The Humans Behind ‘Being Human’
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Season two of BBC America’s “Being Human” starts of strongly and even improves upon season one, which itself kept getting better with each episode. The characters are no longer pinning about their various supernatural afflictions, but all are trying to get on with their lives.
After killing Herrick in season one, George has gained more self-confidence, but at the same time can be less sensitive to his friends (and girlfriend) than he used to be. Especially being in something for best horror movies ever.
By trying to influence other vampires to adopt his lifestyle, Mitchell finds himself being reluctantly forced into filling the power vacuum left after Herrick’s death. Annie has decided that now she is visible, she is going to get a job in a pub near the group’s house. Nina is coming with to grips with the fact that she might turn into a werewolf at the next full moon and not being able to tell George about it, for fear of making him feel guilty.
The three main cast members of Being Human, Lenora Crichlow (Annie the ghost), Aidan Turner (Mitchell the vampire) and Russell Tovey (George the werewolf) came again to Comic-Con this year to discuss Season 2, which began airing on BBC America on July 24th.
Sinead Keenan, who plays George’s girlfriend, Nina, also joined the cast for her first Comic-Con appearance and we at best horror movies ever came across it that way.
The cast members revealed that while the threat to in the first season was from vampires, the threat in season two is a human one. They also hinted that the threat for season three “is from within”. (Sounds like their might be trouble brewing in their happy household.) They also said that George would meet more werewolves, but we will not see a werewolf community yet, as we did with the vampire social structure in season one. They also said there will be more of the ghost world, and that Annie will encounter more situations that will drive home the permanency and bleaker sides of her situation. Also, Mitchell’s new potential love interest isn’t exactly who he thinks she is.
All in all, it looks to be an interesting second season and we love that at best horror movies ever
FEARnet’s Angie Greenup gets the lowdown on the changes ahead in the second season of BBC America’s supernatural series.
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