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Just wanted to let everyone know that I’m still around. Many apologies for letting the site go un-updated for so long.


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Being Human Season 4 – Cast Thank You


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Syfy Cancels ‘Being Human’

Syfy is canceling Being Human after the fourth season.

The NBCUniversal-owned cable network made the official announcement Tuesday, midway through the show’s current 13-episode run.

“Showrunner Anna Fricke and the talented producers, writers, cast and crew have done an amazing job bringing this show to life over the past four seasons and we sincerely thank them and the series’ production company Muse Entertainment for their hard work,” Syfy said in a statement announcing the cancellation. “They’ve saved the best for last with the final six episodes that revisit the story’s beginning, leading to a not-to-be-missed send-off for Aidan, Sally, Josh and Nora.”

Syfy promises that the final episodes will be “full of twists, turns and surprises that will culminate in a spectacular series finale,” which will air April 7.

Being Human, a North American adaptation of the popular U.K. supernatural drama of the same name (which ended in 2013), debuted in January 2011 to nearly 2 million viewers and centered on a werewolf, vampire and ghost who live together.

The current season picked up four months after the events of the season-three finale. Never a ratings hit, Being Human hovered around 1 million viewers for its most recent run of episodes.

Executive producers are Fricke, Michael Prupas, Stefan Pleszczynski, Rob Pursey and Toby Whithouse. Irene Litinsky is producer. Being Human is a Muse Entertainment production.

The news of Being Human’s cancellation comes at an interesting time for Syfy, which has gone through an executive reorganization. On Monday, Syfy reality chief Tim Krubsack departed the company, while Syfy Films senior vp Gregory Noveck and director of development Joshua Banta exited in November. Bill McGoldrick also replaced Mark Stern as exec vp original content for Syfy.

At the moment, the remaining scripted originals on Syfy’s docket are Ron Moore‘s Helix, Haven (with a supersized fifth season), Bitten, Defiance, the final season of Warehouse 13 and the upcoming Dominion, as well as Canadian dramas Lost Girl and Continuum.

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Being Human’s Sam Witwer Heading to Portland for a Part in Grimm

Building on its reputation for having some of the best guest stars on any TV show, “Grimm” has landed one of the stars of Syfy’s “Being Human,” and we have all the details right here.

Per TVLine, Sam Witwer (who in real life is a close friend of “Grimm” star David Giuntoli) will play a tortured soul named Maximillian, who is the main attraction at a carnival. With each performance he is getting dangerously closer to sacrificing the last of his humanity.

As soon as we find out which episode Witwer will be appearing in, we’ll be sure to let you know.

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Still Around…

Just wanted to let everyone know that I’m still around.


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Photoshoots

Added 2 photoshoots to the Gallery.


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Being Human Season 2 Promotional Photos

Added Solo & Cast shots from the Season 2 promotional photoshoot.

I currently do not have access to the site’s twitter account.  Looks like I never did reset the password after I took over the site.  I’ve contacted the former owner to see if she can reset the password for me.


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Being Human Season 2 Episode Stills

Added stills for 2×10 & 2×11.


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Being Human Season 1 Episode Stills

[003] 1.01 – There Goes the Neighbourhood (Part I) (Replaced 2 with HQs)
[002] 1.02 – There Goes the Neighbourhood (Part II) (Replaced with HQs)
[001] 1.04 – Wouldn’t It Be Nice (If We Were Human) (Replaced with HQ)


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Sam Witwer Attending 2013 Sci-Fi Expo

Former Smallville star, Sam Witwer will among the celebrity guests attending the 2013 Sci-Fi Expo in Irving, Texas.

Witwer is best remembered for his role of paramedic Davis Bloome/Doomsday during season 8 of the hit tv series “Smallville” as well as his current role as the vampire Aidan Waite on the Syfy Channel series, “Being Human.”

In addition to his live acting roles, Witwer has also provided the voice and likeness of Darth Vader’s secret apprentice, Galen Marek (codename Starkiller) in the massively successful “Star Wars: The Force Unleashed” video game series. He has also made an appearance in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” animated series voicing as the Son in the Season 3 “Mortis” trilogy of episodes, and as the iconic Sith Lord, Darth Maul in the Season 4 finale episodes “Brothers” and “Revenge”.

Other celebrities appearing alongside Witwer at the Sci-Fi Expo include Avery Brooks (Captain Sisko – Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Edward Olmos (William Adama – Battlerstar Gallactica), James Callas (Dr. Gaius Baltar – Battlestar Galactica), and Bruce Boxleitner (Title character in “TRON”).

Also scheduled to appear is legendary comic-book artist, George Perez.

The Sci-Fi Expo will take place 11am – 6pm on Saturday, February 9th and 11am – 4pm on Sunday, February 10th at the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.scifiexpo.com/dcc/sfx.html.

 

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