Being Human


SyFy Cancels Being Human


SyFy has announced that Being Human will be cancelled following its remaining six episodes.

Being Human is presently in its fourth season with the April 7th episode being the last.

Syfy released the following statement:

“Showrunner Anna Fricke and the talented producers, writers, cast and crew have done an amazing job bringing this show to life over the past four seasons and we sincerely thank them and the series’ production company Muse Entertainment for their hard work. They’ve saved the best for last with the final six episodes that revisit the story’s beginning, leading to a not-to-be-missed send-off for Aidan, Sally, Josh and Nora.” 

Being Human is a re-imagining of the acclaimed BBC original series that follows four 20-something roommates: A ghost (Sally, played by Meaghan Rath), a vampire (Aidan, played by Sam Witwer) and two werewolves (Josh, played by Sam Huntington, and Nora, played by Kristen Hager) who are struggling to keep their dark secrets from the world, while also helping each other navigate the complexities of living double lives.

Updated: with cast “Thank You” video:


Syfy’s Lost Girl & Being Human Return In January

SyFy sent over a batch of promos and previews for the next episodes of Lost Girl and Being Human as the series return in January.


Lost Girl—Premieres Monday, January 13, 2014 at 8/7c.

Una Mens – Season Preview

SUMMARY: This January, the Fae have a new foe. Don’t miss Bo’s return on Monday, January 13 at 8/7c!

Alternate Universe – Season Preview

SUMMARY: Looks like our ‘Lost Girl’ isn’t the only who’s lost. Check out a new season of Lost Girl this January!


Being Human—Premieres Monday, January 13, 2014 at 9/8c.

Being Human, Season Four – Preview

SUMMARY: They’re back! Your favorite vampire, ghost and werewolves return Jan. 13 in Being Human, only on Syfy.

Counting Doors – Recap Clip

SUMMARY: How many times do you recall seeing a door appear for Sally or one of her ghostly friends? Refresh yourself now with our exclusive Counting Doors video until Being Human returns Jan. 13 at 9|8c only on Syfy.


SyFy: Watch The First 4 Minutes Of Tonight’s Being Human

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:5583:]]SyFy sent over the first four minutes of tonight’s episode of Being Human.

The footage was unlocked as part of a Twitter campaign.


Being Human – Airs Mondays at 9/8c.

Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Mouth – First Four Minutes

SUMMARY: Liam is hunting vampires, while Aidan starts to have vivid nightmares.  


Amy Manson As Wonder Woman For CW’s Amazon?

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:5062:]]The new Wonder Woman television show, “Amazon,” that is in the works from the CW apparently has a front runner for the lead role with Amy Manson.

It’s being reported by that Manson, age 27, a Scottish actress, has made it through two auditions for the role of what was said to be a younger Diana first making her way to the world of man.

(Regarding her age, that’s not that big of a deal as an older Tom Welling played a teenage Clark Kent in Smallville.)

Amy Manson is known for her roles in the UK version of Being Human as well as Torchwood, Casualty, Marple, and Desperate Romantics.

We previously heard from CW President Mark Pedowitz who recently said that they were busy casting the role and waiting for the script.

Here’s a previous description of “Amazon” (Iris is the codename for Diana):

She comes from a remote, secluded country and until now has spent most of her life as a soldier and a leader on the battlefield. Because of relentless brutality of her life at home, Iris looks at our world with absolute awe and astonishment. She’s delighted ­and just as often horrified ­ by the aspects of everyday life that we take for granted: skyscrapers, traffic, ice cream. It’s all new and fascinating and sometimes slightly troubling ­to her.

Iris is completely unschooled in our world, our culture, our customs. And she’s completely inexperienced at interpersonal relationships. She has no social filter, does not suffer fools, and tends to do and say exactly what’s on her mind at all times. She’s bluntly, refreshingly honest. She can tell when you’re lying to her. And she doesn’t have time or patience for politics or tact because she’s too busy trying to experience everything our world has to offer.

There are too many sights to see ­and things to learn ­and people to care for. Hers is a true, noble, and generous heart. And she will fight and die for the people she loves. Iris is a fierce warrior with the innocent heart of a romantic ­and she will fight to the death to make the world safe for innocents and true romantics everywhere.


