Just a small message to wish you all Happy Holidays!! This year wasn’t good to me. I am sick and unemployed and making fansites was like a therapy for me. Thanks to all the fans that I am knowing and thanks to all the visitors. You all made me happy.
I am going to try to make a big gallery update before the year ends. Going to try this the next week.
Trying the best with this site the next year. Any comments, suggestions…will be more than appreciated.
Make all your dreams come true and enjoy this season. May the blessings of this season fill your heart with peace, love and laughter. Happy Holiday season.
When Outlander premiered in 2014 on Starz, the historical drama immediately captured the hearts of both fans of Diana Gabaldon’s original book series as well as plenty of newcomers who couldn’t help but fall in love with the fantasy romance. Part of the rabid obsession with the series is owed to its two fantastic leads, Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan, whose onscreen relationship as Claire and Jamie is one of TV’s most electric. Since we’re currently in the midst of one hell of a Droughtlander until season three returns, we decided to go right to the source and hopped on the phone with Heughan to pump him for details. Although he didn’t give up all the goods (he’s a true Scottish gentleman, after all), he teased everything from the big surprises fans should expect to see in the new episodes to what it’s like to age two decades between seasons.
POPSUGAR: I have to say, I really love the interactions you have with Outlander fans on social media. It seems like there are few fandoms that are as strong and supportive as Outlander’s, and the cast seems to have a great relationship with them.
Sam Heughan: I think we have possibly the best fans — actually, I know we have the best fans that there are. They’re so supportive of what we do, and they’re extremely passionate and enthusiastic. They’re very discerning as well. They don’t take any crap. We started out making the show ultimately for the fans, but we’ve gathered new fans as well as fans of the books. We just love to interact with them. Sometimes we don’t get the chance to, or have enough time to, but it’s been great meeting some of them. It’s been amazing. After almost three years, you can really feel the relationship with them.
PS: I bet. Have you had any particularly memorable moments with any of them?
Scottish actor Sam Heughan has been announced as Scotland President of blood cancer charity Bloodwise.
Sam, 36, who plays Jamie Fraser in the hit TV series Outlander, has been a staunch supporter of the charity since 2011, most recently spearheading fundraising and fitness campaign ‘My Peak Challenge’.
The initiative galvanised Sam’s supporters to raise £225,000 to help fund a clinical trial that is testing treatment for one of the most aggressive forms of leukaemia.
He was announced president of the charity at a reception held at the iconic Lighthouse in Glasgow.
It is hoped that Sam’s role at the charity will continue to raise awareness of blood cancers such as leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.
Sam, who was joined during the evening by Scottish blood cancer patients, researchers and fundraisers, said: “It is a great honour to be given this title and to have met the extended Bloodwise family and individuals who have contributed to research and helped to fundraise.
“They are making a remarkable difference.
“I hope to honour all those affected by blood cancer and continue the fight against this disease.”
Yvonne Dickson, head of regional fundraising, presented a hand engraved Scottish Quaich to Sam to celebrate the occasion.