Being Human (UK) “The War Child” Review

Well, that just happened. With the conclusion of ‘The War Child’, Being Human‘s original cast is well and truly gone. We lost Mitchell in the series 3 finale, George in the series 4 opener, and now – finally – Annie has walked through her door to the afterlife, never to return. But this isn’t the end of Being Human — series 5 was just announced.

Before we think about the future, let’s look back at ‘The War Child’. Last week we saw what the futurelooks like in a world where Eve lives. This week we saw Annie and the guys struggling to deal with the thought of killing Eve, whether by their own hand or by inaction. Annie thought it would be better for her to die and save the world (although that was reversed once her motherly instincts kicked in), while Tom and Hal wanted to kill the Old Ones, which would allow Eve to live. Meanwhile, Hal’s attempt to help Alex complete her unfinished business was thwarted by the mysterious Mr Rook and his men, who not only took Alex’s body, but erased all evidence of Tom’s change in the nightclub. Read More...

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