A Still from the Starz TV series "Outlander." Sam Heughan [left] as Jamie and Caitriona Balfe [right] as Claire. Facebook/ Outlander

“Outlander” season 3 is still three months away, so it’s time to get another Droughtlander fix. A new video posted on YouTube shows the love of Jamie and Claire over the years with the 1990s song “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing.” Meanwhile, Co-executive producer Maril Davis will be representing the show at the Saturn Awards.

The YouTube video adds Jamie’s (Sam Heughan) dialogue from the show into the popular Aerosmith song. All the scenes in the video are a compilation of tender moments of the two lovers, including some steamy love-making scenes.

Meanwhile, Davis said she will be representing the show at the Saturn Awards. She will be joined by co-executive producer and writer Toni Graphia. The Starz TV series has been nominated in four categories this year, but there is fierce competition from other popular shows. It has been nominated for Best Fantasy Series, Heughan for Best TV Actor and Caitriona Balfe (Claire) for Best TV Actress.

Readers should note that the Starz series was able to beat heavyweights like “Game of Thrones” at the Saturn Awards last year. Balfe also walked away with Best TV Actress award, beating Melissa Benoist from “Supergirl,” while Heughan lost out to Bruce Campbell of “Ash vs. Evil Dead” in the Best TV Actor category.

“Game of Thrones” once again poses a big challenge to the series. Apart from the nomination in the Best Fantasy Series category, cast members Kit Harington (Jon Snow) and Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) are in the race for Best Actor and Best Actress, respectively. Both actors delivered powerful performances in “Game of Thrones” season 6, so it will be a fierce competition.

Will “Outlander” repeat the same performance at the Saturn Awards this year? The fans will find out soon, as the results will be announced today.

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