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The stars of Waking the Dead on their new prequel drama – and why the show could be coming back to TV

Sue Johnston, Claire Goose, Holly Aird, Wil Johnson and creator Barbara Machin spill the secrets of the crime drama’s revival.

Waking the Dead was a show that went before its time. 335 more words


BBC's Waking the Dead is coming back… but there's a twist

BBC One’s popular police procedural drama Waking the Dead is making a comeback – but not in the way you’d expect.

Rather than a full TV series, series creator Barbara Machin has written a new five-part story called ‘The Unforgiven’ that will air on Radio 4 and explore how the Cold Case Unit first came together. 117 more words


How Outlander Has Avoided The Stereotypes Of Its Source Material

With Outlander Season 3 introducing the first characters/actors of color, this article is so timely. Many have wondered how they would be portrayed on the show, including me (Vida). 630 more words


Outlander | Blacklanderz Interview with Wil Johnson: Insight into Dr. Joe (EXCLUSIVE)

Wil Johnson made his American debut when his character, Joe Abernathy, stepped onto the screen in Outlander S3 Epi 3, All Debts Paid. Being the first Black (‘Negro’) male in Harvard Medical School’s anatomy class and Claire Randall, being the first female, the two quickly became confidants and forged a lasting friendship. 1,935 more words


NEW Gif of Joe Abernathy in Outlander 3x05 "Freedom and Whisky"

Here is a NEW Gif of Joe Abernathy in Outlander 3×05 “Freedom and Whisky”

Easier said than done. #Outlander pic.twitter.com/a7QrCQS4hj

— Outlander (@Outlander_STARZ) October 6, 2017


Outlander, Season 3, Episode 2, “Surrender”

Outlander, Season 3, Episode 2, “Surrender” takes place in both the 18th century, where Jamie Fraser is still a hunted fugitive six years after the Battle of Culloden and in the 20th century where Claire is living the life of a discontented housewife a year after arriving back to her present after years of high adventure in Scotland and France of two centuries before. 520 more words

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