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

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

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Meet Mitchell, George and Annie. Flatmates by day - undead by night. See more »


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18 February 2008 (UK)  »

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Aidan Turner is the only one of the original main cast members not to have appeared on Doctor Who (2005). Russell Tovey (George) played Alonso Frame in Doctor Who: Voyage of the Damned (2007), Lenora Crichlow (Annie) played Cheen in Doctor Who: Gridlock (2007), and Sinead Keenan (Nina) played Addams in Doctor Who: The End of Time: Part One (2009) and Doctor Who: The End of Time: Part Two (2010). Also, 'Dean Lennox Kelly', who plays 'Tully' also played 'Shakespeare' in 'The Shakespeare Code'. Additionally, Donald Sumpter who plays Kemp in Season 2, has appeared in the original Doctor Who (1963) serials The Wheel in Space (Episodes 1-6), The Sea Devils (Episodes 3-5) and the more recent episode Hell Bent (2015). See more »

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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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The Brits know how to do TV
29 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

Drama, mystery, self discovery, angst and "desperation for relief" comedy is spattered through out this well written and acted show. In 2 very short runs (16 in all?)I care more for these unlikely group of supernatural misfits than all the seasons of "Friends". Annie, Mitchell, George, and Nina sit on the fence between worlds, running from what they are and leaving claw marks in their past. The third set of shows have just started and I can't wait to see my friends again. I think it is best to watch the show, if you can, as they aired on BBC. When the shows makes the crossing on the pond some of the grittiness gets watered down. On a personal note, if you have watched the SyFy version, it pales by comparison.


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