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Come back Ron

by CKNR on
Rating: ★★★☆☆

It has been interesting to go behind the scenes and learn more about the production. I appreciated finding out why changes were made. On a personal note, I find the changes made due to technical production issues fascinating while those made at the whims of the writers/producers frustrating. The first two seasons are hosted predominantly by Ron Moore and are full of information. Toni Graphia takes over as host for most of seasons 3 and 4. She loves to talk and spends most of her time doing character analysis, failing to talk about production. When Matthew B. Roberts is hosting it’s better and he can speak of sets and production challenges, but I really wish Ron would return.

Fascinating

by Terrye Anne on
Rating: ★★★★★

Love hearing the details and their thought processes and decisions that posed problems

Self-serving drivel

by CathyAnnHenry on
Rating: ★☆☆☆☆

I started listening to this podcast hoping to gain some insight into the adaptation choices made for the show. Unfortunately, the producers and writers spend most of their time patting themselves on the back without really explaining themselves, and telling us about what they're drinking while they're recording it. In the podcast for episode 409, they spent the entire time of a very critical scene reminiscing about a party involving whisky and warm chocolate chip cookies. Don't expect to learn anything useful relevant to the show.

Would like yo see what you’re talking g about

by Pattid* on
Rating: ★★☆☆☆

I appreciate the commentary but it’s rendered useless without being able to see what they're speaking about.

An insight...but be prepared to get angry.

by JenntheRipper on
Rating: ★★★☆☆

As someone who has a film degree and enjoys seeing all the behind the scenes stuff, I find that particular part of this podcast enlightening. I like knowing why writers and producers make the decisions they make. Adapting a novel series as vast and detailed as Outlander can’t be easy and knowing why they choose certain parts of the novel and leave out others is very interesting. However, be prepared to get angry over the reasoning. These writers and producers LOVE secondary characters like Laoghaire and Frank and LOVE to insert them in anywhere. Having watched the show, I already know this, but hearing the reason behind the crazy amount of screen time for those 2 characters is INFURIATING. So, if you’d like a little insight into why things are the way they are in the show vs the book, then give it a listen. Seasons 1 and 2 are a little different because those seasons are hosted predominantly by Ron Moore. Seasons 3 and 4 are predominantly hosted by executive producers Matt Roberts and Toni Graphia. Seasons 3 and 4 are way more infuriating. Just FYI.

A MUST after watching every episode

by cbowlden on
Rating: ★★★★★

I love the insight into the episodes and seeing how things are done behind the scenes. There is so many great info we get from listening to this. I wish I would have known about this when I first started watching a couple years ago. Now I can go back and listen to them all.

405 and 406 still “not available”

by aub209 on
Rating: ★★★☆☆

Just wondering if everyone is having the same problem?

Unavailable

by mrsj6548 on
Rating: ★★★☆☆

iTunes podcast for last two episodes temporarily unavailable. Why?

Missing episode

by Eloise Midgen on
Rating: ★★★☆☆

Where is episode 405? It is 4 days behind schedule for being released.

Outlander podcast

by KeatC on
Rating: ★★★★★

Love the podcasts and all of the inside stories on each ep. Especially love Matt and Toni. Ron has this show in very good hands!FYI Terry’s costumes rock and I can listen to her and Ron anytime. Especially loved the wedding ep podcast and Ron’s confession of the first Tim he met Terry.

Fix

by Nicole Loftus on
Rating: ★★★★★

Did you guys know episode 210 isn’t working please fix that

Where’s the right podcast

by linderhill on
Rating: ★★☆☆☆

I don’t know why but when I went to listen to the podcast for “America the Beautiful” it was the podcast for the “the Eye of the Storm.” I enjoyed that podcast when I originally listened to it and listened again to refresh my memory of that episode, but it wasn’t the correct podcast for the newest episode. Am I going to have to go to another source to find the correct one? What’s the point of being subscribed if I don’t get the correct episode?

For a podcast — too much silence

by LinsNW on
Rating: ★★★☆☆

Who sits down with the tv on to listen to a podcast? Please include the show’s audio with your commentary. Most people listen to podcasts during a commute or workout and all of the choppy silences make it so hard to stay engaged.

Love the podcast, but...

by mlspray on
Rating: ★★★★☆

I look forward to your podcasts every season. I was excited to see episode 401 ready to play this morning, and...it’s episode 313, listed as 401. I already listened to that one last season. This has happened a few times before. Please fix this ASAP! Other than that, I’m a big fan. Thanks!

Sadistic and Abhorrent

by Jaleana on
Rating: ★☆☆☆☆

This is so good until it turns ugly and horrific. After I watched parts of the last two episodes of season 1, it haunted me. I feel it crossed a serious line. I imagine the actors experience PTSD to this day. Especially Jamie and Captain Randall. You’ll regret letting these images in your mind.

Brilliant

by GraceAmulet on
Rating: ★★★★★

I love to hear how film and TV is made so this was such a treat to find. So thrilled that Ron Moore does a podcast for each individual episode, it is the film geek’s dream. I also love that (so far) he is usually drinking whiskey and often by a crackling fire to really set the Scottish mood.

Love the episode reviews

by Dietta H on
Rating: ★★★★★

Mary and Blake discuss each episode with humor and insight. I love hearing Mary’s genuine laugh and Blake’s analysis. Usually, I save their episodes for garden or cleaning days to make them go fast! Thanks M and B! You always make my day!

Very interesting

by Ms Pepp on
Rating: ★★★★★

Great insight into the tv series!

Great!

by 1/19/2010 on
Rating: ★★★★★

Learning a lot, especially like hearing about the choices made when it has to deviate from the book. Would love to have the actors participate and hear about the filming from their perspective as well. Keep up the great work!

Get it together!

by msimpaz on
Rating: ★★☆☆☆

As much as I love to listen, the random list of episodes-out of order, missing, mis-titled, etc. has frustrated the heck out of me. ‘Jesus H. Roosevelt Christ’ get your podcast together!