'Bedlam's' Theo James and David Allison find the right fit in America, look ahead to Season 2


Gentle Readers, we're really quite sorry you have to wait until Oct. 8 for the BBC America premiere of "Bedlam," a supernatural serial set in a luxury condo development housed in a pre-Victorian asylum, because it's scary good. And though the stateside launch is still more than two months away, the welcome wagon kicked off at Comic-Con where creator David Allison and star Theo James screened episode 1. Zap2it sat down with Allison and James to talk about what viewers will get in this first batch of episodes, finding new fans in San Diego and what we can expect down the line. "It's everything you imagine it to be," Allison says of their first trip to Comic-Con. "The show should be here. It's just perfect. We're a genre show, and it feels like home."The series, which balances a mystery-of-the-week with a deeper arc about the building's ancestral owners, primarily focuses on Jed (James). A...



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