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"Highlander" The Gathering (TV Episode 1992) Poster

(TV Series)

(1992)

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The pilot episode, "The Gathering", was originally intended as the third "Highlander" sequel, a TV-movie with a two-hour running time. Eventually, the budget was too low and Christopher Lambert didn't agree to star until late on in production, so the idea was scrapped and the episode was edited down to an hour.
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Actor Alastair Duncan was considered for the lead role in the series. He later made a guest appearance as immortal Terence Coventry.Anthony De Longis, Gary Daniels, James Horan, Alexis Denisof and Geraint Wyn Davies. were in the running for the role of Conner Macleod (back when the character was going to be the main lead in the series.
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It was rumored that the series was going to be a prequel to the original series.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

According to Highlander canon, the immortal that Duncan senses during his lovemaking session is actually Richie. After interrogating him, Duncan then senses Slan Quince, moments before he arrives.
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When Duncan is helping Connor out of the river, Connor says, "What of the boy?" Conner is not talking about straightening out a delinquent, he is referring to the obligation of fosterage of a pre-immortal.
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