BBC’s final season of ‘Being Human’ to air on July 11 in the U.S.

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BBC’s final season of ‘Being Human’ to air on July 11 in the U.S.

For those American fans who have been waiting for the final season of the BBC original series, “Being Human” to air in America, the wait is almost over. Come July 11, BBC America will be airing the final season of the series. There are only 6 episodes that were made for this season

Many fans lost interest after the third season ended and when vampire Mitchell was killed by his roommate George. The few that stuck around for season four was even more upset when Nina, George, and Annie were killed.

The fifth and last season aired in Britain on March 10, 2013.

Here is the official synopsis of the final season per BBC.

Ghost Alex is adjusting to life after death with werewolf Tom but vampire Hal is in hell. Not because he’s chained up like an animal, but because he’s desperate to get his marigolds on the messy house. But when Tom and Alex decide to set him free, Hal’s wracked by uncertainty…can he control his bloodlust? Things get complicated with the return of Mr Rook, the shady figure whose government department protects the world from supernaturals. Having been fired from the café, Hal and Tom find new employment at the Barry Grand Hotel, home to poisonous pensioner Captain Hatch (Phil Davis). Unknown to our trio, his decrepit exterior hides an ancient evil that threatens not only their friendship but also the entire world.

So, will you be watching “Being Human” on BBC America on July 11?

What will you think the ending will be to the series?

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One thought on “BBC’s final season of ‘Being Human’ to air on July 11 in the U.S.

  1. I think I must have missed season 4.
    Somehow going between SYFY’s BEING HUMAN, and the BBC’s BEING HUMAN I missed season 4.
    Are season 4 reruns going to be shown.
    I need to be on the e-mail list for The BBC.
    I will be watching the last season!!!!!!!!!!!

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