With Hyde emerging more and more unexpectedly, Jackman finds himself not knowing where he's been or what he's done. Jackman is also being deceived. His nurse Catherine is working for ... See full summary »
With Hyde emerging more and more unexpectedly, Jackman finds himself not knowing where he's been or what he's done. Jackman is also being deceived. His nurse Catherine is working for someone else as is a close friend. He is still being followed by the organization with the black vans, though it appears they are more interested in Mr. Hyde that in Jackman. They set up a terrifying confrontation at a local zoo that endangers Jackman's children. Jackman is not sure how, but Hyde starts to communicate with him directly for the first time. Finally, Jackman meets someone who may be able to tell him about his family history. Written by
The lion scene was added because Steven Moffat wanted some action after writing so much dialogue. Heavy rain delayed filming the scene. The producers tried to keep people away from the lions because they didn't want them getting the wrong idea after seeing the animal handlers that anyone could do it. See more »
And why couldn't a man kill a lion with his bare hands? Could happen. OK, maybe not . . . Point is; to me - whether the storyline follows the originals or not, I find the 55mins electrifying! Nesbitt's acting is outstanding to the point he compels you to watch every second of this show. The connection & chemistry between him & those chosen as his family is amazing - It shows in their expressions as well as their eyes. I LOVE this show & hope it's a long time running. Highly recommend if you haven't seen it yet!!! Not too gory, just enough to 'wet the appetite'. The humor is deliciously adorable - a MUST see!!! Wish it could air more than once a week & be on the Sci-Fi channel.
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