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  • We have a few San Diego Comic-Con pics of Kristen Hager (Nora) and from many other shows!
     
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  • SYFY RENEWS ORIGINAL DRAMA BEING HUMAN FOR FOURTH SEASON
    New York, NY - April 10, 2013 - Syfy is ordering a fourth season (13 episodes) of its hit drama series Being Human, it was announced today by Mark Stern, President of Original Content, Syfy and Co-Head of Original Content, Universal Cable Productions. The announcement comes on the heels of the Season 3 finale which aired Monday, April 8 and in time for Syfy's Upfront presentation this evening in New York City.
    Being Human stars Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington and Kristen Hager as vampire Aidan, ghost Sally and werewolves Josh and Nora. Together they struggle to suppress their supernatural secrets and temptations and live their lives as close to normal as possible.
    "'Being Human' really hit its stride creatively this year," said Mark Stern. "This show has become a signature series for Syfy and we are thrilled to have it return in 2014."
    Being Human has been an all-around performer for Syfy both on-air and via digital distribution as well as in the social media space. It remains one of Syfy's youngest and most female-skewing scripted dramas.
    Inclusive of Live +7 data, Season 3 of Being Human is averaging 1.8 million total viewers, including 1.1 million Adults 18-49 and 1.1 million Adults 25-54, and is a top ten cable program in its time period among both key demos.
    Being Human is a Muse Entertainment production and is based on the acclaimed series created by Toby Whithouse and produced by Touchpaper. Executive producers are Michael Prupas (The Kennedys, Pillars of the Earth), Anna Fricke (Men in Trees, Everwood) who is both writer and showrunner, and Rob Pursey and Toby Whithouse. Irene Litinsky (Human Trafficking, The Phantom) is series producer.
    About Muse Entertainment Enterprises
    Muse Entertainment is a leading film and television production company known for its well-crafted and high quality productions. Since its founding in 1998, Muse has produced, co-produced and provided production services on more than 160 TV movies and mini-series, television series and feature films and has won over 100 awards and received over 300 award nominations, including 21 Emmy Award nominations and 5 Emmy Awards! Muse Entertainment's most recent television series are Bomb Girls (Seasons I, II) and Being Human (Seasons 1, II, III). In 2011, its topical 8-hr. historical drama, The Kennedys, earned 10 Emmy Award nominations. Its Pillars of the Earth also won an Emmy and many other awards. Muse's other award-winning programs are Durham County (Seasons I, II, III), Ben Hur, The Last Templar, Impact, Human Trafficking, Answered by Fire, This is Wonderland and Tales from the Neverending Story. The company's head office and its Quebec production centre are in Montreal. Muse also maintains development and production operations in Toronto and Los Angeles. For more information please visit www.muse.ca
    About Syfy
    Syfy is a media destination for imagination-based entertainment. With year round acclaimed original series, events, blockbuster movies, classic science fiction and fantasy programming, a dynamic Web site (www.Syfy.com), and a portfolio of adjacent business (Syfy Ventures), Syfy is a passport to limitless possibilities. Originally launched in 1992 as SCI FI Channel, and currently in more than 98 million homes, Syfy is a network of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies. (Syfy. Imagine greater.)
     
  • Sadly, the UK version of Being Human has been canceled. The last episode airs this Sunday.
     
  • SYFY: Being Human - Sneak Peek, Interview Clips & Bloopers
    Date sent: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
    Being Human – Airs Mondays at 9/8c.
    If I Only Had Raw Brain – Sneak Peek Sally continues to deteriorate as Josh & Nora search for Donna, the witch. 
    What Attracts Aidan to Kat – Cast Interview Get the down low on what brings Aidan and Kat together from Sam Witwer.
    Josh & Pete’s Relationship – Cast Interview Get Sam Huntington’s take on the relationship between Josh & Pete. 
    Meaghan Sexy Teasing on Set – Bonus Scene See how Meaghan Rath gets back at Sam Witwer during a scene.
    Episode 10 – Bloopers Clip Watch the outtakes and funniest moments from Season 3, Episode 10.
     
  • Starting this week, @BeingHumanSyfy https://twitter.com/BeingHumanSyfy will release a picture Photo  each week prior to a new episode. If we can get 20,000 tweets using #BeingHumanNow https://twitter.com/search?q=%23BeingHumanNow&src=hash after each pic is posted, Syfy will release the first four minutes of the new episode before it airs!
     
  • Syfy Interviews with Dichen Lachman (Suren), with Sam Huntington (about his appearance on "Face off"), with writers Anna Fricke & Jeremy Carver, and with the three main cast members Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, and Meaghan Rath.
     
