Being Human US [dt./OV] Für mich war die Serie in ihrer Gesamtheit schon alleine deswegen Muss leider sagen ich war von being human etwas enttäuscht. Being Human ist eine Fantasy-Serie von Syfy und ein Remake der gleichnamigen britischen Serie. Die Arbeitskollegen Aiden und Josh haben ein dunkles. Being Human (US): Eine ungewöhnliche Wohngemeinschaft bilden Vampir Aidan Die sind alle aus der UK Serie und nicht der US Serie und mindestens
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Edit Cast Series cast summary: Lenora Crichlow Annie Sawyer 30 episodes, Russell Tovey Nina 19 episodes, Michael Socha Hal 14 episodes, Jason Watkins Edit Storyline A werewolf, a vampire and a ghost live in a flat in Bristol.
Taglines: Time to face their demons. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Annie Lenora Crichlow 's eyes are normally brown but they turn blue when she is visible to humans and turn violet when she is haunting.
Goofs Annie's headstone changes from season Unless of course her family had it changed when Owen confessed to killing her, but they never mention it.
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. I also love the new US version. Anyone who has read anything about this show rather than just taking to the internet to spew fury all over everywhere knows that the US version will be following the UK version, roughly, as far as the end of the first series.
The first 13 US eps will mirror the first 6 UK ones. None of the US writers or actors have seen any more of the UK show than the first 6 episodes in order to make the show different in later episodes.
What I am interested in seeing is what the US version does after the first 13 episodes, because it will be "original".
Frankly, the extent to which other people in the UK version can interact with Annie has always been a little murky read: plot-servicing.
I enjoy the clarification of the rules in the US version. I am willing to see what else the US version does.
Some things may be better, some things worse. Without giving the show a chance, we'll never know. It is important to note that SyFy and Space, its Canadian buddy primarily air reruns of old SciFi shows produced by others.
Original in this context means they are producing it. Yes, linguistically tricky, but so is everything in Show Biz. Bear in mind that BSG was also a remake, just more time had passed and the series was darker.
Also, excellent, which gives me hope for Being Human. I have no trouble watching both shows. Liking the US one doesn't take from liking the UK one.
They both have humour, likable characters, and an engrossing storyline. If you like SciFi, Fantasy, or horror genres, give this show a whirl.
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FULL CAST AND CREW TRIVIA USER REVIEWS IMDbPro MORE LESS. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. He considers his condition to be "a curse", over which he is in a certain state of denial including referring to his wolf-self as if it were a different person.
Annie's challenge is to deal with her new existence as a ghost including the isolation and loneliness which results from it and to discover the reason why she has remained on Earth instead of passing over to the afterlife.
The remainder of Series 1 deals with the protagonists' attempts to deal with these situations and with the various characters human or otherwise with whom they come into contact or conflict.
All of the problems are finally brought to a ferocious climax which the trio survive but with their existence no less precarious.
Series 2 also set in Bristol deals with the aftermath of Series 1. Mitchell must struggle with the dual responsibilities of managing his own urges and attempting to manage the now scattered and rudderless Bristol vampire community.
George must cope with the responsibilities of intimacy and the problem of having passed on his "curse" despite his best efforts.
Annie must find a new purpose in her continued presence having resolved the initial issues that kept her on Earth and must also deal with the malignant attention of another type of supernatural being, resident in the afterlife but able to influence events in the earthly world.
The lives of Mitchell, George, and Annie are further complicated by other new factors. There is now a need to fit George's girlfriend Nina into the household, and deal with urgent new problems she is facing herself; there are problems with the police, and two powerful and playful vampires Ivan and Daisy have arrived in Bristol with the threat of causing mayhem.
The trio are also subject to the growing attentions of a mysterious organisation possibly called the Centre for the Study of Supernatural Activity, or CenSSA led by the scientist Dr Jaggatt and the priest-administrator Kemp.
This organisation has identified and classified the three different types of supernatural creature — vampire, werewolf and ghost — and is continuing to research them, although it is evident from the start that they are quite prepared to let subjects die in the course of the research.
