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A werewolf, a vampire and a ghost try to live together and get along.

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Toby Whithouse
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11 wins & 11 nominations. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
Lenora Crichlow ...  Annie Sawyer 30 episodes, 2009-2012
Russell Tovey ...  George / ... 24 episodes, 2008-2012
Aidan Turner ...  Mitchell 23 episodes, 2009-2012
Sinead Keenan ...  Nina 19 episodes, 2009-2011
Michael Socha ...  Tom / ... 18 episodes, 2011-2013
Damien Molony ...  Hal 14 episodes, 2012-2013
Jason Watkins ...  Herrick 13 episodes, 2009-2011
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A werewolf, a vampire and a ghost try to live together and get along.

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Time to face their demons. [Series 2.] See more »


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Official Sites:

BBC [UK]

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UK

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English

Release Date:

18 February 2008 (UK) See more »

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Ser Humano See more »

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Touchpaper Television See more »
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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Mark Gatiss portrays the Vampire overlord, Mr. Snow, in Series 4. The name is given to him for his icy demeanor. Ironically, Gatiss's character on Sherlock (2010), Mycroft, was nicknamed "the Ice Man" by series baddie, Jim Moriarty. The two characters even share a similar wardrobe. See more »

Goofs

Annie's headstone changes from season 1-2. The first time she views it, it reads "beloved fiancée.." In season 2 when her mother is viewing it, it simply states her name. Unless of course her family had it changed when Owen confessed to killing her, but they never mention it. See more »

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Remade as Being Human (2011) See more »

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The Greatest Thing to Come Out of Britain in Years
26 February 2009 | by amethystflamesSee all my reviews

When I first saw the pilot episode, I had several problems with it, all of which were fixed in episode one. It's my first foray into British television and I'll admit I'm confused by "remakes" and other such terms, but whatever; I don't care what they're doing as long as they keep this show on the air. It's smart, witty, funny, interesting, and manages to avoid being a tired rehash of the same monster mythology running around the entertainment industry. Lenora Crichlow is a greatly improved version of Annie, and something about her performance makes it far easier to find the character likable. Aidan Turner is an even better Mitchell than Guy, and thankfully Russell Tovey is still around; he's absolutely perfect as George. I haven't been so excited about a new show in years, and I love the way they blend the dramatic, the humorous, the mystical and the mundane. This show takes all the appeal of myth and legend and flawlessly applies it to modern life, allowing us to connect to the characters on a human level while still giving us a well-done version of the occult. No other show on the air today delivers so many forms of entertainment at once.


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