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Latest Being Human Season 4 Teaser Shows Some Skin

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Being Human Season 4Another new promo for Season 4 of Syfy’s “Being Human” has arrived, and this one shows some skin… a lot of skin in fact! Four roommates; so many parts. Check out all the times our hotties have shown off their skin.

Be sure to tune in to the “Being Human” season premiere, Episode 4.01, “Old Dog, New Tricks,” on Monday, January 13, 2014, at 9/8c. Need to catch up? A “Being Human” Season 3 marathon will run on Syfy Monday, December 30th, from 8AM-3AM. In addition, Seasons 1 through 3 are also available On Demand and on Syfy.com.

“Being Human” Season 4 Overview:
Season 4 picks up three months after last season’s finale with the roommates coping with Josh (Sam Huntington), who is permanently a wolf, although the full moon has a very different effect on him now, which drives Nora (Kristen Hager) to extremes in order to get her husband back.

Visitors from Aidan’s (Sam Witwer) haunted past, including an elusive character bearing an uncanny likeness to his long lost wife, Suzanna (Katharine Isabelle), as well as his maker, Bishop (Mark Pellegrino), collide with the present; and Aidan is forced to make impossible decisions affecting those closest to him.

Sally (Meaghan Rath) finds herself trapped alone with the witch, Donna (Amy Aquino), but her newfound magical powers may be more than either of them bargained for.

Unbeknownst to all of them, a new and dark adversary threatens to destroy their family unit, rocking the very foundations of the life they’ve built together.

Related Story: “Being Human” Season 4: New Posters, More Returning Guest Stars, and a Look at the Roommate Survival Kit

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  • aliensharkboy

    I’m real big lover of the original UK series, and I can’t muster up the courage to even try this out. Seems like such a pointless idea to remake a cult Brit series. Plus, I haven’t heard any word on this being better than the standard vampire soap opera (which there seems to be far too many of nowadays).

    • Debi Moore

      You should give it a shot. After the first season it took off in its own direction and really differs from the UK version, which I loved also until that wretched Series 4 (Series 5, on the other hand, was awesome). They’re different enough that it feels like two totally separate universes. And it’s not just about the vamps – the ghost and wolf characters have plenty to do. Plus there are some great guest stars like Mark Pellegrino and Katharine Isabelle.

      • aliensharkboy

        Really? I half liked season 4. My biggest complaint was the (heart-breaking) first episode, which felt as if a whole season’s worth of story had just been skipped on. Other than that, Annie kept it alive for me. I even preferred it to season 5 – which, I’ll admit, concluded quite nicely.

        But back on track; I just saw promos for this US version and it just seemed like a glorified, way too sexy, cheese fest with no soul. Not to mention the atrocious looking CGI werewolves (my favorite beasts of the original show).

        Though I do quite like the sound of those guest stars… hrmmm, perhaps I’ll keep an eye out for the DVDs (if only for Katharine Isabelle), but it won’t be a Christmas priority.