Hot on the heels of a tantalizing cliffhanger to end its third season comes news that SyFy's "Being Human" has been picked up for a fourth.
Entertainment Weekly reports that the hit supernatural series will tie up any loose ends left dangling with this week's finale, as series star Sam Huntington formally announced the renewal at the cable network's Upfronts presentation on Wednesday.
The series stars Huntington, Meaghan Rath, and Samuel Witwer as roommates who each live double lives as werewolf, ghost and vampire, respectively, trying to cope with everyday struggles while also reining in their darker, less than human proclivities. It is based on the British series of the same name from creator Toby Whithouse, which itself recently drew to a close with its fifth series finale March 10th on BBC Three.
"'Being Human' really hit its stride creatively this year," said Mark Stern, President of Original Content at SyFy. "The show has become a signature series for SyFy and we are thrilled to have it return in 2014."
Indeed, the series has delivered solid ratings for the cable network, averaging 1.8 million viewers, including 1.1 million adults in the coveted 18-49 and 25-54 demographics, and is a top ten cable program in its time period.
What do you think lies in store for the "Being Human" trio?