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Being Human (UK)

Being Human (UK)


Being Human is a British drama series following 3 unlikely roommates, a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost. We follow them going through life desperately trying to fit in and lead a normal life "being human".

The first two series takes place in Bristol while from series 3 and onwards they have relocated to Barry Island in Wales.
  • Currently 8.8/10
8.8/10 (56 Votes cast)


Episode Info

Prev: 5x06 -- The Last Broadcast (Mar/10/2013)


Hal is ready to return to his old vampire ways but can the others stop him, meanwhile they also have to stop the devil and Captain Hatch.

  • Currently 8.2/10
8.2/10 (5 Votes cast)

Available Episodes

The Last Broadcast
Mar 10, 2013
Season 5 episode 6

No Care, All Respons..
Mar 03, 2013
Season 5 episode 5

The Greater Good
Feb 24, 2013
Season 5 episode 4

Pie and Prejudice
Feb 17, 2013
Season 5 episode 3

Sticks and Ropes
Feb 10, 2013
Season 5 episode 2

The Trinity
Feb 03, 2013
Season 5 episode 1

The War Child
Mar 25, 2012
Season 4 episode 8

Cast
Michael SochaMichael Socha
As Tom (S04-S05, recurring in s03)
Damien MolonyDamien Molony
As Hal (S04-S05)
Kate BrackenKate Bracken
As Alex (S05, recurring in S04)
Lenora CrichlowLenora Crichlow
As Annie (S01-S04)
Russell ToveyRussell Tovey
As George (S01-S04)
Aidan Turner (2)Aidan Turner (2)
As Mitchell (S01-S03)
Sinead KeenanSinead Keenan
As Nina (S01-S03)
Guy FlanaganGuy Flanagan
As Mitchell (Pilot)
Andrea RiseboroughAndrea Riseborough
As Annie (Pilot)
Reviews

Parker

Reviews: 15
fantastic!Rating: 3 likes, 1 dislikes

The plot of this show doesn't have to be longer or more detailed (figured you read the plot already). just the thought of bringing these supernatural factors into one show, creates an atmosphere of mystery and curiosity. the pilot of this show aired February 2008, but it took almost a year before they started with a full season. I have not seen this pilot, but it is not needed either, as episode 1 starts with the beginning. in the first episode you get introduced with the characters, and get their back stories. you get a little flash of how Mitchell was 'sired' or 'turned' into a vampire, you see a flash of George getting slashed by a werewolf, and you see Annie walking through her own flat at her own memorial. the show is perfectly paces, and the individual stories of each episode has their own connection to the main plot. some episodes are about George and his 'time-of-the-month' problem, others are about Annie's problems of not being able to move on to whatever comes next after dying, but mostly, the show is about the vampires plotting and conjuring some sort of master plan. Mitchell, the vampire, is on 'the wagon', as he has stopped drinking humans. episodes balanced more over to his side of the storyline is more or less about him struggling with being clean, and doing what he believes is right. a lot of vampire cliche's are kept, other dismissed. same with the werewolf and the ghost theories, like for instance if a ghost can go through walls? can they be seen by people? do they sleep? is a werewolf able to control himself? does a vampire burn in the sun? all these myths we have been fed over the years of ghost tales, vampire vs. werewolf stories and movies, all of this and more is featuring in this show. Read more

Review posted on Monday, March 2nd 2009 at 3:30 pm

BeVar

Reviews: 2
Rating: 2 likes, 0 dislikes

George, Russell Tovey, really cements this show; his acting is superb. The Wolfman per the original movie, was angst ridden with grief over his predicament of turning into a wolfman during a full moon. George captures this splendidly. His transformation's are done so well; the direction, cinematography and Russell Tovey's acting are perfect. I squirm, I'm horrified as George goes through the physical and mental pain of it all. Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, March 10th 2010 at 5:20 pm

Strangebird

Reviews: 3
Interesting, but...Rating: 1 likes, 3 dislikes

Unique plot, but for the same reason I couldn't stand the old werewolf movies, I don't care for this show. It's the "poor, pitiful me" syndrome. Wish they played more on the supernatural attributes the characters have acquired, instead of dwelling constantly on the "I'm undead and nobody understands, crybaby stuff" Read more

Review posted on Tuesday, August 18th 2009 at 4:04 pm

3 reviews available
Recurring Guests

Jason Watkins (1) as Herrick (14 eps)
Donald Sumpter as Kemp (9 eps)
Lyndsey Marshal as Lucy (8 eps)
Paul Kasey as Werewolf (8 eps)
Annabel Scholey as Lauren (7 eps)
Steven Robertson as Mr Rook (7 eps)
Mark Fleishmann as Technician (7 eps)
Dylan Brown as Seth (6 eps)
Amy Manson as Daisy (6 eps)
Andrew Gower as Cutler (6 eps)

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Warning: Being Human (UK) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Horror/Supernatural | Mystery | Sci-Fi
Status: Ended
Network: BBC three ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: February 18, 2008
Ended: March 10, 2013
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• A vámpír, a vérfarkas és a szellem (Used In Hungary)
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