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BEING HUMAN Season 2 Episode 2 Photos & Preview Season

Check out a new preview as well as some new photos for season 2 episode 2 of BEING HUMAN, which airs on Sunday January 17, at 10pm on BBC Three. So Being Human is back for its second season, and it's time to check out episode 2. I haven't seen episode 1 yet, but it looks like it was off to a great start with it being watched by just short of 1.5m people. Also it seems that my suspicion of Nina being part of the gang might have been right. You can read the synopsis for episode 2 further below, but be mindful that it does contain spoilers for the episode. But in the meantime, watch a preview and check out more photos for episode 2 below. Source & Preview

BEING HUMAN Series 2 Episode 1 New Photos & Preview

Check out a new preview as well as some new photos from series 2 episode 1 of BEING HUMAN, which premieres on January 10, 2010 on BBC Three. It seems that Nina is now part of the gang, which is kind of exciting. As I mentioned before, Being Human is such a great show and I personally can't wait to see what happens in season 2, especially after the way season 1 ended. But while the new season premieres in a few days in England, US viewers will have to wait longer to see it since there has been no air date set yet. Being Human stars Russell Tovey as George, Lenora Crichlow as Annie, and Aidan Turner as Mitchell. Source & Preview

BEING HUMAN Season 2 Photos

More goodies coming your way, check out photos from season 2 of BEING HUMAN, which premieres on January 10, 2010 on BBC Three. We see that Nina is still around and I wonder if this season might focus on George teaching her the rules of being a werewolf, because that would actually be pretty cool. And of course the trio still lives together and I'm guessing they're going to have to deal with quite a few things this new season. I really hope BBC America picks it up and airs it soon. Being Human stars Russell Tovey as George, Lenora Crichlow as Annie, and Aidan Turner as Mitchell. Source Here

BEING HUMAN Season 2 Teaser Preview

A teaser preview for Season 2 of BEING HUMAN has hit the web and even though it doesn't show much, it's just exciting to see the trio back together again. Season 2 will premiere on January 10, 2010 on BBC Three. No date has been set yet for the US airing, but fingers crossed that it will be soon. Source & Preview

'Being Human' turning American for Syfy - Featured

Syfy is joining the werewolf and vampire TV bandwagon. The cable network has ordered 13 episodes of the BBC show -- remade for American audiences -- about a vampire, werewolf and ghost who are roommates, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Yes, it sounds kind of goofy, but the British version has handled it as a drama, examining the angst of living as a supernatural being. "It turned out great as we can now do an American version," Syfy president Dave Howe says. "We've always been keen on vampires and werewolves, and we loved the originality of 'Being Human,' the fact that the fantastical creatures in it are very young, accessible and charming." Will you watch? Any fans out there for the BBC version? Source

'Being Human': Vampire vs. Werewolf

Forget your Team Edward vs. Team Jacob, we all know why vampires and werewolves are cool, respectively. Moody romantics. Animal Magnetism. Blah. Blah. Blah. But what makes one supernatural entity more tragic -- more deserving of our pity -- than the other? We asked " Being Human " flatmates Aidan Turner (the vampire) and Russell Tovey (the werewolf) to give us their tales of woe. For Turner it all comes down to the curse of immortality. From Tovey's point-of-view, vampires are dead no matter how you slice it while werewolves have to die over and over again each month. Source & Video

Its back!

BBC3 has had promos running all week for the return of Being Human. According to their website it returns on Sunday 25th of January at 21:00. By the looks of the promo clip the cast has changed somewhat. There are new actors playing Mitchell and Annie. Here is a cast list incase anyone wants to check out who is in and who is out. Annie Lenora Crichlow Mitchell Aidan Turner George Russell Tovey Lauren Annabel Scholey Herrick Jason Watkins Owen Gregg Chillin Seth Dylan Brown Becca Jessica Harris Tully Dean Lennox Kelly Janey Sama Goldie Producer Matthew Bouch Author Toby Whithouse