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BBC Three Cancels In the Flesh; Zombies Not in the Budget

Posted by Debi Moore on January 17, 2015

Some disappointing news has arrived from across the pond… BBC Three confirmed on its Twitter feed that zombie drama “In the Flesh” has been cancelled. This comes after it was announced last year that the network is moving online. (The move still has to be approved by the BBC Trust, which runs the corporation on behalf of viewers.)

The story revolved around teenager Kieren Walker, played by Luke Newberry, who came back to life after a zombie apocalypse and returned to his small home town, where the locals are grappling with the new world order. Per the BBC, the second season ended last May in the UK with just over half a million people watching the finale, and the show won best television mini-series at the BAFTAs last year with creator Dominic Mitchell receiving a BAFTA for best drama writer at the British Academy Television Craft Awards.  Despite its popularity and acclaim, per the BBC3 tweet, budget constraints are to blame.

RIP, Kieren… for real this time.

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See a Preview of In the Flesh Season 2 Episode 2

Posted by Debi Moore on May 12, 2014

See a Preview of In the Flesh Season 2 Episode 2This past weekend was chock-full of horror offerings, and one of the best was the return of "In the Flesh" to BBC America. Are you as anxiously awaiting Episode 2.02 as we are? Here's a preview to tide you over until next Saturday.

"In the Flesh" Episode 2.02 (airs 5/17/14, 10-11 PM)
Kieren (LUKE NEWBERRY, The Legend of Hercules)'s dreams of escape are left in tatters when Member of Parliament (MP) Maxine (WUNMI MOSAKU, Philomena) imposes an Undead travel ban on Roarton, along with stringent measures for Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) Sufferers to pay back their debt to society.

However, being thrust together with Undead Liberation Army (ULA) member Simon (EMMETT J SCANLAN, The Fall) on Maxine's Give Back Scheme has its benefits. When the two discover they have a connection, Simon makes a surprising declaration.

Meanwhile, Kieren's ex-Human Volunteer Force (HVF) sister Jem (HARRIET CAINS, Doctors) has returned to school. She feels completely alienated until she's revealed to be war hero.

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In the Flesh Season 2 on BBC America

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Watch the First Four Minutes of In the Flesh Season 2 Episode 1

Posted by Debi Moore on May 1, 2014

Watch the First Four Minutes of In the Flesh Season 2 Episode 1Season 2 of "In the Flesh" premieres on BBC America May 10th, and if you're as excited as we are, check out the first four minutes of Episode 1 right here, right now! Not caught up? Season 1 begins streaming on BBCAmerica.com tomorrow, May 2nd.

The expanded six-episode new season of "In the Flesh" picks up nine months after the events of Season 1, and the war to protect the town from the Undead, known as Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) sufferers, has ceased.

Luke Newberry (The Legend of Hercules) reprises his role as Kieren Walker and leads the cast together with Emily Bevan ("The Thick of It") as Amy Driver, Harriet Cains ("Doctors") as Jem Walker, Stephen Thompson ("Doctors") as Philip Wilson, Kenneth Cranham (Maleficent) as Vicar Oddie, Kevin Sutton ("Shameless") as Gary, Steve Cooper as Steve Walker, Marie Critchley as Sue Walker, Sandra Hugget as Shirley Wilson, Gerard Thompson as Dean, and Gillian Waugh as Pearl Pinder.

They are joined by new cast members Wunmi Mosaku ("Dancing on the Edge," I Am Slave), playing local MP Maxine Martin, and Emmett J. Scanlan ("The Fall," "Hollyoaks"), who plays charismatic disciple of the Undead Prophet, Simon.

"In the Flesh" Episode 1 (airs 5/10/14, 10-11 PM)
Partially Deceased Sufferer (PDS) Kieren Walker is now in the seemingly PDS-friendly world of Roarton. Keeping his head down, working soul-destroying shifts in the Legion pub, and squirreling money into his ‘escape fund’, Kieren only has one problem – himself. Still wrestling with ‘what’ he is, Kieren desperately wants to leave Roarton and start a new life. But as tensions reignite, that dream may be further away than he thinks. But a little light has returned to Kieren’s life when his BDFF (best dead friend forever) Amy Dyer makes her return to Roarton.

