The Outpost is American Drama TV series. Created by Jason Faller. Produced by Arrowstorm Entertainment. Stars: Jessica Green, Jake Stormoen, Imogen Waterhouse. It premiered on Jul 10, 2018, on The CW. The series has 5.7 * rating by IMDb. The Outpost is set in USA.
How Many Seasons Of The Outpost Are There Total: 2 (11 episodes)
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Season premieres on July 11, 2019
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Season premieres on July 10, 2018
Finale: October 2, 2018
The CW, 10 episodes
The Outpost is on The CW (United States) Thursdays at 6 pm
S1E10 (The Dragman is Coming) - Air Date: Oct 02, 2018 (9 months ago)
The Outpost Season 2 Episode 1 (TBA) - Air Date: Jul 11, 2019
Will 'The Outpost' Return For Season 2? The CW Show Has An Uphill Battle Ahead - via Bustle
It's hard not to root for a show when its biggest shortcoming appears to be its lack of budget — that's not really anything it can actively change, and oftentimes, storytelling can overcome that speed bump. It's more difficult to look past, though, when a fantasy-based show relies so much on special effects for its impact, and ultimately can't deliver. That being said, another badass woman is always welcome onscreen, so hopefully The Outpost finds a way to stay on air.
The Outpost - The Book Of Names Scene - by Wwlp
Talon (Jessica Green) promises to find the mysterious “Book of Names.” Gwynn’s (Imogen Waterhouse) true identity is revealed. Talon agrees to escort Janzo (Anand Desai Barochia) to meet the Worm’s colipsum supplier outside the walls of the Outpost.
TV Ratings Tuesday: 'America's Got Talent' returns up, 'The Outpost' premieres low - per Tvbythenumbers
Elsewhere, FOX’s “Beat Shazam” and “Love Connection” both held steady with their previous 0.7 and 0.5 ratings, respectively. ABC’s “The Last Defense” was up a tenth to a 0.5.
Return to an age of goofier fantasy TV with The Outpost - per Tv
Until one night in the middle of the longest year, when a lone rider emerged from the broadcast wilds with ludicrous ear prosthetics and a taste for trouble. And lo, did The Outpost remind the audience that things weren’t always byzantine family histories and castle intrigue—dubious British accents and protracted blood feuds could be served up with a wink and dialogue like “You have to get them in the mouth to kill them.” All men must die, but loglines like “Years after her entire village is destroyed by a gang of brutal mercenaries, Talon travels to a lawless fortress on the edge of the civilized world, as she tracks the killers of her family” are eternal.