Speak Up and Save "In the Flesh"
The fascination about zombies and the zombiecalypse has been around for quite some time, and it has risen to new heights in recent months. TV shows like The Walking Dead has certainly added to the awareness and fan-mania.
Then there are TV shows that are not your run-of-the-mill zombie flicks where you run from walkers, smash their heads in, or shoot them in the head.
There’s In the Flesh, a BBC Three production. If you haven’t seen it yet, then you’re missing out. The show is set in the UK, after the zombiecalypse. The story revolves around the life of Kieran Walker (a former zombie), his experience reintegrating into “normal” society, and his family and friends.
You’ll still a bit of zombie-killing, but In the Flesh delves deeper into human nature, society, mental issues, among many other relatable topics for today’s TV viewer.
The good news is that the TV show has had two seasons, so you can binge watch.
The bad news: the show is up for cancellation.
So, for those who are already fans of In the Flesh, you don’t need to be convinced to participate in the “Save In the Flesh” campaign. For those who haven’t watched it – go binge watch and you’ll soon be joining our ranks. You can buy from the BBC Shop or via iTunes.
How can you help save In the Flesh?
- Follow @saveintheflesh on Twitter.
- Tweet about the campaign. Use the hashtag #SaveInTheFlesh. Tag @BBCThree.
- Sign the petition on Change.org.
Mind you, BBC Three is not unaware of the Save In the Flesh campaign, so keep up the noise!
— BBC Three (@bbcthree) October 21, 2014
Have you seen In the Flesh? Do you think it deserves a third season?