In the future the world is seen to be at risk of take over by vampires. In the present Annie,Tom and George look after George's baby Eve after Nina has been murdered by vampires. Despite ... See full summary »



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In the future the world is seen to be at risk of take over by vampires. In the present Annie,Tom and George look after George's baby Eve after Nina has been murdered by vampires. Despite her parentage the child is fully human with no werewolf traits but vampire leader Griffin still wants her dead as,according to kindly vampire archivist Regus,she will save the world from his kind. Griffin takes her but,thanks to Regus and disgruntled young vampire Dewi,she is saved and Griffin killed though George too pays the price. On the other side of the country a ghost called Pearl,elderly werewolf Leo and young vampire Hal are also seen to share a house. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Will things be as good without Mitchell?
7 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I thought the relocation from Bristol to Barry Island at the start of series three was a fairly major change but that is nothing compared to the changes as series four begins; we saw Mitchell die at the end of the last series and it turns out that Nina has been killed too! George and Annie are still together along with George and Nina's baby. Things clearly aren't going well for them; George is watching over the as yet unnamed little girl and has clearly not slept in days. The vampires have not been resting and are preparing for the coming war and the arrival of 'The Old Ones'. Away from Barry, on the other side of the UK we see another household that also consists of a ghost a werewolf and a vampire; at this point little is explained about them apart from the fact that the werewolf is dying; no doubt they will become more important in the future. We also see several flash forwards to 2037 where a war between humanity and the vampires seems to be going badly for humanity.

This was an interesting start to the series; Aiden Turner's presence as Mitchell was certainly missed but the story was solid with some good scares and some fairly gory moments. There were some laughs; largely provided by Mark Williams, who played the 'vampire historian'; I think this character did cross over to being silly for a while but not enough to spoil the story… talking of spoiling there was a real shock at the end of the episode that I won't spoil here; it will certainly have a huge affect on the series. I look forward to further episodes and hope this series will be as good as previous ones; as things stand this is still probably the best programme on BBC3.

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