Say hello to Nigel Fotherington Cyborg, the newest member of the Northamptonshire Cyborg family.
OK, here we go. The baby’s been born, Nina is nowhere to be seen, George doesn’t look happy, there’s new vampires and new werewolves and somehow Ron Weasley’s dad is wrapped up in it all.
Fans of the UK version of ‘Being Human’ may already know the upheavals at the end of series three are set to continue into series four, with the departure of Nina, played by Sinead Keenan, and only a brief appearance from ...
Fans may still be reeling over Being Human‘s stunning third season finale. (I think I heard a collective NOOOOOO! the night the episode aired.
What’s British on U.S. television this week?
Being Human fans will be excited to learn that there will indeed be a fourth season of the original British drama in 2012. (The third season is currently airing on BBC America.
In the past month, we’ve been looking at a remarkable British Invasion of America’s entertainment industry. Superman is now a Brit. American TV networks are gorging on British comedies and dramas.
Is this all some sort of post-colonial payback? Has a gang of rogue Brits suddenly descended upon Hollywood and replaced our American-born gods with UK ones?
Some news you can sink your teeth into: BBC America revealed exclusively to Entertainment Weekly that the third season of the original British Being Human will premiere on Saturday, February 19. “A third season is a unique opportunity because it allows you to take all the best bits of season one and season two,” creator Toby Whithouse teases.