There is little left of Hal's humanity. Having feasted on blood and recruited an army of vampires, he's ready to return to his hedonistic ways.
Tom falls head over heels in lust with Natasha. She needs a job and Tom needs her close, so it's a match made in heaven.
While Rook's away, he needs the Honolulu Heights residents to look after his special charge, naive and socially awkward werewolf Bobby.
Tom sees a chance to learn from a master werewolf who also happens to be an untrustworthy slimeball.
Alex is scared. The house is haunted, and not just by her. Hal and Tom are desperate to win the Employee of the Month competition at the hotel.
As ghost Alex adjusts to life after death with werewolf Tom and vampire Hal, we meet poisonous pensioner Captain Hatch, behind whose foul exterior lurks an ancient evil.
The Old Ones have arrived and are intent on taking over the world by force. Cutler has other plans, but they go awry.
Tensions run high when Cutler takes Tom firmly under his wing. Hal's wicked past catches up with him and he finds himself led down a path of temptation. Meanwhile, Annie is called to Purgatory by the mysterious woman from the future. She's got big news for Annie: there's only one way to save the earth from imminent destruction. But will Annie even contemplate the task that she's given?
Annie accidentally kills a grouchy old neighbor, Tom falls for geek werewolf Allison, and Hal gets his first date in half a century.
Teenage vampire Adam is madly in love with no-nonsense head teacher Yvonne, much to the dismay of our heroes, who see the relationship as a scandal.
Annie, Hal and Tom are like a ring of steel protecting baby Eve, so when a ghost from the 1970s calls at the house, they're immediately suspicious.
Hal is unfamiliar with modern life, having kept himself sheltered to avoid the risk of killing, and is terrified when told he needs to get a job. While working in the café with Tom, Hal is enticed to come back to the vampire fold as their new leader.
Hal, Leo and Pearl -- another vampire, werewolf and ghost -- turn up at the house on a pilgrimage to visit the baby Saviour.
In an old bed-and-breakfast in a sleepy seaside town, we join Annie, her housemate George and their new friend Tom.
This season on Being Human, Sally struggles to contain her newly acquired powers and break free of Donna's hold on her, while also seeking out the truth behind a murder mystery that haunts her when her powers are used.
Herrick rescues Mitchell from prison. Mitchell says that he'll side with Herrick, if it guarantees his continued survival.
The cast and creators discuss the struggles that each character faces with being supernatural and living among humans.
Watch a clip from Episode 206 'Mama Said There'd Be Decades Like This'
An all-new season of Being Human premieres.
Josh tries to get up close and personal with Nora but his wolf butts in, ruining (read: terrifying!) the moment.
Josh learns that sometimes it's better to fly solo.
Check out what the cast has to say about the season finale of Being Human!
Watch a clip from Episode 210 'Dream Reaper'
Watch Being Human's reel from San Diego Comic-Con 2011!
Life bites... and howls, and walks trough walls. "Being Human" series premiere coming soon to Syfy.
Watch a recap of what you missed in Episode 103 'Something to Watch Over Me'.
Learn how the issues facing Aidan, Josh and Sally are relatable outside of the show.
Being Human fits perfectly with Syfy because it puts real people in supernatural circumstances.
Learn more about how Sally tries to move on and deal with her loneliness.
Watch a clip from the Being Human panel from San Diego Comic-Con 2012 where Shawn Ashmore is discovered as a guest attendee!
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