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Rating: 2 likes, 0 dislikes
George, Russell Tovey, really cements this show; his acting is superb. The Wolfman per the original movie, was angst ridden with grief over his predicament of turning into a wolfman during a full moon. George captures this splendidly. His transformation's are done so well; the direction, cinematography and Russell Tovey's acting are perfect. I squirm, I'm horrified as George goes through the physical and mental pain of it all.

Lenora Crichlow, as Annie has grown so much during the first and second season; she keeps getting better.

I can't believe the second season was just eight shows; the first season was just 6 shows, so, I guess, I shouldn't complain. I remember when a series season was 20 to 22 shows. Alot has changed in just 3 years or so. I look forward to what happens with Annie now; I think I phrased that right so as not to spoil anything for anybody.

Mitchell, Aidan Turner, needs to be fleshed out. Maybe it's the acting, I don't know exactly what's wrong. However, I think, this is the weakest link in the show.

Review posted on Wednesday, March 10th 2010 at 5:20 pm

Warning: Being Human (UK) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Horror/Supernatural | Mystery | Sci-Fi
Status: Ended
Network: BBC three ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: February 18, 2008
Ended: March 10, 2013
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