TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 4 – “Lil’ Smokie”

Meaghan Rath as Sally in BEING HUMAN "Lil' Smokie" | © 2014 Philippe Bosse/Syfy

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager, Amy Aquino, Connor Price, Helen Colliander, Katharine Isabelle, Gianpaolo Venuto, Kyle Switzer, Deanna Russo Writer: Nancy Won, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Paolo Barzman Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: January 27, 2014 BEING HUMAN is at its best when its characters are bonding. Only Sally (Meaghan Rath) and Nora (Kristen Hager), and Nora and Josh (Sam Huntington) get to spend quality time in “Lil’ Smokie,” but even when everyone is separated, the episode underscores what they all mean to one another. The […]Read On »

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TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 4 – “That Time of the Month”

Meaghan Rath as Sally on BEING HUMAN "That Time of the Month" | © 2014 Philippe Bosse / Syfy

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager, Katharine Isabelle, Kyle Harrison Breitkopf, Deanna Russo, Mark Pellegrino Writer: Lisa Randolph, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Stefan Pleszczynski Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: January 20, 2014 BEING HUMAN has a strong episode in “That Time of the Month,” as it has striking visual elements, several big plot twists and the added bonus of Mark Pellegrino’s Bishop showing up in flashbacks. Ghost Sally (Meaghan Rath), aware that she’s come back from the never-never with some extra power, is able to dig up […]Read On »

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TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 4 – “Old Dog, New Tricks” – SEASON PREMIERE

Samuel Witwer as Aidan Waite in BEING HUMAN "Old Dog, New Tricks" | © 2014 Philippe Bosse/Syfy

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager, Amy Aquino, Connor Price, Helen Colliander, Katharine Isabelle, Janine Theriault, Deanna Russo Writer: Anna Fricke, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Stefan Pleszczynski Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: January 13, 2014 The fourth season of BEING HUMAN hits the ground running pretty literally with “Old Dog, New Tricks.” Within the story, it’s been three months since the end of last season. Vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer) and werewolf-in-human-form Nora (Kristen Hager) are trying to keep werewolf Josh (Sam Huntington) healthy. Josh has become a reverse […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: BEING HUMAN stars Sam Huntington and Kristen Hager are werewolves in love

Sam Huntington in BEING HUMAN - Season 3 - "Always a Bridesmade, Never Alive" | ©2013 Syfy/Philippe Bosse

It’s been a big year for all of the characters in Season 3 of the U.S.version of BEING HUMAN, Mondays at 9 PM on Syfy (the season finale is tonight, April 8). Vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer) became immune to a vampire-killing virus and made his first new vampire in quite awhile. Sally (Meaghan Rath) was brought back to life, died again and is now once more a ghost. As for our werewolf couple, Josh, played by Sam Huntington, and Nora, played by Kristen Hager, they’ve been through the wringer. Josh killed the werewolf who made him, hoping it would cure […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: BEING HUMAN’s Sam Witwer on Season 3 – Part 1

Sam Witwer as Adian Waite in BEING HUMAN Season 3 | (c) 2013 Philippe Bosse/Syfy

On Syfy’s BEING HUMAN, adapted for American television by Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke (based on the British series created by Toby Whithouse), Sam Witwer’s vampire character Aidan and Sam Huntington’s werewolf character Josh move into aBoston brownstone haunted by ghost Sally, played by Meaghan Rath. That was Season 1. At the beginning of Season 3, Mondays at 9 PM, Aidan has been buried in a coffin for eighteen months, and he emerges to find that Josh is now human, though Josh’s girlfriend Nora (Kristen Hager), who he accidentally turned, is still a werewolf – and Sally is alive, back […]Read On »

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TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 3 – “It’s a Shame About Ray” – Season Premiere

Meaghan Rath, Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington in BEING HUMAN - Season 3 - "It's A Shame About Ray" | ©2013 Syfy/Philippe Bosse

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager, Mark Pellegrino, Amy Aquino, Susanna Fournier, Pat Kiely, Robert Naylor, Andreas Apergis, Ellen David, Kyle Gatehouse Writers: Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Stefan Pleszczynski Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: January 14, 2013 We shall begin this review with something that is both a rant and an apology. Season 2 saw the U.S. BEING HUMAN gang often making bad decisions, ignoring each other and generally being annoying. With “It’s a Shame About […]Read On »

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TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 2 – “It’s My Party and I’ll Die If I Want To” – Season Finale

Sam Witwer in BEING HUMAN - Season 2 - "It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To" | ©2012 Syfy/Philippe Bosse

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager, Dichen Lachman, Kyle Schmid, Rahnuma Panthaky, Andreas Apergis, Dusan Dukic, Alison Louder Writers: Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Adam Kane Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: April 9, 2012 It’s not exactly a surprise that our vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer), ghost Sally (Meaghan Rath) and especially vampire Josh (Sam Huntington) make some bad decisions on BEING HUMAN – the Syfy version. They’re not alone – werewolves Nora (Kristen Hager) and Ray (Andreas […]Read On »

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TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 2 – “Don’t Fear the Scott”

Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington in BEING HUMAN - Season 2 - "Don't Fear the Scott" | ©2012 Syfy/Philippe Bosse

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager, Dichen Lachman, Kyle Schmid, Natalie Brown, Amber Goldfarb, Deena Aziz, Dusan Dukic, Martin Thibaudeau Writer: Chris Dingess, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Paolo Barzman Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: March 26, 2012 The title of BEING HUMAN’s new episode “Don’t Fear the Scott” is a play on “Don’t Fear the Reaper,” because Scott is what Sally’s (Meaghan Rath) Reaper (Dusan Dukic) – or possible figment of her imagination, the jury’s still out on that one – […]Read On »

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TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 2 – “The Ties That Blind”

Kristen Hager, Tracy Spiridakos and Sam Huntington in BEING HUMAN - Season 2 - "The Ties That Blind" | ©2012 Syfy/Philippe Bosse

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager, Tracy Spiridakos, Jon Cor, Olunike Adeliyi, Gianpaolo Venuta Writer: Celine Geiger, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Stefan Pleszczynski Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: February 27, 2012 In the opening of BEING HUMAN’s “The Ties That Blind,” Aidan (Sam Witwer) and fellow vampire Hadley are in the woods. Aidan says there are four werewolves in pursuit. The situation doesn’t look good. Cut to 21 hours earlier. A poltergeist is rearranging furniture and playing havoc with the electricity […]Read On »

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TV Review: BEING HUMAN – Season 2 – “Addicted to Love”

Sam Huntington, Sam Witwer and Meaghan Rath in BEING HUMAN - Season 2 | ©2012 Syfy/Jeff Riedel

Stars: Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager, Dichen Lachman, Susanna Fournier, Kyle Schmid, Tracy Spiridakos, Jon Cor, Martin Thibaudeau, Deena Aziz, Amber Goldfarb Writer: Lisa Rudolph, adapted for U.S. television by Jeremy Carver & Anna Fricke, created for U.K. television by Toby Whithouse Director: Charles Biname Network: Syfy, Mondays @ 9 PM Airdate: February 13, 2012 The good thing about “Addicted to Love” is that all of the continuing plotlines intensify within the episode. The bad thing about “Addicted to Love” is that the plotlines are so far entirely separate, to the point where BEING HUMAN feels more […]Read On »

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