The lives of each of the four main protagonists gradually draw them closer and closer to the organisation, despite the threat it may pose to all of them.
Series 3 saw the protagonists move to Barry Island in South Wales as the result of events in Series 2. They set up house in a former bed-and-breakfast hotel and attempt to resume their "normal" lives, despite the overhang of the results of the Series 2 climax, including Mitchell having briefly snapped and murdered twenty people on a train in the Box Tunnel, in Wiltshire.
As Series 3 progresses, the quartet must deal with the return of various figures and events from the characters' pasts as well as the complications of their relationships, notably after George and Nina conceive a child in their werewolf state and must determine what their child will be.
In addition, they must deal with further supernatural incursions — more vampires including a teenager and a pair of suburban swingers , a zombie girl and a pair of werewolves, Tom McNair and his adoptive father who have set themselves up as vampire hunters.
Events lead up to a finale that leaves the household changed dramatically. Aidan Turner left the show at the end of the third series, which also marked the final appearance of Sinead Keenan as Nina.
Nina has been killed in a vampire attack and the gang now has to take care of baby Eve, whose werewolf heritage appears to have attracted the attention of vampire overlords known as the Old Ones.
In the first episode George dies while rescuing Eve, leaving her in the custody of Tom who moves into Honolulu Heights and Annie.
Another trio of elderly werewolf Leo, ghost Pearl and vampire Hal later come to Honolulu Heights seeking help for Leo's transformations after a strange experience, but in the end Leo dies, passing on with Pearl while Hal remains to become the new vampire at Honolulu Heights.
Lawyer Nick Cutler, a vampire created by Hal in , plans to expose werewolves as part of a larger plan involving a vampire conquest of Earth.
Cutler tries to get Hal back to his old ways of drinking blood, Tom and Annie learning that Hal is actually a former Old One and vampire ruler, with Cutler's efforts eventually succeeding in breaking Hal down.
The blood sends Hal into overdrive and he repulses Alex, whom he is dating, with his crude and unusual behaviour when they meet for a second date.
Alex leaves angrily but is followed by one of Cutler's men. Meanwhile, Eve, from the future, reveals to Annie that in her future, most of humankind are dead or living in concentration camps and vampires now rule every inch of the world.
Annie is shocked to learn that Hal is the ruthless leader of the new vampire revolution. To save the world, Eve asks Annie to kill her when she is a baby.
Cutler reveals Alex's dead body drained of blood as revenge for Hal murdering his wife in similar fashion in Cutler then locks Hal up, but Alex returns as a ghost and helps Hal escape.
The Old Ones then arrive in Barry. To save the world, Annie blows up Eve and the Old Ones, completing her unfinished business, and "passes over" as she is no longer an Earth-bound spirit.
The series ends with Hal, Alex, and Tom living together in Honolulu Heights. On 26 March , the day following the Series 4 finale, it was revealed that Series 5 of Being Human would air in and comprise six episodes.
Michael Socha and Damien Molony were announced to be reprising their roles as Tom and Hal respectively.
Lenora Crichlow did not return for Series 5 as the production team felt her storyline had reached a natural conclusion.
On 17 January , the series synopsis was released, explaining that Alex would be adjusting to life as a ghost with Tom while Hal tries to keep his bloodlust in check, and they decide to take up jobs at the Barry Grand Hotel.
The three must deal with Mr. Rook, a government agent whose job is to keep the truth about supernatural beings from the public, and a pensioner named Captain Hatch Phil Davis who is secretly a vessel for the Devil.
In October , Netflix announced it had obtained rights to stream episodes of Being Human via its home video service in the United States and Canada.
Creator Toby Whithouse was approached by production company Touchpaper Television to develop a drama series about a group of friends who buy a house together.
Touchpaper Television liked the characters so they started developing the project. For months, Whithouse and Touchpaper Television struggled to come up with a storyline for the first episode.
Eventually, they had a final meeting to see if they could come up with a storyline or the project would be scrapped.