SyFy Continuum, Being Human & Lost Girl New Preview Clips

SyFy’s Powerful Mondays begins next week with the premiere episode of Continuum as well as new episodes for Being Human and Lost Girl.

SyFy sent over preview clips for each of the episodes.


Continuum—Series Premieres Monday at 8/7c.

A Stitch in Time – Sneak Peek

SUMMARY: See the beginning of the time-traveling drama of Continuum unfold as we watch the Liber8 escape their impending execution.

Being Human— Premieres Monday at 9/8c.

It’s a Shame About Ray – Sneak Peek

SUMMARY: Aidan is dug up & freed! Or is he? Our favorite vampire may be out of the ground, but he’s not out of trouble yet.

Lost Girl—Premieres Monday at 10/9c.

Caged Fae – Sneak Peek

SUMMARY: Bo is back. And she’s going a little wild. See a sneak peek of the premiere of Lost Girl.


SyFy Being Human, Lost Girl & Continuum Promo Clips

SyFy’s Powerful Mondays begins next week with all-new episodes of Being Human and Lost Girl, in addition to the series debut of Continuum.

SyFy sent over a few promo videos to show off to help us get excited for the upcoming episodes.


Powerful Mondays—Premieres Monday, Jan 14 at 9/8c.

Being Human, Lost Girl & Continuum – Promo Clip

SUMMARY: Next week, your Mondays are going to get passionate, dangerous and powerful. See clips of the upcoming Powerful Mondays line-up: Being HumanContinuum & Lost Girl.

Continuum—Premieres Monday, Jan 14 at 8/7c.

Series  Premiere – Promo Clip

SUMMARY: Control the past. Save the future. Syfy’s new series, Continuum premieres next Monday at 8/7c.

Being Human—Premieres Monday, Jan 14 at 9/8c.

The Problem – Promo Clip

SUMMARY: We all have one secret wish. The problem is, sometimes you get what you ask for.

The Price – Promo Clip

SUMMARY: What’s the price of getting what you wish for?

Lost Girl—Premieres Monday, Jan 14 at 10/9c.

Season 3 Premiere – Promo Clip

SUMMARY: This January, Bo messes around… With Destiny. Lost Girl is back with the exciting premiere of Season Three.


Being Human & Lost Girl Return With Continuum On SyFy Powerful Mondays

Press Release








NEW YORK – January 2, 2013 – Syfy’s Powerful Mondays programming block returns on Monday, January 14, kicking off with the premiere of the new original series Continuum at 8PM (ET/PT), followed by the season three returns of hit programs Being Human at 9PM and Lost Girl at 10PM.

CONTINUUM – 8PM – The time-traveling police drama Continuum stars Rachel Nichols (Star TrekCriminal Minds) as Kiera Cameron, a cop from the future who finds herself trapped in the present day. When a group of fanatical terrorists escapes their planned execution in 2077 by vaulting back in time to 2012, they inadvertently sweep along Kiera, a dedicated City Protective Services officer.  With unexpected assistance from teen tech genius Alec Sadler, played by Erik Knudsen (Jericho, Scream 4), Kiera infiltrates the local police department and forms an uneasy alliance with her new partner, detective Carlos Fonnegra, portrayed by Victor Webster (Castle, Melrose Place). Though desperate to get back to her husband and son, Kiera concentrates on bringing down the terrorists before they change the course of history. Executive producers ofContinuum are Simon Barry (The Art of War), Jeff King (Stargate SG-1, White Collar), Tom Rowe (Tin Man), Pat Williams (Smallville) and Reunion Pictures. The series premiere, “A Stitch in Time,” is written by Simon Barry and directed by Jon Cassar (24, Terra Nova).

BEING HUMAN – 9PM – Being Human stars Sam Witwer (Aidan), Meaghan Rath (Sally) and Sam Huntington (Josh) as three paranormal roommates (a vampire, ghost and werewolf) all trying to hold onto the remnants of their human lives while sharing each other’s secrets and a Boston brownstone. Kristen Hager, who has played Josh’s girlfriend Nora (also a werewolf) for the past two seasons, becomes a series regular this season.

