Men In Kilts Season 2 Is Coming Out in August 2023!

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Who wouldn’t want to go with Sam Heughan and Graham Mctavish on another hilarious trip with Men in Kilts Season 2? They’re heading off to New Zealand this time and you’re going to see it airing on STARZ and Lionsgate Plus starting from August 11, 2023!

As reported by Sam on Twitter, our favourite scottish duo have just wrapped filming for Men In Kilts Season 2 in New Zealand! Now it comes the hardest part… wait ’til we can watch it and see what they’ve been up to these days!

In a reply to a fan on Twitter, Graham McTavish has recently revealed editing is well ongoing for Men in Kilts Season 2!

Since the last episode of the docu-series telling the hilarious but also interesting journey of Sam Heughan and Graham Mctavish, our “Men in Kilts”, around Scotland aired, all of us fans have been waiting for STARZ, the series’ production company, to give the green light for the production of a second season. After all, who wouldn’t want to see more adventures between the Scottish mountains and the whisky factories with McTavish and Heughan? Then, it’s official, there will be Men in Kilts Season 2!! Our favourite Scotsmen are heading off to explore New Zealand!

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In an interview with Forbes, to discuss the release of its new tequila brand, Sam Heughan revealed that he’s going to spend Christmas time in quarantine, getting ready for the start of filming for Men in Kilts Season 2 in the new year.

“Well, I think I’m allowed to reveal that I’m going to actually be alone in quarantine over the Christmas period. I’m going to New Zealand, shooting Men In Kilts, our next season down in New Zealand, so I will be taking a bottle maybe of both [tequila and whisky], so it will be a very merry Christmas but quite a lonely one.”

Sam Heughan

After a series of postponements due to the pandemic, filming has officially begun in New Zealand!

To witness the start of filming are some videos sent by Graham via Cameo, where you can see some glimpses of the locations where he and Sam are shooting!

These days Sam and Graham have been filming at Lake Wakatipu, a glacial lake on New Zealand’s South Island. This location is placed near the resort town of Queenstown, located on the north shore of the central part of the lake.

7,217 Lake Wakatipu Stock Photos, Pictures & Royalty-Free Images - iStock

Yesterday, February 1, here comes the first pictures directly from the set on New Zealand, more precisely they arrived in Invercargill.

As reported in the STARZ official press release, Men in Kilts Season 2 will feature Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish hit the road again in New Zealand in a six-episode season. They will revel in the Scottish influence of New Zealand, while diving into its own history.

In a past interview for Digital Spy, Sam Heughan also added that in addition to Scotland, the crazy duo have hopes to travel more and explore other places, and also said that a lot of places around the globe are influenced by Scottish culture.

“We created the show, we wanted to explore Scotland but also elsewhere, and I think there’s so much Scottish influence around the world. We’ve been working on it, we’re definitely working towards that, we’d love to explore more together. As long as I can insure Graham on some sort of aeroplane or something,”

Sam Heughan on the possibility of doing another season of Men in Kilts

If you haven’t read our reviews of Men in Kilts Season 1 yet, you can catch it all up here!

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  1. Glad to hear the season 2 Men in Kilts was producers, enjoyed season 1. I read every word Diana Gabaldon wrote and started watching the series with my mother as we are /were both nurses, mom’s career spanning over 50 years, plus in late 1940’s, she was an aid as she was too young for training.
    Unfortunately she became increasingly ill and did not maintain interest in the series. A few years prior and she would have read all the Books and watched the series. We lost her 7/2021, the best nurse ever.
    Thanks for all the entertainment!

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