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BEING HUMAN (BBC) Season 4 Announced

Great news,  BEING HUMAN  fans! BBC Three’s award-winning and critically acclaimed drama series  is set to return  for a fourth series next year. Following the gripping series three finale – in which overnight figures show 1.1m viewers watched Mitchell fall victim to the wolf-shaped bullet – series four will see the aftermath as the housematesreturn to their home in Barry Island. The series will also introduce some new faces following the success of recent guest artists Lacey Turner, Robson Green and Michael Socha. Read More...

Aidan Turner may abandon Being Human for The Hobbit

Aidan Turner has been playing the broody (and moody) vampire John Mitchell for three seasons of the BBC's  Being Human . But  his being cast in Peter Jackson's   The Hobbit —as well as dark events culminating in the third season of the show—may hint at a very sinister fate for the character. Will John Mitchell bite the proverbial dust? And will his role on  The Hobbit  be to blame? Last season, Mitchell did something rather unforgiving. Do you remember a little thing called the Box Tunnel 20 where Mitchell and fellow crazy vamp Daisy killed 20 people in a train boxcar? Well, it came back to haunt our favorite vamp big-time. Read More...

BEING HUMAN (BBC) Season 3 Trailer and Poster

Check out the trailer and poster for Season 3 of BBC’s BEING HUMAN , which unfortunately doesn’t have a premiere date yet, but is coming soon!  Being Human Synopsis: Being Human is a comedy-drama series about three twenty-something housemates trying to live normal lives, despite struggling with unusual afflictions – one is a werewolf, one is a vampire and the other is a ghost. They face a human threat in the form of the mysterious Professor Jaggat and the cold-hearted Kemp. Jaggat and Kemp are fundamentalist Christians who have discovered the existence of vampires, werewolves and ghosts – and are determined to destroy them or carry out brutal experiments upon them. They believe that vampires are the Devil incarnate and must be destroyed; that werewolves contain an evil gene that can be removed by violent scientific experiments; and that ghosts must be forced over to the other side whether they like it or not. Watch the trailer and behind the scenes for the trailer for Being Human Series 3 below. Read More....

BBC 3's Trailer of It's Not Easy 'Being Human'

Syfy's take on "Being Human" will soon be premiered and so will BBC's. The official trailer of the original version's third series has been released, showing the supernatural beings tempted by their natural instincts. Aidan Turner plays Mitchell, the vampire who gets distracted by a woman's neck in an empty bus. Sinead Keenan and Russell Tovey are the werewolves who switch their attention to the raw meat that the butcher puts on counter while they are shopping. Leonora Crichlow plays Annie the ghost who drops books from their shelves in what looks like a library. They could have been caught but their better sense allow them to live among humans once again. To Read More Click here.

Creator/Executive Producer Toby Whithouse Interview BEING HUMAN

Being Human is a witty and dramatic look into the lives of three twenty-somethings and their secret double-lives, as a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost. They struggle to live normal lives that blend in with the human population, despite their strange and dark secrets. After the death of vampire leader Herrick at the end of Season 1, the supernatural friends hoped that they could get on with their lives, but quickly learned that an even greater danger was lurking within the very human world of which they so desperately want to be a part. Religious zealots Professor Jaggat and her cold-hearted colleague Kemp have discovered the existence of vampires, werewolves and ghosts, and are determined to carry out brutal experiments and destroy them, with consequences that will be devastating to everyone. To Read More Click Here .

Aidan Turner, Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow and Sinead Keenan Interview BEING HUMAN

On the surface, a television series about a vampire (Aidan Turner), a werewolf (Russell Tovey) and a ghost (Lenora Crichlow) who all share a flat together sounds like something that would be more campy than anything. But, in its two seasons, the BBC drama Being Human a witty and extraordinary look into the lives of three twenty-somethings and their secret double lives has become a fan favorite and a cult sensation. To Read More Click Here .

Scoop on Being Human's Second Season

A beguiling British mash-up of Friends and The Vampire Diaries, the charming Being Human (Saturday, 10/9c, BBC America) returns for its second season with the increasingly darker and more harrowing adventures of a trio of roomies who just want to fit in despite being a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost. The action kicks off as the vampire coven seeks revenge for its leader's death and targets renegade fangster Mitchell (Aidan Turner) and wolfman George (Russell Tovey). More danger lurks as a religious zealot and a mysterious professor set out to cure werewolves - and kill vampires. On the home front, Nina (Sinead Keenan) is furious at boyfriend George for infecting her with the werewolf "curse," and Mitchell is attracted to human doctor Lucy (Lyndsey Marshal). To Read More Click here .

'Smallville' baddie joins Syfy's 'Being Human' remake

UPDATED: Multiple sources confirm to me exclusively that ex-Smallville‘s evildoer Sam Witwer (a.k.a. Doomsday) is the odds-on favorite has officially signed on to play vampire Aidan in Syfy’s in-the-works U.S. remake of the U.K. supernatural dramedy Being Human. Additionally, Meaghan Rath (The Assistants) has inked a deal to play ghost Molly, and Sam Huntington (Cavemen) is up for the role of werewolf Josh. Beautiful People‘s Ricky Mabe and Smallville‘s Aaron Ashmore had also tested for the werewolf part, but I’m told they’re no longer in the running. Being Human revolves around three twentysomething roommates - named Mitchell, George, and Annie in the British version - who attempt to blend in despite, you know, being a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost. It’s Three’s Company meets True Blood, and it’s a big bloody hit across the pond! Source here

Being Human 'Series 2, Episode 7' Review

Finally! After two weeks of furious water-treading, Annie, George and Mitchell are back on track with possibly the darkest episode of Being Human yet. Actually, back on track mightn't be the best choice of words as the gang's gone so far off the rails it's hard to see how next week's season finale is likely to wrap things up in anything like a tidy fashion. After weeks of nefarious scheming, Kemp and Jaggat's plans to ensnare our trio and rid the world of evil are close to fruition. Blame Nina's (much-welcome, as far as we're concerned) return into the supernatural fold, with a proposition to rid George of his condition once and for all. Apparently she's forgotten that her own rehabilitation back into the real world nearly ended with her insides blowing out through her ear holes. To Read More Click Here If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

BEING HUMAN Season 2 Episode 3

Check out a new preview as well as some new photos for season 2 episode 3 of BEING HUMAN, which airs on Sunday January 24, at 10pm on BBC Three. That's right it's once again time to check out some new preview clips and photos for the third episode of Being Human. Is George getting a new girlfriend? I really need to catch up on the last two episodes. Being Human stars Russell Tovey as George, Lenora Crichlow as Annie, Aidan Turner as Mitchell and Sinead Keenan as Nina. With Lyndsey Marshal as Lucy, Alex Lanipekun as Saul, Nathan Wright as Hugh, Donald Sumpter as Kemp, Paul Rhys as Ivan and Steve John Shepherd as Carl. Watch the two preview clips and check out more photos for episode 3 below. Source & Preview