Update: In parallel with the broadcast on RTL Passion, the full, eight-part season will also be aired on TVNOW on 12 August.
The special thing about the travel documentary are the hosts: Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish. The two “Outlander” actors are also personal friends and use the time between seasons to take a road trip together through their Scottish homeland.
Sam Heughan aka Jamie Fraser and Graham McTavish, who played Dougal Mackenzie in the first two seasons, travel together to the rough country north of Great Britain to explore the history and culture of their homeland together in the format Huh. The two also visit places in Scotland where fans of “Outlander” should be familiar with the battlefields of Glencoe, Inverness or Culloden, which played a pivotal role in Scottish history.
The genuine curiosity and passion that Sam and Graham have for the landscapes they see and for the stories they are exposed to as they travel through the heart of Scotland [diese Reihe] An absolutely enjoyable journey of discovery for the audience, commented at the time when Christina Davis, who started the project for “Outlander”, Starz’s American home broadcaster.
The series provides context and texture to Highland life and history, woven together like the pattern for which Scotland is so famous. We are really excited to take a road trip with these two great friends.
Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish themselves are executive producers of the documentary format, which Boardwalk Pictures is producing in partnership with Outlander producer Sony Pictures Television.
The world premiere of “Men in Kilts” took place in the United States between February and April of this year.
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