What does home mean to you? It was freezing in the morning, and then the sun came out. They're dealing with this land and there's a lot of dangers there and a lot of politics as well. You've done a number of period dramas. And that would have been such a commonplace reaction in that time. You do not have to rush through them. This season, she's finding the value in nurturing that side of herself that she had to neglect for 20 years… This is the first season where we see all the parts of her come together in a more cohesive way.
Time is probably the best healer and it does take a long time for him to come to terms with the fact that she's actually gone. He massively affects all the characters. They had both committed to raising her as two parents and that was the defining characteristic of their relationship for a long time. It shows how far their relationship has come. I think it shows look, this is something that happened in that time, and this was the reaction. But it was a really cool and extravagant setup.
I think you may be alluding to a small number of people who like to complain about stuff, but that happens in every fandom and I think you can't take the good without also having to take the bad and I think we both just feel so fortunate. I feel like I can sort of turn him on and turn him off now. What was it like to shoot that first scene with Sam Heughan? It's great to have somewhere to go back to and just fortunate that we also work there as well. So for her, coming back to this time, it's really quite jarring. We looked around at our makeup department and the women who were 47, 48, 49 looked great.
S: Well, in that moment, she's just put everything on the line, hasn't she? When asked what they're most looking forward to in 2017, the on-screen couple was quick to mention the exotic filming locations of season three. They weren't too happy with season two, because there weren't very many. And of course later in the episode, there's another poignant conversation between Brianna and Claire. One of the fans asked about the decision to have Roger with a full beard. As Season 4 opens, the Frasers are happily reunited and settling into life in America in 1767. And I think it's very important for us, you know we've been doing the show for five years now and looking at going into another couple of seasons, which we're really excited about, but to be able to go and do other things keeps it fresh for us and let's you stretch other muscles and keep working on your craft.
When we were actually in it, none of us could hear a thing. So, as much as they might talk about it, I think it helps as much as it hinders. How would you describe the character of Stephen Bonnet? Season three of Outlander will premiere in 2017 on Starz. It was a very difficult fight to shoot, actually. Caitriona: It is very sad.
I know Jamie Fraser, I think, pretty well now. Kathryn Wirsing Caitriona announced her engagement to in January; Sam has reportedly been dating on and off for the last few months. More on that in a bit. It was like a ton of water that dropped on us. And there are two wind machines with V-8 engines. Ever go too far with that? It's quite shocking that in 2014 that was somewhat slightly revolutionary. And I think it only benefits the Outlander show as well.
So what do you like about each other? Below, Speleers shares why he's reluctant to call his character a villain, breaks down that final gripping scene, and coyly previews what viewers can expect from the smuggler in the season ahead. There's so much value in those small moments, as much as there is in some of the more epic love scenes. How were those scenes executed on the deck during the storm? But ahead of the episode's premiere, Marie Claire spoke to Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan during a press day in Los Angeles. Two in season 2, and two in season 3! That was something that we really wanted to lay on thickly, how much mutual respect Bree and Lizzie have for each other. She looked nothing like Frank… she and Frank were very close, but I do think that finding out about Jamie did answer a few unanswered questions for her.
I found it was quite a powerful way to be working. If you haven't watched the ninth episode of Outlander 's fourth season, proceed with caution. Are they still in love 20 years later? And as soon as he wipes that tear away, it feels like he accepts her. Is there anything left of the old Jamie? Then the post-production crew goes through every frame basically looking for things that are anachronistic. What does that mean for their relationship? You feel like, Oh, I can do it. After spending two decades apart—separated by two centuries, no less—Claire finally returns to Jamie and life in the 18th century.
You can do that for a certain amount of time, happily so, but then a couple years down the line you realize that real life is knocking at the door and demanding to be addressed. No, I enjoy those scenes. Tell me about that scene. I needed a super fan, and lucky for me, I happen to be related to one of the biggest out there: Pat Holmes, my mother. But being on set all the time, the hours that we've now accumulated doing this show—it's an education. The '60s makeup and '60s costume definitely help give her more authority—she just feels a little bit older in that way. The first season was amazing; it was the beginning.