'Being Human' Season 3 to Premiere Monday, January 14 on Syfy

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October 15th, 2012

via press release:




Lineup of New and Returning Guest Stars Includes, Mark Pellegrino,

Amy Aquino, Xander Berkeley, Bobby Campo and Kyle Schmid


NEW YORK, NY – October 15, 2012 – The third season of Syfy’s hit drama series Being Human will premiere on Monday, January 14 at 9PM, it was announced today. Being Human stars Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, and Sam Huntington with Kristen Hager, joining this year as a series regular. The season will consist of 13 episodes.


Season 2 ended with Aidan (Sam Witwer) buried alive as punishment from vampire leader Mother, Sally (Meaghan Rath) lost in a state of limbo, and Josh’s (Sam Huntington) plot to kill his Maker Ray, endangering Nora instead.


The new season also features a stellar lineup of new and returning guest stars including:

Mark Pellegrino (Lost, Revolution) as Aidan’s vampire mentor Bishop; Amy Aquino (Harry’s Law, ER) as Donna, a witch whose supernatural spells are sought out to help find Sally; Xander Berkeley (Nikita) as Liam, father of purebred werewolf twins who is intent on locating his missing children; Bobby Campo (Final Destination) as Max, a young mortician who develops a connection with Sally; and Kyle Schmid (Copper/The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) returning as Aidan’s vampire protégé/”son” Henry.


Season 2 of Syfy’s Being Human delighted both fans and new viewers seeing its audience increase over its first season. This year the show averaged 2.115 million viewers per week (10% over Season 1) and also increased double digits in key demos: 1.27 million Adults 18-49 (+19%) and 1.28 million Adults 25-54 (+23%).


Being Human is a Muse Entertainment production in association with ZODIAK USA and is based on the acclaimed series created by Toby Whithouse and produced by Touchpaper. Executive producers are Michael Prupas (The Kennedys, Pillars of the Earth), Anna Fricke (Men in Trees, Everwood) who is both writer and showrunner, and Rob Pursey and Toby Whithouse. Irene Litinsky (Human Trafficking, The Phantom) is series producer.


Syfy is a media destination for imagination-based entertainment. With year round acclaimed original series, events, blockbuster movies, classic science fiction and fantasy programming, a dynamic Web site (www.Syfy.com), and a portfolio of adjacent business (Syfy Ventures), Syfy is a passport to limitless possibilities. Originally launched in 1992 as SCI FI Channel, and currently in more than 98 million homes, Syfy is a network of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies. (Syfy. Imagine greater.)

  • John_M

    Dear America

    Your bastardizations of good british shows must stop (then again british being human stopped being good around the time they though time travel was a good idea)

  • davie

    Love Being Human

  • davie


    As a fan of both,I can honestly say America’s BH is much better.

  • Kitsune

    As a huge fan of Being Human, I have to say Season 2 US was the worst piece of crap I have ever seen.

  • JFC

    British first two or three seasons far better than the American version.

  • Simon Jester


    It was the British producers who shopped it around to America (and Germany) in hopes of encouraging local versions — basically, following the model of The Office. No one is forcing them to sell the remake rights.

  • cimmer

    I can’t help but think, with the type of scifi and fantasy that is actually getting critical acclaim and higher ratings (Walking Dead, American Horror Story even Teen Wolf) that the rest of the cable world is kind of passing Syfy by and their programming is just becoming irrelevant.

    It’s a bummer in a way because when scifi or fantasy shows are bland or fail, the execs blame it on the genre rather than the fact that the production values, writing and acting are usually mediocre and that’s the problem, not that it’s about ghosts or aliens.

    I don’t like the American version of BH not only because I think it lacks the charm of the original (at least the first few seasons) but also because it seems to be what’s wrong with Syfy in a nutshell: derivative fare that copies and waters down what’s popular on other channels, made on the cheap for a quick buck (otoh, TV is a business and buy cheap, sell high is a time honored business model) and that’s sad for a channel with an ‘Imagine Greater’ tagline.

  • M. Daly

    Can’t wait for this to come back. Have enjoyed watching Kyle Schmid in Copper now I can turn around and watch him in Being Human for a while. Hopefully they won’t kill him off.


    Really like this show (like both versions)–can’t wait for it to come back

  • tv#1

    I really like this show. I am excited for it to return.

  • Dee

    I love being human can’t wait for it to return can anyone tell me if its jan 2013? Do not take this off this is one of my favorite shows way to go. Love it make it longer than 6 weeks. THANKS

  • Alex

    I just wished they worked on the Werewolf’s design and changed it all together. I hate it, It looks like a giant wereRAT! Seriously, what were the designers thinking giving the ok?

  • Liz

    Really awesome. Cannot wait for it to come back!
    This version is more serious. The British version not so much. It was meant to be more funny at their situations not the dramatic plot. Deal with it people. And if you don’t like it watch one or the other, but NEITHER is going anywhere. :) good day.

  • shokooh

    im not american.. but i like being human so much.. im waiting sor season 3 :(
    i love sam witwerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr .he is so cute ..

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