Season 2 of Syfy's "Being Human" premieres on Monday, January 16th, and as a follow-up to the two-part interview we posted earlier this week with showrunners Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver (Part 1 here and Part 2 here), the network brought out the big guns - stars Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, and Meaghan Rath - for a teleconference touching upon what fans have to look forward to from the trio.
Season 2 of Syfy's "Being Human" kicks off this coming Monday night, January 16th, and we've got two more new clips to share, one that takes a look ahead to the upcoming episodes and another that will catch you up on the main characters' relationships.
Looking forward to the January 16th return of Syfy's "Being Human"? Then you've no doubt already joined all of the show's various social media connections and seen the three special clips released by the network. For the rest of you we have them all right here!
Last week we brought you Part 1 of an in-depth interview with "Being Human" executive producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver, and as promised, we now have Part 2 ready for your reading pleasure. Fricke and Carver continue discussing what we can expect in Season 2, if any other creatures make an appearance in the series, the ins and outs of vampire politics, and lots more!
With both the US and UK versions of "Being Human" fast approaching their season premieres, it's no wonder our news feed is full of stories about both of them. Up next we have a sneak peek of the Season 2 premiere of Syfy's "Being Human", entitled "Turn This Mother Out".
Earlier this week Syfy hosted a lengthy conference call with "Being Human" executive producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver so they could tell us what's coming up in the new season, including a few guest stars to be on the lookout for, along with providing some new promo photos. Read on for Part 1 of the call (Part 2 will follow next week), and look for the Season 2 premiere of "Being Human" on January 16th.
We're exactly a month away from the return of Syfy's "Being Human" (the second season premieres on January 16th, 2012) so of course the promo wheels are starting to turn a bit faster, and the network has released a new cast photo along with a poster for the show.
We're just about a month away from the return of "Being Human" on Syfy on January 16th for its second season, and to get everyone up-to-speed on what our resident ghost, vampire, and werewolf have been up to, the network has provided three new character profile clips. Watch as Sally, Aidan, and Josh each describe some of their strongest desires and biggest fears.
Looking forward to the return of Syfy's "Being Human" on Monday, January 16th? Then you'll want to check out this new teaser video that the network has provided entitled "Monster". How would you cope if being yourself meant becoming a monster?
Three new promo videos for Season 2 of Syfy's version of "Being Human" landed in our inbox today, and of course we had to share them. Read on for a look at "Who You Are", "Raw", and (our personal favorite) "Desire"!
Syfy's "Being Human" returns on Monday, January 16th, 2012, and today we have an all new trailer in support of the Season 2 premiere to share.
Ready for another look at Season 2 of Syfy's "Being Human" as its January 16th, 2012, premiere date draws closer? We're certainly anxious to see how things progress for the show's three housemates comprised of a werewolf, a ghost, and a vampire!
With the January 16th, 2012, premiere date for Season 2 of "Being Human" looming closer and closer, Syfy has put together an extended promo that reminds viewers of what transpired in Season 1 and provides a tiny taste of what we can expect come next year. Are you "Afraid to Look In"? After all "Temptation Is a Beast"!
A few of us here at Dread Central were surprised to find that we liked Syfy's version of "Being Human" almost as much as the BBC's so we're already looking forward to the Season 2 return of the show in January, 2012. And Syfy is doing its best to build up our anticipation even more with a new teaser video.
I have to admit I'm really enjoying the US version of "Being Human". Yeah, Josh is totally annoying, and Sally is nowhere near as endearing as Annie, her British counterpart. But both Aidan and Bishop kick all kinds of ass. Apparently Syfy agrees as they've just renewed the show for another year.