Friday, January 20, 2012

Fridays with Fred: Being Human

Okay, so Being Human (US version) Season 2 started this past Monday. This SyFi series began initially over at BBC and a friend of mine used to rave about it. Its uber popular over there from what I understand. Here's a link BBC Three - Being Human. Check it out.

I was inspired to do a Fridays with Fred post about this show after reading a recent post by Michael Offutt. It's a nice overview of the show. Check it out. On that note, I watched the show more than a few times in Season 1.  And I really enjoyed it for one reason. The werewolf, Josh. He's quirky, admirable and when in full-moon mode...deadly.
This is one of my favorite pictures of Josh in wolf form.

And here's Fred. 
Not even close to the original (I know), 
but we're still showing our support. 
Being Human is on SyFy - Monday 9/8c. Watch and enjoy.

Check out more pix of Fred, here.  Oh, and remember to stop by and visit Schatze over at Mary’s BookHounds too.

Have a great weekend.

Mina B.


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I confess I've never watched the show. Too many good ones on already.

carla said...

We know that Fred is the original of everything.
Happy Friday Fred and Mina! Snow here, and cold, we got spoiled with our nice weather before now.
Have not watched that show, is it on one of the regular networks?

Jackie said...

I miss television sometimes, especially this show and Vampire Diaries. Also miss my design shows for the home on HGTV and Food Network
cooking shows.

Maybe someday we will once again have a second satellite receiver but right now it works best for us to have only the one for my Mom to watch TV in her room.

Fred you are cuter than Josh, wolf or human form! :-)

Mina Burrows said...

@Alex: I don't watch a ton of TV, so Being Human is nice to break my routine.

@Carla: Hi, sweetie! Oh, it sounds to cold for me. I hope you and the doggies are staying warm. Doggies are pretty darn good foot warmers!

@Jackie: I hope all is well with you. I'm happy you stopped by. And you're one of Fred's favorites! :)