This was the best ‘Outlander’ episode of the season since Claire & Jamie’s reunion. How fantastic to discover that Geillis Duncan has escaped being burned as a witch & Lord John Grey just happens to be the governor of Jamaica.
How thirsty did you just get watching Claire walk for almost 3 days through a tropical forest after jumping off Captain Leonard’s ship? Luckily, her risky move paid off in a just-in-time reunion with the love of her life.
Can anything ever be easy for Claire & Jamie? First, young Ian is kidnapped by pirates and now, Claire is stolen away by a British navy captain who is desperate for her to save his men from typhoid fever.
If you have been a fan of ‘The Daily Show,’ then you already know ‘correspondent’ Jordan Klepper. Now, tune in to his new nightly show ‘The Opposition,’ in which he plays a right wing fact-challenged show host.
Get ready to get acquainted with LBJ — Lyndon B. Johnson — the 36th President of the United States, in the enthralling new film, ‘LBJ,’ starring Woody Harrelson. Here, the legendary director Rob Reiner’s exclusive HollywoodLife.com interview.
Just when we all thought that Selena Gomez had finally cured herself of her own personal Biebermania, she split with her boyfriend, The Weeknd, and is bike riding and nuzzling with Justin Bieber. Here’s why the pair can’t stop, won’t stop!
Bombshell! Jamie hasn’t exactly been quick to spill the beans to Claire about a marriage-changing secret — he’s got ANOTHER living wife. And then, there are a few other worrisome aspects to Jamie’s life that Claire starts stumbling on.
If you are desperate for a real-life heroine, then run to see ‘Jane,’ a fascinating documentary about chimpanzee guru, Jane Goodall, who has devoted her life to observing & learning about the primates. Here, our exclusive interview with the director.