Highlander (1992–1998)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Action, Adventure, Fantasy


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Duncan MacLeod is Immortal, and must live in modern society, concealing his true nature while fighting other Immortals.

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  • Adrian Paul in Highlander (1992)
  • Peter Wingfield in Highlander (1992)
  • Adrian Paul and Karlos Granada in Highlander (1992)
  • Jim Byrnes in Highlander (1992)
  • Jim Byrnes in Highlander (1992)
  • Gianfranco Salemi in Highlander (1992)

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30 June 1999 | renfield54
THE TIME OF THE "QUICKENING" IS HERE...........
This series is a seamless excerpt from the time line of the Highlander movies. A science fiction fantasy deluxe, the tale of Duncan McLeod, of the klan McLeod, becomes a realistic, believable, secret world hidden within our own. The only "real" sadness is Duncan's eternal loneliness due to the eventual deaths of all he allows near. Mortals are so fragile and, as for immortals, "There can be only one!"

Very easy to get caught up in, my children and I each carried katanas (plastic sword replicas) for many months during the original run of the series. Duplicating sword "riffs" and "taking" heads made for many hours of "immortal" fun.

Try to catch "HIGHLANDER" from the beginning episode and follow Duncan through the centuries of his life (in present day and flashback sequences). He adapts to all "times" and we get to learn perspective on present day and (supposedly) historical events immortals have influenced or shaped.

Too bad it's gone, but you can only save the world so many times before it gets old. There are re-runs though......

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