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The Outlander stars’ filmographies continue to grow. Caitriona Balfe has another period drama in the works. She’s reportedly set to star in Pride and Prejudice on Netflix.

According to Pioneer Scoop, Caitriona Balfe has another project in the works. Just like her Outlander co-star Sam Heughan, she’s working on growing her filmography while still working on the STARZ series.

Balfe will reportedly star in Netflix’s Pride and Prejudice adaptation that is set to star Lily James in the lead role. It’s not yet clear who Balfe will play on the series, but she could be one of the sisters or a member of the High Society. Helena Bonham Carter and Eleanor Tomlinson are also reported to star in the series.

There is very little known about the adaptation so far. Only Pioneer Scoop is reporting the news, which makes it much harder to get all the information in place and confirm the truth.

What does Caitriona Balfe in Pride and Prejudice mean for Outlander?

Of course, when we find out that one of the Outlander stars is connected to another show or movie, it’s common to worry about what it means for our series. Surely the leads landing other roles means there’s a risk of Outlander coming to an end.

The two leads routinely state that they’re in Outlander until the end. The other projects are done when Outlander isn’t filming. We know that Heughan’s upcoming movie Everest will start filming n January 2022. Pride and Prejudice started filming in May 2021, although Balfe wouldn’t have been fully available until recently when Outlander Season 6 filming wrapped.

There’s no reason to worry about the stars leaving our series just yet. Not only are they under contract, but they are fully committed to the series for as long as it takes to finish up the story of Claire and Jamie.

Pride and Prejudice is set to release on Netflix sometime in 2022.
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The Gracie Awards, which are bestowed by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation to honor standout women in the media industry and recognize entertainment and news programming that addressed timely topics and social issues, has unveiled its winners for its 46th edition.

Kerry Washington, Lena Waithe, Kelly Clarkson, Michelle Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Erin Andrews are among this year’s winners, along with shows including Today, CBS This Morning, Black-ish and Taylor Swift’s hybrid Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions. FX’s Mrs. America won twice, for Limited Series and Ensemble.

In other TV categories, 60 Minutes, Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi and This Is Us also scored wins, as did Caitriona Balfe of Outlander, Catherine O’Hara of Schitt’s Creek, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan of Never Have I Ever and P-Valley’s Shannon Thornton. Obama and Clinton won for their work in their respective podcasts.

Winners will be celebrated September 27 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles.

“Throughout this important year, we have enjoyed some of the most compelling content in our history. We were informed, enlightened and entertained by women in media across all platforms,” said Becky Brooks, President, Alliance for Women in Media Foundation. “As we celebrate AWM’s 70th anniversary, we are thrilled to honor this incredible group of women who have demonstrated their commitment to sharing emotionally charged, timely and compelling content. We look forward to reconvening in person to recognize these incredible achievements and brave storytelling.”

Organizers also said Wednesday that in lieu of the Gracie Awards Luncheon, which will no longer take place in person June 26 in New York City, local and student award winners will be recognized virtually. [Source]



Starz has set early 2022 for the long-awaited Season 6 premiere of Outlander. The announcement comes as production winds up this week on the sixth season of the fantasy period drama from executive producer Ronald D. Moore, based on Diana Gabaldon’s book series. Production had been delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic; the extended wait for the new season dubbed Droughtlander by many. Starz says the series will return in 2022 with a shortened eight-episode season including a 90-minute premiere episode. Production then will begin on an extended 16-episode Season 7, according to Starz. Both seasons initially were slated for 12 episodes, in line with the previous five seasons. Starz also released some new photos from Season 6.

“We are excited to get into the editing room to work on bringing the fans one step closer to reuniting with the family back on Fraser’s Ridge,” said Matthew B. Roberts, Outlander showrunner. “Filming in 2021 has presented an unprecedented set of challenges which led us to the decision to truncate the season in order to bring the fans the most vibrant and dynamic season as soon as possible. Dinna fash, we will then film an extended season seven with 16 episodes next year as life returns to normalcy.”

Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan star as Claire and Jamie Fraser, along with Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin as Brianna and Roger MacKenzie and John Bell as Young Ian.

“We are committed to telling the story fully with gripping and bold storylines in the upcoming eight-episode season that introduces viewers to new characters including Tom, Allan and Malva Christie (Mark Lewis-Jones, Alexander Vlahos and Jessica Reynolds) who create tension on the Ridge,” said Christina Davis, President of Original Programming for Starz. “We can’t wait for viewers to see the exciting sixth season that reflects the Starz #TakeTheLead initiative through unapologetic storytelling and powerful female characters.”

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Outlander continues.

Starz has picked up a seventh season of the period fantasy drama ahead of its sixth season.

This comes as filming on season six started back up earlier this year, delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and dubbed Droughtlander by many.

