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Bedlam

2 Seasons

Season 2
3.3 out of 5 stars (18) IMDb 6.7/10

The horror and drama return as the restless spirits of Bedlam Heights wreak their terrible revenge on unsuspecting new inhabitants. As the residents continue to be terrorized by the asylum's dark past, they realize that whatever is waiting for them in the depths of Bedlam Heights is worse than anything they could ever have imagined.

Starring:
Hugo Speer, Charlotte Salt

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Season 2

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1. The Long Drop

A young woman who can see ghosts is drawn to Bedlam Heights in search of Jed.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: October 6, 2012
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2. Pool of Tears

Ellie and Max battle to save a young woman from a watery grave while Dan gets closer to the mystery blogger.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: October 13, 2012
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3. Unfaithful

A wedding forces Ellie to reflect on her own failed engagement and she finds comfort in an unexpected place.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 20, 2012
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4. Jude

Ellie reveals a secret that shocks Max as they help to save a little boy who is possessed. Meanwhile Dan floors Warren with his own revelation.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: October 27, 2012
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5. Dare

A black mass angers a chaplain from the past, and Ellie learns something huge about Eve.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: November 3, 2012
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6. Reunion

Max is haunted by his father, Warren reaches rock bottom, and Ellie finally comes face to face with the truth about her past.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: November 10, 2012
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Product Details

Genres Horror
Director Fraser McDonald, Amy Neil
Starring Hugo Speer, Charlotte Salt
Supporting actors Lacey Turner, Theo James, Jack Roth, Will Young, Ashley Madekwe, Nikesh Patel, Tam Dean Burn, Gemma Chan, Sydney Wade, Sean Maguire
Season year 2012
Network BBC America
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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What happened? Pretty good first season, the second season is a complete nosedive into Annoyingville. In the second season, there are all new flat mates and none of them are interesting or particularly like-able. The revenants and plot lines are pedestrian, nothing very spooky.
The first season featured fantastic production values. You really believed that the characters were living in a gentrified upscale apartment residence. Unfortunately, the expensive remodel was constantly undermined by the haunted asylum it was built on.
In season two, the production values were pretty unremarkable, which was pretty much inline with the rest of the show. Watch the first season but I'd skip season two. It is not very good.
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Not sure about the new approach to shows by the Brits. Tried and true is always best where they are concerned. For those thinking it may be something like Being Human, it misses the mark by a mile. The first series is awful and would never have bothered to keep watching had I not already purchased both series. Happily, the second series is better, with tighter and more cohesive stories. They got rid of the leads from the first and it generally works better all round, but is overall a huge disappointment.
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I love the first season of Bedlam and was excited to know that there was a second season even though the cast was different. I don't think the characters in the second season where as strong and they kind of struggled to to fit everyone together with the main story. We also don't really get a well developed conclusion to the items left open in the last episode of season one which was a bit disappointing.
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Season 2 is not as good as Season 1. It has the same concept but different characters and approach. The charisma from the first season is just not there. The ending, however, is incredibly creepy. It could have been done a lot better. But the cliffhanger ending made the season worth watching.
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**WARNING SPOILERS***
This show Super SUCKED. The continuation of the first season is a shoddy replacement?? It comes complete with unattractive actors and characters you could care even less about. The only one left is her creepy dad and he's not enough to carry the show over. Kate actually but barely makes it into this first episode before they kill her off somehow --I honestly lost interest when I realized from the first episode that they were not going to give the first season any resolution. I should have stopped at episode three but I kept on punishing myself. You never find out what happened to any of the characters in the previous season and that is what got me the most. I tuned in hoping to get closure from the cliffhanger in season one and was shocked to find they seemed to change the direction entirely and not for the better either. There are quite a few things I did not get. First, Kate returns to Bedlam and the apartment and calls out for Jed (or so I thought) at the beginning of the episode however they later allude to him being dead? What's up with that? So did the actors or writers move onto better things and they couldn't get them back or did they just decide to re-tune the whole show? I've seen many BBC shows before and I'm not a stranger to the concept of changing the cast after a season however the whole show just seemed off by not offering any type of resolution to the previous season's cliffhangers.At least Dr Who gives you that. It didn't have to be neat and tidy but it did need to make sense for your viewers to keep watching. Instead they give you some chick with a humongous head and bug eyes and a pair of dorks living in their flat.
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Season one was a little bit of a soap opera, trying to keep track of who was sleeping with whom. This season is much better, more like a proper ghost story. This was definitely an enjoyable use of a few hours.
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The almost complete cast change was a bit disconcerting, and it seems like the direction is a bit darker. It is still a pretty good show though. I'm pretty much an Anglophile and enjoy a lot of British programming. It appears that more of the cast will stay for a second season which is good. Also, although there is a bit of bed hopping in the season, it isn't like last season where you wondered if the characters had rabbit genes. :-P
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I am so disappointed. I watched season 1 with The James and loved it. I then ordered season 2. I opened the first episode and to my surprise all the characters are different. I will not watch this.
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