Can't wait until Jan. 16 to see what the cast of Syfy's Being Human gets up to in the show's second season? Neither can we! But until then, here's the first official photo from the new season, which will definitely remind you to mark your calendar.
We're still reeling from Friday's unexpected news concerning Russell Tovey's departure from one of our favorite UK sci-fi series ever, Being Human. It's now a few days later, the dust has settled a bit, and the guy who played the show's lovable werewolf has opened up about the reasons why he's leaving.
Actor Russell Tovey, who plays lovable werewolf George on BBC 3's hit series Being Human, has just announced he's leaving the popular British sci-fi series.
A few days ago, we brought you the awesome news that Star Wars fan favorite Darth Maul was being brought back from the ''dead'' for Star Wars: The Clone Wars. If that wasn't cool enough, we just learned who's been tapped to voice the legendary Sith lord.
January's going to be huge for Syfy as the channel kicks off 2012 with a whole lot of big premieres, including the second season of the hit show, Being Human and the premiere of the succubus thriller, Lost Girl. We'll also get the fourth season of Merlin, and the premieres of a host of reality shows this winter, including the new series, Monster Man.
There'll be a new bloodsucker in town to complicate the lives of vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer), werewolf Josh (Sam Huntington) and ghost Sally (Meaghan Rath) when the three paranormal, 20-something roommates return for a second season of Syfy's Being Human—Dichen Lachman, who previously kicked butt in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse.
In the space of a weekend we go from two Being Humans to zero Being Humans as Syfy's version finishes its first season tonight (and BBC America ended its third season last Saturday). But the big news is that HBO's Game of Thrones finally premieres, and Sanctuary's back with its midseason premiere.
Meaghan Rath won't come out and tell us—or you—what's in store for the season-one finale of Being Human, but the actress promises that it'll be bloody good.
There's some promising originals to look forward to with Fringe, which heads back Over There as Bolivia (aka Fauxlivia) finds herself in big trouble, and with BBC America's Being Human, which explores werewolf cage matches.
The strangest set of roommates ever—vampire Aidan, werewolf Josh and ghost Sally—will continue trying to live normal lives (or afterlives) in a Boston brownstone, because Syfy announced today that the hit series will be back for a second season.