Still reeling from this past weekend’s jaw-dropping episode of Outlander?
In episode 111, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Geillis (Lotte Verbeek) were accused of being witches and while being burned at a stake is not a great way to go, the one good thing that came out of this mess is that the women got to know each other better and even forged an alliance of sorts.
Then, after Geillis gave herself up and Claire was rescued by Jamie (Sam Heughan), Geillis’ vaccination mark told Claire that the red-haired lass was also a 20th Century time traveler. Then, as Balfe told me in an interview posted on TVFanatic.com, this revelation helped Claire decide to finally come clean to Jamie about exactly who she is and where she is from. WOW!
Starz sent over some clips from the episode so let’s relive some of the great moments in the episode, “The Devil’s Mark.”
The third season of BBC America’s breakout series Orphan Black is back tonight with star Tatiana Maslany again playing multiple clones working together to try to bring down the bad guys. But this season, there are also male clones (played by Ari Millen).
But, in a wise marketing move for the show that everyone should be watching but isn’t, the season premiere is airing across all the AMC Networks (AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance and WE) so there’s really no excuse not to check out the third season opener tonight.
Here is an extended trailer that BBC America posted earlier this week to get you excited about what is to come.
And here’s the previously released clip from the premiere showing Sarah (Maslany) sitting down with one of the male clones (Millen). Chilling, for sure!
Orphan Black airs Saturdays at 9pm on BBC America.
Are you excited? You should be because the second half of the first season of the Starz drama Outlander is back this Saturday.
When we last left the adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s epic novel series, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) was being tortured by the villainous Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies) with Jamie (Sam Heughan) breaking in to save his wife. Here are some clips from Saturday’s return episode. Be prepared to gasp and sigh!
Frankie J Alvarez, Jonathan Groff and Murray Bartlett in “Looking.” (HBO)
Yes, the news is true.HBO announced this morning it will not be moving forward with a third season of its series Looking. In the statement sent out this morning, HBO stated…
“After two years of following Patrick and his tight-knit group of friends as they explored San Francisco in search of love and lasting relationships, HBO will present the final chapter of their journey as a special. We look forward to sharing this adventure with the shows loyal fans.”
We don’t have to take this lying down, folks. If you want to let HBO know that they’ve made a terrible mistake, feel free to tweet at them @HBO (use @LookingHBO, too) and let them know.
New Orphan Black scene is here! We met Castor Clone Rudy (Ari Millen) in the second season finale but in this just-released scene, Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) sits down face to face with him and, well, it’s chilling as all get out. Watch now! Oprhan Black returns for a third season on April 18th on BBC America. […]
It came much too fast but the second season finale of HBO’s Looking airs this Sunday and while we have yet to hear about a third season (read my Open Letter to HBO why we need one!), I’ve seen the finale and it’s as solid as this entire season has been. We’ll see some issues come up […]
Earlier this week, I posted an on-set interview I conducted with Days Of Our Lives actors Freddie Smith and Guy Wilson for XFINITYTV’s LGBT site. I heard from a lot of you that you couldn’t watch the videos on that site, especially those of you outside the country, so I posted them today on YouTube and you can watch them here. […]
@BlkSails_Starz Just getting back from a week in South Africa on the set of the Starz series Black Sails. Interviews to come but Xfinity made sure to post a pic that was taken of star Toby Stephens just before we started our interview…on a real pirate ship they use in the show. Amazing. Check out this Post by XFINITY. Here’s a […]
Jim Halterman is a freelance writer who spends his days interviewing the top tier of talent and creative forces in the entertainment world and, because he's that kind of guy, he gives away stuff, too!. Follow him on TVFanatic.com, XFinityTV's LGBT site, TheBacklot.com & more! (Photo: With Murray Bartlett before I moderated the LOOKING panel at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills, Feb 2015)