Actor Sam Heughan has shared a photo of him flexing his muscles as he takes up archery for travel docuseries Men In Kilts.
The Outlander actor shared the behind the scenes snap as the series became available in the UK.
In the show, Sam and his Outlander co-star Graham McTavish travel around Scotland on the adventure of a lifetime, meeting some of the craftspeople, producers, and historians who make the country what it is.
They also try out different sports and pics show Sam’s attempt at hitting the target.
Posting on Instagram, alongside a picture of him and a picture of his aim, he wrote: “Let’s just say…I’m going to need more practise. #robinhoodless.”
In the first picture, Sam’s muscly arms are on show, and fans couldn’t get enough of it.
One wrote: “ALL THE CEPS!”
Another added: “Wow! what upper arms !!!”
One commented: “OMG!!! ….with these arms… even Robin Hood would run away…Good Luck!”
While another said: “you are absolutely amazing i love you Sam.”
The show has been such a success so far that fans are calling for a season two.
Men In Kilts has been praised for the chemistry between Sam and Graham, who play Jamie Fraser and Dougal MacKenzie on Outlander, and the epic shots which help viewers explore Scotland’s history, culture and scenery.
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Now, the pair, who recently appeared at the Aye Write book festival in Glasgow discussing their new book Clanlands, have hinted that a second adventure could be on its way.
When asked in an interview with lifestyle mag Town and Country, if there was a possibility there could be a follow, he responded: “We hope so. Yes. There are many, many, many more stories to tell in Scotland.
“We’ve barely scratched the surface there. And that’s not even including the wider Scottish influence that went out into the rest of the world, like in America, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, even places like India and Brazil. Even France, which has such a traditional connection… I think hopefully, this is just the beginning.
Sam also recently told STV News that any new episodes might be filmed outwith Scotland.
He said: “There are so many places around the world that have Scottish influences – Canada, America, Australia, New Zealand, India.
“I’m sure wherever we go I’m still going to beat Graham at what we do.”
Though nothing has been confirmed by Starz, the production company behind both Men in Kilts and Outlander, it’s likely that Sam will soon have a free schedule as season six of the time travel series is due to wrap soon.