The new season of Being Human picks up 15 months after the events of last season’s riveting finale which ended with Aidan buried alive as punishment from vampire leader Mother, Sally lost in a state of limbo, and Josh’s plot to kill Ray, his werewolf “maker,” endangering Nora instead.  Season 3 features new and returning guest stars including Mark Pellegrino, Amy Aquino, Xander Berkeley, Bobby Campo and Kyle Schmid.

Being Human is a Muse Entertainment production in association with ZODIAK USA. It is based on the acclaimed series created by Toby Whithouse and produced by Touchpaper. Executive producers are Michael Prupas (The KennedysPillars of the Earth), Anna Fricke (Men in TreesEverwood) who is also showrunner and writer, Jeremy Carver (Supernatural), and Rob Pursey & Toby Whithouse. Irene Litinsky (Human TraffickingThe Phantom) is series producer.

LOST GIRL – 10PM – The victory in the final battle of Season 2 has created new alliances for Bo (series star Anna Silk) along with reinvigorating old enemies, like “The Morrigan,” played by Emmanuelle Vaugier (Two and a Half Men, Human Target), whom Bo crossed in an attempt to bring peace to the Faedom. Now Bo, who until now has refused to pick a side, will be forced to make a deadly decision. Among the guest stars will be Linda Hamilton (“Terminator”) and joining the Lost Girl cast this season is Rachel Skarsten (The Vow, Flashpoint) in a recurring role as “Tamsin,” a thrill-seeking, sexy new Fae who ruffles many feathers. Returning for season three are Kris Holden-Ried (The Tudors, Underworld 4) as “Dyson”; Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected, Black Swan) as “Kenzi”; Zoie Palmer (The Guard, Instant Star) as “Lauren”; Rick Howland (Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries) as “Trick” and K.C. Collins (Owning Mahowny, Doomstown) as “Hale.”Lost Girl is a Prodigy Pictures Production in association with Shaw Media. Executive producers are Emily Andras, Plato Fountidakis, Paul Rapovski and Jay Firestone with Vanessa Piazza serving as a Co-Producer.

Syfy is a media destination for imagination-based entertainment. With year round acclaimed original series, events, blockbuster movies, classic science fiction and fantasy programming, a dynamic Web site (, and a portfolio of adjacent business (Syfy Ventures), Syfy is a passport to limitless possibilities. Originally launched in 1992 as SCI FI Channel, and currently in more than 98 million homes, Syfy is a network of NBCUniversal, one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies. (Syfy. Imagine greater.)


Live Tweet With Being Human’s Sam Huntington; Appearing on Warehouse 13 Tonight

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:616:]]Being Human‘s Sam Huntington is appearing on tonight’s episode of Warehouse 13, “There’s Always A Downside,” on the SyFy channel, and in conjunction, Huntington and SyFy are holding a live tweet event.

Fans of Being Human and Warehouse 13 can follow Sam Huntington on Twitter @SammyHuntington to participate.

The event will begin at 8:45pm EST and continue throughout the Warehouse 13 episode, which starts at 9pm EST.

Cosmic Book News previously interviewed Huntington about his Season 2 appearance for SyFy’s Face Off, and the actor is also known for portraying Jimmy Olsen in Superman Returns.

Huntington plays Josh Levison, the werewolf, on Being Human.

Here’s a preview of tonight’s episode of Warehouse 13:

“Could an artifact be behind a sudden rash of geniuses at an east coast prep school?”


SYFY’s Comic-Con 2012 Panels and Info: Defiance, Alphas, Warehouse 13, Being Human

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:2142:]]SyFy will be in attendance at this year’s San Diego Comic Con with the following panels:

