Season 116 Episodes ((TOP))
Start to finish, season 1 of Outlander remained true to the overall story arcs of the book, as well as to the beloved characters, while infusing the adaptation with life and a perspective of its own. From the strong female character at its center to the journey into Highland culture to the heart of a passionate love story, Outlander has gone from strength to strength, never missing a beat.
Season 116 Episodes
Kurulus Osman Bolum 116 (season 4 episode 18) was originally scheduled to premiere on Wednesday, February 8; however, due to the tragic earthquake at the start of the month, the new episode was understandably been delayed.
I was eager to read your thoughts this morning, and they made me cry, remembering. What an amazing finale. Though I have read the books several times, I don't have the total recall that you do and so differences don't bother me as long as the general intent is there. They could not end in the hot spring, for example, because it would have meant that whole thing done in the nude and that would have distracted. I was confused about Clair's men's pants and found it jarring on first viewing until I watched the earlier episodes and realized it was her costume for her stage performances when searching for Jaime. I think it was MTV ( I could be wrong) which did an EXCELLENT review of the rape scenes and how Outlander broke new ground in showing it ALL (the good and the bad) plus the emotional reaction and Jamie's shame at having responded to BJR's making gentle love to him. I loved how the nudity throughout the series has always been so natural and not for shock value...it would have made NO sense, for example for BJR to have gotten up from the bed wearing pants. All in all just an outstanding conclusion and I look forward to next year.
I thought they did a wonderful job with a very difficult part of the book. The acting was phenomenal! Both Tobias Menzies and Sam Heughan deserve nominations. Catriolana Balfe too. Did you notice Jamie's posture when he was sitting in the rowboat, he was shrunken into himself and even when they all got on board, he was sitting by himself, still hunched over. And after Claire told him she was pregnant, and he said he was very happy, when he was holding her, his expression went back to one of worry and maybe a lack of confidence. I hope they do follow up with him getting through all that happened. Filming it must have been very difficult on everyone, including the crew filming it. I read somewhere it took a week to film the scenes in the dungeon. As with all the episodes, I have watched it several times (hard as this one was) and have picked up things I missed before. Like Jamie holding his hand over the brand through most of the scenes when Claire was working on him. I couldn't figure out how she wouldn't have seen it earlier. I did miss the underground hot springs in the abbey and did feel that everything was a little rushed, but that is part of the transition from written to visual medium, where Diana was able to take as many pages as she wanted, the series has to fit into a very rigid timeframe. I have been trying to think of another book that has been given 16 hours of tv time to tell the story and haven't thought of one. Roots was 8 hours, I looked it up. I couldn't believe the relief it was when we got out of the prison and into the sun on the beach! Loved Angus doing his Angus thing with Claire!The music was wonderful and I really loved the theme being done differently at the end. It is such a beautiful song.And now we go to another period of Droughtlander syndrome without even knowing when the drought will end. Sigh.
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