Hosts Mary and Blake are joined by Annette Badland - the actress who played Mrs. Fitz in Outlander season one. In this second installment of our #Gonelander series, you will learn all about Barbara Streisand, Annette's casting process, her famous scene with Diana Gabaldon, being the second person cast in the show, getting the Scottish accent right, why she'll always consider Sam, Duncan, and all those characters "her boys," her special relationship with Caitriona, her typical day on set, a very funny story about why she was ostracized from the rest of the cast, what she thinks of her on screen granddaughter, Laoghaire, and much more.
Hosts Mary and Blake are joined by Scott Kyle - the actor who plays fan favorite Ross in season two. In this episode, you'll learn all about, how his casting process was unique, how he trained in boot camp for Prestopans, the horrible winter, his typical day on set, the pressures he faced going into filming, how he helped craft a very important scene this season, why you can't trust actors to do anything, his wig story, a fantastic story between he and Romann Berrux and much more.
Hosts Mary and Blake are joined by Tara Bennett - New York Times Bestselling author, adjunct professor, producer, and editor to discuss her latest book - The Making Of Outlander. In this episode, you'll learn all about, how she got specific and unparalleled access to the actors and creative team of Outlander, her writing process, stories and anecdotes that did not make it into the book, why she is the keeper of the gate when it comes to a show's secrets, finding a proper narrative for the book, trying to do right by the entire crew, especially Ira Behr, Sam, and Tobias Menzies, how she rates the Outlander fandom in comparison to all the other fandoms she has written for, and much more.
Hosts Mary and Blake are joined by our intrepid staff writer, Holly, for the first ever fan awards for Outlander! The CASTIES! You voted over 2000 times and we tabulated the results. Who was the best director of season 2? Best actor? Funniest scene? Best "everyone needs a Murtagh" moment? And more? It's all right here...