Type
Scripted
Premiered
Oct. 1992
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
Syndicated TV Network

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Highlander

Highlander: The Series centered on the life of Duncan, who is a clansman to the main character from the movies, Connor MacLeod (Christopher Lambert). Christopher Lambert made a single appearance in the first episode to aid continuity, and his character is mentioned in several episodes throughout the six seasons.

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TV Movie: Highlander: The Source ~ (5th … Aired: Sep. 15, 2007

"Highlander: The Source" ~ A group of Immortals quest to locate the mysterious "Source" of immortal power in the near future. One member …

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The show had 6 seasons and 125 episodes air between 1992 and 1998.

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  • The series directly follows the feature film Highlander, but with a slight twist: according the series, Connor MacLeod was not the last Immortal and did not win the Prize. In fact,
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    The series directly follows the feature film Highlander, but with a slight twist: according the series, Connor MacLeod was not the last Immortal and did not win the Prize. In fact, Christopher Lambert guest stars in the pilot episode to pass the baton to series lead Adrian Paul.
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  • The character of Marcus Constantine played by James Faulkner was intended as a possible replacement for Darius who would have acted as an elder statesman/mentor to Duncan. The producers…
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    The character of Marcus Constantine played by James Faulkner was intended as a possible replacement for Darius who would have acted as an elder statesman/mentor to Duncan. The producers decided to use Methos in this capacity and Constantine never reappeared. Also the character of Cederwiyn played be Kim Johnston Ulrich was also considered as a replacement before Methos.
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  • A late fifth season episode, which partly depicted a fictional inspiration for Frankenstein, used the book's subtitle of "The Modern Prometheus".
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