PANEL:    6:45 PM- 7:45 PM    ROOM 6DE
Syfy and Trion unite television and gaming in the biggest entertainment event of 2013: Defiance. Grant Bowler (Nolan), Julie Benz (Amanda Rosewater), Stephanie Leonidas (Irisa), Tony Curran (Datak Tarr), Jaime Murray (Stahma Tarr), Mia Kirshner (Kenya), Kevin Murphy (Executive Producer), Nick Beliaeff (SVP, Development, Trion Worlds), Rob Hill (Senior Producer, Trion Worlds) and Mark Stern (President, Syfy Original Content & Co-Head UCP) discuss how Defiance defies everything you know about conventional storytelling. Moderated by Geoff Boucher (Los Angeles Times).
PANEL:  10:00 AM-10:45 AM    BALLROOM 20
America’s top-secret, artifact-finding agents have landed at Comic Con. Join stars Eddie McClintock (Pete Lattimer), Joanne Kelly (Myka Bering), Saul Rubinek (Artie Nielsen), and Allison Scagliotti (Claudia Donovan) along with Executive Producer Jack Kenny for a look inside the new season of Syfy’s blockbuster series Warehouse 13. Moderated by Damian Holbrook (TV Guide Magazine).
Alphas are among us… especially at Comic Con.  Join a panel featuring the stars of Syfy’s Alphas as they discuss the show’s exciting new season.  Alphas stars David Strathairn, Malik Yoba, Warren Christie, Azita Ghanizada, Ryan Cartwright and Laura Mennell.  Moderated by Geoff Boucher (Los Angeles Times).
This panel is a beast. Stars Sam Witwer (Aidan) Meaghan Rath (Sally), and Sam Huntington (Josh) join Executive Producer Anna Fricke to discuss the forthcoming third season of Syfy’s hit series about a vampire, ghost and werewolf – all just trying to be human. Moderated by Drusilla Moorhouse (

SyFy’s Monster Man, Being Human & Lost Girl Sneak Peek Preview Clips For April 4th and 9th

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1216:]]SyFy sent over the following sneak peek preview clips for the next episodes of Monster Man, Being Human and Lost Girl.


In Monster Man, the team draw sketches for creating a mega spider and produces larger than life patterns and begins to cut pieces out of foam. Watch as Cleve takes you through the process and tune in for an all new episode of Monster Man tomorrow at 10/9c.
In Being Human, Josh contemplates over how he plans on killing Ray while Sally recommends that he wear a different shirt to avoid getting gun powder over her favorite shirt. Watch the all new sneak peek to see what other suggestions Sally has in getting rid of Josh’s little friend. Catch the season finale on Monday, April 9th at 9/8c.
In the season finale of Lost Girl, Bo’s personal life gets even more complicated when she learns devastating details about her past, including the identity of her real mother. Catch the all new sneak peek and watch what happens when Dyson believes to be in bed with Bo. The season finale of Lost Girl premieres Monday, April 9th at 10/9c.
Monster Man – Airs – Wednesday, April 4th @ 10/9c
“Between Arachnid and Hard Place”- Sneak Peek 

Being Human – Airs – Monday, April 9th @ 9/8c
“It’s My Party and I’ll Die if I Want To”– Sneak Peek 

Lost Girl – Airs – Monday, April 9th @ 10/9c on Syfy
‘Blood Lines’ – Sneak Peek


SyFy’s Merlin (Season Finale), Being Human and Lost Girl Previews For Mar 30th and Apr 2nd

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1142:]]SyFy sent over preview sneak peeks at episodes of Merlin, Being Human and Lost Girl.

I watched last week’s episode of Merlin and it was pretty darn good! I’ve never been into the show that much, but I found the episode absolutely enthralling!

Can’t wait for the season finale.


In the season finale of Merlin, we see Arthur and his men in the forest, escaping defeat my Morgana’s army. Merlin advises the men to continue on without him as he uses magic to cover his tracks but summons the Great Dragon instead. Tune in to season finale this Friday at 10/9c!
In Lost Girl, Saskia unexpectedly drops by to see Bo and tries to convince her to a night on the town but Bo declines. Watch the sneak peek as tensions heat up when Saskia doesn’t quite know when to quit.
In Being Human, Josh asks Sally what he should do about the secret he’s holding from Julia. Could Josh’s wolf horrifically destroy the thing he loves most? Catch the sneak peek and tune in to the all new episode this Monday to find out if Josh can make things right.
Merlin – Airs – Friday, March 30th @ 10/9c on Syfy
‘The Sword in the Stone – Part 2’ – Sneak Peek

Being Human – Airs – Monday, April 2nd @ 9/8c
“Partial Eclipse Of The Heart”– Sneak Peek 

Lost Girl – Airs – Monday, April 2nd @ 10/9c
‘(Dis) Members Only’ – Sneak Peek


SyFy’s Merlin, Being Human and Lost Girl Sneak Peeks For March 23 & 26

SyFy sent over the following preview sneak peeks for the next episodes of Merlin, Being Human and Lost Girl.


