Outlander’s Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish are back on track.
Men In Kilts follows the Outlander duo around the Scottish Highlands in pursuit of knowledge about their family history – as well as a deep dive into their country’s heritage.
The first season premiered this spring, but Starz has commissioned a second season in which Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish will go to New Zealand, according to Deadline.
The duo will delve into the Scottish people’s strong links to New Zealand, as well as the island’s rich cultural heritage. Heughan and McTavish remain to perform as well as produce.
Much to the previous season, each man In Kilts episode is anticipated to dig into a different facet of Kiwi culture, including food, music, apparel, and geology and athletics.
When the first episodes aired in March, Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish told reporters why they were so optimistic about filming more.
“I believe the reality is, we made the programme, we wanted to investigate Scotland but also worldwide, and I think there is so much Scottish impact throughout the world,” Heughan explained.
“We have been working on it, and we are heading in that direction; we would want to explore more together. So long as I can get Graham on some plane or anything.”
Heughan is also preparing for the sixth season of Outlander, which includes a brand-new opening title sequence.
Lauren Lyle has previously stated that the sixth season of Outlander would be “a lot darker” than previous seasons. In contrast, Caitriona Balfe has characterised the upcoming episodes as “heart wrenching and twisted.”
Season 6 of Outlander is set to premiere in early 2022. It airs on Starz in the United States and is available on Amazon Prime Video in the United Kingdom.
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