Thanks to his involvement in Outlander and subsequent access to the series on the Netflix streaming service, Sam Heogan He became one of the viewers’ favorite celebrities. This is why his fans follow in his footsteps in every one of the projects he is a part of, like his other show, men in kilt, which comes from saying goodbye. However, They tell you that they are upset for an important reason.
This show takes him forward with Graham McTavish, who was his partner in adaptations of Diana Gabaldon’s novels as Dougal McKenzie. in this space We see the duo travel around Scotland and meet artisans and producers from the nation. Also We see them wearing the traditional Kilt and talking about history, for those unfamiliar with Scottish culture.
“Men’s End in Kielts is here. Everything we explore, experiences and what we consume has led us to this moment. Tell me about your favorite experiences”The actor posted on his official Instagram account, although he has already warned about his desire for a second season: We barely scratched the surface there.Commented a few weeks ago.
However, His followers showed him their annoyance To translator Jimmy Fraser for a reason that is important to them: Men in kilts are not yet available in different countries of the world, so they lost their experience and had no way of seeing it. “I’m waiting patiently in Germany”; “Waiting patiently in Holland”; “We don’t have it in France”; “You are spettacolo.. but in Italy?”; Some comments were.
at present The program is not available outside the UK, although it is produced by STARZ PLAY, platform located in different parts of the world. In the social networking account of Latin America (StarzPlayLatam) There are usually messages asking about Men in Kilts, but the answer is still that there is no news yet.
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