In this week’s episode of Merlin, Morgana’s Southron army closes a deadly net around Camelot. Morgana’s forces capture Camelot, while Arthur goes to see his uncle’s treachery. Catch the all new sneak peek and tune in to the episode this Friday at 10/9c.
The lives of Aidan, Sally and Josh are turned upside down by people from their pasts in this week’s episode of Being Human. Aidan’s mother returns while Josh’s relationship is at stake when someone from his past surfaces. Be sure to tune in this Monday, March 26th at 9/8c to see who the presence from the past is! 
In next week’s episode of Lost Girl, Dyson’s apparent murder of a Dark Fae is complicated by his lack of memory and apparent links to Vex. Bo and Kenzie try to figure out what exactly happened to Dyson and attempt to figure out who the real killer is.

Merlin – Airs – Friday, March 23rd @ 10/9c
‘The Sword in the Stone – Part 1’ – Sneak Peek

Being Human – Airs – Monday, March 26th @ 9/8c on Syfy
‘Don’t Fear The Scott’ – Sneak Peek

Lost Girl – Airs – Monday, March 26th @ 10/9c on Syfy
‘Faetal Justice’ – Sneak Peek


SyFy’s Merlin, Being Human and Lost Girl Sneak Peeks For Feb 24th and 27th

SyFy sent over the following preview trailer sneak peeks for the next episodes of Merlin, Being Human and Lost Girl Sneak Peeks.


In our Merlin Sneak Peek, the Knights of Camelot enter into a swordfight with several bandits that have captured a waifish girl. After their defeat, the bandits scurry away, leaving the girl behind. Tune in to an all new episode as the unknown girl might hold the secret to a plague decimating the men of Guinevere’s home village.
In Lost Girl, Bo pays a visit to Lauren after she reports of feeling ill but doesn’t seem to find anything out of the ordinary. Kenzi abruptly walks in a claims she is not feeling well either and while Lauren begins to examine her, Bo finds herself imagining the two in a somewhat intimate setting. Tune in Lost Girl as Bo, Kenzi, and Hale face a paranoid nightmare after being bitten by a spider-like Fae.
In Being Human, Sally races down the steps to of the brownstone and finds the house in disarray. She calls out to ask whoever is causing this to stop but finds herself being faced with the mysterious force that’s been hunting her. Catch the all new sneak peek and tune in next Monday for an all new episode.
Merlin – Airs – Friday, February 24th @ 10/9c
‘Lamia’ – Sneak Peek

Being Human – Airs – Monday, February 27th @ 9/8c
‘The Ties That Blind’ – Sneak Peek

Lost Girl – Airs – Monday, February 27th @ 10/9c
‘Arachnofaebia’ – Sneak Peek


SyFy’s Merlin, Being Human and Lost Girl Sneak Peeks For Feb 17th and 20th

SyFy sent over sneak peeks at the next episodes of Merlin, Being Human and Lost Girl.

In a Sneak Peek from this week’s episode of Merlin, Morgana has kidnapped Gaius because she believes he knows the whereabouts of Emerus.  When Merlin goes searching to find Gaius, Morgana corners him in the cave and threatens to kill him.  Little does she know that she already has Emerus trapped.  Will Merlin be able to escape with his secret intact?  Tune in Friday at 10/9c to find out.
In a clip from next week’s all-new episode of Being Human, Josh is in the midst of making dinner when two cops burst into the kitchen yelling at him to put his hands up.  Taken by surprise, Josh is handcuffed while the cops tell him that they have found his “stack of dead”.
Next week’s episode of Lost Girl sees Bo and Lauren searching for a cure for a disease that’s killing Kenzi.  In this sneak peek, Bo uses her powers to subdue a security guard and even manages not to suck all the life out of him.  However, while she is congratulating herself on not killing the man, he regains enough strength to stand up and point a gun at her.  Will she have to resort to killing another person to save Kenzi?  Find out next Monday at 10/9c.
Merlin – Airs – Friday, February 17th @ 10/9c
‘The Secret Sharer’

Being Human – Airs – Monday, February 20th @ 9/8c
‘Mama Said There’d Be Decades Like This’ – Sneak Peek

Lost Girl – Airs – Monday, February 20th @ 10/9c
‘Food for Thought’ – Sneak Peek


SyFY’s Being Human Gets Renewed For Season 3


Hot off the heels of the recent announcement that SyFy’s popular makeup and special effects reality TV series, Face Off, has been renewed for a third season, comes the announcement that Being Human gets a Season 3 as well.

