Becoming Human (2011– )

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Following events that unfold in the third series of Being Human, vampire Adam (Craig Roberts; Young Dracula) is at college trying to get himself back on the straight and narrow. It's here ... See full summary »

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 Adam (8 episodes, 2011)
Leila Mimmack ...
 Christa (8 episodes, 2011)
Josh Brown ...
 Matt (8 episodes, 2011)
Josh Cole ...
 Mr. Roe (5 episodes, 2011)
Simon Ludders ...
 Mr. Swan (5 episodes, 2011)
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 Brandy Mulligan (4 episodes, 2011)
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Following events that unfold in the third series of Being Human, vampire Adam (Craig Roberts; Young Dracula) is at college trying to get himself back on the straight and narrow. It's here he meets the beautiful, cool Christa (Leila Mimmack; Married, Single, Other) - who just happens to be a werewolf. They strike up a friendship with Matt (Josh Brown; Grange Hill), and the three of them become embroiled in a mystery that leads to more than they bargained for... Written by loqjaw

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Being Human: The Sixth Form Years
21 March 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed BECOMING HUMAN, though in all honesty it can't be considered a spin-off. Instead, by slavish adopting the identical premise of teaming up a ghost, vampire and werewolf, it's basically the fourth incarnation of BEING HUMAN, following on from the original pilot movie, the substantially altered & recast ongoing series, and the American remake.

There is great chemistry between Lelia Mimmack as the in-denial werewolf and Craig Roberts as a fortysomething stuck in the body of a teenager (and therefore completely floundering in his attempts to engage with his fellow students). Josh Brown also brings pathos to his role as a lovelorn spectre who was invisible even before he died, though I suspect his sad sack character will swiftly grate if further episodes are commissioned.

I actually think it would have been better if Brown's ghost had departed through his designated door at the conclusion of the initial adventure, if only to ensure that any future instalments would have therefore broken away from the formula established by BECOMING HUMAN's parent show. Other than that, I have no complaints. More please, BBC.


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