With only two episodes left in the season, the writers realized they still have a lot to set up before hiatus... and they threw the kitchen sink at us.
What to watch on Monday, April 4.
On Monday, Aidan's vampire mafia problems resulted in and epic werewolf steel-cage match... but we're still waiting to watch it.
What to watch on Monday, March 21.
Plus: Jimmy Smits is the new mayor of Los Angeles, Damon Wayans is a radio shock-jock, and MTV brings a classic back from the dead.
Monday's episode really put the the show's dysfunctional relationships on parade.
And we're back to following in the footsteps of Being Human's British ancestor as Aidan meets a young boy, Josh has wolf sex, and Sally mopes.
HOLD THE GARLIC, PLEASE
Josh goes home to make things right... and messes things up when unexpected visitors arrive. Plus: Sally poltergeists the crap out of her old flame.
As if it isn't hard enough being a monster, the gang is wading through some serious problems. Plus, the show is finally deviating from the UK version.
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London calling! In the latest episode of Teletrivia, TV Guy quizzes you on TV's recent influx of American remakes with British heritage, including Skins, Being Human, and Shameless.
The big three main characters are splendid, but some of the secondary characters have behaved badly and need to go.
Cartoonish actor Sam Huntington really shows off the plasticity of his face in the new Syfy series; are you a fan of the way he plays the role?
The roommates aren't dealing with being monsters, they're dealing with living as monsters; it's a small difference that makes the show work.
A British adaptation that works? Believe it. Syfy's Being Human retains much of what made the original great while enhancing its look.
Of all the new shows set to premiere in early 2011, here are the 12—yes, 12—we're looking forward to the most.
The first actual-footage promo for Syfy's Being Human has been released, and it doesn't appear to stray too far from its source material.
Plus: The real reason ABC's boss quit is a little touchy, Damon Lindelof is writing something very awesome, and Jimmy Fallon has been accused of sexual discrimination.
True Blood may get all the hype, but BBC America's Being Human deserves a long, hard look by fangbangers.