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In the Flesh Season 2 on BBC America

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Get Your First Look at In the Flesh Season 2; BBC America Premiere Date Announced

Posted by Debi Moore on March 31, 2014

Get Your First Look at In the Flesh Season 2; BBC America Premiere Date AnnouncedWe knew BBC America would be airing Season 2 of "In the Flesh" sometime this year, and now the official premiere date has arrived along with a "first look" teaser video and a few more details of what's coming.

The expanded six-episode new season of "In the Flesh" will debut on Saturday, May 10th, at 10/9c immediately following a new episode of "Orphan Black," only on BBC America.

Synopsis:
"In the Flesh" creator Dominic Mitchell reignites the world of teenager Kieren Walker (Luke Newberry), a PDS (Partially Deceased Syndrome) sufferer who continues in his struggle to find acceptance. The six-parter is a BBC AMERICA co-production with BBC Drama Production North.

In the cauldron of Roarton, where the living and the undead have reached a fragile peace, Kieren is desperately keeping his head down and squirreling money into his ‘escape fund’ for Paris. But in the wider world, fear is in the air. The radical Pro-Living Party, Victus, is gaining government seats with a resulting spate of PDS terrorism linked to the Undead Liberation Army (ULA).

With the arrival of new and explosive characters from both Victus and the ULA, Kieren’s plans are thrown into disarray as both set their sights on him. He’ll find himself caught in the emotional crossfire, making his desire for a quiet life an unrealistic option.

Luke Newberry (The Legend of Hercules) reprises his role as Kieren Walker and leads the cast together with Emily Bevan ("The Thick of It") as Amy Driver, Harriet Cains ("Doctors") as Jem Walker, Stephen Thompson ("Doctors") as Philip Wilson, Kenneth Cranham (Maleficent) as Vicar Oddie, Kevin Sutton ("Shameless") as Gary, Steve Cooper as Steve Walker, Marie Critchley as Sue Walker, Sandra Hugget as Shirley Wilson, Gerard Thompson as Dean, and Gillian Waugh as Pearl Pinder.

They are joined by new cast members Wunmi Mosaku ("Dancing on the Edge," I Am Slave), playing local MP Maxine Martin, and Emmett J. Scanlan ("The Fall," "Hollyoaks"), who plays charismatic disciple of the Undead Prophet, Simon.

For more info visit "In the Flesh" on BBCAmerica.com, "like" "In the Flesh" BBC on Facebook, and follow "In the Flesh" TV on Twitter.

In the Flesh Season 2 on BBC America

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Watch the First Three Minutes of BBC America’s In the Flesh

Posted by The Woman In Black on June 4, 2013

Watch the First Three Minutes of BBC America's In the FleshWe've already seen a few sneak peeks of "In the Flesh," premiering on BBC America this Thursday night, June 6th, but now we have the opening three minutes of the series and some new artwork to share. Check 'em out, and let us know if you'll be tuning in.

Synopsis:
"In the Flesh" explores a post-zombie-uprising - from the zombie’s perspective. The series follows 18-year-old Kieren Walker (Luke Newberry; Anna Karenina, Quartet), a Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) sufferer who, now treated with the medication Neurolax, is deemed ready to return to his parents’ home in the small village of Roarton. Since the passing of the PDS Protection Act, the government has set an agenda of acceptance and tolerance, one that is at odds with the communities abandoned at the time of The Rising and the bloody battle between zombies and humans that ensued. A cauldron of brutal anti-zombie sentiment boils in Roarton, the home of the ‘rotter’ hating Human Volunteer Force (HVF). Can Kieren’s neighbors forgive him for what he did in his untreated state? More importantly, can Kieren forgive himself?

"In the Flesh" takes a fresh approach to the zombie genre, using it to tell a story that tackles real family and domestic issues. It’s about feeling ‘other,’ exploring how chaos is born, and the destructive effects it can have on both the individual and the community.

Watch the First Three Minutes of BBC America's In the Flesh

Emily Bevan ("The Thick of It"), Steve Evets ("Shameless"), Kenneth Cranham ("Upstairs Downstairs"), Ricky Tomlinson ("The Royle Family"), David Walmsley ("Doctors"), and Harriet Cains (Human Beings) also star in this thought-provoking series about redemption, forgiveness, and the battle against prejudice. The three-part series, created and written by Dominic Mitchell, is directed by Jonny Campbell, with Ann Harrison-Baxter serving as producer and Hilary Martin as executive producer.