Being Human stars “Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington as vampire Aidan, ghost Sally and werewolf Josh who share the creature comforts of home in a Boston brownstone.  Together the three roommates struggle to keep their supernatural secrets and resist individual temptations as they strive to live lives that are as near to normal as possible.”

See below for more.


Press Release


Second Season-To-Date Delivers Double Digit Audience Growth Over
Season One in Key Demos and Total Viewers
NEW YORK, NY – February 8, 2012 – Syfy is ordering a third season (13 episodes) of its hit drama series Being Human, it was announced today by Mark Stern, President of Original Content, Syfy and Co-Head of Original Content, Universal Cable Productions. The announcement comes just four episodes into the 13-episode second season, which premiered on Monday, January 16.
To date, viewership for the second season has increased by an impressive +27% in Adults 18-49, +35% in Adults 25-54 and +15% in total viewers.
With newly-released Live +7 data factored in, the season two premiere of Being Human (January 16, 2012 at 9PM ET/PT) delivered a 1.7 HH rating representing 1.4 million Adults 25-54 (a series high for the demo and +18% over the first season premiere), 1.4 million Adults 18-49 (second highest ranking in the demo and +12% over the season one premiere) and 2.4 million total viewers (the second most-watched episode of any season and +3% over the season one premiere).
With women comprising 52% of the total audience for premiere episodes this season, Being Human remains Syfy’s most female-skewing scripted series ever.
“With the success of season two, ‘Being Human’ has become a premier destination for Syfy viewers,” said Stern.  â€œJeremy Carver and Anna Fricke have taken this series to new heights this year and we’re excited to see where the third season will go.”
Being Human stars Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington as vampire Aidan, ghost Sally and werewolf Josh who share the creature comforts of home in a Boston brownstone.  Together the three roommates struggle to keep their supernatural secrets and resist individual temptations as they strive to live lives that are as near to normal as possible.
Executive Producers are Michael Prupas (The Kennedys, Pillars of the Earth), Jeremy Carver (Supernatural) and Anna Fricke (Men in Trees, Everwood) who are both writers/showrunners, Adam Kane (The Mentalist, Heroes), and Rob Pursey and Toby Whithouse. Irene Litinsky (Human Trafficking, The Phantom) is series Producer.
Being Human is a Muse Entertainment production in association with Zodiak USA. It is based on the acclaimed series, Being Human, created by Toby Whithouse and produced by Touchpaper Television, part of Zodiak Media.
Zodiak Rights hold worldwide rights to the new series.
About Zodiak USA
Zodiak USA is the North American operations for Zodiak Media, the leading independent in entertainment, factual, drama and kids programming. Zodiak USA’s credits include Secret Millionaire (ABC), Celebrity Wife Swap (ABC) and Hardcore Pawn (truTV).  Zodiak Media consists of 45 production companies operating in 20 countries including the US, the UK, France, Italy, Spain, Scandinavia and Russia.  Zodiak Rights, the international rights business of Zodiak Media, boasts a growing catalogue of around 15,000 hours of content. For more information visit and
About Muse Entertainment Enterprises
Muse Entertainment is a leading film and television production company known for its well-crafted and high-quality productions. Since its founding in 1998, Muse has produced, co-produced or provided production services on more than 150 TV movies and mini-series, television series and feature films and has won 95 awards and garnered 299 award nominations!
Another of Muse Entertainment’s recent television series, Bomb Girls, has  been reordered for a second season. In 2011, its topical, 8-hr. historical. drama, The Kennedys,  earned 10 Emmy Award nominations. Its Pillars of the Earth also won awards. Muse’s other award-winning programs are Durham County (Seasons 1,2,3), Ben Hur, The Last Templar, Impact, Human Trafficking, Answered by Fire, This is Wonderland and Tales from the Neverending Story.
The company’s head office and its Quebec production centre are in Montreal. Muse also maintains development and production operations in Toronto and Los Angeles.
About Syfy
Syfy is a media destination for imagination-based entertainment. With year round acclaimed original series, events, blockbuster movies, classic science fiction and fantasy programming, a dynamic Web site (, and a portfolio of adjacent business (Syfy Ventures), Syfy is a passport to limitless possibilities. Originally launched in 1992 as SCI FI Channel, and currently in more than 98 million homes, Syfy is a network of NBCUniversal, one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies. (Syfy. Imagine greater.)

