Saturday, December 26, 2015

‘Outlander’ News: Sam Heughan Hints Season 2 Premiere Date Announced Soon?

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(Photo : STARZ/Outlander's Official Facebook Page) "Outlander" star Sam Heughan recently hinted that there is a chance that STARZ could announce the season two premiere date very soon while the network posted a new promotional image of Claire Fraser in Paris, France on Twitter.


"Outlander" star Sam Heughan recently confirmed that season two is almost done and hinted
that STARZ will make an announcement regarding the premiere date very soon.

"Outlander" was named the Radio Times TV Show Champion of 2015 this week and Heughan thanked fans for making sure that their favorite show won the competition.

The actor added that the results were the best Christmas present he could have received, notes Radio Times.

"The award is due to all the cast and crew who work so hard in every weather condition," he said. "Season two is almost complete and #Droughtlander is almost over. Thanks again to our extended clan of Outlander fans, we make the show for them."

Given the fact that Heughan noted the cast is almost done filming the second season, it is possible that STARZ will announce the premiere date sometime in late January or even early February.

Aside from "Outlander" being named TV Show Champion 2015 by Radio Times, STARZ also released a new season two promotional picture on Twitter just in time for the holidays.

The image shows Caitriona Balfe as Claire Fraser and she is wearing a gorgeous purple dress.

The caption reads "Claire is not one to sit still" and given the determined look on her face, the new picture hints that she is about to confront someone. It is possible that she is looking for Jamie or might even have to negotiate with someone at the French court.

Finally, "Outlander" star Caitriona Balfe took to Twitter to voice her support for the Malala Fund.

She retweeted a post and urged her fans to support Malala Yousafazi's campaign to make sure that young women all over the world receive 12 years of education.

Balfe also posted a Huffington Post article that explores how investing in young women has the greatest impact in creating strong communities and building peaceful societies all around the world.

"Outlander" season two will air sometime in 2016, so keep checking back with Fashion&Style for the latest news about the show!



         
Caitriona Balfe as Claire Fraser


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