Photo: Starz, Jamie and Claire on their wedding night.
Hot off the press… I just received this from the Paley Center for Media NYC press department…
WHAT: In preparation for the Outlander Season 4 finale this Sunday, Jan 27, the Paley Center is screening key episodes from the first three seasons. Come to the screenings with your friends and relive moments leading up to the S4 finale!!
DETAILS: No charge for admission, but theater spots are available on a first come basis. You can register here, at The PALEY WEBSITE.
In New York: Trivia questions and Scottish shortbread will be provided!
WHEN: January 26 & 27 in New York and Los Angeles, 12:15 pm to 5:30 pm
WHERE: New York: The Paley Center for Media, 25 West 52 Street, New York, NY, 10019 and LA: The Paley Center for Media 465 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Here’s the schedule for both cities, nice picks Paley Center! Grab your Outlander pals and go! (Wish I could join you!)
Saturday, January 26
Season 1, Episode 1
August 9, 2014
The pilot reveals how Claire, on her second honeymoon in Inverness with her historian husband Frank Randall (Tobias Menzies), is transported to 1743 Scotland.
Season 1, Episode 7
September 20, 2014
Jamie and Claire get married to prevent her from being interrogated by British officers including the sadistic army captain Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies, in a dual role) and soon realize they are soulmates—leaving Claire conflicted about her feelings for Frank.
“To Ransom a Man’s Soul”
Season 1, Episode 16
May 30, 2015
In Wentworth Prison the actions of the villainous Black Jack Randall inflict a horrible toll on Jamie that will change him forever.
“Through a Glass, Darkly”
Season 2, Episode 1
April 9, 2016
The Frasers move to Paris and come up with a game plan to stop the Jacobite rebellion, which Claire knows will end in the bloody Battle of Culloden.
Season 2, Episode 7
May 21, 2016
In one of the most devastating episodes of the series, Jamie and Claire lose everything that’s important to them and must come to terms with their heart-wrenching grief.
Sunday, January 27
“Dragonfly in Amber”
Season 2, Episode 13
July 9, 2016
The Season 2 finale juxtaposes the eve of the Battle of Culloden in 1746—when Jamie sends his pregnant wife back through the stones to safety—with Claire’s “present-day existence” in 1968. This is the episode where Claire and Jamie’s daughter, Brianna (Sophie Skelton), meets Reverend Wakefield’s adopted son, Roger (Richard Rankin).
“The Battle Joined”
Season 3, Episode 1
September 10, 2017
Jamie struggles to survive in war-torn Scotland while Claire faces the challenges of domestic life in Boston in 1948.
Season 3, Episode 6
October 22, 2017
Twenty years after their separation, Claire returns to the eighteenth century and is reunited with Jamie, who is running a print shop in Edinburgh.
“Eye of the Storm”
Season 3, Episode 13
December 10, 2017
The twisty Season 3 finale sees a final showdown between Claire and the evil sorceress Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek) and redeploys the Frasers from the sweltering heat of Jamaica to the shores of the American colony of Georgia.
PaleyFest New York 2018: Outlander
October 5, 2018. This sold-out panel discussion with cast and creative team members of Outlander was held last fall on opening night of PaleyFest New York (four weeks prior to the November 4 premiere of Season 4 of Outlander on Starz). Julie Kosin from Harper’s Bazaar moderates a conversation with executive producer Maril Davis; executive producer/developer/writer Ronald D. Moore; and cast members Richard Rankin (Roger Wakefield), Sophie Skelton (Brianna ‘Bree’ Randall), Sam Heughan (James ‘Jamie’ MacKenzie Fraser), and Caitriona Balfe (Claire Beauchamp Randall / Fraser). Topics include Jamie and Claire’s domestic life in the pre-Revolutionary American colonies, and the introduction of new characters including Stephen Bonnet and Aunt Jocasta … plus a dog named Rollo—a Northern Inuit who has become a media star in his own right! (45 minutes)
Pea green with envy. I really wish they’d do some events like this at large cities that aren’t on either coast. Denver is pretty sizeable. Sigh.
As is Dallas, TX!
Totally agree. And what about oh, Atlanta, Chicago, Miami . . . . ?
Have fun! That is a great lineup of shorts from various episodes.
I considered going. If it was closer to where I lived, I would. But I’m in the Southwest.
There are two & maybe three key episodes missing from this list that in my opinion are pivotal building blocks in J&C’s relationship. I see them as important because in the end the entire book series is structured around defining the arc of their love story, so episodes that forward it remain close to me. In S1, The Reckoning…J&C cement their relationship even though Claire doesn’t realize that has happened fully until Jamie brings her to the stones & she can’t leave him. Rescue, fight, spanking, make-up – the foundation of their love story is formed in this episode. In S2, Je Suis Prest…Jamie steps into his true calling as a leader & Claire works through past trauma and stays the course to be by his side as a healer…they become an unbreakable team from that point on. In S3, Of Lost Things…Jamie explains what love is to Geneva and when he does, we are clear that the bond between J&C is forever strong -flashbacks to Claire shows us the same thing, And best of all, Jamie becomes father to a child, one he can love & teach in the present and always hold in his heart.
I love this. Thank you. I also felt that in “Je Suis Prest,” that being unbreakable for Claire means that she intends to die with Jamie at Colladon. She’ll fight alongside him if it comes to that. She won’t leave him no matter what. She also realizes at some point leading up the battle that that she’s pregnant. But that doesn’t change what she intends to do: to die with Jamie. Claire does this twice. I felt Claire knows she’s pregnant when she fights for Jamie’s life in the episode “To Ransom a Man’s Soul.” She says if he chooses to die, then she’ll die with him. I felt this powerfully illustrated the depth of her love for Jamie.
How I wish I lived near one of these ..they should show this thru fantom events ….its where they show an event all over the country thru bug screens at the same time …I’ve been to multi events to watch Drum Corp finals
Oops I meant big screens movie theaters …its a but costly but well worth it the events I’ve been to last for like 8 hrs for about $20
Worth every penny