Outlander boasts plenty of memorable musical moments, thanks to composer Bear McCreary. As we did for Seasons 1 and 2, here is our ranking of the Top 10 Musical Moments of Outlander Season 3.
About Anne Gavin
News Editor -- In *real* life – and I mean, my non-Outlander life -- I am a lobbyist for a multi-national technology company and work with politicians and government officials every day. I love what I do. But, love might not be strong enough a word to describe how I feel about Outlander. I am seriously obsessed with the show and the books. Being part of a “fandom” is foreign to me, as I’ve never obsessed about a show or a group of actors EVER before. But, the world of Outlander took me by storm several years ago when I first saw the show and then began reading the books. I have now made 2 trips to Scotland – initially fueled by a desire to see the spectacular locations highlighted in Outlander. But, now I have fallen in love with this magical country, its complicated history and will return for a third trip in the spring. My favorite things to write about at the Blog are in depth character analysis, Bear McCreary’s amazing score and anything where real Scottish history collides with the story of Outlander. The obsession is total and complete. I don’t really understand this, but I embrace it and recognize that there are some things you just can’t explain.
The latest in our Outlandish Locations series explores the picturesque village of Culross, home of fictional “Crainsmuir” in Outlander Season 1. We detail the history of the town as well as the character Scotland continues to play in the Starz TV series.
Ranking Outlander Season 3 episodes is no easy task. Anne Gavin took the challenge and ranked the episodes from worst to best. See if you agree with her choices.
Actress Lauren Lyle has stolen our hearts in Outlander Season 3 with her portrayal of Marsali. Here is our thank you for her memorable performance week after week.
Murtagh lives! Now that the Outlander STARZ show has deviated from Voyager, the big question is what’s next for Murtagh?
Suzanne Smith has absolutely nailed casting Outlander, time and time again. Here is our thank you for her hard work and expertise.
Outlander episode 3.05, “Freedom & Whisky,” found inspiration for its title in a poem by Scottish poet Robert Burns. We dive deeper into the history and meaning behind it.
Glass artist Wilma MacKenzie talks about etching history from her Scotland studio as she helped recreate the Jacobite glasses in Outlander Season 2.
Editor’s note: This marks the seventh in Anne Gavin’s travelogue through Scotland. If you missed any of her other posts, you can catch up at the bottom of this one with links. Are you settled in your armchair? Let the virtual travel begin! The journey continues along the Inner Hebrides as we make our way to […]
Editor’s note: This marks the sixth in Anne Gavin’s travelogue through Scotland. If you missed any of her other posts, you can catch up at the bottom of this one with links. Are you settled in your armchair? Let the virtual travel begin! As the sun rose on our final day walking The Arran Coastal […]