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Outlander (2014)

Drama | Romance 
Rayting:   8.4/10 124493 votes
Country: USA
Language: English

An English combat nurse from 1945 is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743.

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User Reviews

pstrehle 31 December 2018

What am I to do. Now that I know this exists. I'm not sure I will find my own way back to my life.

cherokee1020 18 August 2014

For the past 23 years, Outlander has been a presence in my life. Have read it countless times, in fact started it again just yesterday. I am proud and humbled to be One of the Original Seven Ladies of Lallybroch, associated with one of the very first global groups devoted to Diana Gabaldon and The Books. For decades, the idea of a cinematic version of The Books has teased and taunted us, flirting with our imaginations and hopes. Now, it is here. And here it is. Every detail is brilliant - script, costumes, sets, and yes, the actors. The Series is a visual companion to The Books, and a boon companion it is. It is also an adaptation, not a verbatim recitation. Fidelity to our beloved characters and story is assured by the continuing involvement of Diana in the creative process. She fiercely protects her story and, in the process, her fans - which are both legion and legend. Caitriona Balfe truly IS Claire, as Sam Heughan IS Jamie. A cup up to Ron Moore, Maril Davis, and the entire crew (Terry for the amazing costumes)for giving us Our Outlander...

dariana-ro 11 August 2014

I never read the books and never heard anything about this story before I saw the show. I don't know how close it comes to the books but as a show is absolutely fantastic.

Everything was done right , actors , costumes, music and the scotsmen in kilts are so sexy . I am in love.

We have beautiful landscapes , music to match , time travel , an intelligent mature woman as a lead character and two attractive men that love her . I like the romance part and the history part. I like everything about this show.

I wish they add some subtitles . I don't know how well native English speakers understand the Gaelic but English is not my native language and I could not understand a word in Gaelic.

mcampbelljh1 11 August 2014

I've recently been reading (actually listening to the audio-books) the Outlander series of books having completed 5 so far so when I saw the Starz TV series was coming out I just had to watch it. I must say I loved the Outlander books, but I'm not a fanatic when it comes to translating books to the screen they are very different mediums and thus can take on a different look and feel and that's OK with me. In this case, I don't think people who are would be disappointed anyway as the screen writers did an excellent job of translating the 1st part of the book to the screen (I've only seen the 1st episode but I'm already hooked so I'm sure I'll enjoy the rest).

I loved their choice of actors to take on the roles of Jamie, Claire, Frank and Dugan. Sam Heughan is perfect as Jamie Fraser (just the right bit of good looks and ruggedness one might expect in Jamie). Caitriona Balfe also seemed like a good choice for Claire (beautiful yet strong enough to carry the role). I think Frank/Jack Randall's portrayal by Tobias Menzies will also fit my vision of Frank/Jack and I think he can carry off both roles one as the wicked Jack and the other as the loving yet dull Frank (when compared to Jamie). And the Scottish actors like Graham McTavish (Dougal) will bring old Scotland to life on the screen for me.

From the 1st episode I think they producers will not be shy to include the more sexual aspects of the Outlander books, as they do have this erotic element that actually makes the love between Claire and Jamie the driving force of their relationship which allows it to span centuries, even when they are no longer together. It's that love/passion for each other that keeps them alive in each other's heart and so far to the directors credit, they have not been shy about adding it. I'm looking forward to the Claire Jamie love scenes hopefully to come... I'm also going to enjoy the Scottish history and scenery, and loved the way they so far have included it in the TV series. It's going to be very interesting to me especially as my ancestors are Scottish.

I know Starz will be increasing its revenues with this series' fans all signing up just to see it. There must be millions of us around the world that love these books and I'm sure like me many of them will order the cable channel just to watch this. I'm very happy to see Starz did such a good job in bringing this to life on the screen. So rarely do we get a good adult drama on TV these days, and this will surely be that. I'm liking many of the original show Starz is offering this season like this and Black Sails, Strikback. Who ever is heading their creative development deserves a lot of credit for their selection of shows to produce. I think Starz is catching up to HBO and Showtime in it's original shows and might even surpass them if it keeps producing shows of this quality plus they have a much better selection of movies that the other channels. As a new Starz member, I'd recommend it to others.

