Strange (TV Mini-Series 2002)

TV Mini-Series   |    |  Horror, Mystery, Thriller


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John Strange is an ex-priest who had dedicated his life to hunting down demons and the darker side of the church, a task which some of his former bosses stand in the way of.


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Andrew Marshall (creator)

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20 March 2006 | Kesker
What a Shame
What a shame the BBC cancelled this. I adore all things sci-fi /fantasy (hence my love of Buffy, X-Files, Dark Angel and most recently Supernatural) and this had a good sense of humour about it.

Sometimes it got a bit ludicrous, but had such potential that the BBC were too short sighted to exploit. Richard Coyle was perfectly suited as were the rest of the cast.

I guess its just another of the shows that the BBC are too afraid of hence all the detective dramas and soaps four times a week. Anything they think won't do well enough gets cancelled.

I just hope they don't do the same thing with Sea of Souls.

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