Whithouse came up with the supernatural elements and the characters were changed. Whithouse was contacted by the BBC who told him they were making a series of pilots.
Before the pilots were broadcast, Whithouse was told that only Phoo Action would be commissioned for a series.
The pilot episode was broadcast on 18 February The journalist Narin Bahar of the Reading Chronicle started an online petition to lobby BBC Three commissioning editors to greenlight a full series, which was signed by over 3, people.
The pilot episode starred Guy Flanagan as Mitchell the vampire, Andrea Riseborough as Annie the ghost, and Russell Tovey as George the werewolf, as well as featuring Adrian Lester as Herrick the vampire leader and main antagonist of Series 1 and Dominique McElligott as the recent vampire convert Lauren converted by Mitchell.
With the exception of George, these parts were recast when the series went into full production. The first and second series were set and filmed in Bristol featuring views of Clifton Suspension Bridge and Clifton Village.
Windsor Terrace, Totterdown, Bristol , was the location of Mitchell, Annie, and George's home and the pub shown in the pilot.
Scenes set at the hospital where Mitchell and George work were filmed in and around Bristol General Hospital and Glenside, Bristol. The third series was filmed and set in Barry Barry Island.
The new house is located on Canon Street. Some filming took place in Hensol Woods near Cowbridge , Vale of Glamorgan , in July Aidan Sam Witwer is a year-old vampire, Josh Sam Huntington is a werewolf, and Sally Meaghan Rath is a ghost.
The three try to help one another navigate the complexities of living double lives while trying to figure out their own at the same time.
In this season, the first episode opens up with Josh and Aidan moving into an old modern style home which they eventually find out is haunted by a ghost named Sally.
They soon become close friends and learn the extremity of their living situation as well as life. By the end of the season the viewers find out just exactly how Aidan came to be a vampire and the background story of Sally's death.
While also getting a glimpse into Josh's life, as he meets a woman named Nora, who he eventually grows a romantic attachment to.
After Bishop's death, Aidan has the responsibility of handling all the orphan vampires and running Boston. While also realizing his feelings for his old found love interest.
During this period of chaos he is faced with trivial decisions that he must answer for, before it is too late. In the meantime, Josh and Nora meet fellow werewolves and go on a dangerous mission to kill Ray Josh's creator , while Sally fights her inner self, and meets her mother again for the first time since she died.
Aidan resurfaces after being buried alive in a coffin and realizes everyone from his vampire family has been swept away. After figuring this out he too comes face to face with death and has to figure out how to stop it.
Nora and Josh meet a young girl and debate how to handle the situation she brings while Liam tries to turn them against Aidan. While Sally, accidentally runs into someone from her past and has to meet with a witch to try and fix it.
Aidan and Nora make their new home for the moment in a trailer while trying to figure out how to turn Josh back normal.
Aidan learns of a new vampire boss who he would not expect and tries to convince him otherwise, while pursuing his new-found love interest Kat.
Nearing the end of the series, Sally comes to terms with her emotions and finally tells a special someone how she truly feels.
On June 28, , Entertainment Weekly reported that actor Sam Witwer had signed on to play the vampire in the remake, and Meaghan Rath had signed to play the ghost with Sam Huntington close to a deal to play the werewolf.
On March 17, , Syfy announced that they would be ordering a second season of its new drama series,  slated to begin airing January 16, On June 29, , Variety reported that actress Dichen Lachman had signed on as a regular to play a reclusive vampire in season two.
Husband-and-wife team Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke were tasked with adapting the British series for North American television. I think that starts with many of the new characters and storylines that we created.
I think you're going to see a show that gives a very nice nod to the original version. The first episode season roughly follows the narrative arc of season one of the British original;   however, the British version was only six episodes, so the North American program developed new stories and arcs to fill out the story line enough for 13 episodes.
One explicit tribute to the British series is the name of the vampire, Aidan; the character is named after Irish actor Aidan Turner , who played the vampire Mitchell in the original series.
There are a lot of similarities, but for example, Bishop is not Herrick. Not in the slightest. He's not the same guy.