Last night, the final episode of the original Being Human aired in North America, revealing to us latecomers what Brits have known for some time now: How it all ends. And it was a fantastic way to end not just this series, but the show as a whole.
How do you start a war between vampires and werewolves? If you're the Devil, you bring in a temptress. And what begins as a quiet episode about friendship and betrayal turns into bloody chaos.
Crumb is back on this week's episode of Being Human, and he's set his sights on Alex. So which is worse, being quietly manipulated by the Devil, or having a romantic fish supper with Crumb?
Can a werewolf find success as a personal motivator? When Tom encounters TV personality and fellow werewolf Larry Chrysler, he thinks it's the perfect opportunity to unlock his hidden potential. But it turns out that lycanthropic weathermen have the same problems as everyone else.
"Oh my god, dead Victorian kids are so annoying!" As Alex moves on with her death on Being Human, she gets help from an unexpected source: an obnoxious hundred-years-dead ghost child. Meanwhile, the Devil makes his first move: stirring up a food fight between Tom and Hal.
The final season of the original Being Human has finally arrived on North American television sets, and the current roommate lineup is already brushing up against some big potential foes, including a shadowy government enterprise and the Devil himself.