See Screenings from the First Three Seasons at the Paley Center

Saturday & Sunday, January 26 & 27, 2019, in New York & Los Angeles
Screening 12:15 to 5:30 pm

Outlander, the sensational time-travel romantic drama based on Diana Gabaldon’s best-selling series of novels, stars Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall, a British nurse who in 1945 accidentally travels back in time 200 years to the Scottish Jacobite rebellion and falls in love with the Highlander Jamie Fraser—played by Sam Heughan.

In preparation for the Outlander season four finale (which airs Sunday, January 27 on Starz), the Paley Center is screening key episodes from the first three seasons. Come to the screenings with your friends and relive momentous moments in Claire and Jamie’s romance.

In New York: Trivia questions and Scottish shortbread will be provided!

 

New York Screening Schedule

TICKETS
Screenings are FREE and tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning with Paley Center Members. RSVP to reserve your seat in advance so you don’t miss out!

RSVP TICKETS - JAN. 26 RSVP TICKETS - JAN. 27

BECOME A PALEY MEMBER

Take advantage of your early access by becoming a Member today!
Tickets Available to Paley Supporting, Fellow & Patron Members NOW.
Paley Individual Members Thursday, Jan. 17 at noon.
General Public Friday, Jan. 18 at noon.

Saturday, January 26
12:15 pm
"Sassenach"
Season 1, Episode 1 
August 9, 2014
The pilot reveals how Claire, on her second honeymoon in Inverness with her historian husband Frank Randall (Tobias Menzies), is transported to 1743 Scotland.

1:15 pm
"The Wedding"
Season 1, Episode 7 
September 20, 2014 
Jamie and Claire get married to prevent her from being interrogated by British officers including the sadistic army captain Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies, in a dual role) and soon realize they are soulmates—leaving Claire conflicted about her feelings for Frank.

2:15 pm
"To Ransom a Man’s Soul"
Season 1, Episode 16 
May 30, 2015 
In Wentworth Prison the actions of the villainous Black Jack Randall inflict a horrible toll on Jamie that will change him forever.

3:15 pm
"Through a Glass, Darkly"
Season 2, Episode 1
April 9, 2016 
The Frasers move to Paris and come up with a game plan to stop the Jacobite rebellion, which Claire knows will end in the bloody Battle of Culloden.

4:15 pm
"Faith"
Season 2, Episode 7
May 21, 2016 
In one of the most devastating episodes of the series, Jamie and Claire lose everything that’s important to them and must come to terms with their heart-wrenching grief.


Sunday, January 27
12:15 pm
"Dragonfly in Amber"
Season 2, Episode 13
July 9, 2016 
The Season 2 finale juxtaposes the eve of the Battle of Culloden in 1746—when Jamie sends his pregnant wife back through the stones to safety—with Claire’s “present-day existence” in 1968. This is the episode where Claire and Jamie’s daughter, Brianna (Sophie Skelton), meets Reverend Wakefield’s adopted son, Roger (Richard Rankin).

1:45 pm
"The Battle Joined"
Season 3, Episode 1
September 10, 2017 
Jamie struggles to survive in war-torn Scotland while Claire faces the challenges of domestic life in Boston in 1948.  

2:40 pm
"A. Malcolm"
Season 3, Episode 6
October 22, 2017 
Twenty years after their separation, Claire returns to the eighteenth century and is reunited with Jamie, who is running a print shop in Edinburgh.

3:55 pm
"Eye of the Storm"
Season 3, Episode 13
December 10, 2017
The twisty Season 3 finale sees a final showdown between Claire and the evil sorceress Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek) and redeploys the Frasers from the sweltering heat of Jamaica to the shores of the American colony of Georgia.

4:50 pm
PaleyFest New York 2018: Outlander
BONUS SCREENING
October 5, 2018. This sold-out panel discussion with cast and creative team members of Outlander was held last fall on opening night of PaleyFest New York (four weeks prior to the November 4 premiere of Season 4 of Outlander on Starz). Julie Kosin from Harper's Bazaar moderates a conversation with executive producer Maril Davis; executive producer/developer/writer Ronald D. Moore; and cast members Richard Rankin (Roger Wakefield), Sophie Skelton (Brianna 'Bree' Randall), Sam Heughan (James 'Jamie' MacKenzie Fraser), and Caitriona Balfe (Claire Beauchamp Randall / Fraser). Topics include Jamie and Claire’s domestic life in the pre-Revolutionary American colonies, and the introduction of new characters including Stephen Bonnet and Aunt Jocasta … plus a dog named Rollo—a Northern Inuit who has become a media star in his own right! (45 minutes)

 

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Los Angeles Screening Schedule

TICKETS
Screenings are FREE and tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning with Paley Center Members. RSVP to reserve your seat in advance so you don’t miss out!