Syfy’s Merlin, Being Human, Lost Girl: New Sneak Peek Previews

SyFy sent over the following preview sneak peek vidoes for the next episodes of Merlin, Being Human and Lost Girl.


In our first Merlin clip, the King and his knights travel through the Valley of the Fallen Kings when they are attacked by a large group of men. Merlin is able to save Arthur from a speeding attacker but isn’t so lucky when he’s struck by another and is fallen to the ground. Catch an all new episode this Friday at 10/9c as Merlin falls under Morgana’s power, becoming a deadly weapon in her fight for supremacy.

In Lost Girl, Bo discusses being van napped with her culprit and in turn asks for her help. He claims that his niece, Cassy is an oracle and can help her figure out her past, though upon her entrance, she doesn’t seem cut out for the job. Tune-in to an all new episode of Lost Girl on Monday, February 13th to watch as Bo stands to learn the secrets of her past when a Dark Fae with a problem comes calling.

In Being Human, Josh walks into the kitchen and notices Sally with her head down on the counter and jokes about having a rough night. Sally finally lifts her head and looks pale as ever and puts the boys at shock. She says she’s been experimenting with a woman, using her body to do things she is not able to do as a ghost. Watch the all-new sneak peek to see things tense up as Aidan and Josh learn about Sally’s love triangle.

Merlin – Airs – Friday, February 10th @ 10/9c
‘A Servant of Two Masters’ – Sneak Peek
Being Human – Airs – Monday, February 13th @ 9/8c
‘Addicted to Love’ – Sneak Peek


Lost Girl – Airs – Monday, February 13th @ 10/9c
‘Dead Lucky’ – Sneak Peek


Interview: Being Human’s Sam Huntington Barks At The Moon: Talks SyFy’s Face Off


Sam Huntington, the star of SyFy’s hit show Being Human, as well as known for playing Clark Kent’s pal, Jimmy Olsen, in Superman Returns, will be appearing on this Wednesday’s episode of Face Off, SyFy’s special effects and make-up reality TV show.

Huntington will offer up his expertise as the contestants are tasked with creating a trauma victim that has been bitten by a werewolf. Of course, Huntington is no stranger to barking at the moon himself, as he plays Josh Levison, the werewolf, in Being Human. So who better to decide the fate of a contestant, as Sam decides which participant gets immunity in the episode of Face Off titled, “Dangerous Beauty.”

Huntington participated in a conference call, of which Cosmic Book News was present, and talked about the upcoming episode.

“I judge a Foundation Challenge, which is the first challenge of the episode,” Huntington said about his role in the episode. “It basically grants immunity to one of the contestants and puts, unfortunately, a couple in the bottom.”

Huntington, a self-confessed huge fan of the show, actually approached SyFy’s Co-head of Original content, Mark Stern, about appearing.

“I had been thinking how cool the show Face Off is, I really enjoy it because I’ve done so much prosthetic makeup. But also that I might be able to – it might be kind of a cool cross promotion,” Huntington stated rather enthusiastically. “So I talked to the president of production, Mark Stern, at the Paley Center in New York and I just suggested it to him. I said, ‘It’d be really cool if I could maybe do an episode of that Face Off show. I think it would be really, really fun and hopefully get both shows to benefit.’ And he immediately was like, ‘Oh yes, that’s a great idea.’ And so, as so many of these things go, you kind of forget about it. I made the suggestion and I was like, ‘Oh, maybe it’ll happen.’ And then sure enough, Syfy followed through with it and then created this Foundation Challenge. Kind of tailor-made it to what I know, as far as makeup, and so yes, the rest is history.”

As Face Off is a reality show, Huntington remarks about the tension present. Cosmic Book News was afforded an early look at the episode, and we can state that the tension that is a result of Sam’s decision continues throughout to the very end of the episode – and beyond, which is a first for this season.

