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The series deals with a supernatural threat, Herrick, a Vampire Leader. The cast and tone of Being Human changed between the pilot and the series.
Compared to the pilot, producer Matthew Bouch described the series as "less gothic and slightly more rooted" as well as "a bit funnier"; he also described the series as "kind of a reboot " of the pilot.
Writer Toby Whithouse, however, said that he does consider the pilot to be canonical. Interior shots of Mitchell, Annie, and George's home, the hospital, and the vampires' funeral home headquarters were filmed on sound stages with exterior shots filmed on location.
The funeral parlour's exterior and reception room were filmed in an old car showroom in Bristol, while the back rooms were filmed in a television studio.
To promote the show, the BBC launched a blog, and on 22 December , the BBC Being Human web page aired three prequel videos to introduce the three main characters: Mitchell's is set in the s, George's is a video diary of his visit of Scotland , and Annie's shows her as a ghost terrorizing a couple who had moved into the house.
Metacritic assigned a rating of 79 out of based on 8 critical reviews, with reviews averaging 7. Series two began filming in August , and began airing in the UK on 10 January It was expanded to eight episodes, with series creator Toby Whithouse writing the first two and last two episodes.
The pre-credit sequences followed a new pattern: from episode two onwards each one depicts something from the history of either the main cast or other characters.
Series 3 premiered in the United Kingdom on 23 January , and contained eight episodes. The show was now set in Barry, Wales , with the characters having moved from Bristol following the "Box Tunnel" murders committed by main character John Mitchell.
Lacey Turner played the recurring character Lia, a ghost encountered by Mitchell when he travelled to "the other side" in an attempt to rescue Annie from purgatory.
Both he and his teenage son are vampire killers. Series 3 story arcs included a prophecy that Mitchell would die from a "wolf-shaped bullet" killed by a werewolf , Nina's pregnancy, and the resurrection of the cruel, manipulative vampire, Herrick.
The producer also said some old characters would return, and he intended to introduce new ones. Roberts, who plays the eternally teenaged vampire Adam, said, "I believe I am going back for an episode.
They've not mentioned too much about Becoming Human. If that does get mentioned again I'm all for doing it because I thought it was a great thing.
I'm really happy to do Being Human again because it's a fantastic show, and if Becoming Human wants to go again, I'm game.
Series star Russell Tovey denied rumors that his werewolf character George Sands might not appear in the entire series.
The filmmakers returned to Barry Island to film season four in late July , where they continued to use local man Gary Rowe's house as the group's bed-and-breakfast base of operations.
On 11 November , Russell Tovey announced he was leaving the show after Series 4. The March issue of SFX magazine revealed the episode titles for series four as part of a preview feature.
Following the broadcast of the series four finale the BBC confirmed that a fifth series had been commissioned.
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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.
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.
The third series was filmed and set in Barry Barry Island. The new house is located on Canon Street.
The pilot episode was not widely reviewed, and some reviews were not necessarily positive. Reception of the series has been extremely favourable.
Stephen Armstrong in The Guardian gave the show a warm review, noting that its primary appeal was not supernatural or horror.
It was, he wrote, "a curious genre mash-up drama about a ghost, werewolf and vampire sharing a flat in Bristol, which deals more with the horror of living in modern Britain than the horror of the undead.
Being Human : the supernatural drama that's super in its depiction of human nature. When it debuted on BBC America in , the show won similar plaudits.
The Miami Herald 's Glenn Garvin praised the show's balance of humour and pathos: "What it is darkly funny, deeply affecting and utterly cockeyed, a work that celebrates life by dwelling on death, love by abiding loneliness.
It's a tale of cold, dead noses pressed up against the window pane of humanity But for all the laughs, Being Human never loses sight of the menace of its characters.
Writing for the Chicago Tribune , Mary McNamara lauded the show's humour, but emphasised its moral seriousness and metaphorical nature.
Addiction is the obvious comparison, and Whithouse makes it nicely — the relationship between John and Lauren Annabel Scholey , the woman he hopes is his last victim, plays like classic junkie love.
The praise continued throughout various periods of the series' run. Matt Roush from TV Guide , having given critical plaudits to the third series, said of the series, "Can't recommend it highly enough.
Being Human actually can make viewers feel something of that horror and awfulness. Being special and having power has no upside; being different is a burden and a nuisance and all anyone wants is a life of ordinariness.
Being Human garnered "some of the largest audiences in the network's history" when it debuted on BBC America in , and again during its second series run in In March , the BBC announced that live, delayed, and online viewership for the launch of Being Human 's third series was 1.
The first series comprised 13 episodes. A second series premiered on 16 January , and a third series premiered on 14 January The final episode aired on 7 April The BBC commissioned an online extension called Becoming Human , which was launched midway through the transmission of the third series.
There are three audiobooks read by the actors of the series. In , a soundtrack was released for Being Human that contained music from Series 1 and Series 2.
The music was composed by Richard Wells , and featured a track listing of 24 songs.But he soon begins to outstay his welcome. Media Essentials. Archived from the original on 30 March Windsor Terrace, Totterdown, Bristolwas the location of Mitchell, Annie, and George's home and the pub shown in the pilot. Being Click : the supernatural drama that's super in its depiction of human nature.