Part One premieres Thursday, June 6, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Partially Deceased Syndrome sufferer Kieren Walker returns home to the cauldron of Roarton but doesn't receive a warm welcome. His parents, Steve and Sue, are undoubtedly pleased to see him, but his sister, Jem, isn't so ready to pick up where they left off when Kieren died back in 2009. Meanwhile, the zombie-hating Human Volunteer Force, led by the violent Bill Macy, is ready to take action against any PDS sufferer reintegrated on their patch.

Part Two premieres Friday, June 7, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Feeling trapped at home, Kieren escapes to his grave, where he is reunited with his old hunting partner, Amy Dyer, who persuades him to take a dangerous day trip. Kieren discovers that Rick, his former best mate who died in Afghanistan, is back in town. Amy convinces Kieren to go and see him at The Legion. After an awkward reunion, Kieren finds himself on an HVF hunting mission in the woods, where the night patrol has reported live rabid zombies roaming free.

Part Three premieres Saturday, June 8, 10:00pm ET/PT:
After visiting the supermarket where he used to hunt with Amy, Kieren remembers that Jem once spared his life. Together, brother and sister confront the demons in their pasts and visit Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster (the parents of the girl from Kieren’s flashbacks, who fell victim to Kieren and Amy in the supermarket). Kieren feels momentarily better but then has to say goodbye to Amy, who is leaving Roarton in search of The Prophet. Will Kieren and Rick be able to find peace and acceptance as PDS sufferers in this highly-charged new world?

For more visit "In the Flesh" on BBCAmerica.com, "like" BBC America on Facebook, and follow BBC America on Twitter.

In the Flesh Begins June 6th on BBC America

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Maxi-Sized Gallery for Zombie Mini-Series In the Flesh

Posted by The Woman In Black on May 31, 2013

Maxi-Sized Gallery for Zombie Mini-Series In the FleshWhile it shows off more of the humans than the zombies in BBC America's upcoming three-part mini-series "In the Flesh," this image gallery does give you a sneak peek of what the undead will generally be looking like on the show. So check it out and get ready for June 6th, 7th, and 8th!

Synopsis:
"In the Flesh" explores a post-zombie-uprising - from the zombie’s perspective. The series follows 18-year-old Kieren Walker (Luke Newberry; Anna Karenina, Quartet), a Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) sufferer who, now treated with the medication Neurolax, is deemed ready to return to his parents’ home in the small village of Roarton. Since the passing of the PDS Protection Act, the government has set an agenda of acceptance and tolerance, one that is at odds with the communities abandoned at the time of The Rising and the bloody battle between zombies and humans that ensued. A cauldron of brutal anti-zombie sentiment boils in Roarton, the home of the ‘rotter’ hating Human Volunteer Force (HVF). Can Kieren’s neighbors forgive him for what he did in his untreated state? More importantly, can Kieren forgive himself?

"In the Flesh" takes a fresh approach to the zombie genre, using it to tell a story that tackles real family and domestic issues. It’s about feeling ‘other,’ exploring how chaos is born, and the destructive effects it can have on both the individual and the community.

Emily Bevan ("The Thick of It"), Steve Evets ("Shameless"), Kenneth Cranham ("Upstairs Downstairs"), Ricky Tomlinson ("The Royle Family"), David Walmsley ("Doctors"), and Harriet Cains (Human Beings) also star in this thought-provoking series about redemption, forgiveness, and the battle against prejudice. The three-part series, created and written by Dominic Mitchell, is directed by Jonny Campbell, with Ann Harrison-Baxter serving as producer and Hilary Martin as executive producer.

Part One premieres Thursday, June 6, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Partially Deceased Syndrome sufferer Kieren Walker returns home to the cauldron of Roarton but doesn't receive a warm welcome. His parents, Steve and Sue, are undoubtedly pleased to see him, but his sister, Jem, isn't so ready to pick up where they left off when Kieren died back in 2009. Meanwhile, the zombie-hating Human Volunteer Force, led by the violent Bill Macy, is ready to take action against any PDS sufferer reintegrated on their patch.

