Outlander stars Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish return in season 2 of Men in Kilts, travelling from Scotland to New Zealand.
In the first season of the documentary series ” Men in Kilts “, the two ” Outlander ” stars Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish travelled through Scotland and explored the individual cities’ landscapes, sights, and customs.
Now US broadcaster Starz has confirmed a season 2 that will bring Heughan and McTavish to New Zealand. This will be six episodes shorter than the first season, which may be linked to Heughan’s shooting schedule for “Outlander” season 7. The extension of the series was announced via Twitter.
According to the Season 2 Official Synopsis, Heughan and McTavish will “celebrate the Scottish influences in New Zealand as they delve into their history”.
The release date for “Men in Kilts” season 2 has not yet been set, but a start in summer 2022 would be appropriate. Then all episodes of “Outlander” season 6 have already been broadcast, and fans can take comfort in the humorous New Zealand trip for the long wait until season 7.
The new episodes of “Men in Kilts” will probably be seen on RTL Passion and in the stream on RTL +, where season 1 was already running. The series later also migrated to VOXup’s free TV program.
Who is streaming Outlander?
Amazon Video is making new episodes available individually as a stream. You can find when the series will be available on Amazon Prime in our overview of all Amazon news. All seasons of “Outlander” are available on-demand from various streaming services. The information above provides a rough outline of where you can find the series. We have compiled a detailed overview for you in the article ” Outlander Streaming Options “. Netflix customers can also stream the series for free.
If you like Outlander, you’ll love the period drama Poldark. Ross Poldark, a former English soldier, returns to his homeland and must save the family business from collapse. The Netflix original Marco Polo shows Polo’s travels through the Mongolian Empire. The Netflix original The Last Kingdom tells of Uthred, kidnapped by Vikings at a young age and later returns to England to take his rightful place as Lord of Bebbanburg.