[TV] Trailer and Surviving the Undead Promos For BBC’s “In the Flesh”

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We’ve now landed a pair of promos and the trailer for BBC Three’s “In the Flesh,” which airs in the UK on March 17th at 10pm.

The series is set four years after the Rising when the government starts to rehabilitate the Undead back into the society including teenager Kieren Walker, who returns home to his small Lancashire village to face a hostile reception as well as his own demons.

The 3-part promo package will help you survive the recent rising of the undead.

 
  • BabyJaneHudson

    I feel like the info clips don’t really fit the mood of the trailer. Is this meant to be cute and funny or serious/scary? Its a cool idea.

  • djblack1313

    FUCK YES!!! this looks fantastic!

  • amberchanelg

    This reminds me of the Image Comic series “Revival”! Looks pretty good!

  • Evil_Flip

    wow, enough with the zombie stuff already. I never thought overkill would get a different meaning in relation to zombies.

  • flesheater24

    Question? why is everyone covering this if we don’t even get it in the states ? am I missing something ? I want to see black mirror also but we don’t have that here either. We get the shit shows here in america expect sparatcus, walking dead, game of thrones, new girl, and american horror. Those are all solid.

  • Aaron Emery

    I never used to feel this way but… I FUCKING HATE ZOMBIES! It is sooo played out at this point it’s become a joke. Zombie films/shows were never that interesting (to me) anyway. Romero’s original trilogy worked so well because at the time it was fresh and it contained a very intelligent social commentary that gave the films dual-meanings. The only other Zombie movie I like (NOT counting ’28 Days (weeks) Later’ as their not quite zombies) was ‘Shaun of the Dead’ and that’s only because it played on the stupid sub-genre!
    I think I’m becoming the negative commenter that I despise. Ut-oh.

  • Milk

    British? Zombie? Yeah.. I’m interested. DeadSet was great I thought and this looks like a refreshing spin on zombies… although it somewhat reminds me of warm bodies. I never saw the movie though just read the book. UK tv is so much more boss than most of the crap america has.

    • BabyJaneHudson

      @Milk – I totally agree. I thought DeadSet was very good – good gore, good characters and a refreshingly non-Hollywood ending. If this has a similar feel I’d be all for it.