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Old January 24 2013, 11:55 AM   #1
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Being Human US to air on Watch

In a deal that seems them pick up other imports too UKTV have bought the rights to Being Human US.

UKTV has acquired 100 hours of programming from Zodiak Rights for its channels, including the US version of Being Human for Watch.
Supernatural drama Being Human originally aired on BBC3 in the UK before Muse Entertainment made a US version for the Syfy channel and Space in Canada which is now into a third season. The 13x60’ first run will premiere in the UK on Watch this spring.
It’s part of a wider package deal between UKTV and Zodiak Rights that also includes Relocation, Relocation Australia for Home, and season four of medical reality series Bizarre ER for Really. Emergency Bikers, following biker paramedics in the West Midlands, has also been acquired for Watch.
Shame they're not putting it on Dave or Really, I would have liked to see it.
One more anal-probing gyro-pyro levitating ecoplasm alien anti-matter story and I'm going to take out my gun and shoot somebody.
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