kherrigan:

i cannae fucking move right now so i figured i’d use this time to attempt to draw something? go go go ITF fandom

Kieren Simon….as kids….in a get-along-sweater…after fighting a bit

XD lol

sergio-mi-todo:

C’mon guys, only 156 more! Please sign it, please help us save In The Flesh. Help us here

In the Flesh is a BAFTA award winning BBC supernatural drama series in the same vein as Being Human and The Fades. It depicts life in the fictional English village of Roarton after “The Rising”, with a medication that returns consciousness to the undead having been found before the events of the show. It stars Luke Newberry as Kieren Walker, an 18-year-old bisexual/pansexual PDS (“Partially Deceased Syndrome”) sufferer who returns home to extreme prejudice from the conservative townsfolk and alienation from his sister, who - during The Rising - was part of a militia dedicated to hunting down his kind.

BBC recently revealed that BBC3 will be closed down as a TV channel in 2015 and moved completely online. This, sadly, puts the future of this brilliant show in jeopardy. The fandom for this show is small, but devoted and geared up to show their support in any way possible. But it’s not enough. More people should be watching this show - this beautiful, intelligent, revolutionary show. It has many elements of the pieces of media that often drag the vast majority of this website in and it hasn’t quite achieved that yet… Notice that I say “yet”. 

There has already been a list of links to watch the show on tumblr, but the links are outdated and don’t include BBC iPlayer - which is the best way to watch the show as it contributes ratings. Luckily I have a butt load of time and a desperate need to get other people into this show (like, “break into your house and force you to watch it” desperate):

Series One
Episode One: Stream | Torrent
Episode Two: Stream | Torrent
Episode Three: Stream | Torrent

Series Two

Episode One: BBC iPlayer | Stream | Torrent
Episode Two: BBC iPlayer | Stream | Torrent
Episode Three: BBC iPlayer | Stream | Torrent
Episode Four: BBC iPlayer | Stream | Torrent
Episode Five: BBC iPlayer | Stream | Torrent
Episode Six: BBC iPlayer | Stream | Torrent

Series one isn’t available on BBC iPlayer anymore and episode six of series two airs on Sunday the 8th of June at 10pm UK time. If you live outside the UK and would like to watch the show on BBC iPlayer, you can use extensions such as Hola.

You can also help by using the hashtags #intheflesh and #saveintheflesh over on twitter and following the cast and creatives to show your appreciation - Luke Newberry, Emmett Scanlan, Dominic Mitchell, Emily Bevan, Harriet Cains, Kev Sutton, Marie Critchley, Alice Troughton, Damon Thomas, Dale McCready

Looking for a new show to watch??

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city-of-gay-angels:

[on being asked whether he’s worried about playing two gay characters]
"They’re both white, should I be worried about that too? Like somehow homosexuality makes all gay people identical…like somehow being gay IS the character? Let me tell you, sexuality doesn’t define you. What makes you get out of bed in the morning defines you. That’s character."
— Emmett Scanlan

city-of-gay-angels:

[on being asked whether he’s worried about playing two gay characters]

"They’re both white, should I be worried about that too? Like somehow homosexuality makes all gay people identical…like somehow being gay IS the character? Let me tell you, sexuality doesn’t define you. What makes you get out of bed in the morning defines you. That’s character."

— Emmett Scanlan

hold-a-lover-close:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

This is too deep to comprehend.

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futurist-foresight:

Maybe a little bit off topic, but… Happy birthday Star Trek! Then again how many future-focused amongst us have not been influenced even just a little bit by it?

Happy Birthday!!!

infinitystops:

HOLY FUCK

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sciencenetlinks:

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