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In the Flesh
BBC AMERICA’s In the Flesh won the BAFTA TV award for Best Miniseries on Sunday (May 18), beating The Fall, The Great Train Robbery, and Southcliffe. In the Flesh lead and BAFTA nominee Luke Newberry spoke to Anglophenia’s …
British actor Andrew Lincoln returns in the much-anticipated fourth season of the The Walking Dead, which premiered on AMC on October 13, 2013, as Rick Grimes. We give Lincoln credit for surviving the zombie-infested community for so …
Channel 4 has imported this 8-part zombie thriller series from France.
What’s on: The Returned What is it: This is a zombie show with a twist (and subtitles). The dead rise from the grave but they look and feel the same as they did before passing away.
Did we mention In The Flesh starts on BBCAMERICA tonight? At 10pm/9c? We did? Smashing.
Well, as we’re in an undead state of mind, here are five places in the U.K.
People can’t seem to get enough of the undead and with that said, BBC3’s In the Flesh has been renewed for a second season to begin filming later this year, reports Radio Times. The second season will consist of three new …
With temps already climbing across the country and Memorial Day around the corner, BBC AMERICA has sent out a press release previewing its summer programming, led by the second season of its original crime drama Copper. Set in Civil …
BBC AMERICA released this to press today:
BBC AMERICA is set to premiere the final season of Being Human on June 8 in Supernatural Saturday, with the much-talked about three-part zombie miniseries In the Flesh launching on August 3. Both are BBC AMERICA co-productions.