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Being Human (U.K.) 5 Seasons 2012

Season 4
4.1 out of 5 stars (171) IMDb 7.8/10

In an old B&B in a sleepy seaside town, we join Annie, her housemate George and their new friend Tom. They're still reeling from the loss of their best friend Mitchell, but with a newborn baby to look after, it's never been more difficult to live life under-the-radar as a ghost and two werewolves. The Old Ones are on their way and it's up to our heroes to fight for the right to live in peace.

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Lenora Crichlow, Russell Tovey

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1. Eve of the War

In an old B&B in a sleepy seaside town, there lives a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost determined to live a quiet, human life. But lurking in every corner of society there are vampires ready to rid the world of its humanity. It's not easy protecting a newborn child from marauding vampires when you're a ghost and a couple of werewolves, but this is what our heroes must do - whatever the cost.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: February 25, 2012
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2. Being Human 1955

Hal, Leo and Pearl another vampire, werewolf and ghost arrive at a house on a pilgrimage to visit the baby Saviour, in hopes that she might save dying Leo. But when Tom sees Hal standing over baby Eve, he's convinced Hal is a threat and tells him to leave.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: March 3, 2012
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3. The Graveyard Shift

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.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: March 10, 2012
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4. A Spectre Calls

Annie, Hal and Tom are like a ring of steel protecting baby Eve, so when Kirby, a ghost from the 1970s calls at the house, they're immediately suspicious. Kirby wins them over with his feckless personality and proof that he's been sent by Nina to help look after the baby. Annie soon falls for the handsome, charismatic ghost - perhaps Nina also sent him for reasons other than the baby?

TV-14 CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: March 17, 2012
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5. Hold the Front Page

Episode Five sees the return of Season Three's teenage vampire Adam. Adam is in love with head teacher Yvonne, much to the dismay of our heroes. They're on the run from the press, who see the relationship as a scandal and they force Adam to confess his true nature to her. Yvonne soon discovers the reason that she's able to see Annie and what this means for her love affair with Adam.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: March 24, 2012
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6. Puppy Love

Annie accidentally kills a grouchy old neighbor, Tom falls for geek werewolf Allison, and Hal gets his first date in half a century.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: March 31, 2012
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7. Making History

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?

TV-14 CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: April 7, 2012
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8. The War Child

The Old Ones have arrived and are intent on taking over the world. Cutler has other plans, but when they go awry, his revenge on his own kind is plotted. Annie is conflicted and upset as she comes to terms with the fact that, in order to save the world, she's been tasked with the most difficult decision of her afterlife.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: April 14, 2012
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Bonus: Being Human: Rewind

Get up to speed on the Being Human story so far in this 3 minute recap.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 3 minutes Release date: February 20, 2012
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I was certain that when Mitchell was killed at the end of season 3 that the show would never be the same. However, George was my favorite character and he would be there with Annie and Nina.

When I realized that George and Nina would not survive past the first episode of season 4, I was very upset. But I kept watching because Annie was still there. She is a wonderful character.

I soon realized that the show is so well written and acted that new characters can come on be just as wonderful as the previous characters. Such is the case in season 4.

I soon fell in love with the new werewolf and vampire characters and enjoyed them as much as Mitchell and George.

All previous seasons are fantastic and season 4 is no exception. Buy or watch season 4 without any hesitation. It is worth your time and money.

As another reviewer said, don't compare it to the US version. The British version is superior in every way.

Thank you.
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Just streamed this in because i missed the BBC-A broadcast and i have to say that Instant video has gotten loads better since Season 3. The broadcast was continual and there were no issues, which was a nice.

Season 4 of Being Human picks up where Season 3 left everything, with Mitchell dead and the roommate's in a spiral. It is not the only thing to have happened, however, and the happenings are huge. By the end of this episode the show will have gone through an enormous change and it leaves a lot of questions up in the air. I do not want to ruin any of that, because it kind of shocked me just how much they were willing to rearrange things. It also made for quite the show.

Switching to scenes from 2037, there is a storyline being developed here that deals with George and Nina's baby, the War Child, and a prophecy that vampires have on it. I liked that idea, and the way the show was presented made me really wonder what was happening. honestly, I was afraid this would be a "getting over Mitchell" episode but it was far from that. It was a "changing everything forever" kind of show that makes me think that maybe the show is going out and going with a bang.

I really liked the fact that they put some human in here, too, keeping some parts very serious and some parts light. The beginning kind of sits a tone there, contrasting the protective George and the seriousness in the home. There is also the introduction of some new faces, lots of them, and a new trinity of roomies that may be a new focal point. Combine that with a lot of "go" and you have the episode.

I'm really looking forward to the show this season - 5/5
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I LOVE LOVE LOVE Being Human from the UK. It has now been canceled without reason or comment other than the millions of fans out here. The news is that it was meant to go after 5 seasons but no one is believing that "rubbish" as they say. I will so miss these characters and am reminded about the original ones that started out this epic show. Of course, I will say that the US version is pretty darn good and that is unusual and terrific at the same time. US is on Season 3 on Syfy. Check it out and watch all 5 seasons of the UK and 3 seasons and hopefully counting of the US versions of BEING HUMAN!
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Okay, I was very uncertain about continuing this series after finding out that not only did the show lose Mitchell's character, but George and Nina too! However, because I have yet to see any bad acting whatsoever in this series and I've become seriously hooked on its particular weird cross of Supernatural meets Monty Python I decided to stick with Season 4. And I'm very glad that I did. Both the new actors who bring the characters Hal and Tom to the show bring their characters to life and continue to charm me. I don't really think of them as replacements for the ones who've gone, but simply new friends in their own right. And of course Annie is lovely and sweet, but shows us in this episode that she isn't quite the pushover that she used to be. The first few episodes of the season were a bit shaky for me with so many new people coming onto the scene, but this episode is the one where the new set of friends finally, really click. You get the sense that Annie has once again found a home with her new vampire and werewolf friends and the three are united in their efforts to keep a young baby safe from other supernatural forces that want her dead. Sorry, not giving anything away. If you want to know what I'm talking about you have to watch the show.

Without giving anything away I'd say if you had been shunning Season 4, because you can't reach for the remote without sobbing then it's time to dry those tears and keep watching. Because the one thing this show isn't ever going to be is dull and boring.
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I was hooked on "Being Human" (BBS Version) with the first episode of Season one. Seasons 2-3 continued to hold my attention. However, Season 4 with the killing off of two of the three main characters and replacing them with much weaker versions was disappointing. The writers instead of trying to create the depth of the two former main characters, instead went for one episode story lines, gory scenes and a few attempts at humor. PLEASE BRING BACK MITCHELL.
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