Fans have got another sneak peek at new show Men in Kilts.
Outlander star Sam Heughan and his co-star Graham McTavish’s travel docuseries will hit screens from next month.
A full trailer for the travel spectacular, which sees the pair on an adventure around Scotland, was released for the first time last week.
Now bosses have shared a new snap to the official Men in Kilts Instagram page, which is getting a lot of fans hot under the collar.
Featuring the hosts decked out in traditional fisherman gear, the photo was posted on the Men in Kilts grid as well as Sam’s Instagram stories, alongside the caption “Talk about two Scottish dreamboats”.
Followers couldn’t get enough of the picture, agreeing wholeheartedly with the sentiment.
One said: “It’s a MiKDreamy and MiKSteamy reboot!!”
One joked: “Which one is the catch of the day ?”
And one added: “My heart just skipped a beat.”
As we reported, Sam confirmed this week the show will air on Starz on Valentine’s Day (February 14).
Much to the delight of fans, the actor posted on his official Twitter account: “Road trip… boatrip…. unicycle. Whatever gets you there! Pack your bags this Valentine’s Day!”
Inspired by the pair’s desire to create a podcast exploring Scotland, the programme has already had an accompanying book release and now those who bought it will finally be able to see the stunts and adventures the duo got up to.
Released as an eight-episode series, shot last year in between filming for Outlander, it’s described as a “love letter” to the country and will see Sam and Graham speak with Scottish historians, musicians, food producers and crafts people, as they discover all the things that make fans of shows like Outlander fall in love with this incredible wee country.
The hilarious trailer shows the pair travelling in a motorhome, riding a tandem bike, dancing a Highland fling, tossing a caber, and even leading a pipe band through Edinburgh.
Serving as the ideal escape from Droughtlander, both Sam and Graham, who play Jamie Fraser and Dougal MacKenzie in Outlander, were recently spotted filming in places like the East Neuk of Fife, Glenelg and Eilean Donan Castle as they rushed to finish filming.
When speaking about the show previously, Graham described himself as the “history guy” and Sam the “outdoors guy”, explaining that as well as being great friends, he felt they make a “really interesting combination”.
Sam has since joked that the show is all about him putting Graham in more and more hilarious and scary situations to try and have a little fun with him.
Graham added: “Meeting characters you couldn’t make up. Having experiences I’ll never forget (nor will my therapist) and stretching our poor livers to the limit!
“It’s about us, it’s about Outlander, it’s about history but most importantly it’s about Scotland.”
Though the show has been confirmed for the Starz network, there’s no Amazon release date for the UK as of yet, though it’s likely that, much like Outlander, the UK will be able to watch the duo’s adventures the day after the US.