Matthew B. Roberts will continue as showrunner with stars Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin all returning for season seven, which will be based on An Echo in the Bone, the seventh book in Diana Gabaldon’s book series.

It has been picked up for a 12-episode order from Sony Pictures Television, in line with the last four seasons.

Outlander, exec produced by Ronald D. Moore, stars Balfe as Claire Randall, a married former WWII nurse who in 1946 finds herself transported back to Scotland in 1743. Gabaldon also has a ninth – Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone – forthcoming.

There’s no official word on any scripted spinoffs as yet, although last year Starz CEO Jeffrey Hirsch told Deadline that he believes “there’s a lot of opportunity in the Outlander universe to have story extensions, spin-offs or sequels”. “Hopefully we’ll find something that feels great and that we can continue to tell that story,” he added.

Fans are often calling for a storyline featuring Lord John Grey, a loyal friend to the key characters, to be spun-off. Gabaldon has written a number of Lord John novellas.

On the non-scripted side, Heughan and Graham McTavish are currently starring in Scottish road trip series Men In Kilts, exploring their heritage and meeting an incredible collection of people who showcase what it means to be Scottish.

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The Satellite Awards 2021, has recently announced the list of the nominees in various categories. Celebrating the 25th year of ‘Satellite Awards,’ this time it seems to be coming up with something new, something innovative. As soon as the various categories and the nominees were announced, it was found out that the ‘Outlander’ fame Caitriona Balfe, often known as ‘Claire’ has also made it up to the nomination list!

One who has witnessed the battle of Scottish clans in the periodic drama series ‘Outlander,’ might have come across the charismatic dramatics of Caitriona Balfe, playing the eponymous as Claire, the time travelling woman. Known for her magical chemistry test with her co-actor Sam Heughan in ‘Outlander, she has elevated herself beyond excellence. After completely watching the entire series, one might find it hard to fit any other actress into the role of Claire, such was her acting versatility. No wonder that she was nominated for the Satellite Awards.

Getting enrolled into the list of nominees in the actresses in series, and that too for the silver Jubilee of Satellite Awards is indeed an honor. Recently, the actress herself expressed her wholehearted gratitude with an interesting GIF image from the series ‘Outlander.’

Ahhhh … so exciting!!!! Thank you @SatelliteAwards for the nomination and thanks to our great team of writers, cast and crew who help me bring Claire to life on the daily ❤️

The written post was also accompanied by an ‘Outlander spiced GIF’ saying ‘You Made the Wise Choice’! [Source]



Caitriona Balfe has announced that her Forget Me Not Scottish gin is now available to buy.

The Irish actress, who plays lead Claire Randall/Fraser in the show, first announced plans for Forget Me Not Gin this summer in a bid to support the arts and “acknowledge the positive contribution creative industries make to society”.

Speaking about the launch this week she thanked everyone who managed to buy a bottle already.

Speaking on Twitter she said: “I am so excited to announce that our limited edition first batch is on sale now. The launch went phenomenally and we do have a few bottles and anyone who wants to buy one of those should go to Forgetmenot.com.”

The gin is currently only on offer for those in the UK and the EU, but the Irish actress added that they are hoping to get it out to other international markets very soon.

She had previously spoken about how the “very special product” has combined her love of “collaborating with friends, drinking and finding ways to support” the beleaguered artistic community.

The special spirit is described as a “smooth botanical gin” distilled in the Highlands of Scotland – though the distillery hasn’t been named.

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Outlander star Caitriona Balfe has launched her own Scottish gin – and it’s for a great cause.

The Irish actress, who plays lead Claire Randall/Fraser in the show, has created Forget Me Not Gin to support the arts and “acknowledge the positive contribution creative industries make to society”.

Posting on her official Twitter account, Caitriona wrote: “This is a very special product that has combined my love of collaborating with friends, drinking and finding ways to support our beleaguered artistic community.

“So I hope you enjoy and feel the love that has gone into Forget Me Not.”

The star had previously teased the new gin in a clip of her enjoying a G & T with her instagram star cat Eddie.

The special spirit is described as a “smooth botanical gin” distilled in the Highlands of Scotland – though the distillery hasn’t been named.

It’s created using botanicals including the Forget Me Not flower (which holds special significance on the show), rosehip, elderflower and interestingly beetroot.

A portion of the profits from sales of the new expression will go to support a number of charities and projects involved with the arts.

The first of which is the SWG3 Graduate Programme, which is based in Glasgow and offers a 12-month sponsored studio residency and commissioning programme to artists and designers each year.

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Fans of Starz’s time-traveling love story Outlander will be intrigued. According to the show’s EP, Maril Davis, “something fun and new” will happen to the characters of Brianna and Roger in the upcoming Season 6.

