingerZee. It was live broadcast on SyFy Wire at 5:30pm EST.
Cast members Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe, Duncan Lacroix, David Berry, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Maril Davis (Producer), Ron D. Moore (Showrunner/Producer), and author Diana Gabaldon arrived at the panel. Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin were absent this year and filming in Scotland for the show, however there was a question and answer video from them and a new Season 5 teaser.
Claire wants Brianna, Roger, and Jemmy to go back. It is too dangerous in the 18th century, and she blames herself. They are there because of her choice to go back. There is the growing conflict with The Regulators, which is a small prelude of things to come with the larger scaled American Revolution. Roger wants to go back, and Brianna clearly states that their family is there. What she really fears is that Jem can’t go through the stones, and the safety of her parents.
In the spirit of letting the audience in on as much as they could, with the watchful and warning Maril Davis, Maria Doyle Kennedy admitted that Jocasta (er) would have “relationships”. Those of you who have read the books know where this may be going. Duncan Lacroix stated that the role of Murtagh has been ramping up each season, and in Season 5 he is doing some of his most challenging work. Sam and Caitriona talked about the dangers of the New World, the upcoming battles, and family concerns.
This week we saw a blip about and announcement for a young Scottish actor, Paul Gorman. Book enthusiasts know of the characters of the Beardsley twins, two boys that end up being taken into the fold at Frasers Ridge, which is becoming a community of misfits and families that the Frasers (Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan) take under their wings. With casting for young Jemmy, there will need to be at least two sets of twins for ages. Given the privacy of young children, we may not see good pictures until after season premier. However the Beardsley twins are a bit older, and they are twins who share many a scene together. That’s why the casting of a young relatively unknown, Paul Gorman is a mystery. Will he be a Beardsley, playing both roles, or playing William. Photos have come out this week showing Lord John Grey and a very young officer.
Paul Gorman has done extensive stage work with Scottish Youth Theater and is a member of Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. There are two film credits, Eavesdrop and Tooth. Outlander is a great vehicle for new talent to showcase.
You can follow young Paul at @PaulJBGorman on Twitter
Here’ the latest preview for season 5 for Outlander released at NYCCC 2019.