Being Human

BBC renews ‘Being Human’ for a fifth season

by Aubry D’Arminio, Source: EW.com The BBC and BBC America are conjuring up another season of Being Human for 2013. The show — which hinges on a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost living together — lost two of its original leads following season 3, leaving only ghost Lenora Crichlow.

1st official Being Human S4 promo pics reveal the show’s new vamp

By Nathalie Caron, Source: Blastr.com; The BBC has released the first official promo pics from the upcoming fourth season of the hit sci-fi/supernatural series Being Human, slated to return later this month in the U.K. In addition to letting us see some familiar faces, we also get the first look

BREAKING NEWS: Russell Tovey leaves Being Human!

By Nathalie Caron, Source: Blastr.com Actor Russell Tovey, who plays lovable werewolf George on BBC 3’s hit series Being Human, has just announced he’s leaving the popular British sci-fi series. After four seasons of werewolf transformations and running around naked on Being Human, Russell Tovey has announced on Twitter—and through

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.

Before tonight’s premiere, go behind the scenes of Being Human

Syfy takes a bold leap tonight by reimagining a British series that not only is still on the air, but one vastly beloved by fans. However, Syfy’s Being Human isn’t just a repeat of the original series, according to two of the stars, Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington, and creators

Can the new Being Human tell MORE story than the British one?

The American remake of BBC’s Being Human may be good news for fans. Each season of the British show consisted of six episodes. Syfy is doing 13 episodes for the first season of its remake. Executive producer Jeremy Carver told the Television Critics Association today that he can give more

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