Aidan Turner has been playing the broody (and moody) vampire John Mitchell for three seasons of the BBC's Being Human. But his being cast in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit—as well as dark events culminating in the third season of the show—may hint at a very sinister fate for the character.
As the centuries old vampire Aidan on SyFy's Being Human, Sam Witwer has really got a taste for blood (pun intended). So much so that the actor thinks his character could take on another centuries old famous TV vampire, The Vampire Diaries' Damon Salvatore.
There's plenty of action this week, including a Syfy versus BBC America battle royale of the Being Humans and a Primeval goodbye as the series finishes out its fourth too-short season.
Can't get enough of the original UK series Being Human? Apparently, neither can the show's creator Toby Whithouse, who's come up with a web series to make fans really, really happy.
For a good decade now, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel have been THE series to which everything vampire on TV (and in movies) has been compared. So when Toby Whithouse, the creator of Being Human, claims that he's never seen either show (and Firefly as well), we can almost hear the collective gasp of Joss Whedon fans around the world.
Remaking/rebooting/reimagining a popular series can be tough: sometimes they're successful (The Office comes to mind) and sometimes, not so much (Life on Mars anyone?). So if you're on the fence about the U.S. version of Being Human, Sam Witwer wants you to keep in mind a little show called Battlestar Galactica.
Syfy takes a bold leap tonight by reimagining a British series that not only is still on the air, but is vastly beloved by fans. However, Syfy's Being Human isn't just a repeat of the original series, according to two of the stars, Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington, and creators and executive producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver.
Several new series premiere or return this week, giving us plenty of original material to look forward to. Syfy's version of Being Human finally arrives, along with the Cartoon Network's animated Young Justice and Starz's Spartacus: Gods of the Arena. And after seven seasons, Medium signs off with a big finale.
The American remake of BBC's Being Human may be good news for fans. Each season of the British show consisted of six episodes. Syfy is doing 13 episodes for the first season of its remake. Executive producer Jeremy Carver told the Television Critics Association today that he can give more time to the stories you loved from the BBC show.
We showed you what the press kit for Syfy's new series Being Human was like—now take a look at Being Human itself, in a new trailer than explains how a vampire, a ghost and a werewolf ended up as roommates.