Part Two premieres Friday, June 7, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Feeling trapped at home, Kieren escapes to his grave, where he is reunited with his old hunting partner, Amy Dyer, who persuades him to take a dangerous day trip. Kieren discovers that Rick, his former best mate who died in Afghanistan, is back in town. Amy convinces Kieren to go and see him at The Legion. After an awkward reunion, Kieren finds himself on an HVF hunting mission in the woods, where the night patrol has reported live rabid zombies roaming free.

Part Three premieres Saturday, June 8, 10:00pm ET/PT:
After visiting the supermarket where he used to hunt with Amy, Kieren remembers that Jem once spared his life. Together, brother and sister confront the demons in their pasts and visit Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster (the parents of the girl from Kieren’s flashbacks, who fell victim to Kieren and Amy in the supermarket). Kieren feels momentarily better but then has to say goodbye to Amy, who is leaving Roarton in search of The Prophet. Will Kieren and Rick be able to find peace and acceptance as PDS sufferers in this highly-charged new world?

For more visit "In the Flesh" on BBCAmerica.com, "like" BBC America on Facebook, and follow BBC America on Twitter.



BBC America Moves Up the Premiere Date of In the Flesh to June 6th

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Another Promo Shambles in for BBC America’s In the Flesh

Posted by The Woman In Black on May 29, 2013

Another Promo Shambles in for BBC America's In the FleshReady for another look at "In the Flesh," BBC America's three-night zombie event that begins next week? In England the dead aren't just rising from the grave... They're returning home!

Synopsis:
"In the Flesh" explores a post-zombie-uprising - from the zombie’s perspective. The series follows 18-year-old Kieren Walker (Luke Newberry; Anna Karenina, Quartet), a Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) sufferer who, now treated with the medication Neurolax, is deemed ready to return to his parents’ home in the small village of Roarton. Since the passing of the PDS Protection Act, the government has set an agenda of acceptance and tolerance, one that is at odds with the communities abandoned at the time of The Rising and the bloody battle between zombies and humans that ensued. A cauldron of brutal anti-zombie sentiment boils in Roarton, the home of the ‘rotter’ hating Human Volunteer Force (HVF). Can Kieren’s neighbors forgive him for what he did in his untreated state? More importantly, can Kieren forgive himself?

"In the Flesh" takes a fresh approach to the zombie genre, using it to tell a story that tackles real family and domestic issues. It’s about feeling ‘other,’ exploring how chaos is born, and the destructive effects it can have on both the individual and the community.

Emily Bevan ("The Thick of It"), Steve Evets ("Shameless"), Kenneth Cranham ("Upstairs Downstairs"), Ricky Tomlinson ("The Royle Family"), David Walmsley ("Doctors"), and Harriet Cains (Human Beings) also star in this thought-provoking series about redemption, forgiveness, and the battle against prejudice. The three-part series, created and written by Dominic Mitchell, is directed by Jonny Campbell, with Ann Harrison-Baxter serving as producer and Hilary Martin as executive producer.

Part One premieres Thursday, June 6, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Partially Deceased Syndrome sufferer Kieren Walker returns home to the cauldron of Roarton but doesn't receive a warm welcome. His parents, Steve and Sue, are undoubtedly pleased to see him, but his sister, Jem, isn't so ready to pick up where they left off when Kieren died back in 2009. Meanwhile, the zombie-hating Human Volunteer Force, led by the violent Bill Macy, is ready to take action against any PDS sufferer reintegrated on their patch.

Part Two premieres Friday, June 7, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Feeling trapped at home, Kieren escapes to his grave, where he is reunited with his old hunting partner, Amy Dyer, who persuades him to take a dangerous day trip. Kieren discovers that Rick, his former best mate who died in Afghanistan, is back in town. Amy convinces Kieren to go and see him at The Legion. After an awkward reunion, Kieren finds himself on an HVF hunting mission in the woods, where the night patrol has reported live rabid zombies roaming free.

Part Three premieres Saturday, June 8, 10:00pm ET/PT:
After visiting the supermarket where he used to hunt with Amy, Kieren remembers that Jem once spared his life. Together, brother and sister confront the demons in their pasts and visit Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster (the parents of the girl from Kieren’s flashbacks, who fell victim to Kieren and Amy in the supermarket). Kieren feels momentarily better but then has to say goodbye to Amy, who is leaving Roarton in search of The Prophet. Will Kieren and Rick be able to find peace and acceptance as PDS sufferers in this highly-charged new world?

