Outlander Season 3 Episode 1 Review ‘The Battle Joined’

And we’re back. I can’t believe how long-ago Season 2 feels, and I didn’t even realise how much I missed Outlander until I heard the theme song and once again, I was hooked. The premiere was quite simple really, and instead of the ‘changing history’ plot that dominated last season, this episode was raw, emotional... Continue Reading →


Outlander Season Two Episode 13 Review: Dragonfly In Amber

As someone who hasn't read the books, going to 1968 in the episode was a surprise. I had heard the novel started 20 years after Claire's return, but I expected they would leave that  until the beginning of season 3. However it was a great surprise, I really didn't think I'd prefer the episode spending... Continue Reading →

Outlander Season Two Episode 12 Review: The Hail Mary

Despite knowing already that Jamie and Claire fail in their plan to prevent the Battle of Culloden, it was still incredibly frustrating to watch them not succeed in their attempts to change history.  I still throughout that maybe, Jamie could convince Charles not to battle at Culloden and their last ditch attempts to stop it... Continue Reading →


Outlander Season Two Episode 11 Review: Vengeance is Mine

This week didn't hit the same highs as the past few episodes, but had important character moments and developments which I greatly appreciated. Plot wise it didn't move the story forward in any significant way regarding the Battle of Culloden, but overall still managed to be interesting and important with the characters. An episode where... Continue Reading →


Outlander Season Two Episode 10 Review: Prestonpans

    If I was a mess this week watching Outlander, god knows how I'm going to survive the finale. Knowing the rebellion is going to fail is going to make watching everyone head off for war incredibly painful. Philip John directed this week's and last week's episode, and he's done a brilliant job. I... Continue Reading →


Outlander Season 2 Episode 9 Review: Je Suis Prest

"I don't know if I'm ready to go to war again"Despite not being as plot heavy as last week, this episode surpasses last week with the strong character moments and dealing with the practical and emotional impacts of war. The episode opens with Claire and Jamie taking their men forward to join the rebellion, only... Continue Reading →


Outlander Season 2 Episode 8 Review: The Fox’s Lair

Welcome back home to Scotland, Outlander. Straight away those breathtaking  shots of the Scottish countryside made me realise how glad I was that Jamie and Claire were back home. Scotland is the true heart of the show, and this episode made it clear what lengths Jamie and Claire will go to to protect it. For... Continue Reading →


Outlander Season Two Episode 7 Review: Faith

  This was arguably up there with the most devastating and powerful episodes of Outlander, being dark and utterly heartbreaking. The episode opens with a flash forward to 1954, with Claire and her young daughter in a library. Her daughter points out a heron, and asks Claire if she's ever seen one.Claire responds that she... Continue Reading →


Outlander Season Two Episode 6 Review: Best Laid Schemes

    After last week's incredible episode, it would have taken a lot to beat it this week but Outlander still gave a heart wrenching and emotional episode. The episode begins with Murtagh informing Jamie that Randall has been released from prison, and he eagerly starts planning the duel with Jamie. When Jamie tells him... Continue Reading →



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