  • Actress Sinead Keenan has left Being Human on the heels of Aidan Turner and Russell Tovey
     
  • Being Human returns for fourth series
     
  • Russell Tovey: 'I was ready to leave Being Human'
     
  • 'Being Human' creator Toby Whithouse on the shocking finale -- EXCLUSIVE
     
  • EXCLUSIVE: Aidan Turner on prepping for 'The Hobbit' and possibly leaving 'Being Human'
     
  • FANG-TASTIC RATINGS FOR SYFY’S BEING HUMAN SEASON ONE FINALE WITH 1.66 MILLION TOTAL VIEWERS BECOMES CHANNEL’S HIGHEST-RATED NEW WINTER SCRIPTED SERIES IN SIX YEARS
    MOST FEMALE SKEWING SYFY DRAMA SERIES EVER
    NEW YORK – April 12, 2011 – Continuing Syfy’s 2011 ratings momentum, Being Human became the channel’s most successful new winter scripted series since Battlestar Galactica in 2005, entrancing 1.66 million total viewers, 1.0 million Adults
    25-54 and 944,000 Adults 18-49 during the season one finale Monday, April 11, at 9PM (ET/PT).
    This was the best performance in all three measures for Being Human, which has been renewed for a second season, since the January 24 episode.
    Compared to last week’s telecast, Being Human rose 17% in Adults18-49, 29% in Adults 25-54 and 16% among total viewers.
    For the season, Being Human averaged a 1.3 HH rating, 996,000 Adults 18-49, 978,000 Adults 25-54 and 1.8 million total viewers, including 7-day DVR playback data where available.
    Being Human is Syfy’s youngest skewing scripted series since Battlestar Galactica in winter 2007.
    Being Human also became Syfy’s most female-skewing original scripted series ever, comprising 53 percent women viewers through its 13-episode season. Led by Being Human’s strength in this demo, Syfy rose seven percent in Women 18-34 during First Quarter ’11.
     
  • BBC’s ‘Being Human’ season three gets U.S. premiere date — EXCLUSIVE http://sflow.us/e3zYpi 
     
  • Syfy: The premiere of Being Human brought us into a townhouse in Boston where three young adults are just trying to live a normal life, but it's harder than it looks when you're a vampire, werewolf, and ghost. In the next all-new episode, Josh starts to become uneasy about having Sally's former fiancé Danny over to the house. Uneasy is probably a lighthearted term compared to Josh's state of concern. Sally begs and pleads but Josh fears Danny could potentially sell the place or turn it into an amusement if he's able to see Sally as a ghost. Aidan stays calm and collected as usual. Will Danny see Sally or will he pass right by her? You will have to watch the clip and tune in to the next episode airing Monday, January 24th at 9/8c on Syfy.
    Being Human - "There Goes the Neighborhood Pt 2"
    http://tinyurl.com/4no99lm
     
  • Syfy is ringing in the New Year with all-new original programming. The highly anticipated series Being Human premieres Monday, January 17th at 9/8c, and it features Sam Witwer (Smallville, Battlestar Galactica), Meaghan Rath (The Assistants), Sam Huntington (Cavemen, Superman Returns) and Mark Pellegrino (Lost, Supernatural). The show depicts the dynamic lives of three paranormal roommates: a ghost, a vampire and a werewolf and their difficulties with living double lives. Stepping into these new personalities won't be easy, but they're certainly up for the task and journey that lies ahead.
    Being Human - Season Premiere "I Am Different" VIDEO 
    Below we have a thirty second trailer of the season preview of Being Human. Instead of trying to figure out who they are, like most 20 year olds, Aidan, Josh, and Sally will try to figure out what they are as they embark on being roommates while searching their identities as the abnormal, and even more, the paranormal. Take a look at the clip and be sure to stay tuned for more on the brand new series of Being Human airing January 17th at 9/8c on Syfy.
    Being Human - Season Premiere "Harder Than It Looks" VIDEO  
  • Talking Telly: New online drama set in ‘Being Human’ universe
     
  • BBC America is showing the first season Sunday, October 31.
     
  • Q&A: Russell Tovey
     
  • Russell Tovey Gets His Own Action-Figure?
     
  • Martin Freeman, Richard Armitage, Aidan Turner Cast in "The Hobbit"
     
  • US Version of BBC's Being Human Details - Sam Witwer on His Character
     

  • SyFy's 'Being Human': The Right Way To Remake A British TV Show 
  • In a few short days, the second season of Being Human will premiere on BBC America (Saturday, July 24 @ 10/9c.). As we approach premiere, we're excited to share the latest Inside Look Video, which features cast members Aiden Turner, Russell Tovey, and Lenora Chrichlow discussing their characters struggle to fit in to normal society, despite their secret double-lives as a werewolf, a vampire, and a ghost.
    We hope that you'll enjoy this new video!
    BEING HUMAN: INSIDE LOOK #2 - What Is Being Human?
    LINK TO VIDEO 