Speaking during a PaleyFest panel discussion in Los Angeles, Davis did not elaborate further on this new storyline but said of the new season, “Jamie and Claire, their love deepens; Roger and Brianna, they have their own journey… and Caitlin [O’Ryan], who plays Lizzie, has a great story, and she’s such a great actress.”

Davis’ fellow EP Matthew B. Roberts also assured fans there will be no lull in the action enjoyed last season. “There are going to be joys, there’s going to be a drama, there’s going to be suffering, there’s going to be tears,” he said. “All of the above.”

Last season saw the action centered on Fraser’s Ridge, the homestead built in North Carolina by Claire and Jamie Fraser. Living on the brink of the Revolutionary War, they, and their daughter and son-in-law, Brianna and Roger, have faced execution, bereavement, sexual assault, kidnapping and even a snake bite.

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The Season 5 finale of Starz’ mega-hit show Outlander was a deeply emotional journey for its leads, Caitriona Balfe, who plays Claire Fraser, and Sam Heughan, as her husband Jamie Fraser.

Since its 2014 premiere, the show has led us through two hundred years of time travel for the star-crossed lovers, as they’ve survived everything from the Battle of Culloden, to marauding pirates. Now, in Season 5, the couple have attempted to settle in 18th century North Carolina, on the brink of the American Revolutionary War. But of course, in true Outlander fashion, things do not run smoothly, and by the finale, Claire and Jamie Fraser find themselves in a horrific situation.

The episode “Never My Love” follows Claire as she is brutally abducted and raped. Speaking via video conference during an AwardsLine screening series panel discussion on Thursday, showrunner, executive producer and writer Matthew B. Roberts talked about the decision to do extensive research into trauma and to partner with RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network).

“We wanted to be very careful with it,” he said. We have in the past on Outlander dealt with rape and sexual assault on the show so we have a lot of consultants, over the past six years, that we’ve been going to, and we mine their expertise before we even start the process.”

Balfe, who, along with Heughan was also a producer this season, added, “I think anytime you tackle the issue of sexual violence or rape, you want to do it the most responsible way you possibly can. What we’ve always done on Outlander is try to take a point of view and highlight something that can be somewhat helpful in terms of starting a conversation… We talked a lot with RAINN about how we could approach this and also in terms of having trigger warnings before the episode.”

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Bloomsday Readings and Songs will be streamed lived form Dublin on Bloomsday, June 16, with appearances from Irish celebs including Caitriona Balfe, Aidan Gillen, Glen Hansard, David Norris, and more – tune in here!

It’s time to don that boater hat and join Caitriona Balfe, Aidan Gillen, Glen Hansard, David Norris, and more for a celebration of James Joyce’s Ulysses as part of the Bloomsday Festival’s flagship event “Readings and Songs.”

Bloomsday, June 16, the day in which James Joyce’s “Ulysses” unfolds, is a long-standing and treasured tradition. This year, the tradition will be kept alive online thanks to Bloomsday Readings and Songs, which will be streaming live from Dublin, the backdrop to Joyce’s famous novel.

You can tune into Bloomsday Readings and Songs live here on IrishCentral or over on IrishCentral’s Facebook on Bloomsday, June 16th, at 7pm IST / 2pm EST.

Every Dubliner has their own story about James Joyce, and no one more so than our best-known Joycean scholar, Senator David Norris, who has been at the heart of Joyce’s Dublin for almost 60 years. Senator Norris will introduce the show, featuring a cast of noted Irish writers, actors, musicians, pundits, and everyone in between, reading extracts from Ulysses. The readings will bring to life Joyce’s immortal words, from his description of Dublin’s “snot green sea”, to Molly Bloom’s famous “yes”.

Ulysses is composed in 18 episodes mirroring Homer’s Odyssey and takes place in over 18 locations around Dublin. Experience your personal odyssey through James Joyce’s epic novel from the comfort of your home.

Writers taking part this year’s Bloomsday Readings and Songs event include Colum McCann, Booker Prize nominee Donal Ryan, Paul Lynch, winner of the Kerry Group Novel of Year, crime writer Tana French, Mary Costello, recently shortlisted for the Dalkey Literary Award, Christine Dwyer Hickey, author of Dublin’s most recent One City One Book, and Peter Murphy, novelist, and vocalist with Cursed Murphy & the Resistance. International best-selling author Douglas Kennedy will be reading with his actress daughter, Amelia Kennedy.

Going from stage to page will be chanteuse Camille O’Sullivan, Jess Kavanagh of BARQ, spoken word artist Sasha Terfous, and Glen Hansard. While joining the Bloomsday Festival from TV, film and the stage will be Aiden Gillen, Kate Stanley Brennan, Emmet Kirwan, performance artist Bonnie Boux, and writer and director Gerard Stembridge. Bafta winner and four-time Golden Globe nominee actress, Caitriona Balfe, will be reading from Molly Bloom’s soliloquy.

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