The first look at the new cast photo for Syfy's "Being Human" Season 3 has arrived via the show's Facebook page. What in the world have Aidan, Josh, and Sally have been through to end up looking like this? Look for the series to return on Monday, January 14, 2013.
It's hard to believe just how good the U.S. version of the BBC show "Being Human" has gotten. In fact, it's eclipsed its cousin from across the pond, especially lately as most of the stars of the original series have moved on. If you are a fan, read on to find out when the series will return!
As we suspected would happen when we posted our "Being Human" panel and roundtable highlights from San Diego Comic-Con, Syfy has released the "sizzle reel" shown during the event that recaps Season 2 and provides a few teases of Season 3.
Hands down the funniest group we spoke with during Comic-Con was the cast of Syfy's "Being Human". We also caught their panel and learned a bit more than during the all too brief roundtable interviews. Their banter was so entertaining we totally didn't care if we got scoops or not!
Another guest star has been lined up for Season 3 of Syfy's "Being Human", and he's quite a familiar face to fans of the Final Destination franchise.
More casting news has come in for the surprisingly badass American rendition of the now floundering BBC series "Being Human," and we're pretty damned stoked for the next season. Read on for the latest news concerning the vamp, the wolf, and the ghost, oh my!
Syfy’s hit series "Being Human", starring Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, and Sam Huntington, began production on its third season June 11th in Montreal, and the network has provided a brief tease of what we can expect when the show returns in 2013 with 13 episodes.
The war between vamps and lycans heats up next week on Syfy's "Being Human", and to help you choose sides, we have a preview and a clip from Episode 2.07, "The Ties that Blind".
We never expected to enjoy "Being Human" on Syfy as much as we do, and with the tease of Mark Pellegrino's return next week in "Mama Said There'd Be Decades Like This", we're even more psyched for the episode. Check out the preview and a sneak peek clip to see if you concur!
Syfy is ordering a third season (13 episodes) of its hit series "Being Human", it was announced today by Mark Stern, President of Original Content, Syfy and Co-Head of Original Content, Universal Cable Productions. The announcement comes just four episodes into the 13-episode second season, which premiered on Monday, January 16.
Syfy wasn't kidding when they said this season of "Being Human" is all about temptation! Last night's episode took a really dark turn down that path, and from what's shown in this preview and clip from Episode 2.05, "Addicted to Love", it doesn't look like things will be changing soon.
A Preview and a Sneak Peek Clip from Being Human (US) Episode 2.04 - (I Loathe You) For Sentimental Reasons
While we await the debut of the fourth season of the UK's "Being Human" next month, Season 2 of Syfy's take on the series is chugging along nicely, and in anticipation of Episode 2.04, "(I Loathe You) For Sentimental Reasons", which airs February 6th, we have a preview and a sneak peek.
It may not be the most popular view in town, but we are really enjoying the second season of Syfy's "Being Human" as so far it's bringing the perfect mix of horror and dark comedy to the small screen. Today we have a preview and sneak peek clip from the upcoming Episode 2.03, "All Out of Blood", to share.
Last night's return of "Being Human" on Syfy answered the one big question we had coming in to Season 2: Was Nora turned by Josh? If you haven't watched yet, you might want to avoid this preview and sneak peek of next week's Episode 2.02, "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?"
Season 2 of Syfy's "Being Human" premieres on Monday, January 16th, and as a follow-up to the two-part interview we posted earlier this week with showrunners Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver (Part 1 here and Part 2 here), the network brought out the big guns - stars Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, and Meaghan Rath - for a teleconference touching upon what fans have to look forward to from the trio.