  • BBCAmerica has announced that the second season of Being Human will premiere Saturday, July 24th. Being Human's season premiere will follow the season finale of Doctor Who.
    The critically acclaimed Being Human's first season aired last fall on BBCA. The BBC recently ordered a third season of the series, which is expected to air this fall in the U.S. The SyFy channel is also developing an American version of the show.
    You can find the BBC's press release announcing the season premiere date and a sneak peek of Being Human's new season here:
    http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2010/05/05/being-human-is-back-in-july/20100505bbca01/
     
  • We're excited to share the following information in support of the Saturday, July 24th return of the hit series, Being Human, which will premiere at 10/9c., immediately following the Doctor Who season finale. As you may know, this witty yet terrifying series follows three twenty-something's and their secret double-lives - as a werewolf, a vampire, and a ghost, struggling to live normal lives, despite their strange and dark secrets.
    As we ramp up for the Being Human season two premiere on BBC America, we're also excited to announce that BBC will release Being Human: Season One on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, July 20th. Offering the perfect opportunity to catch-up on all the action before season two begins; each disc set features all six episodes along with over an hour of bonus material including deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes, video diaries, character profiles, an interview with Toby Whithouse, and more.
    We're just a few weeks away from the DVD/Blu-ray release date!
    Being Human Official BBC America Website:
    http://www.bbcamerica.com/beinghuman 
    BEING HUMAN s2 Extended Trailer
    Description: An extended trailer for BEING HUMAN season 2, premiering Saturday July 24 at 10/9c, immediately following the season finale of DOCTOR WHO, only on BBC America. And catch-up with season 1, available July 20 on DVD and Blu-ray.
    Link to video:
    http://www.bbcamerica.com/video/being-human.jsp?bclid=29446752001&bctid=111194080001 

  • As we approach the July 24th premiere of the second season of Being Human on BBC America, we have links to an all-new seven minute embeddable sneak peek clip; embeddable inside look clip; wallpapers; and information regarding a chance to submit questions to your favorite supernaturals - with a chance to have your question answered during Comic Con! Check out the links and details below, and don't forget that the Being Human Season One DVD/Blu-ray will be released next Tuesday, July 20th.
    BEING HUMAN - FIRST SEVEN MINUTE SNEAK PEEK:
    Being Human: A BBC America Video Exclusive
    Watch a sneak peek of the first 7 minutes of the season premiere. It's time to face your demons. Being Human premieres Saturday, July 24th at 10/9c.
    http://www.bbcamerica.com/content/369/being-human-video.jsp?bclid=29446752001&bctid=96880633001 
    BEING HUMAN - INSIDE LOOK:
    An inside look at the new season of BBC America's Being Human.
    http://www.bbcamerica.com/content/369/being-human-video.jsp?bclid=29122741001&bctid=115468452001 
    WALLPAPERS:
    Spend each day in a supernatural way - download Being Human wallpapers.
    http://www.bbcamerica.com/content/369/being-human-wallpapers.jsp 
    COMIC-CON:
    BBC America: Live at Comic-con
    BBCA will be interviewing the cast of Being Human at Comic-Con, and we're giving you the chance to ask the questions. Submit them by July 19th so that you could have a chance to connect with your favorite supernaturals.
    http://www.facebook.com/BBCAmerica?ref=ts 
    Check Anglophenia http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia  starting Wednesday, July 21st for photos, videos, and live updates from Comic-Con.
     
