06:18 PM EDT 07/21/2016
Originally posted 07/20/2016 05:45PM
Even if you're not familiar with Outlander and all its gripping twists, turns and time-traveling, there's one thing you're probably pretty sure of: Sam Heughan is very, very easy on the eyes.
Originally posted 07/09/2016 10:30PM
The Season 2 finale of Outlander was full of twists and turns, and we are still reeling from the big shocks from Saturday's episode. After "The Hail Mary" we were still left wondering how Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) were going to wrap up the disastrous fate of the Battle of Culloden – and how a once-again-pregnant Claire was going to return to her present day. Luckily for us, the season finale answered all those questions and more (including just how well a stunningly 50-year-old Claire would ease in the fashions of 1960s) with an action-packed and satisfying 90-minute episode. Read on for our favorite surprises of the finale. (And, obviously, spoiler lie ahead for those who haven't seen the episode.)
Originally posted 05/12/2016 02:30PM
The actress had a minor Marilyn Monroe moment
Jamie and Murtagh Get Serious About Their Revenge Against the Evil St. Germain in Exclusive Outlander Sneak Peek
Originally posted 05/03/2016 11:00AM
In an exclusive sneak peek from Saturday's upcoming episode of the hit Starz series, Murtagh (Duncan Lacroix) continues to blame himself for the mysterious brigands' attack on Mary and Claire (Caitriona Balfe) that left him knocked out cold while masked men assaulted the two Englishwomen.
"I failed you," a despondent Murtagh tells Jamie (Sam Heughan). "You put your trust in me, your wife and your child to guard … and that wee English lassie.
"I cannot forgive myself for what happened in that alley," he says.
Caitriona Balfe Reveals Exactly Who Is Keeping Her from Falling in Love with Outlander Costar Sam Heughan (Hint: On-Camera Sex Scenes Are Involved)
Originally posted 05/02/2016 01:20PM
During an appearance on Taylor Strecker's SiriusXM radio show, Wake Up with Taylor on Monday, Balfe explained why she isn't likely to fall in love with her costar despite their hot-and-heavy sex scenes – as it turns out, those scenes aren't actually as steamy as they look.
"Well, I mean, for me I think it's quite easy not to develop feelings like that because it's acting, right?" said Balfe, who plays Claire Fraser. "You know, I feel very lucky, Sam and I have an amazing bond, we're really great friends – but, you know, it's acting."
Originally posted 04/23/2016 01:25PM
Originally posted 04/16/2016 06:20PM
When interviewing the entertaining and unpredictable cast of Outlander, you have to be prepared for anything – including when a certain cheeky star decides to do an impromptu impression of an Internet meme.
First Photos: See Outlander's Infamous Swan Nipple Piercing Gown (It's More Outrageous Than You Think!)
Originally posted 04/16/2016 10:25AM
Find out how the actress's intricate ensemble was created
Originally posted 04/09/2016 03:20PM
This, even though she looks as if she'd spent most of her life in the 20th century in anticipation of dressing as though she were in [Dangerous Liaisons.] If anything, poor Claire probably wishes she could take a high, even swing and knock the periwig off the head of any nobleman foolish enough to crowd her space. Because at this moment Claire really needs her space.
Originally posted 03/02/2016 03:15PM
But the actors not only deny that they're dating, they're actually a little exhausted by the constant questioning.
"Honestly I'm tired of that conversation," Balfe, who plays Claire Fraser, tells EW. "This is fantasy. This is our job. We are very different in our private life. We are best friends. From the moment we met, we got along. Sam is one of the most generous people you'll ever meet. Such a great guy, no ego involved."
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