We knew Syfy's "Being Human" would be returning with Season 4 in January 2014, and now the network has revealed the exact date along with providing an extended version of its first look preview featuring everyone's favorite vamp-ghost-wolf alliance.
Syfy's "Being Human" returns with Season 4 in January 2014, and the network has released a "first look" video giving us a taste of what's ahead. Are you ready to reconnect with the show's quartet of a vampire, a ghost, and two werewolves?
The Season 3 finale of Syfy's "Being Human" left all four roommates in a bad predicament. We brought back from Comic-Con a few clues of what's ahead in Season 4 along with the sizzle reel they shared with the fans.
Monster-Mania 25 Is Headed to New Jersey with Carrie Fisher, George Romero, Being Human Cast, and More!
Garden State, you may find yourself deflowered after the madness of Monster-Mania Con 25 hits this summer. The powerhouse convention will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ, August 16-18, and the joint may never be the same.
Now that we know for sure that "Begin Human" is returning for a fourth season on Syfy, the three primary cast members have recorded a video for the fans in which they speculate a bit on what's ahead for Sally, Aidan, and Josh.
The TV playing field is getting more crowded every day with genre shows vying for your attention, and one that definitely deserves a spot on your DVR is Syfy's "Being Human," which just ended an awesome third season. Obviously Syfy agrees with us because they're just renewed the show for another year.
A lot of genre TV series have let us down lately, but one that came through this season with flying colors is "Being Human" on Syfy. So we're anxious to watch the finale, "Ruh Roh," but also sad to see it end. Here are the first four minutes.
Despite a few bumps in the road, Josh and Nora pulled off their spur-of-the-moment nuptials in last night's episode of "Being Human," but as this sneak peek of the Season 3 finale, "Ruh Roh," shows, marital bliss will take some effort. Not to mention poor Kenny's predicament!
See Some New Stills and Watch the First Four Minutes of Being Human Ep. 3.12 - Always a Bridesmaid, Never Alive
Now that Syfy has released the first four minutes of next week's episode of "Being Human," entitled "Always a Bridesmaid, Never Alive," along with a few new stills, it's officially time to kick off the weekend!
Just two more episodes remain in this season of "Being Human" on Syfy, and it looks like things will be ending with quite a bang. But first we have a wedding to get through - Will Josh and Nora say "I Do"?
If you're not watching "Being Human" on Syfy, you're missing out on one of the best zombie tales we've ever seen. Sally's condition has us glued to the TV every week, and if you're with us, check out the first four minutes of the upcoming "If I Only Had Raw Brain."
Things are getting a bit out of hand on "Being Human" what with Sally craving flesh, Aidan waking up in the trash, and Josh... well, it looks like Josh may have lost his new BFF. Read on for a look at next week's Episode 3.11, "If I Only Had Raw Brain."
If you got turned off of "Being Human" because two of the main characters became... well... human, then you need to check back in because things are not always as they seem! Check out the first four minutes of Episode 3.10, "For Those About to Rot," to see what we mean.
After teasing us with a measly three stills from next week's episode of "Being Human" (although we're not complaining since they feature Revolutionary War-era Aidan), Syfy has released a few more images, and it looks like Josh and Sally are up to no good in "For Those About to Rot."
Yep, it's official: This season of "Being Human" is full of win. While we weren't really digging Josh and Sally as "human," we couldn't be more pleased at the recent turn of events and can't wait to see more next week, especially since we get more Aidan flashbacks!