For more visit "In the Flesh" on BBCAmerica.com, "like" BBC America on Facebook, and follow BBC America on Twitter.

BBC America Moves Up the Premiere Date of In the Flesh to June 6th

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Second Teaser Promo for BBC America’s In the Flesh

Posted by The Woman In Black on May 22, 2013

Second Teaser Promo for BBC America's In the FleshA second teaser promo has arrived for BBC America's three-night "In the Flesh" event that introduces us to the character Amy, portrayed by Emily Bevan. Will you be watching when it begins on Thursday, June 6th?

Synopsis:
"In the Flesh" explores a post-zombie-uprising - from the zombie’s perspective. The series follows 18-year-old Kieren Walker (Luke Newberry; Anna Karenina, Quartet), a Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) sufferer who, now treated with the medication Neurolax, is deemed ready to return to his parents’ home in the small village of Roarton. Since the passing of the PDS Protection Act, the government has set an agenda of acceptance and tolerance, one that is at odds with the communities abandoned at the time of The Rising and the bloody battle between zombies and humans that ensued. A cauldron of brutal anti-zombie sentiment boils in Roarton, the home of the ‘rotter’ hating Human Volunteer Force (HVF). Can Kieren’s neighbors forgive him for what he did in his untreated state? More importantly, can Kieren forgive himself?

"In the Flesh" takes a fresh approach to the zombie genre, using it to tell a story that tackles real family and domestic issues. It’s about feeling ‘other,’ exploring how chaos is born, and the destructive effects it can have on both the individual and the community.

Emily Bevan ("The Thick of It"), Steve Evets ("Shameless"), Kenneth Cranham ("Upstairs Downstairs"), Ricky Tomlinson ("The Royle Family"), David Walmsley ("Doctors"), and Harriet Cains (Human Beings) also star in this thought-provoking series about redemption, forgiveness, and the battle against prejudice. The three-part series, created and written by Dominic Mitchell, is directed by Jonny Campbell, with Ann Harrison-Baxter serving as producer and Hilary Martin as executive producer.

Part One premieres Thursday, June 6, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Partially Deceased Syndrome sufferer Kieren Walker returns home to the cauldron of Roarton but doesn't receive a warm welcome. His parents, Steve and Sue, are undoubtedly pleased to see him, but his sister, Jem, isn't so ready to pick up where they left off when Kieren died back in 2009. Meanwhile, the zombie-hating Human Volunteer Force, led by the violent Bill Macy, is ready to take action against any PDS sufferer reintegrated on their patch.

Part Two premieres Friday, June 7, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Feeling trapped at home, Kieren escapes to his grave, where he is reunited with his old hunting partner, Amy Dyer, who persuades him to take a dangerous day trip. Kieren discovers that Rick, his former best mate who died in Afghanistan, is back in town. Amy convinces Kieren to go and see him at The Legion. After an awkward reunion, Kieren finds himself on an HVF hunting mission in the woods, where the night patrol has reported live rabid zombies roaming free.

Part Three premieres Saturday, June 8, 10:00pm ET/PT:
After visiting the supermarket where he used to hunt with Amy, Kieren remembers that Jem once spared his life. Together, brother and sister confront the demons in their pasts and visit Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster (the parents of the girl from Kieren’s flashbacks, who fell victim to Kieren and Amy in the supermarket). Kieren feels momentarily better but then has to say goodbye to Amy, who is leaving Roarton in search of The Prophet. Will Kieren and Rick be able to find peace and acceptance as PDS sufferers in this highly-charged new world?

For more visit "In the Flesh" on BBCAmerica.com, "like" BBC America on Facebook, and follow BBC America on Twitter.

BBC America Moves Up the Premiere Date of In the Flesh to June 6th

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First Teaser Promo for BBC America’s In the Flesh

Posted by The Woman In Black on May 17, 2013

First Teaser Promo for BBC America's In the FleshBBC America has released its first teaser promo for "In the Flesh," which is airing as a special three-night premiere event beginning Thursday, June 6th, at 10:00pm ET/PT. Check it out, and let us know if you're planning to watch. We certainly are!

