You’ve probably noticed that In The Flesh is getting a lot of attention on social media at the moment. Probably more attention than it got during its series 2 run.
There’s a reason for that: our fan survey results suggest most of the fandom has come to the show after the series 2 finale was broadcast.
Our survey also revealed that only 12% of the people who responded heard about In The Flesh from official BBC marketing.
The show’s popularity is mostly through word of mouth. Because this show is incredible and people talk about it. So more people watch it, and more and more people demand series 3.
Imagine what this show could become if this fan support was backed up with a real push from the BBC’s promotional team.
I really need to talk about how much I love this show. I’ve only been a fan for about two weeks, but it easily rivals Sherlock for being my favorite show (sorry Sherlock). I went into it thinking it would be a typical zombie show and that it would just be a British version of the Walking Dead. I’m so glad I was wong.
First off, it has zombies, but it’s really not a ‘zombie show’ at all. It takes place four years after the zombie uprising, and scientists have developed a cure to return them to ‘normal’. As long as they take their medication once a day they won’t go back to being rabid. So the zombies are being rehabilitated back into society, but as you can imagine not everyone is happy with that. Practically everyone fears them, especially in the small town where the story takes place, and some just want to have them killed.
The story mainly deals with discrimination and prejudice, but there are a lot of other issues tackled such as depression, suicide, anxiety, drug use, and PTSD. All of the issues are handled wonderfully. They aren’t pounded into your head every ten seconds, but they’re certianly not glossed over.
Also some other reasons to watch In the Flesh:
- The main character, Kieren, is bi/pan, and his character doesn’t revolve around his sexuality. Same with Simon.
- No queerbaiting. Rejoice!
- Amazingly written female characters. This show smashes the bechdel test into pieces.
- Really great character devolopment
In short, watch In the Flesh. Here is a link to watch all the episodes.
(ike i said, i’ve been a fan of this how for only two weeks. sorry if i may have gotten some facts or details wrong.)
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When you realize that a mustache can make a men look gross.
And what about before? What was he like?
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Simon Monroe/Kieren Walker moments: I drew a portrait of you.
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