SyFy's Being Human is renewed for a second season

SyFy's supernatural show, Being Human will be renewed for a second season. The show is about 3 twenty something roommates who are trying to live life out to the fullest and be human. However, they are not human- they are a vampire, werewolf, and a ghost.

The show opened with fans of the BBC show being very wary of how America has redone their favorite British show. It has over 1.8 milliion viewers with women counting for over half of these.

Syfy President  Original Content, Universal Cable Productions Mark Stern said in a Syfy press release:

“Being Human has proven to be a winner for Syfy on all fronts,” said Stern. “Using the original format as inspiration, showrunners/writers Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke – along with a superlative team of writers, cast, and production – have created an amazing, compelling series in its own right. We can’t wait to watch Aidan, Josh and Sally continue their struggle to be human in the second season!”

Josh, Aidan, and Sally can be found in Lexington on Insight Cable's Channel 156.

For more information visit their website at SyFy.com

For more information visit here http://www.examiner.com/vampire-in-lexington/syfy-s-being-human-is-renewed-for-a-second-season

 

 

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