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Watch it on project free tv if channel 5 isn't showing the rest! Socks share and put locker are the best links
JazzAnn I've been watching season 2 on project free tv as well amazing!
Aargh. Just watched episode 12 on channel 5 & at the end, they said series 2 will be on in 2013.Are they not going to show the rest of this season? I neeeeeed to know what happens!
I think that there are 22 episodes in the first series, will keep with that and then may go straight to series 2 online! Was a bit worried that it might start dragging out but from what you are saying above, doesn't look like that is happening.
Watching series two online you can watch it all ahead of uk time on project free tv
Been downloading series 2. 8 episodes so far and it's better than the first series.
Watched it when it was first shown here, and absolutely loved it! At the end of the final episode I think it said that season 2 would be shown in the New Year....hurrah!
Loving it .. been staying up late to watch the recordings. How many more episodes in Series 1 & when does series 2 start ??It's filling the hole of The Walking Dead & Ameican Horror Story nicely
Ooh, so excited to hear that there is a second series! Bring it on!
The second half of series 2 starts on January 6th in the US. Season 2 kicks season one's ass!
I enjoyed it.Robert Carlyle-fab!!When´s series 2 on-anyone know?
I loved it. One of the best things on tv this year. It's connected to Disney so watch out for the sideways references to the traditional Disney films throughout the series too.
Its great isn't it ? It was on earlier in the year , I'm hoping the repeats mean season 2 is just round the corner .
I came across it by accident, started vaguely watching it and am now hooked! There seem to be 22 episodes in all - yaay!
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