In Syfy’s “Being Human,” vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer), ghost Sally (Meaghan Rath), and werewolves Josh (Sam Huntington) and Nora (Kristen Hager) share the creature comforts of their Boston brownstone while struggling to keep their supernatural secrets from the outside world. Together they strive to resist the temptations of their true paranormal natures and live lives that are as near to “normal” as possible.
Over the past three seasons, the supernatural roommates have done their level best to lead traditional, human lifestyles. Due to their true monstrous natures, however, some of their decisions and actions have ranged from questionable to disastrous! But, as the saying goes, everything happens for a reason and beginning with the Season 4 premiere on Monday, January 13 at 9/8c, it’s all coming back to haunt them!!!
Season 4 of “Being Human” picks up three months after last season’s finale with the roommates coping with Josh, who is permanently a wolf. Because the full moon now has a very different effect on him, Nora is driven to extremes in order to get her husband back for good. Meanwhile visitors from Aidan’s haunted past, including his maker Bishop and an elusive character bearing an uncanny likeness to his long lost wife Suzanna, collide with the present and Aidan is forced to make impossible decisions affecting those closest to him. Finally, in another realm altogether, Sally finds herself trapped alone with the witch, Donna, but her newfound magical powers may be more than either of them bargained for. Unbeknownst to all of them, a new and dark adversary threatens to destroy their family unit, rocking the very foundations of the life they’ve built together.
The 13-episode season features an array of returning guest stars including: Mark Pellegrino as Aidan’s vampire maker Bishop; Amy Aquino as Donna, a witch whose spells have a lingering effect on Sally; Kyle Schmid as Henry, Aidan’s original vampire protégé; Deanna Russo as Aidan’s girlfriend Kat; Jesse Rath as Sally’s brother Robbie; Sarah Allen as Rebecca, Aidan’s Season 1 love interest; Connor Price as Aidan’s abominable vampire “son” Kenny; and Katherine Isabelle as Aidan’s long lost wife Suzanna.
Executive producers on the series are Michael Prupas (“The Kennedys,” “Pillars of the Earth”), writer/showrunner Anna Fricke (“Men in Trees,” “Everwood”), Stefan Pleszczynski (“Motive,” “Flashpoint”), Rob Pursey and Toby Whithouse. Irene Litinsky (“Human Trafficking,” “The Phantom”) is series producer. "Being Human" is a Muse Entertainment production and is based on the acclaimed series created by Toby Whithouse and produced by Touchpaper