Smith says there’s a Toby Whithouse script in the upcoming series: Maybe the Doctor drops in on Mitchell, George, Nina, and Annie?
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Proper Being Human is nuanced and subtle. All of that has been stripped out of Syfy’s Being Human. It’s infuriating. And enraging. And completely unnecessary.
I’m simultaneously sad, excited, and angry at this news. Is it worth spending another five hours with this series when I know it’s going to end? Why should I invest more time and emotional energy into characters who are going to leave me shortly?
If you were derelict enough in your cheesy-movie duties to have missed this masterpiece of awful when it aired on Syfy in June, now you have you chance to rectify this deplorable oversight.
There’s a new special holiday episode airing tonight on Syfy at 9pm Eastern called “O’ Little Town”… and it is a huge hoot. I’ve seen it, thanks to the elves at Syfy and a little DVD in my stocking, and while I’m not going to spoil anything here, I will say that it’s a brilliant little bit of meta cleverness…
Can’t wait for the return of the Doctor at Christmastime? Nope, none of us can… and it seems that the BBC is beginning to catch on that the show is popular enough outside the U.K. that concerns about piracy are becoming a factor in its scheduling….
I want to say that I understand why no one was watching Caprica: it’s a tough, complicated downer of a drama about people who are merely trying to figure out how to cope with a tough, complicated world. But so what? Must everything on our TVs be escapist?
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Bastards. Frak them. If Syfy really believed in the show, they’d have promoted it better, harder, more. But they’d rather just air crap like ‘professional’ ‘wrestling’ and reality junk about ghost hunters.