I know some will chime in with "How dare they claim this as their own!"
How dare they? That's really like asking"how dare a company that is owned by the BBC market the show as their own in America?!"
via press release:
BBC AMERICA’S ORIGINAL HIT SERIES, , RETURNS TO SATURDAY WITH FRESH AND THRILLING FOURTH SEASON
A vampire, werewolf and ghost do their best to live normal human lives while fighting off evil and raising a baby
BBC AMERICA’s original hit series,, returns February 25, as part of BBC AMERICA’s Saturday. In its fourth chapter, the show is reinvigorated with new cast members, shocking plot-twists, guest appearances and an altogether new type of creature. In sharing his excitement about the new season, creator and writer Toby Whithouse (Doctor Who, Torchwood) promises: “We take you to somewhere we’ve never been to before.” premieres Saturday, February 25, 9:00pm ET/PT on Saturday.
BBC AMERICA delivers US audiences high-quality, innovative and intelligent programming. Established in 1998, it has been the launch pad for talent embraced by American mainstream pop culture, including Ricky Gervais, Gordon Ramsay, Graham Norton, and successful programming formats including ground-breaking non-scripted television like www.bbcamerica.com is the place to go to dig deeper into pop culture with a British twist. Find out more by visiting www.press.bbcamerica.com or follow us on www.twitter.com/bbcamerica.and top-rated science-fiction like Doctor Who. Owned by BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, BBC AMERICA has attracted both critical acclaim and major awards including an Emmy, five and ten Peabody Awards. The channel attracts one of cable’s most affluent and educated audiences and is available on digital cable and satellite TV in more than 73 million homes. It broadcasts in both standard and high-definition, with content available On Demand across all major digital platforms. Online,