I never did warm up to the USA version of "Being Human". I liked the UK version but started to lose interest as they started to lose original cast members.
That can be a tough pill to swallow sometimes. So I have to wonder how a show like The Walking Dead Would deal with such things as they should lose key members over time while gaining new ones. I liked this in the books but it might not go over well in a TV series.
I don't like it when they do it in books either. Some times I feel betrayed by the author. After all, I have grown to like, form an emotional bond with a character. Then at a stroke of the pen, the author erases that character from existence. Sometimes it works, but is hard to get over. For example the cast from the Original Dragon Lance series. It sucked when the dwarf died, and then the kender [the dwarf's friend] also died later in the books. I could never move past the original cast's deaths, so I stopped following the books. -- Is a person a failure for doing nothing? Or is he a failure for trying, and not succeeding at what he is attempting to do? What did you fail at today?.
I liked it, and I think the new "acting" ash will add an interesting twist to the mix. plus the fact it seems no one knows Bo is evil or "bad" -- Is a person a failure for doing nothing? Or is he a failure for trying, and not succeeding at what he is attempting to do? What did you fail at today?.