Congratulations to the class of 1999. You all proved more or less adequate. This is a time of celebration, so sit still and be quiet.
Do you have your tissues handy? Because, trust me, if the end of this season doesn’t leave you a sobbing mess, well, I just don’t know. As the police gawk at the unphotographable Mitchell, he pleads with Annie to help him get out. She doesn’t want him to get out, though. He tells her that […]
Our flashback opens twenty years ago. Herrick certainly knew how to run the dog fights better than anyone we’ve seen. There are balloons, he’s dressed as a ringleader, it’s very circus-like. In the cage, a man in a suit cowers in the corner as a naked man lays in the middle of the floor, dead. […]
George and Nina need some advice only another werewolf can give. Mitchell and Annie take their relationship to the next level, but Mitchell worries that he can’t escape his fate.
There’s another dead girl in town, but she’s a rotting zombie instead of a nice, clean ghost like Annie. Also, Nina’s got some unsettling news and Mitchell’s got a stalker.
The roommates move to Barrie Island, Wales. George and Nina run into problems with their first transformation in the new place, but they’re not the only werewolves around. Mitchell goes to purgatory to find Annie and has to face up to his past.
As George, Annie and Nina get ready for release at the Institute, Mitchell has some unfinished business with Lucy Jaggat.
George makes a mistake, Annie makes a decision and Mitchell makes a final turn toward the dark.
Lucy and Mitchell deal with the Morning After, George takes a step towards domesticity and Annie takes a step toward moving on.
Annie and George get domestic as Mitchell gets a little wild and proves that a tiger never changes his stripes.
Mitchell finds out that once the system breaks down, all hell breaks loose as George deals with the loss of Nina and Annie tries to find purpose as an invisible Matchmaker. On the bad side of things, Professor Jaggat finally makes a long-awaited debut.
Annie goes on a date, Mitchell is visited by an old friend and George and Nina try to work things out. Spoiler alert: Nothing ends well for anybody. Welcome to Season 2!
A month after George killed Herrick, the roommates try to adjust to normal life again, but George has some residual issues and Nina’s got a secret she’s hesitant to share.
If you’ve been following our recaps and/or watching Being Human on Syfy this year, you’ve probably heard reference to the fact that it’s a remake of a British show that recently finished its third season. If you haven’t dipped your feet into the original series, now is a great time to start.
Bishop and Aidan finally face off as the family tries to stay together. Get out the Kleenex, kids.