Love is still in the air with Valentine’s Day celebrations winding down, but “Outlander” fans should have had a good time binge watching the entire second season that aired specially on Starz. Meanwhile, Co-executive Producer Matthew B. Roberts has shared a picture of Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe, which he said has become a sort of “tradition” to mark this occasion.

The picture Roberts shared [see below] is a familiar one. It’s a back shot of Heughan (Jamie) and Balfe (Claire) in their respective costumes on the set of the show. Apart from being a talented writer, the producer also loves photography, and doesn’t miss an opportunity to share with the fans his excellent work.

From the stunning landscapes of Scotland and other places the cast and crew visit for the show, to pictures of doors, building architecture and design; Roberts has been sharing them all with the fans online. There have also been occasional behind-the-scenes pictures from the set too. All of these have been very helpful for the fans during this long spell of Droghtlander.

Apart from the pictures, what many of the “Outlander” fans are fond of is the music. There are people who get off their couches and start dancing when they hear the opening theme song “The Skye Boat.” Although Author Diana Gabaldon isn’t one to set life events to music, she decided to share a playlist of songs inspired from “Voyager.”

Gabaldon is aware of how some of her fans are into music, so she hoped the songs [see below] will help them through Droughtlander. The author also asked the fans to share their own list of songs for a particular book or a scene in the TV series.

The first song on the list is “I Grieve” by Peter Gabriel, and is for Jamie after the Battle of Culloden. The song is apt because the character is in a lot of pain, and is finding it difficult to move on. The song ends with how time marches on even after a traumatic, life altering event.

The other songs on the list include “Into the void” by Nine Inch Nails, “Stardust” by Nat King Cole, “Bad religion” by Frank Ocean, “I love you so much it hurts” by Patsy Cline, “Beautiful boy” by John Lennon, “Father and daughter” by Paul Simon, “The first time ever I saw your face” by Johnny Cash. There are a total of 17 songs in the list for various moments in the book.

Although the fans are eagerly waiting for any news on the release date of “Outlander” season 3, there is still no work about that yet. Meanwhile, the fans can get through Droughtlander with production updates from South Africa.

Credit: Twitter/ Matthew B. Roberts

Credit: Facebook/ Diana Gabaldon