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’s Caitriona Balfe on That Swoon-Worthy Bathtub Scene
“What I love is that Claire’s not insecure about her love for Jamie or Jamie’s love for her.”
Season 4 Is As
As It Gets
Claire and Jamie move to America, but this Starz drama maintains the same escapist spirit, for better and worse.
’s Caitriona Balfe Is Engaged, and No, It’s Not to Sam Heughan
And, sorry to have to break it to you, it’s not to Jamie.
’s Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan on Claire and Jaime’s Big Reunion
“When they are reunited, it’s probably the point when they are least prepared for it.”
How Well Do
’s Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan Know Each Other?
There’s so much giggling in this.
’s Birth Scene Was So Unusual
It is stubbornly female, in a genre that so often is not.
Tobias Menzies on
Season 3, Claire’s Baby, and Team Frank
“Maybe this could be the start that they’ve been needing.”
tca press tour 2017
6 Things We Learned About
’s New Season
Bad news: Claire and Jamie won’t be reuniting anytime soon.
s Claire and Jamie Will Deal With Heartbreak in Season 3
▶️ The show’s stars walk us through their characters’ emotional journeys.
The Droughtlander Is Almost Over: The
Season 3 Trailer Is Here
returns September 10.
Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan on That Time an Actor Nearly Got Mauled
Dogs don’t mix well with the
’s Claire and Jamie Will Still Have Smokin’ Hot Sex 20 Years Later
With age comes wisdom and the undiminished capacity for a very compelling sex scene.
’s Caitriona Balfe on Claire’s Devastating Grief
“It was a very quiet few days on set.”
Season Two’s Flash Forward
“It was a really bold storytelling move.”
, the Best Sex on Television
Catching up with Starz’s Scottish time-travel, feminist, sci-fi fantasy.
’s Claire on Playing Rape Scenes
“We all check in with each other and ask, ‘Are you doing okay?’”
how dey do dat?
Ron D. Moore Breaks Down the
50 Shades of Grey
’s Caitriona Balfe on Feminism, Fans, and Love Triangles
“We want to show that Claire owns her own sexuality.”