Alongside Fitz, Duncan takes the conclusions of what life would be without him.
MacLeod sacrifices himself to save Amanda and Dawson... and reunites with Fitz, and gets a look at what the world would be like without him.
Methos and Joe Dawson join forces when past indiscretions threaten their lives - and loved ones - in the present.
Immortal Katherine is determined to take Bartholomew's head - if only she can keep her mortal husband, Nick, from interfering with the Game
Immortal bounty hunter Reagan Cole wanted has a troubled holiday in Paris with Duncan MacLeod.
When Immortal Katya's adopted daughter is murdered, she is determined to see justice done at any cost.
In 1929, Fitz is enjoying the life of an English lord. He has good friends, a beautiful wife, trusted servants... until one of them "murders" him.
Devon Marek was a spoiled aristocrat whose mentor, MacLeod, forced him to give up his title after becoming Immortal and he's never forgiven him for it.
Police at her heels, killers on her trail, Kyra is on the run, with no memory of who - or what - she is.
Embezzler, charmer, and con man extraordinaire, Willie Kingsley has a knack for turning up dead... and profiting from it handsomely.
Duncan runs into Alex Raven, a beautiful Immortal set upon fulfilling a vow dating back to World War II...no matter who gets in her way.
Not even Holy Ground is sanctuary, as MacLeod wrestles with Ahriman in the final battle.
MacLeod returns to Paris vowing to destroy Ahriman.
The dead are walking the streets. The forces of evil are coming. Is MacLeod being readied for a higher calling - or is he simply losing his mind?
Lord Byron, the brilliant Romantic poet, is alive and well and living the decadent life of a rock star.
Steven Keane has come to make MacLeod pay for his crimes in 1746, after killing some "English bastards" after the Battle of Culloden.
He was born 400 years ago in the Highlands of Scotland. He is Immortal, and he is not alone. Now is the time of the Gathering when the stroke of a sword will release the power of the Quickening. He is Duncan MacLeod, The Highlander!
Duncan has a long time to seek vengeance.
There are no second chances in shooting a major television show.
A friend of the crew provides a much needed musical addition.
Working to achieve a silent film look in a historic theater proved more challenging than originally thought.
Duncan has a long history of defending the innocents.
Some problems arise when not enough is shot to cut a Quickening
A sword fight that did not make the final cut.
Large piles of sulfur prove to be an unexpected site of the most elaborate Quickening.
Roland Gift, of Fine Young Cannibals, used gas as his theme throughout Highlander.
Highlander follows one Immortal, Duncan MacLeod of the Clan MacLeod (known as "The Highlander" to other Immortals). Duncan MacLeod, born 400 years ago in the Highlands of Scotland, is on an ongoing quest, since "In the End, There Can Be Only One."
A new story with Methos, Amanda and Joe ten years after the Highlander TV series left off.
A group of immortals who can die only at one another's hand meet up in modern-day Manhattan. Great action sequences!
Executive Producer Bill Panzer discusses bridging the gap between the Highlander Movie and the Television Series, as well as creating the first Quickening.
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