Page 1 of What We Do In the Shadows
season 2 starts soon :)
The New Zealand film, and US TV series was on over Christmas on BBC, we didn't get round to watching it until missus saw JoJo Rabbit at the cinema, so we watched the film and series 1 over the next few days :)
The TV series is slightly different it tone to the film, but they're both a v funny twist on the mockumentary/sitcom formula, and poke a lot of fun at the vampire mythology by using it to great comic effect.
season 1 is still on iplayer
Excellent. Thought it was very funny. Awaiting Matt Berry to return in Toast Of London and Year Of The Rabbit.
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Started again Thursday night on BBC2, they're showing 2 episodes back to back.
Both were v funny, welcome return.
He didn't want to give too much away, but Mark Hamil was very excited to be in an episode coming up as he's a massive fan of the film and show :)
we watched the season 2 finale last night, that was brilliant, so cool :)
in these times in trying to make everyone from every ethnicity and background etc happy, it was nice, that the hero isn't your typical hero (and he's not exactly Antonio Banderos is he, but it wasn't shoe horned in, it's been building up nicely, but at that same time had us laughing, and cheering :)
I think there was a New Zealand spin-off from the original WWDITS film, Wellington Paranormal, featuring the hapless cops who cameo in the film. Have been waiting to see if that turns up on UK TV.
We will pay the price but we will not count the cost..
What We Do In the Shadows spinoff Wellington Paranormal finally arriving in the UK
Almost three years after its debut, What We Do In the Shadows spin-off Wellington Paranormal has finally found its way onto UK television with the news that Sky have bought the Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement mocumentary.
Now on its third season, and arguably funnier than its vampire-centric cousin, Wellington Paranormal will be available on Sky Comedy and Now TV from April 9th.
I really did pick the wrong time to get rid of Sky...