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Being Human Season 3 interviews

by on Dec.29, 2012, under Television

The third season of Being Human is just over two weeks away (it debuts on Monday, January 14th, at 9/8c), and we’ve got some more interviews with the cast and writer/producer Anna Fricke…and our thoughts on the first couple episodes of the new season! First, the interviews…then if you don’t mind potentially minor spoilers (I will try not to give any real spoilers – probably stuff you’d guess), read on to the end.


The cast of Being Human talk about the differences between season three and the other seasons.

It’s the first day of shooting for season three of Being Human and Sam Huntington and Meaghan Rath are ready to go.

Sam Huntington shares his feelings about working with the cast again for season three.

A new addition to season three, Amy Aquino (Dr. Coburn in ER), talks about her character, Donna.

Being Human Executive Producer Anna Fricke talks about the relationship between the cast as well as what monsters they might decide to being on the show.

Below here are what could be considered some minor spoilers, so if you want to be 100% surprised, stop reading, but I really won’t reveal anything important. But there is so much I want to say… 🙂

Season 3 picks up 15 months after the events of the end of Season 2…which means things have transpired in between – but we do see some flashbacks.

At the end of Season 2, Aidan was buried alive as punishment by Mother. Being a vampire, he won’t die – but being underground in a coffin for 15 months didn’t do anything for his mental state.

Josh and Nora tracked down Ray to kill him in the hopes that it would make then human again…at the end, a gunshot was heard. Well, now we find out what happened – and who may – or may not – have been cured.

Sally shredded herself, in the hopes she could find Stevie and Nick, her friends that were shredded, and bring them back from limbo.

In the first episode, we see at least some resolution to the cliffhangers – but it is obvious that there are lingering effects – physical, mental and with their relationships. Many more questions come up.

In the second episode, we see more about how things have changed – not only with the characters, but the dynamic between the vampires and the werewolves. And a little revenge form someone we haven’t seen before…

Season 3 is pushing right ahead full-steam…it will be interesting to see how things continue to change.


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