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Being Human - Series 2

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forfudgesake Mon 21-Sep-09 11:09:26

did anybody else think the final episode was disappointing?
and when will the new series be starting, if there is any?

forfudgesake Mon 21-Sep-09 11:19:48

actually not sure if it was series 2, it just finished on bbc3 a week ago! how many series are there? i love love love this programme

Sunshinemambo Mon 21-Sep-09 11:28:39

What happened? I'm not sure if I've seen it or not.

bubblagirl Mon 21-Sep-09 11:40:12

i thought the ending was fab on the last one real oh my goodness who are they

they are commissioned to do second series not entirely sure when its due on yet though there is an official website that have updates maybe it might be on there

bubblagirl Mon 21-Sep-09 11:43:55

it would appear the new series is being created now it shows on the blog the making of series 2

PortAndLemon Mon 21-Sep-09 11:46:30

There's only been the pilot and then one series so far, I think. Unless they've already showed series 2 and it snuck completely under my radar, which seems unlikely as I've been awaiting it eagerly for months.

Eve4Walle Mon 21-Sep-09 19:50:07

It won't be the same without Herrick. He was my main motivation for watching, and the guy who played him was totally convincing IMO.

Series 2 is to be aired this autumn, as far as I'm aware.

I'm looking forwrad to the possibility of some baby werewolves. grin

wintera Mon 21-Sep-09 22:02:06

Oh I really liked the ending. I thought it was very good. And I liked how it finished with George's girlfriend being scratched too. I would imagine there will be lots of emotional turmoil when season 2 starts!

Squitten Mon 21-Sep-09 22:21:45

The series that has just been on is a repeat of the first series. No schedule for series 2 yet but they are definitely making one!

Very much in lust with Aiden Turner - YUM

Webme1 Tue 22-Sep-09 21:54:00

I would really like to know the secret she whispered in her killer's ear and why it turned him into a trembling wreck.

I wonder if it will be revealed in the next series.

forfudgesake Wed 23-Sep-09 10:58:42

yes i was thinking that too Webme1, and she said its a secret that only dead people know!!

yes i too am in steamy lust with aidan turner!

bran Wed 23-Sep-09 11:15:37

On the whole I don't fancy Irish men, but I make an exception for Aidan Turner. grin

All three of the main characters are very strong actors, I bet they won't be available for another series for long. Hopefully there will be another series made before they all scatter for fabulous careers in film and theater.

Sunshinemambo Wed 23-Sep-09 16:20:35

Bran - me too. Normally I find the accent really off-putting but there is something really horny about AT grin

bran Wed 23-Sep-09 20:46:43

For me, it's because I'm Irish that I don't go for Irish men, I prefer someone more exotic or different (I'm married to a Malaysian). I guess being a vampire would qualify as different though. smile

Sunshinemambo Thu 24-Sep-09 08:58:46

Oops blush sorry. I find the way you (as in the irish generally, rather than just you) say 'any' really strange though.

Sunshinemambo Thu 24-Sep-09 08:59:11

I'll get me coat...

PolarBear74 Thu 24-Sep-09 09:08:05

I loved the program too and the idea of baby werewolves is great!

TAFKAtheUrbanDryad Thu 24-Sep-09 09:13:17

I love Being Human sooooo much. Such a top TV series, the Beeb really outdid themselves on this one, which was lucky after the all the hyperbole surrounding the truly abysmal Gavin and Stacey!

Aidan Turner.....<<fans self>> I wonder if we could convince MNHQ to get him in for a webchat. <<faints>>

bran Thu 24-Sep-09 09:30:02

Any? Any, any, any. I can't actually hear the difference between my "any" and an English one. grin I'm not offended though, not everyone finds ever accent attractive. I'm strangely drawn to a soft Belfast accent, but lots of people find it painful to listen to.

When I first moved to the UK I found some of the phrasing so odd that it actually sounded ungrammatical to me. The way people say "it's not" for instance, in Dublin people say "it isn't".

LOL at Aidan Turner coming for a chat on MN. Does he even have kids?

PolarBear74 Thu 24-Sep-09 09:55:40

Does it matter whether he has kids or not?

bran Thu 24-Sep-09 12:38:04

Well, usually people come for a chat here because they have something to say to a group of parents. Sometimes they come because they want to flog a book or some other promotion.

In AT's case, is not so much a case of whether we want him here or not, more why on earth would he want to come and willingly subject himself to suggestive comments from the likes of us. grin He's young, handsome and talented, and collectively we tend to sound like the old ladies from the Harry Enfield sketch in the presence of such attractiveness.

Blondeshavemorefun Thu 24-Sep-09 17:24:28

so series 2 is made/being made and will be on in autumn?

isnt that now? grin

or do you mean next autumn?

Honeymum Sun 27-Sep-09 16:54:47

There's a Being Human event on at the Broadway cinema, Nottingham, on 31 October. Writer/Director and "key cast members" (!) will be there. 3 pm.

coolasfudge Tue 29-Sep-09 11:37:37

found this
scroll down to 31 oct

coolasfudge Tue 29-Sep-09 11:41:12

so looks like we'll be waiting till next year for the new series sad
no aidan for a whole year....damn! envy

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