  • Being Human, BBC AMERICA’s original hit supernatural series about a group of friends trying to live normal lives despite their unusual afflictions, is back – and, says creator and writer, Toby Whithouse, "It is, without doubt, our best season yet.” Being Human premiered on Saturday, February 19, 9:00p.m. ET/PT for eight weeks.
    Overview
    “A third season is a unique opportunity because it allows you to take all the best bits of season one and season two," Toby says. "What we took from season one is the domestic element and very strong stories of the week with very strong guest characters. Season two had much more of an epic sweep and a breadth of ambition. Season three has allowed us to combine all those things.”
    A BBC AMERICA co-production, Being Human stars Russell Tovey, Sinead Keenan, Lenora Crichlow and Aidan Turner as werewolf George, werewolf Nina, ghost Annie and vampire Mitchell - four friends doing the best they can to cope with the supernatural challenges of their lives while trying to blend in with their human neighbors. The showdown last season with Kemp and Lucy Jaggat has forced some changes for the friends. Couple George and Nina plus Mitchell have fled their beloved house in Bristol and are looking for a new house to rent in Wales. They are also without Annie, who is stuck in purgatory and desperately trying to escape.
    Leaving the memories of their much-loved former house behind, George, Nina and Mitchell settle into their new home – a kitsch bed and breakfast named Honolulu Heights that boasts many benefits for supernatural sharers – a large basement providing a safe and sheltered environment on a full moon, for one.
    Season three boasts an impressive array of guest-stars, including Lacey Turner (EastEnders) as Lia, who Mitchell meets in Purgatory, Robson Green (Wire In The Blood) as primitive werewolf McNair, Michael Socha (This Is England '86) as McNair's son Tom, Paul Kaye (It's All Gone Pete Tong) as twisted vampire Vincent, Craig Roberts (Young Dracula) as teenage vampire Adam; Nicola Walker (MI-5) as social worker Wendy, James Fleet (Four Weddings and a Funeral) as George's father George Sr; and Jason Watkins making an eventful return as vampire leader Herrick.
    Being Human first premiered on BBC AMERICA in 2009 and quickly won over fans and critics alike, and has even spawned a US remake. The New York Times recently said that the UK series “has energy, and interesting characters, and a pulpy momentum that keeps you engaged in its kitchen-sink drama meets Bram Stoker story lines,” and Variety called it “improbably absorbing, wonderfully sly.” In addition, the cast and creator have appeared to sold-out crowds at the last two years of San Diego Comic Con. Season one and two of Being Human are available on DVD and Blu-ray on the BBC AMERICA Shop and iTunes.
    BBC AMERICA brings audiences a new generation of award-winning television featuring news with a uniquely global perspective, provocative dramas, razor-sharp comedies, life-changing makeovers and a whole new world of nonfiction. BBC AMERICA pushes the boundaries to deliver high quality, highly addictive and eminently watchable programming to viewers who demand more. It is available on digital cable and satellite TV in more than 68 million homes.
    Details
    CAST AND PRODUCTION CREDITS
    George Russell Tovey
    Annie Lenora Crichlow
    Mitchell Aidan Turner
    Nina Sinead Keenan
    Creator Toby Whithouse
    Executive Producer Rob Pursey (Touchpaper)
    Toby Whithouse
    Being Human is a Touchpaper Television and BBC AMERICA co-production for the BBC.
    EPISODE SYNOPSES
    *** SPOILER ALERT ***
    Episode 1
    Having fled their lives in Bristol, our supernatural friends find themselves in Wales looking for a safe haven in which to continue their under-the-radar existence. With Annie stuck in Purgatory, Mitchell, George and Nina are desperate to get her back. Mitchell crosses into the Afterlife where he meets his guide, Lia, a flirtatious young woman who leads him through Purgatory, making him revisit the crime scenes from his past. The final crime scene is the Box Tunnel Massacre (Season 2, Episode 7), where Lia reveals herself to be one of Mitchell’s victims. She is willing to give him Annie back, but on the condition that he’s dealt a prophecy – that he will be killed by a werewolf. Back in Wales, George is arrested minutes before the full moon. Nina rescues him from the confines of the police station, but they are forced to transform together. Will they survive a night as werewolves without tearing each other apart? Episode 1 premieres on Supernatural Saturday, February 19, 9:00p.m. ET/PT
    Episode 2
    In the hospital George and Nina are confronted by Adam, a teenage vampire, lapping at the vein of one of Nina’s patients. They take him out of harm’s way to the house, but Adam’s obnoxious and lewd behavior soon has everybody climbing the walls. Meanwhile a middle-class vampire, Richard, propositions Mitchell. He has been sent by the vampire aristocracy to ferry him out of the area, away from the Box Tunnel Twenty police investigation. Mitchell knows that Richard’s offer is one he shouldn’t refuse, but can he really leave George, Nina and Annie? Richard looks down on Mitchell’s rash behavior, boasting that he has systems in place to feed his bloodlust without killing. Mitchell thinks Richard might hold the solution to Adam’s increasing bloodlust, but when George and Nina see the extent of Richard’s actual depravity they battle to save Adam’s soul. Episode 2 premieres on Supernatural Saturday, February 26, 9:00p.m. ET/PT
    Episode 3
    Confronted with a “type four”, the housemates are forced to stare death in the face. Mitchell meets his biggest fan, who’ll do anything to impress his hero. Episode 3 premieres on Supernatural Saturday, March 5, 9:00p.m. ET/PT
    Episode 4
    George and Nina search for other werewolves in their quest to find out if their unborn baby will survive the transformation. With the full moon approaching, Mitchell has cause to feel nervous. Episode 4 premieres on Supernatural Saturday, March 12, 9:00p.m. ET/PT
    Episode 5
    Herrick is back. But is he megalomaniac vampire or defenseless victim? His life hangs in the balance whilst the housemates try to decide. Episode 5 premieres on Supernatural Saturday, March 19, 9:00p.m. ET/PT
    Episode 6
    George is shocked to discover that his father has died. But not as shocked as when he meets the ghost of George Senior. Meanwhile, the Box Tunnel investigation closes in on Mitchell. Episode 6 premieres on Supernatural Saturday, March 26, 9:00p.m. ET/PT
     
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