RSVP TICKETS - JAN. 26 RSVP TICKETS - JAN. 27

BECOME A PALEY MEMBER

Take advantage of your early access by becoming a Member today!
Tickets Available to Paley Supporting, Fellow & Patron Members NOW.
Paley Individual Members Thursday, Jan. 17 at noon.
General Public Friday, Jan. 18 at noon.

Saturday, January 26
12:15 pm
"Sassenach"
Season 1, Episode 1 
August 9, 2014
The pilot reveals how Claire, on her second honeymoon in Inverness with her historian husband Frank Randall (Tobias Menzies), is transported to 1743 Scotland.

1:15 pm
"The Wedding"
Season 1, Episode 7 
September 20, 2014 
Jamie and Claire get married to prevent her from being interrogated by British officers including the sadistic army captain Black Jack Randall (Tobias Menzies, in a dual role) and soon realize they are soulmates—leaving Claire conflicted about her feelings for Frank.

2:15 pm
"To Ransom a Man’s Soul"
Season 1, Episode 16 
May 30, 2015 
In Wentworth Prison the actions of the villainous Black Jack Randall inflict a horrible toll on Jamie that will change him forever.

3:15 pm
"Through a Glass, Darkly"
Season 2, Episode 1
April 9, 2016 
The Frasers move to Paris and come up with a game plan to stop the Jacobite rebellion, which Claire knows will end in the bloody Battle of Culloden.

4:15 pm
"Faith"
Season 2, Episode 7
May 21, 2016 
In one of the most devastating episodes of the series, Jamie and Claire lose everything that’s important to them and must come to terms with their heart-wrenching grief.


Sunday, January 27
12:15 pm
"Dragonfly in Amber"
Season 2, Episode 13
July 9, 2016 
The Season 2 finale juxtaposes the eve of the Battle of Culloden in 1746—when Jamie sends his pregnant wife back through the stones to safety—with Claire’s “present-day existence” in 1968. This is the episode where Claire and Jamie’s daughter, Brianna (Sophie Skelton), meets Reverend Wakefield’s adopted son, Roger (Richard Rankin).

1:45 pm
"The Battle Joined"
Season 3, Episode 1
September 10, 2017 
Jamie struggles to survive in war-torn Scotland while Claire faces the challenges of domestic life in Boston in 1948.  

2:40 pm
"A. Malcolm"
Season 3, Episode 6
October 22, 2017 
Twenty years after their separation, Claire returns to the eighteenth century and is reunited with Jamie, who is running a print shop in Edinburgh.

3:55 pm
"Eye of the Storm"
Season 3, Episode 13
December 10, 2017
The twisty Season 3 finale sees a final showdown between Claire and the evil sorceress Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek) and redeploys the Frasers from the sweltering heat of Jamaica to the shores of the American colony of Georgia.

4:50 pm
PaleyFest New York 2018: Outlander
BONUS SCREENING
October 5, 2018. This sold-out panel discussion with cast and creative team members of Outlander was held last fall on opening night of PaleyFest New York (four weeks prior to the season four premiere of Outlander on Starz). Julie Kosin from Harper's Bazaar moderates a conversation with executive producer Maril Davis; executive producer/developer/writer Ronald D. Moore; and cast members Richard Rankin (Roger Wakefield), Sophie Skelton (Brianna 'Bree' Randall), Sam Heughan (James 'Jamie' MacKenzie Fraser), and Caitriona Balfe (Claire Beauchamp Randall / Fraser). Topics include Jamie and Claire’s domestic life in the pre-Revolutionary American colonies, and the introduction of new characters including Stephen Bonnet and Aunt Jocasta … plus a dog named Rollo—a Northern Inuit who has become a media star in his own right! (45 min.)

 

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