The US version of "Being Human" had its Season Two finale this past Monday, and the UK version will be airing its Season Four finale this coming Saturday, April 14th. We have a preview for you of the latter, which proves there's nothing like a vampire takeover to bond new roommates forever!
As we're sure you're aware, BBC America's "Being Human" returns Saturday night, February 25th, at 9:00 pm ET/PT as part of the network's Supernatural Saturday. In honor of the occasion they want to hear your "Roommate From Hell" stories. Read on to learn how you can participate.
Yes, we're fans of the US version of "Being Human" on Syfy, but that doesn't mean we're not uber excited for the UK version's return to BBC America this coming Saturday night, February 25th. If you're the same, then be sure to watch this recap before the new season begins.
We're just a few weeks away from the US premiere of Series 4 of "Being Human" on BBC America (while the UK gets it on February 5th, we have to a wait a bit longer until the 25th), and in honor of the occasion we have a gallery of new photos offering a sneak peek of what's ahead.
After being teased for weeks that Series 4 of BBC Three's "Being Human" is "coming soon", we finally have the show's premiere date... both in the UK on BBC3 and in the US on BBC America!
It only says "coming soon" with no firm premiere date mentioned, but finally a launch trailer has arrived from BBC Three for the fourth series of the network's fan favorite "Being Human". We also have an expanded synopsis of the season to share.
More details are emerging with regard to the changes being made in Series 4 of BBC3's "Being Human", and along with a new cast photo, we have character profiles, comments from the three leads, and a breakdown of the writers for the eight upcoming episodes. In addition Sinead Keenan (Nina)'s departure has finally been confirmed.
With its January 16th second season premiere date looming, we've been focusing on Syfy's version of "Being Human", but the original UK show on which it's based is about to debut its fourth series on BBC3 later this month, and creator Toby Whithouse has fired up his blog to pass on a few tidbits of what we can expect. In addition, we've come across the titles of all eight Series 4 episodes, which we're happy to share.