Outlander: Five Reasons Outlander’s Love Scenes Are So Genuine


Who know that a show about a woman in the 1900s who is sucked back to the 1700s in some sort of warped time travel scenario could be so sexy? Before I’d heard of Outlander, I’d, well, never heard of it. A kind of surprise hit for the Starz network, no one really knew whether or not a period piece written based on a bunch of books written by Diana Gabaldon would be a hit or a miss. It’s a hit; but mostly because the writers and actors are on it when it comes to the love scenes. What makes them so good? We have a few ideas about that one.

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