Many thought it would be a hard sell, after all Aiden Turner, who played vampire Mitchell, left the series at the end of Season 3 and Russell Tovey, who played werewolf George, made it clear that he wasn’t doing season 4 – no spoiler then to say he dies at the end of the first episode. The loss of the actors could be overcome – after all two of the main actors changed between The Pilot and Season 1 - and, quite frankly, the pilot is still probably the best incarnation of the show.
You see, the storytelling was poor and it caused these questions to emerge (many during the actual watch) and the questions thus pulled me out of any suspension of disbelief with regards the show. I hope it tightens things up now we’ve got over the hump, as much was included to change the direction of the show. I really do. I will also keep watching, a sense of loyalty, to the franchise and the genre and a real desire to see the good bits that will be in the episodes, no matter how west the storytelling goes in respect of the main arc. That said, right now Being Human US: Season 2 looks like the best hope for the franchise.
I have my own, they supply me with pairs but I prefer my own basic grey Uniqlo pieces, I feel at home in them. And so does little Russ.
Is it something to do with a Tardis?
I am reading a love poem with my amazing co-star from Him & Her, Sarah Solemani. We have rehearsals Thursday, I think I will find out then exactly what I have got myself in for
Yes. I tell them I’m on Crimewatch.
What’s weird about being gay?
Every minute in this city is the bollocks!