Synopsis:
"In the Flesh" explores a post-zombie-uprising - from the zombie’s perspective. The series follows 18-year-old Kieren Walker (Luke Newberry; Anna Karenina, Quartet), a Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) sufferer who, now treated with the medication Neurolax, is deemed ready to return to his parents’ home in the small village of Roarton. Since the passing of the PDS Protection Act, the government has set an agenda of acceptance and tolerance, one that is at odds with the communities abandoned at the time of The Rising and the bloody battle between zombies and humans that ensued. A cauldron of brutal anti-zombie sentiment boils in Roarton, the home of the ‘rotter’ hating Human Volunteer Force (HVF). Can Kieren’s neighbors forgive him for what he did in his untreated state? More importantly, can Kieren forgive himself?

"In the Flesh" takes a fresh approach to the zombie genre, using it to tell a story that tackles real family and domestic issues. It’s about feeling ‘other,’ exploring how chaos is born, and the destructive effects it can have on both the individual and the community.

Emily Bevan ("The Thick of It"), Steve Evets ("Shameless"), Kenneth Cranham ("Upstairs Downstairs"), Ricky Tomlinson ("The Royle Family"), David Walmsley ("Doctors"), and Harriet Cains (Human Beings) also star in this thought-provoking series about redemption, forgiveness, and the battle against prejudice. The three-part series, created and written by Dominic Mitchell, is directed by Jonny Campbell, with Ann Harrison-Baxter serving as producer and Hilary Martin as executive producer.

Part One premieres Thursday, June 6, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Partially Deceased Syndrome sufferer Kieren Walker returns home to the cauldron of Roarton but doesn't receive a warm welcome. His parents, Steve and Sue, are undoubtedly pleased to see him, but his sister, Jem, isn't so ready to pick up where they left off when Kieren died back in 2009. Meanwhile, the zombie-hating Human Volunteer Force, led by the violent Bill Macy, is ready to take action against any PDS sufferer reintegrated on their patch.

Part Two premieres Friday, June 7, 10:00pm ET/PT:
Feeling trapped at home, Kieren escapes to his grave, where he is reunited with his old hunting partner, Amy Dyer, who persuades him to take a dangerous day trip. Kieren discovers that Rick, his former best mate who died in Afghanistan, is back in town. Amy convinces Kieren to go and see him at The Legion. After an awkward reunion, Kieren finds himself on an HVF hunting mission in the woods, where the night patrol has reported live rabid zombies roaming free.

Part Three premieres Saturday, June 8, 10:00pm ET/PT:
After visiting the supermarket where he used to hunt with Amy, Kieren remembers that Jem once spared his life. Together, brother and sister confront the demons in their pasts and visit Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster (the parents of the girl from Kieren’s flashbacks, who fell victim to Kieren and Amy in the supermarket). Kieren feels momentarily better but then has to say goodbye to Amy, who is leaving Roarton in search of The Prophet. Will Kieren and Rick be able to find peace and acceptance as PDS sufferers in this highly-charged new world?

For more visit "In the Flesh" on BBCAmerica.com, "like" BBC America on Facebook, and follow BBC America on Twitter.

BBC America Moves Up the Premiere Date of In the Flesh to June 6th

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In the Flesh Writer Dominic Mitchell Addresses Some of the Series’ Unanswered Questions

Posted by The Woman In Black on April 1, 2013

In the Flesh Writer Dominic Mitchell Addresses Some of the Series' Unanswered QuestionsIt sounds like "In the Flesh" will be returning to BBC Three after all; in this featurette posted after the show's finale aired, writer Dominic Mitchell said about some of the unresolved plot lines, "We'll get to it... we'll get to it. I swear."

Does that mean a second season is on its way? We'll keep our eyes and ears open and let you know as soon as we get confirmation. And we'll stay on the lookout for news of when the first season's three episodes might run on BBC America as well.

BBC Three's "In The Flesh" is written by Dominic Mitchell and directed by Jonny Campbell. It stars Luke Newberry as Kieren Walker, David Walmsley as Rick Macy, Emily Bevan as Amy Dyer, and Harriet Caines as Jemima Walker.

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BBC Three's In the Flesh

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