Outlander (S05E03) “Free Will”

While Jamie leaves Roger to continue to muster men for the militia, Jamie and Claire travel to a homestead to obtain papers essential to Josiah. Jamie and Claire are quite surprised at what they find at the homestead.

Outlander (S05E02) “Between Two Fires”

Tension built up between Roger’s desire to return to the 1960s, where he feels he can be more useful, and Bree’s desire to have all her loved ones in one spot. Bree feels more at home, and less afraid in the 1700s, even knowing that the Revolutionary War is coming. Ironically, Bree worries more about changing events than Claire does, because Claire recognizes that time seems to be malleable, and has already been changed. Claire is fighting against sexism, and ignorance to try to improve people’s lives. Murtagh and Jamie both are passionate about the people they are trying to protect, and it may come to them fighting each other. The show does an excellent job of demonstrating people seeing the other side of very challenging circumstances. Bonnet is simply a psychopath!

Outlander (S05E01) “The Fiery Cross”

The beginning of Season 5 opens with the wedding of Bree and Roger. The wedding brings together old friends and relatives. Governor Tryon demands that Jamie capture Murtagh. Jocasta and Murtagh make a difficult decision. Jocasta enrages Roger, and Jamie releases Murtagh from his long-held vow.

Outlander (S04E07) “Down The Rabbit Hole”

Directing again for Outlander this episode is Jennifer Getzinger, and we have yet another fan favorite episode on our hands. Following almost exactly in her mother’s footsteps, Bree (Sophie Skelton) steps through the stones into 18th century Scotland. Just days behind her, Roger (Richard Rankin) follows suit and they are both navigating the past in an attempt to save their respective loved ones.

Outlander (S04E06) “Blood Of My Blood”

Directing for the second time on Outlander this season is Denise Di Novi. Paired with writing from Shaina Fewell, they pull this episode together with such beauty, it’s bound to be a favorite for many fans. Before we have time to get settled in our couch cushions we’re gifted with the return of yet another friendly face. Portrayed with excellence by David Berry, Lord John Gray makes a surprise visit to Fraser's Ridge. Last we saw his handsome face, Jamie’s son was a wee lad of just six years.

76th Golden Globes TV Nomination

The nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globes were announced Thursday morning. Here are the television nominations:

DRAMA SERIES:

The Americans, FX

Bodyguard, Netflix

Homecoming, Amazon Prime

Killing Eve, BBC America

Pose, FX

DRAMA ACTOR

Jason Bateman, Ozark

Stephan James, Homecoming

Richard Madden, Bodyguard

Billy Porter, Pose

Matthew Rhys, The Americans

DRAMA ACTRESS:

Caitriona Balfe, Outlander

Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s Tale

Sandra Oh, Killing Eve

Julia Roberts, Homecoming

Keri Russell, The Americans

COMEDY OR MUSICAL SERIES”

Barry

The Good Place

Kidding

The Kominsky Method

The Marvelous Mrs.… More “76th Golden Globes TV Nomination”

Outlander (S04E05) “Savages”

[Spoilers] This week’s title has us asking, Who exactly are the savages? It's not all savagery, as we learn an old friend is reunited with the clan.

Outlander (S04E03) “The False Bride”

[Spoiler] "The False Bride" gives us a glimpse into the relationship growing between Bree and Roger. While they attend a Highlander event, Claire and Jamie are making their way to what will soon become their new home in America.