The Highlander A-Z

Your definitive guide to the Highlander TV universe
  Season one (A1-A22) Season two (B1-B22) Season three (C1-C22) Season four (D1-D22) Season five (E1-E18) Season six (F1-F13) The Raven (R1-R22) Highlander: Endgame
Season Three Index
Highlander finally hit its stride in its third year, with a strong selection of stories from start to finish. We delved a lot deeper into the back story of Duncan MacLeod, seeing him in a variety of new and exotic locations. There was the introduction of reputedly the oldest living immortal in the form of Methos, initially overshadowed by a dangerous game of cat and mouse between Duncan and an old adversary, a game that was to dominate the second half of the season.

Opening narration (Jim Byrnes)
"He is Immortal, born 400 years ago in the highlands of Scotland. He is not alone. There are others like him: some good, some evil. For centuries he has battled the forces of darkness, with holy ground his only refuge. He cannot die - unless you take his head, and with it, his power. In the end there can be only one. He is Duncan MacLeod, the Highlander."

bulletAdrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
bulletStan Kirsch (Richie Ryan)
bulletPhilip Akin (Charlie DeSalvo, episodes 1-3)
bulletLisa Howard (Dr Anne Lindsay, episodes 3-20)
bulletJim Byrnes (Joe Dawson)

Based on the character created by Gregory Widen

Executive Producers Peter S Davis, William Panzer, Christian Charret, Marlia Ginsburg

Co-Executive Producer Nicholas Clermont

Producer Ken Gord

Associate Producer Marc du Pontavice

Co-ordinating Producer Denis Leroy

Creative Consultant David Abramowitz

Executive Script Consultant David Tynan

Theme music Queen

Music Roger Bellon

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Seacouver episodes
C1: The Samurai (B+)
C2: Line of Fire (C)
C3: The Revolutionary (C+)
C4: The Cross of St Antoine (A-)
C5: Rite of Passage (B-)
C6: Courage (B+)
C7: The Lamb (A-)
C8: Obsession (B+)
C9: Shadows (C+)
C10: Blackmail (B-)
C11: Vendetta (C+)
C12: They Also Serve (A)
C13: Blind Faith (B+)
C14: Song of the Executioner (A-)

Paris episodes
C15: Star-Crossed (B+)
C16: Methos (B+)
C17: Take Back The Night (B)
C18: Testimony (B)
C19: Mortal Sins (B)
C20: Reasonable Doubt (B)
C21: Finale (I) (B+)
C22: Finale (II) (A)

  Text copyright 2007 Nick Peers, Images copyright Panzer/Davis