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Filled with rage and on a quest to avenge the gruesome murder of her entire race by the Prime Order, Talon is bent on tracking down the people responsible for wiping out her entire Blackblood race. The lead character, Talon, was quite young when her family was evaded and everyone was killed except for her. Years down the line, Talon discovers she is special and has supernatural abilities which must be put under check even as she plots her revenge against those responsible for murdering her family. The Outpost TV show brings in a whole lot of surprises for millions of its viewers.
The Outpost is an epic fantasy adventure series which airs on the free-to-air television network, The CW. Here is everything about the Blackblood race survivor series you need to know
Everything About The Outpost TV Show
The Outpost Production
On January 16, 2018, Syfy International gave the green light for the show to air 10 episodes for its debut season. A few months later, The CW picked up the show to be aired in the United States. Filming of The Outpost‘s first season was done for 5 months and all filming and production of the show was done in Utah, United States.
Guide Through Its Episodes
The show has aired for two seasons and a total of 23 episodes. The show’s premiere episode titled “One is the Loneliest Number” aired on July 10, 2018. The first season of the show aired 10 episodes and its last episode, titled “The Dragman is Coming”, aired on October 2, 2018.
The second season began with the episode “We Only Kill to Survive” which aired on July 11, 2019. The show’s second season aired 13 episodes and it ended with the episode “This is our Outpost”.
The Outpost TV Show Has Been Renewed For A Third Season
Dean Devlin, one of the show’s executive producers took to Twitter on October 14, 2019, to announce that the show had been . Dean Devlin tweeted via his Twitter handle “#TheOutpost is a go for season 3!!!”. His tweet was replied by several stars of the show who showed their excitement and appreciation to fans and producers of the show who made it happen. The third season of The Outpost is scheduled to premiere come Monday, July 20, 2020.
The Outpost TV Show Main characters
The fantasy drama series, The Outpost, is packed-full with a good number of mind-blowing actors and actresses. The show’s main characters include:
stars on the show as its lead character, Talon, who is the last survivor of the Blackblood race and the only one who survived the massacre of her people. She grew up with a heart full of the desire for vengeance and she sets out to avenge the wipeout of her race.
Jessica was born in Tasmania, Australia, on February 11, 1993. She has starred in films such as Peter Pan, and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Jake starred on the show as Captain Garret Spears. His birth name is Jacob Leif Stormoen and he was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on July 20, 1988. Jake is also a graduate of the University of Southern Queensland in Australia. In 2014, he received an award for “Best Supporting Actor” at the Utah Film Festival for his role as Airk in The Christmas Dragon.
On The Outpost TV show, Waterhouse portrayed Princess Rosmund/Gwynn Calkussar. Princess Rosmund is the only surviving member of the royal family after the royal family was overthrown and killed.
Waterhouse is an English actress, she was born in London, England, on June 9, 1994. In 2018, she played the lead role in Braid, a 2018 horror film.
Anand played the role of Janzo on the show. Anand is a British actor and has appeared in TV shows and films such as Emmerdale, Tyrant, Days of Our Lives, Skins, The Tiger Hunter and Foster Boy.
The New Zealand actress starred on the show as Elinor. Malcolm was born on March 15, 1965, in Ashburton, New Zealand. Malcolm has worked in several acting industries, having worked in the United States, the United Kingdom and in her birth country as well.
She started getting attention when she played the role of Nurse Ellen Crozier in Shortland Street, a New Zealand soap opera. She has since starred in TV shows such as The Code, Harrow, Upper Middle Bogan, Agent Anna, Serial Killers and Rake.