Outlander – TV Show #11
it seems that 2018 is going away like the wind. It seemed like New Year’s Eve was yesterday, the family celebrations, the food and the games with relatives, and instead it’s already the 6th of March. But the best part of every month is the TV show recommendation, which many of you are waiting for.
This article was supposed to come out yesterday, but since I started work-school alternation, I had to postpone it until today. Yesterday, however, a beautiful thing happened. I received an unexpected package from Harper Teen, I go to open and I find myself in front of the ARC of Ace of Shades, second book by Amanda Foody, out April 10. I can not wait to read and review it for you.
The TV show of which I will speak to you today, as you have already had occasion to see from the title and the image above, is Outlander, a Scottish series that has found a great success all over the world, causing a sensation in the hearts of many.
Outlander is based on a saga of books written by Diana Gabaldon. Basically speaking of Claire, who arrived in Scotland with her husband finds herself in front of stones that seem to be magical, which transport her back to hundreds of years in the past, where her adventure begins. Here she gets married, makes friends and enemies, is condemned as a witch, goes to France, returns in her time pregnant, then comes back 20 years later … in short, many things happen in just three seasons, short but very exciting, a historical TV series to see absolutely.
The third season was not yet finished that it had already been renewed and they were shooting the fourth, of which you can already found around pictures.
If you want to read the complete plots from wikipedia of the various seasons I leave the link below, I will not leave the plots because they are very long, but I would recommend, instead of going to read the plots, to go and watch the series and you will be satisfied. You’ll end it in no time, I’m sure.
To the next time,