This was on at 9pm Sat. EST according to my tv guide. I can't watch as don't have Starz, but would love to read comments. I really liked the Outlander series books (8 major and several minor ones so far)--if you've been under a rock and missing the ads and write ups, it's about a just post WWII English nurse, newly reunited with her husband, going on holiday in Scotland. She touches a local Stonehenge type rock and is transported back in time to the 1700's. She shortly sees some guys she thinks are some kind of "re-enactors" dressing in garb from the 1700's, who mistake her, in her flimsy summer dress for a hooker in her shift. She gets picked up by them, manhandled, and eventually meets up with and is forced into marriage with the handsome redheaded Jamie....let the adventures begin. Luckily her medical skills make her valued. One of the fun things in the books is her trying to recreate penicillin, ether, and other modern techniques with early 1700's technology. The books are romantic, dramatic, teach you a lot of Scottish (and later American) history of the era along the way, good science fiction, yet, if you accept the basic premise, of a modern woman in the 1700's, very enjoyable for even non SF fans.
So if anyone watched, do tell how it struck you. Thanks!
PS Early reports, posted under Books by fans of the books, are positive!