Being Human

The Best Television Shows of 2011 | 10 Jan 2012 // 4:00 PM

The small screen offers up the usual suspects, proving once again that, with a few exceptions, what's good on today's prime time schedule will stay that way until the next best-of list.

"Being Human"... Even When the Monsters Win | 22 Jul 2010 // 6:00 PM

The BBC series Being Human chronicles the attempts by three roommates -- one a vampire, one a werewolf, and one a ghost -- to live decent, normal lives in a world inhospitable to them. But who are the real monsters?


'Being Human' Reveals What's Human in Monsters | 24 Feb 2012 // 2:01 AM

Survival has long been a theme in Being Human, one reinforced in this season premiere by a second "supernatural trinity", living parallel lives to the originals', in Southend-on-Sea.

The So-Called Normal and Monstrous Collide in Another Great Season: 'Being Human Season 3' | 9 May 2011 // 9:25 PM

Being Human remains a nearly pitch perfect fictive universe with characters we care about and, show for show, far more unforgettable set-pieces than most of what's on television.


TV Highpoints and Lowpoints of 2010-2011... Number 9 | 27 Jul 2011 // 2:15 AM

PopMatters continues its 10-day countdown of some of the high and lowpoints of the 2010 to 2011 TV season. This time up... the superlative BBC drama Being Human and the oh-so-sad, watered down SyFy version of the show.

Déjà Vu is Often Part of Being Human | 21 Jan 2011 // 1:00 AM

Syfy might have to imagine greater to distinguish their series from the BBC’s, but they’ve chosen a worthwhile story and seem to be committed to a high-quality production. Is Being Human a story worth being told twice, especially when the remake premieres days before the original’s third season? Yes.


Monster trio begins second season of 'Being Human' on BBC America | 25 Jul 2010 // 2:40 AM

If you think the concept of "Being Human," the BBC's surprise hit series about a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost sharing an apartment, sounds

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