Sam Heughan of Outlander celebrates his Starz drama’s first anniversary with never-before-seen photos.
Same Hueghan, star of the hit Starz series OUTLANDER, shared never-before-seen photographs to commemorate the show’s seventh anniversary.
After its launch on Starz in 2014, Outlander became a great sensation with millions of fans all over the world. Jamie Fraser star Sam Hueghan posted to Instagram to share flashback images of himself and co-star Caitriona Balfe, with a sixth season in the works.
Actor Sam Hueghan opted to reminisce on the first season of Outlander with the humorous images to commemorate the show’s anniversary.
He posted a series of images of himself reading his lines while leaning on a mannequin of a dead body.
Another shot showed Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe), who is a fan favorite, snuggling with another morbid-looking mannequin and appearing to snooze.
A young-looking Jamie sat upright and posed for a photo in the final photograph.
“Seven years ago today, @outlander starz premiered!” the actor said in the post.
“These are the first images I have on my phone,” he revealed (I actually lost my phone onset in the prison whilst filming the season one finale).
“Looks like nothing has changed in seven years; I’m still learning my lines while Cait sleeps,” Jamie added.
With the mention of the jail and the mannequins used to portray dead people, it’s easy to assume that the actor is referring to Wentworth Prison from season one.
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Claire attempted to save Jamie from a prison where he had been sentenced to death after being arrested by the Redcoats in the last episode.
However, Claire was confined in a room filled with the bodies of executed convicts by the wicked Black Jack (Tobias Menzies).
Caitriona Balfe, who plays Claire Randall on Outlander, also took to Twitter to commemorate the show’s seventh anniversary.
She tweeted a throwback selfie of herself beaten and injured in character, with the caption: “Seven years!!!!!” It’s the one-year anniversary of our first broadcast, and what a rollercoaster trip it’s been since then.
“Thank you to all our fans who have supported us year after year, and to @Writer DG for giving us all this present, and to @Outlander STARZ @SPTV for the continuing support,” she added.
Claire Fraser, a World War II medic, time-traveled between the 18th and 20th centuries in the blockbuster series.
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