Highlander: The Series
“Highlander: The Series was a fantasy television series that ran from 1992 to 1998. An offshoot and alternate reality derived from the 1986 feature film Highlander.
In the world of the television series, Connor MacLeod had not won the prize, and there were still many Immortals in existence post-1985.
The series featured Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul), Connor’s clansman, as the main character. Christopher Lambert made only a guest appearance in the pilot episode. An international hit, the series was nominated three times for a Gemini Award, and once for a Saturn Award in 1998.”
— from Highlander Wiki
This is a landing page for my Highlander fan site’s pages: Highlander: The Series Episodes provides a few production notes, Methos screentimes, and links to some podcasts and reviews. In the previous design of this website, I included lots of screen caps (low quality) from each Methos episode, but you can watch the series pretty easily now via streaming services or on retail DVD. Highlander 4: Endgame was the last Highlander film to premiere in theaters. I saw it in the theater twice and wrote my own reviews, plus collected lots of articles and chat transcripts from the promotion of the film. The Books includes two book reviews by me and my annotated list of several more books. There are 9 canon Highlander: The Series tie-in novels and 1 anthology of stories written by HL:TS actors and behind-the-scenes creators. Finally, Links & Communities connects with more Highlander and Methos fans.