Outlander 5×07 “The Ballad of Roger Mac” is quite an episode, not just for Roger, as the title suggests, but for Jamie too, and of course, for Murtagh, and for our feelings, which, I promise you, will remain engaged throughout the entire hour in a way Outlander hasn’t always managed
Outlander 5×06 “Better to Marry than Burn” feels very much like a mid-season episode, with a lot happening within the hour, even as the show continues to set up what’s certain to be a season finale confrontation. The character moments are also the strongest they’ve been in a while, especially
Outlander 5×04 “The Company We Keep” continues the setup trend, but it does so in the way we don’t actually mind: with enough attention paid to Jamie and Claire, with emotion and with the promise of other characters that we love finally, finally bonding. Because, of course, Jamie and Claire
Outlander 5×02 “Between Two Fires” was a transitional episode, the kind that does more to setup what’s to come than to surprise us by what is happening. Despite that, though, the episode had its important moments, including the return of our least favorite character ever: Stephen Bonnet and Claire’s attempts
Outlander is finally back! The show returns for season five with Outlander 5×01 “The Fiery Cross,” an episode that finally sees Roger and Brianna get a real wedding, while flashing back to Jamie and Claire’s wedding and the journey they took, and contrasting both while cementing the bonds of family.
Talk about a beautiful Outlander wedding. Starz has released the photos for Brianna and Roger’s wedding, ahead of the Season 5 premiere. We get to see the beautiful dress, family portraits, and Claire helping her daughter get ready for her wedding. The synopsis for the Season 5 premiere was previously