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Outlander Reviews and After Show - AfterBuzz TV

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The Outlander After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Starz's Outlander. Show Summary: After serving as a British Army nurse in World War II, Claire Randall is enjoying a second honeymoon in Scotland with husband Frank, an MI6 officer looking forward to a new career as an Oxford historian. Suddenly, Claire is transported to 1743 and into a mysterious world where her freedom and life are threatened. To survive, she marries Jamie Fraser, a strapping Scots warrior with a complicated past and a disarming sense of humor. A passionate relationship ensues, and Claire is caught between two vastly different men in two inharmonious lives. "Outlander" is adapted from the best-selling books by Diana Gabaldon.

Customer Reviews

a little to much fan-girling

The host is way too squeelie and fan girlie to be tolerated. She needs to calm down and learn the some restraint and how to pronounce some of the names in the show. I appreciate she’s excited but it gets grating after awhile. There really is more to the story than Jamie and Claire are so hot and so hot together.

Great Outlander Podcast!!

I LOVE the Outlander books and am so excited to see them come to life on the screen! I think you guys are great and I love listening to your discussion each week!


Love hearing the perspectives of non-book readers.