TWO stars of the hit TV show Outlander are lining up a second series of their Scottish travel show.

The news comes after the first series of Men in Kilts, which sees actors Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish drive across Scotland in a campervan to learn about their country’s history and culture, received rave reviews across the board.

The travel show currently has a score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, with critics praising the “sartorially-snappy hosts” and camerawork which “reveals the beauty of Scotland”.

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Heughan and McTavish, who play Jamie Fraser and Dougal Mackenzie respectively in the smash-hit Outlander TV show, face-off in challenges such as sheep-herding in the show, which they hinted may not be confined to Scotland in future.

Heughan told STV News: “There are so many places around the world that have Scottish influences – Canada, America, Australia, New Zealand, India.

“I’m sure wherever we go I’m still going to beat Graham at what we do.”

He went on: “The amount of people that say ‘I’ve never been to the islands. I’ve never been to Culloden. I’ve never been to a ceilidh’…

“We are two Scotsmen. We’re very proud Scotsmen. We know a little bit but we’re with the audience. We’re experiencing this for the first time and going ‘oh, what is this about?’ and I think people in Scotland and the UK are surprised by the show.

“I think hopefully they will learn something or at least enjoy the trip with us.”

Men in Kilts is produced by Starz, the same American cable network which produces Outlander.