Exclusive: Being Human's Meaghan Rath on Sally's Loneliness, Second Chances, Finding Love and Much More
Syfy's "Being Human" is one of the best shows on TV right now, and in this exclusive interview we talk with co-star Meaghan Rath to get the supernatural scoop on what lies ahead for the lonely but sexy ghost turned re-animated corpse Sally Malik.
We're still surprised by how much we're enjoying "Being Human" on Syfy, and if you're like us, you'll want to check out this gallery of images from the upcoming Episode 3.04, "I'm So Lonesome I Could Die."
After last night's "Being Human" on Syfy, it looks like Donna isn't such a good witch after all, and quite possibly we've seen the last of Henry. Will next week's Episode 3.04, "I’m So Lonesome I Could Die," provide any further details? Here are a preview and sneak peek for clues.
The "Being Human" fans came through once again by tweeting about and liking posts about the show on Facebook so Syfy has released the first four minutes of Monday night's Episode 3.03, "The Teens They Are a Changin'." Watch it now!
We are really liking the direction of this season of "Being Human" so far and can't wait to see what happens next now that two of the regulars are, in fact, "human" again (or whatever it is that Sally has become).
We conclude our series of Q&A's with the stars and showrunner of Syfy's "Being Human" with Meaghan Rath, who plays the recently reanimated ghost Sally.
Being Human: Sam Huntington and Kristen Hager Talk Being on the Outside, Wolfing Out, Their Roller Coaster Relationship, and More!
With the first two episodes of "Being Human" Season 3 having now aired, we thought the timing was right to post this Q&A with stars Sam Huntington (Josh) and Kristen Hager (Nora).
All caught up with "Being Human" on Syfy? Hopefully so because now it's time for a preview of and a clip from Episode 3.03, "The Teens They Are a Changin'."
If the first four minutes of "Being Human" Episode 3.02, "(Dead) Girls Just Want to Have Fun," weren't enough for you, we have a half dozen stills from the upcoming ep to tide you over until it airs in just a few more hours.
"Being Human" fans came through for us again this week with enough "likes" and retweets for Syfy to release the first four minutes of the upcoming Episode 3.02, "(Dead) Girls Just Want to Have Fun." Check it out!
Being Human: Sam Witwer and Anna Fricke Talk Season 3 Changes, Old and New Guest Stars, Favorite Moments, and More!
"Being Human" showrunner Anna Fricke and star Sam Witer (Aidan) recently chatted with reporters about Season 3 of the Syfy series, and we have the highlights right here!
Being Human: Behind the Scenes Videos and a Sneak Peek of Episode 3.02 - (Dead) Girls Just Want to Have Fun
Vampire Aidan has taken over the "Being Human' Facebook page and unleashed a behind-the-scenes video blowout for Season 3. We also have a clip from Episode 3.02, "(Dead) Girls Just Want to Have Fun."
Need a break from watching football or waiting around to see the Golden Globes? Then check out the first four minutes of the Season 3 premiere of "Being Human" on Syfy. The network's #beinghumannow Twitter campaign paid off with over 20,000 retweets!
In case the clip we ran yesterday from the Season 3 premiere of "Being Human" wasn't enough for you, we have a gallery of images from Episode 3.01, "It's a Shame About Ray," to share along with news of a Twitter campaign Syfy is running relating to the show.
"Being Human" returns to Syfy next Monday, January 14th, with Episode 3.01, "It's a Shame About Ray"; and we have a sneak peek clip from the season premiere to share.