Tag Archives: Being Human

‘Being Human’ Star Aidan Turner Preps for ‘Hobbit Boot Camp’?

Irish actor Aidan Turner is keeping extra busy these days. While balancing his regular duties as the foxy vampire Mitchell on BBC America's Being Human, Turner is gearing up for his part in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit. Filming for The Hobbit is already underway and the handsome 27-year-old, who will play the cheery dwarf Kili...

‘Skins,’ ‘Being Human’ Remakes Score Record-Breaking Launches

Guess all of the promos worked: MTV’s Skins, the U.S. remake of the British teen drama seen on BBC America, has proven a huge ratings success for the channel.

The Tellyvangelist – Jan. 17-23

In this week’s Tellyvangelist — your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S.

Look Ahead at 2011: UK TV Series Receiving American Makeovers

Those bigwigs in Hollywood love their British telly. In a feverish race to provide fresh content to hungry American viewers, producers, writers, and executives maintain a watchful eye on the shows that are catching fire across the pond, ...

The Top 5 TV One Liners of 2010

Some of Britain’s finest actors are fantastically quick at the mouth and we love them for it. Here’s a look back at some of BBC America’s most hilarious and memorable remarks of 2010.

‘Being Human’ Star Lenora Crichlow to Host BBCA ‘Tudors’ Episodes

UPDATED: Set your DVRs, folks! The Tudors is coming to BBC America, starting with Season 1 and 2 all-day marathons on January 16.

WATCH: Trailer for Syfy’s ‘Being Human’ Remake

Check out the newly released trailer for the U.S. version of Being Human, which premieres on Syfy in January.

Watch: ‘Being Human’ Gets an American Remake

American paranormal fans will soon have a new werewolf, vampire and ghost in their lives as SyFy preps for the U.S. installment of Being Human, as seen on BBC America.

Aidan Turner, Richard Armitage Set For Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit’

Methinks director Peter Jackson is a BBC AMERICA fan. Deadline.

Russell Tovey Gets His Own Action-Figure?

Being Human's Russell Tovey is a dear, isn’t he? Since 2008, the English actor and playwright has charmed audiences as werewolf George Sands on the BBC supernatural dramedy.