Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish Talk Season 2 –

Great Scot! Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish take the final word Scotland highway journey within the sequence ‘Men in Kilts.’ HL spoke EXCLUSIVELY with the duo about their epic journey and increasing the sequence.

Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish have simply the factor when you’re feeling the consequences of the Droughtlander. The Outlander duo groups up for the fun-filled journey sequence Men In Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham that takes them all through their beloved Scotland. chatted EXCLUSIVELY with Sam and Graham about whether or not or not there’s extra to verify off their Scotland bucket listing that would lead to potential future seasons.

“There’s so much,” Graham, 60, instructed EXCLUSIVELY through the present’s latest press junket. “We’ve barely scratched the surface, I think, with Scotland. I’d really like to go to the Shetlands, the Orkneys, the very, very far north as well that we never managed to get to on this trip. So many other clans to explore. There’s a lot.” Sam, 40, added, “I think we’re both really keen to do another one. We’d love to. Also, the south of Scotland as well and then further afield. Going abroad would be very fun to look at Scottish influence in America or Down under as well.”

Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish set out for an epic journey in Scotland. (STARZ)

Sam and Graham are greatest recognized for taking part in Jamie Fraser and Dougal MacKenzie within the hit STARZ sequence Outlander, which is at the moment filming its sixth season. requested Sam and Graham what their Outlander characters would have been most impressed with with regards to modern-day Scotland. “I think they’d probably like the camper van,” Sam stated earlier than including, “I’m not sure if they would particularly get on very well in that space. We obviously get on extremely well. There’s never an argument between the two of us.”

Graham famous that the bike and sidecar would have “been a challenge for them because they would argue about who would ride the bike and who would be in the sidecar. It would have ended in blows and then probably being murdered. Sam quipped, “In fact, let’s not invite them on a road trip ’cause they’re just going to end up bickering.”

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Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish as Jamie and Dougal in ‘Outlander.’ (©Starz! Movie Channel/Courtesy Everett Collection)

The Scottish duo additionally revealed the inspiration for his or her present, and all of it goes again to their appreciation for his or her dwelling nation. “I think it was really, honestly, our shared love of Scotland and the history, the landscape, the culture, and really a genuine desire to explore that and to do it together,” Graham admitted. Sam instructed that he was “looking for something to explore the sort of Highlanders and the clans, so it was kind of fortuitous when we were talking about it over a beer and a latte in LA. A couple of months later it came together.” And the remaining is historical past! Men In Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham premieres Feb. 14 and can air Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on STARZ.

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