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Man In Kilts Season 2 Release Date Can Be Out Anytime!

Men and Kilts: A road trip with Sam and Graham is a Scottish television documentary miniseries that follows the journey of Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish as they travel across  Scotland to discover their heritage. This Documentary premiered on 14th February 2021 on Starz.

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This series was directed by Kevin Johnston and produced by Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish along with Alexander Norouzi, Dane Lillegard, Kevin Johnston, and Andrew Fried. Sony Pictures Television, Boardwalk Pictures, and Great Glen company are Production companies of this Series. This series premiered from February 14 to April 11, 2021.

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Man In Kilts Season 2 Release Date

Man In Kilts Season 2 Release Date
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According to the reports, the stars are moving the show from Scotland to New Zealand, as per the official report from Heyghan and McTavish as they are continuing their exploring journey.

Once when asked if will there be any second season of Men and Kilts, McTavish hinted there are chances that the show will move from Scotland.

But there is no official statement on the release date, the release date is yet to be announced, even the season is not yet being the filming, but will start soon.

So, the good news for fans is that there will be a season 2 and it is confirmed but not anytime soon, but hey, good things take time.

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Men in Kilts Season 1 Recap

In Episode 1 “Food and Drink” McTavish and Heughan visit Edinburg and Pittenween to learn new things about Scottish seafood and the Isle of Islay for a crash course in whiskey.

At Islay, Heughan and McTavish learn how to make whiskey at the Laphroaig distillery, but choose instead to drive into the malted barley supply of shoveling peat.

In the second episode, both of them compete in various Scottish sports like Rugby, Golf, etc. and the bet is that the loser must dip in the North Atlantic.

Heughan lifts the 100kg Puderac stone while McTavish couldn’t, then they both surf on the coast of Scotland. Sam will honor a bet, it was the only bet fans wished for the actor to lose but he didn’t.

Both hosts, Sam and McTavish dress the part when receiving a hammer throwing class at Highland Games.

Episode 3 “Song and Dance” opens with our hosts visiting Doune Castle which is double in size of Castle Leoch on series Outlanders, and Winterfell on Game of Thrones. They also learn more about Scotland’s Music and Dance as they visited Borthwick Castle. Our hosts Heughan and McTavish meet Scotland’s youngest-ever clan leader Iain MacGillivary at Doune Castle.

They get to know more about Sword dancing that was invented to help soldiers to get more fit for battle. During this hilarious class with Highland dancer Cerys Jones, they compete with 4, 5, and 6 years old boys.

In the 4th Episode, “Witchcraft & Superstition” they visited Greyfriars Kirkyard and Wormiston house which is the creeptastic locale in Scotland. They visited the Beltane festival before checking the Outer Hebrides to see a stone circle.

Greyfriars is a popular location for tourists in Scotland located in Edinburgh, especially for its haunted history.

In episode 5, “Culture and Tradition” Heughan and McTavish after returning from Edinburgh get their outfit from the oldest tailor in Scotland named Stewart Christie. The model in their three-piece tweed by a 300-year-old tailor.

They don’t know Gaelic dialogue as such but Heughan and McTavish had to learn this for outlanders. Here is a fun fact that there are more sheep than people in Scotland, the report shows that there are 5.46 million people as of 2019, while 6.73 million sheeps counted in June 2020 agricultural census.

Episode 6, “Scotland by Air, Land, and Sea” starts with exploring Scotland, while exploring the Scottish Highlands, Heughan and McTavish travel back to Skye to explore the island’s breathtaking locales. The two end the adventure with the rappelling adventure down kilts rock.

Now in the 7th episode, Heughan and McTavish visit the highlands to learn about centuries-old feuds between Scottish clans. They also make their way to a tartan textile mill and a couple of castles they hold dear.

In the final episode, The actors join historian and Outlander combat experts before paying homage at Culloden moor to conclude their men in Kilts journey. The battle Played out over the course of 60 minutes in April 1746 that irrevocably changed Scotland.

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