RobScott-13 25 November 2020

I never read the Outlander books so I didn't really know what to expect. I originally thought it was a show targeted just for women but I was way wrong. This show has something for everyone and I'm so glad I finally gave it a chance because it's become one of my favorite shows! I binged the entire series and loved it!

lksmith111 25 August 2014

I have been a fan, make that obsessed fan, from the first book. There are now eight BIG books in the series along with The Lord John series and a few novellas. I've read them all numerous times. I was hesitant about TV show ruining the books but Starz and Ron D. Moore have shown that you can use a book's dialog and make the actors fit into the characters and make a marvelous show.

Outlander so far has been a perfect representation of the book. Sam Heughan as Jamie is sublime.....as is Caitrona Balfe as Claire. Even though Claire is telling the story, it's Jamie we all want.

I am thrilled with the camera work, the costumes, and the writing. I'm thinking subtitles for the Gaelic Language would have been a good decision but I understand why there is none. After all Claire doesn't understand it either and it is her story.

Kudos to Diana Gsbaldon for writing the stories and for trusting Ron D. Moore with it. Watch!,

dobrinandreea 7 March 2021

I never seen such an amazing TV Show, that include the adrenaline, the action, love, power, old times, healings and other interesting things, all in the same time. Outlander just make me love the old times, and make me want more. Every episode is interesting, because they add always something new. You can't even get bored. The actors gives the best and makes you fall in love and live the story for real. Every chapter have something different that you don't expect and they will surprise you in a good way. I recommend all the 5 seasons, and can't wait for the season 6 or maybe more too. Love it, love it, love it. Congratulations to the all actors and to the all equipe that make part of this amazing project!

deborahzzzzz 5 March 2021

I have never before affected so much with emotion on any other series before! I am so taken aback by the sheer emotions brought on by the sexual scenes so much so I could cry.I am in awe of the actors that made this so real & yet at the same time I hope they survived such dramatic & emotional scenes & also how the hell did they survive such brutal experiences that can only distroy a soul.

I hope one day I can meet these people that endured so many/much emotional scenes & how they dealt with it in their own lives.It brought tears to my eyes but also my Heart.

brendamaille 5 March 2021

I love everything about Outlander. I did not discover it until early spring 2020 during the pandemic. I finished all five seasons in a couple of weeks. Each episode is like watching a large scale epic movie. The scenery is stunning; the music is beautiful and is almost like a character itself; the costumes, sets and props are painstakingly accurate for the time periods and locations. The adaptation of Diana Galbadon's series of books for television brings to life a compelling historical drama heavy in romance with an underlying premise of time travel. But what really makes Outlander stand out is the incredible performances by its cast. Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan as the leads turn out superb performances episode after episode. Whether they are performing incredibly tense dramatic scenes, passionate romantic scenes, high energy action scenes or scenes of ordinary everyday life, Caitriona, Sam and the other actors turn out believable performances that make the viewers become totally absorbed in the storyline. I have never felt as strongly and passionately about a television show before. I now compare everything I watch to Outlander and nothing compares. It has set a very high bar. Because of the attention paid to historical accuracy, Outlander also provides an entertaining way to learn about the history of the Scottish Highlanders, as well as pre-revolutionary colonial America. I am so looking forward to season 6.

nirajmuz 4 March 2021

Jesus H... Roosevelt Christ! Love this adventurous trip From my home to such a beautiful ancient life... That story is very very outstanding for me.... The romance is ..... Just woow.... For claire- they called physician, a healer, witch! No matters what they thinks....

fitzpatal 21 February 2021

This show has everything! A period drama of mammoth proportions. Sexy, romantic, fantasy, sci-fi, war, everlasting love and sheer beautiful landscapes.

ericedstinson 10 October 2017

I've really enjoyed this series. One of the best shows available on Netflix and other sources.

This show has not become as mainstream as I would like, and I pray it maintains enough popularity to remain in production.

If you enjoy historical TV shows that are spiced with the right concoction of romance, plot and action, then this is the right show for you.

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