It looks like a day for FYI! When I get interested in something, I do a lot of research/reflection/consideration/balancing/analysis/etc. so I am not someone who stops at Wikipedia, top articles, search results, etc. I also am not someone who lets someone else do my thinking for me and very often my opinions, thoughts, reflections, manner of thinking, etc. do not coincide with that of others (some examples of this can be found here where I write on occasion and where people do not always agree with me. But I don’t write about everything that I think or reflect/analyze). Everybody is a critic and criticism very often has to be taken with a grain of salt, even when it is constructive. However, criticism is also where genuine discussion can occur and where genuine issues can be addressed and some of the criticism for Outlander was consistent, specific, and troubling.
Given this, and the fact that the book is 600 pages, it is not something that I have time to read/analyze/reflect/consider/etc. right now. I technically did not have time to watch the season premiere but I was procrastinating and gave in to watching it. I already have projects pending for when I have some free time and me time of other things that I have to take care of so reading/watching Outlander for myself is something I may or may not get around to but given the discussion it has generated it will probably be on my radar. But thank you for the comment and if I do get around to reading/watching it for myself, I will likely be weighing in.