“They pretty much kept to themselves, and I was only there for like three plus hours,” Huntington tells Cosmic Book News. “So I didn’t really get the full drama of the behind the scenes between the contestants. But yes, I mean I can say that when I had to put two of the contestants in the bottom, it was very uncomfortable. You could slice the tension with a knife, it was awful — it was awful.”


Cosmic Book News then asked Huntington if he was able to get any indication of a winner from the start. The actor admits it was difficult as they all looked good, but when he took a closer look, there was an obvious choice.

“Actually, you know what, they were all so fantastic. All the makeups were so great that nothing was glaring, you know,” Huntington said of the werewolf trauma victims’ special effects. “It really took getting right up to them and looking them over and inspecting each aspect of the makeup to make a decision. But then yes, after that, there was in my mind a clear winner. And a clear – and unfortunately, a clear loser. After that, I walked off the set and called my wife immediately, and I was like, ‘That was both one of the coolest things I’ve ever done and one of the most difficult things I’ve ever had to do.’ So it was tough — it was tough.”

While Sam did have to choose only one contestant who would get immunity, he says that all of the participants did do a great job, and would definitely sign on for another episode of Face Off if the opportunity presented itself.

“I really, really, really enjoyed my time on Face Off. Not only was everyone super sweet and really professional and smart, and the show is just awesome, but it was just cool to see these people who are just doing the work that they are passionate about. And it had nothing to do with acting. You know what I mean; it had nothing to do with normal narrative production. So it was a really, really interesting experience, and one that I really hope I get to do again. I hope that if we get another season of Being Human and they get another — I’m sure they’re going to get another few seasons of Face Off — then I could get to go back and do it again. I would lie in front of a bus to do it again.”

Huntington even offers his thoughts on what episode’s creature he would pick, much to the detriment of students everywhere!

“How about like – oh I got one. How about like a demon principal, like a high school principal. You can imagine a villain that’s a principal of high school, right? [He has a] big long yard stick, for some reason I picture that, you know. That’s the weapon – with a sharpened, maybe with just a nail in the end of it. And after they’re done maiming you, they draw a chalk outline around you. You know what I mean?”

Huntington admits how impressed he was with Face Off, and compliments the show’s host, McKenzie Westmore, as well.

“It was bigger than I think I expected. The production value was quite high and I was impressed by the crew and I was impressed by how streamlined their process is. I didn’t expect the production to be as big as it is. It’s a really big, impressive production. So it’s pretty cool. And McKenzie Westmore, too, was an extremely impressive person. Beautiful and talented and smart and geeky just like me. So that was cool.”

Face Off airs Wednesday, February 8th at 10pm ET on Syfy, and also stars special guest judge Vivica A. Fox. Check out a preview below with Sam Huntington.

Being Human airs Mondays at 9pm ET on SyFy.

Face Off – Airs – Wednesday, February 8th @ 10/9c
‘Dangerous Beauty’ – Sneak Peek


SYFY’s Being Human and Lost Girl Preview Clips For Feb. 6th

SYFY sent over the following preview clips for episodes of Being Human and Lost Girl that premiere on Monday, February 6th.


In Being Human, Josh asks Sally and Aidan if he looks extra “wolfy” today and while Sally responds by saying no, Josh proceeds to explain that he was approached by another werewolf and was asked to help her release her werewolf brother from the pysch ward. A shocked Sally asks why and he continues on by stating that he looked harmless and that he was afraid that he’d impose more harm institutionalized. Catch the sneak peek for Being Human to find out what other plans each of them have in the coming episode.
In Lost Girl, Dysons investigates what happened to Olivia and asks if she was seen with the weapon or the head and Bo finds herself in the hot seat. He asks her why she brought them back to her place and she states that her last meal left her unsatisfied, speaking of her last encounter with Dyson. Tune-in to an all new episode of Lost Girl and watch as Bo faces the wrath of a fury scorned and deals with rejection from Dyson.
Being Human – Airs – Monday, February 6th @ 9/8c
‘(I Loathe You) For Sentimental Reasons’ – Sneak Peek
Lost Girl – Airs – Monday, February 6th @ 10/9c
‘Faetal Attraction’ – Sneak Peek