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Who knows of BBC's new "Being Human"

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  • Who knows of BBC's new "Being Human"

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_sRd2spBo0&feature=channel"]YouTube - Being Human Trail - BBC Three[/ame]
    As the trailer above can show, Being Human is about three twenty-somethings (John Mitchell, George Sans and Annie Sawyer) who share a coral pink flat in the heart of Totterdown,Bristol.

    They just happen to be respectfully- a 125-year-old scottish vampire, a newbie werewolf assistant teacher and a quite corpereal ghost, each seeking human lifestyle and identity.

    Now don't be fooled, BH is a humorous but more serious & graphic series with brick wall-thick christianic overtones. The reason I've nicknamed it "British Buffy".
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1lgKtHREtQ&feature=channel"]YouTube - Changing Faces - Trailer - Being Human 2 - BBC Three[/ame]
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zV3AZbeE5k&feature=channel"]YouTube - Hidden Identities - Trailer - Being Human 2 - BBC Three[/ame]

    BH currently runs on its mother station BBC Three and (on occasion) internationally on BBC America and ABC2 Austrailia. Season 1,episodes 1-6 of 14, is currently on box set in the UK and will be available in the US and maybe Canada by July.

    SyFy has issused for an US remake, with a wider cast and set in Boston, to begin airing as a trial season of 13 episodes in late summer 2010.
    Season 3 of the original UK series will begin early 2011.

    If you have any questions,opinons or graditude towards this brillant show,
    PLEASE COMMENT!!!!!
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    Re: Who knows of BBC's new "Being Human"

    BBC America is airing series two in the next week or so, it's pretty good series.

    I like the werewolf.

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