“Being Human” on BBC America
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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.
Following the gripping series three finale in which viewers watched Mitchell fall victim to the wolf-shaped bullet, series four sees the aftermath as the housemates return to their home in Barry Island. There are also some new faces in town…
In an old B&B in a sleepy seaside town, we join Annie, her housemate George, and their new friend. They’re reeling from the loss of their best friend Mitchell, Tom’s father figure McNair, and the tragic departure of George’s girlfriend, Nina. But with a newborn baby to look after, it’s never been more difficult to live life under-the-radar as a ghost and two werewolves.
There are also the vampires to deal with: lurking in every corner of society, waiting for the Old Ones to arrive and take over the world with brutal force. Can they fight them off? And at what cost? One thing becomes clear – the vampires believe that the child of two werewolves is important in their own mythology. Can this little baby really be the saviour of humanity? And what exactly are Cutler’s ‘alternative’ plans for world domination?
Starring Lenora Crichlow as Annie, Russell Tovey as George, Michael Socha as Tom, Damien Molony as Hal, Andrew Gower as Cutler, Alex Jennings as Griffin, Mark Williams as Regus, Louis Mahoney as Leo, Tamla Kari as Pearl, Darren Evans as Dewi, Anthony Flanagan as Fergus, Sean Francis as Lucas, and Mali Harries as Lisa.
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