New York Comic Con was a cornucopia for Outlander fans, including a master class panel with Outlander showrunner Ronald D. Moore. Here’s what Ron shared about his move from outer space to Outlander.
About Teddie Potter
I’m a long-time Outlander book veteran, having had the good fortune to burn through the first six books without having to suffer the agony of waiting for the next. It's a level playing field now, and I share this unique pain known to Outlander readers everywhere. The agony has been greatly assuaged by Starz’ TV adaptation of Outlander. A long-time Registered Nurse with a recent master’s degree, I work for one of the top rehab hospitals in the U.S. as part of the pre admissions team, and speak locally and nationally on the topic of traumatic brain injury. Raised in Brooklyn New York, I live with my husband and adult son in the suburbs of New Jersey.
Is surrogate parenting in Outlander one of its many themes? Absolutely. Here’s a closer look at who’s parenting whom in Diana Gabaldon’s popular series.
Author Diana Gabaldon long ago highlighted “identity” as a key theme in the Outlander series’ third book, Voyager. We take a look at how Starz brought this to life on screen for key characters in Season 3.
Some Outlander Season 3 fans are giving Claire a ton of grief over her treatment of Frank. Here’s why it’s time to cut Claire a break.
Surviving Outlander’s Droughtlander is real and challenging. Here are 8 reasons Turkish TV series—yes Turkish TV!—can help you make it through.
Editor’s note: If you missed Teddie’s hilarious post on re-watching Season 1, catch up here. Trust us, it’s worth it. A lovely friend who is in the business expressed exasperation with the term “Droughtlander.” Have patience—these productions take time, she said. If patience is a virtue, then I’m in short supply when it comes to […]
Without revealing one smidgen of partisan detail, I will simply say that these past few months in the U.S. have been supremely distracting. After getting sucked into the quicksand of current events, I needed a break and I needed it bad. I needed the kind of distraction that could literally […]
Please do NOT leave this page; not just yet. Yes, this piece is about the F word, so sit down and bear with me because I just had to run the gauntlet of the bored expressions of the first class passengers as I headed to my tiny space allotment in coach, measured in mere inches, […]
There’s something evil about Droughtlander. The more we get, the much, much more we terribly crave. Even as winter in the Northern hemisphere draws closer, there is no settling down for a long winter’s nap in the Outlander world, because, well; Outlander. It’s a pathology, for sure; maybe a syndrome, or perhaps just a happy […]
Those of us in the helping profession are typically on high alert for the needs of those in our care. While on duty, there is no palpable burden; it is simply what we do, and the only burden is to simply do it right. The psychological burdens that go hand in hand with the daily […]