Syfy's Being Human came to a close last night, delivering a finale that managed to capture the heart of the series with an ending that was bittersweet but by no means unsatisfying. Spoilers if you haven't seen it "There Goes the Neighborhood Part 3," the series finale of Being Human.
Four seasons doesn't seem like a long enough stretch for Being Human. And yet, the Syfy drama is drawing to a close this Monday night. Given the nature of the drama, it's entirely possible that one or more characters will meet their demise by series' end. The trailer for "There Goes the Neighborhood (Part 3)" certainly seems to indicate that possibility.
It's hard to believe there are just two episodes to go before Being Human is over for good. The preview for the penultimate episode of the fourth and final season offers a fairly heavy indication that the past is literally coming back to haunt these characters, and it looks like pretty much everyone is in some kind of trouble.
There are only four episodes left of Being Human, as the series is wrapping up its final season and the writers have thrown a couple of pretty incredible twists into the series as it heads toward its finale. Spoilers if you aren't caught up!
I am genuinely disappointed to have to report that the current fourth season of Syfy's Being Human will be the series' last. We just received confirmation of this news, along with a video featuring the cast of the supernatural drama talking about what they'll miss most about the series and thanking fans for their viewership, love and support...
I've said this before, but one of the things I love about Syfy's Being Human is how well the cast gels, both on and off screen. There's a real sense of family among them, which is part of what makes the show work so well. So it's particularly fitting that Meaghan Rath's brother Jesse should play her character's brother Robbie in the series.
Being Human returns to Syfy for Season 4 tonight! We already gave you five reasons to be excited for the new season, and now here’s one more. For those die-hard fans who want to hear from the cast about the new season, Syfy’s set to run a Google Hangout tonight at 8:30 p.m. EST, ahead of the 9:00 p.m. premiere of Season 4. Check out the promo for the Hangout below:
This Monday night, Syfy’s Being Human returns for its fourth season. We took a look at the first two episodes of the supernatural drama and had no trouble coming up with five great reasons why fans should be excited by the drama’s return.
The spa can be rough on people, as evidenced by the video above, which gives us a quick look at what’s ahead for Sally in the upcoming fourth season of Being Human. Syfy released four new promos for Season 4 of the supernatural drama, each of which emphasizes how all four lead characters are haunted by their pasts and the demons within.
Happy Being Human Friday! Ok, that's not really a thing, but we did tell you the other day that Syfy would be airing a Being Human Season 3 marathon all day today, and that fans would get their first look at Season 4. Syfy delivered on their promise, as last season's episodes are airing now, and the above video shows us that first look of Season 4. And it's full of blood, nudity and growling!
Have you been looking for a way to get caught up on Syfy's Being Human? Right now, Syfy only has a handful of episodes available online, which leaves fans of the supernatural drama in a lurch if they're a season behind. But the network is offering up an all-day marathon of Season 3 episodes this Friday, in addition to a look at Season 4, which is expected to premiere in January.
Previously, we shared the first part of our visit to the set of Being Human While Part 1 focused on the visual effects and photos of the set of the supernatural drama series' upcoming fourth season, Part 2 includes the video of the panel which includes stars Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Kristen Hager and Sam Huntington, along with showrunner Anna Fricke.
I doubt I'm alone in often hoping that the casts of my favorite shows are all friendly, funny, personable people behind the scenes. Of course, that's not necessarily true. People are always going to be a mixed bag, whether they work in television or some other industry, however in the case of Syfy's Being Human, "great chemistry" applies as much to the actors behind the scenes as it does to their characters on screen, which is why it's always so much fun to get to sit down with Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, Meaghan Rath and Kristen Hager to talk about the show.
Among the many TV series featured at Comic-Con this year was Syfy's Being Human, and I had the opportunity to sit down with the cast and showrunner to talk about what's ahead for Aidan, Josh, Sally and Nora when the series returns for its fourth season. It should go without saying that there will be spoilers for those who aren't caught up through Season 3, so please keep that in mind before reading on or watching the videos.
Syfy viewers attending Comic Con this year will have the opportunity to attend panels for four of the network's series, three of which you may have seen and one that's on the way, courtesy of Ronald D. Moore. Set to be featured in panels at Comic Con in San Diego next month are Defiance, Helix, Being Human and Moore's upcoming new series Helix. Unlike most of the announcements we've heard so far, Syfy actually has specific details on where their panels are taking place at SDDC, as well as what time.