After winning the People’s Choice Awards in the Favourite Cable TV Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show category, “Outlander” TV series is poised to win another award. Costume designer Terry Dresbach has been nominated for an award by the Costume Designers Guild.

According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, Dresbach has been nominated in the Outstanding Period TV Series category. She will be going up against Ellen Mirojnick for “The Knick,” Janie Bryant and Tiffany White Stanton for “Mad Men,” Isis Mussenden for “Masters of Sex” and Gabriella Pescucci for “Penny Deadful.”

Some of the other categories of awards are Excellence in Contemporary Film, Excellence in Period Film, Excellence in Fantasy Film, Outstanding Contemporary Television Series, Outstanding Fantasy Television Series and Excellence in Short Form Design. The “Outlander” series has not been nominated in any other category.

The popular TV series is based on the books written by Diana Gabaldon and the executive producer and creator of the show is Ronald D. Moore, who is known for producing TV shows like “Battlestar Galactica” and “Roswell.” The plot of the show revolves around an English woman named Claire (Caitriona Balfe), who accidentally gets transported back in time to 1740s Scotland.

The show first aired on Aug. 9 2014 and quickly gained a massive fan following. The first season of the show was split into two parts. Claire remains in Scotland throughout the first season.

The show won a lot of praise for the attention to detail in the Scottish sets and costumes. The cast and crew of the show are currently filming the next season of the show, which will be very different from the first season.

“Outlander” Season 2 will take the main characters to France. Dresbach will get to show a whole new set of costumes in the next season, which will show Paris and its extravagant fashion.