December 14, 2017
Caitriona Balfe reactions on her Golden Globe nomination

I am thrilled to be nominated for portraying the fierce and courageous Claire.
This role has been a dream to play—a woman who loves and fights with equal ferocity, whether it’s against the patriarchy or for the safety of her family.



December 13, 2017
Caitriona Balfe is nominated for a Golden Globe Award

And we are so happy with this! Congrats and good luck Cait!!!

Best performance by Actress in a TV series – Drama
Caitriona Balfe, “Outlander”
Claire Foy, “The Crown”
Maggie Gyllenhaal, “The Deuce”
Katherine Langford, “13 Reasons Why”
Elisabeth Moss, “The Handmaid’s Tale”



November 27, 2017
Caitriona Balfe covers Entertainment Weekly (November 17th, 2017)

Caitriona Balfe covers Entertainment Weekly (November 17th, 2017). I have added the scans to the gallery so, go there to take a look.

Also, don’t forget to save this new url caitrionabalfeweb.com to get the new updates, because this is going to be the only one domain for this site in a few days.

Gallery Link:
Entertainment Weekly (November 17th, 2017)



November 23, 2017
Outlander: How Caitriona Balfe executed that leap of faith

Sam Heughan isn’t the only one who gets to perform all the cool stunts.

At the end of Sunday’s episode of Outlander, “Heaven and Earth,” the script called for Claire (Caitriona Balfe) to quite literally take a leap of faith off of the Porpoise to help Jamie out of another jam. That meant a night of airborne action — and plenty of fun — on the show’s South Africa set last March.

“I did some rehearsals when we got there,” Balfe recalls to EW. “I was jumping off the side [of the ship] onto a cherry picker with a crash mat about 15 to 20 feet down. I was doing my jumps and climbing back up. It was really fun. It’s not an insignificant jump and you’re landing on a cherry picker, which is up in the air. They always want to make sure that everything’s done safely so I won’t break a leg and shut down production.”

Before making the jump, Balfe uttered Claire’s signature line of dialogue, “Jesus H. Roosevelt Christ.” It’s an expletive that comes in handy during moments of anxiety or frustration, but it’s not always so easy to deliver.

“It’s a funny one because when you read it in the book, you go through it fast in your head, but it’s a quite a mouthful to get out in moments of frustration when we would normally say ‘s—’ or ‘Christ,’” Balfe says. “In season 1 we had a lot more of them. The writers realized its not as succinct or doesn’t fit in as well as maybe when you read it in your mind. But it’s such a classic line from the books that we do try to find places for it. It would be a shame to lose it completely. We definitely don’t have a quota, but we try to retain fan favorite things as much as we can.”

Though Claire and Jamie make landfall in episode 11, they won’t stay safe or, ahem, dry for long.

“This is not a Caribbean vacation for Jamie and Claire,” teases executive producer Matthew B. Roberts. “There are no umbrella drinks going on here. There is an umbrella, but it has nothing to do with a drink. It is rough going for both of them.” [Source]



November 23, 2017
Some important news on Caitriona Balfe Web

Hello there. This is an important update to let you all know that I got a new domain for the site. So, please, save this new url caitrionabalfeweb.com

Due to some things that I don’t want to explain here (if you want to know, please, feel free to contact me), we are going to use this new url (caitrionabalfeweb.com) and in a few time, we are going to leave the old url.

Also, some more changes are coming soon with tons of gallery updates and maybe a new design for the site. If you want to help this site to get everything of Caitriona, please, feel free to go here to donate. Every little bit helps.