Being Human (2011–2014)
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There Goes the Neighborhood: Part 1 

In the city of Boston, a vampire and a werewolf try to lead normal lives while living in the same house with a ghost.


Adam Kane


Toby Whithouse (format created by), Jeremy Carver (developer) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sam Witwer ... Aidan Waite
Meaghan Rath ... Sally Malik
Sam Huntington ... Josh Levison
Sarah Allen ... Rebecca Flynt
Gianpaolo Venuta ... Danny Angeli
Mark Pellegrino ... James Bishop
Alison Louder ... Emily
Katy Breier ... Cara
Vincent Leclerc ... Marcus
Rhiannon Moller-Trotter ... Jackie
Nick Walker ... Officer Tim
Angela Galuppo ... Bridget
Ivan Smith Ivan Smith ... Blood Den Proprietor
Peter Vrana Peter Vrana ... Bar Guy
Michelle McHugh Michelle McHugh ... Beautiful Woman Donor (as Michelle Mc Hugh)


Aiden, a vampire, and Josh, a werewolf, try to lead normal lives in Boston. But things start to get complicated when Aiden finds it hard to be around blood and Josh finds out that his sister has come to town expecting him to give answers to why he, mysteriously, left the family. Above all, the two now live in a house together with a Sally, a ghost. Written by Chris Green

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Drama | Fantasy | Horror



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Release Date:

17 January 2011 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Sally: Oh, ladies and gentleman, the Bobsey twins! I am God, I am everywhere, I drive all night just to get back home.
Aidan: Are you trying to scare us with Bon Jovi?
Sally: You can hear me?
Aidan: Yeah.
Josh: You went searching for drug change in the wrong couch cushions lady, I'm calling the cops.
Aidan: Josh?
Josh: What?
Aidan: She's a ghost.
Josh: Shut up. You're a ghost?
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Not Bad Actually
18 January 2011 | by halfrocentric1975See all my reviews

I was skeptical after seeing the American remake of Shameless and it being such a rip off of the original Brit series. I just knew that a Syfi, Canadian remake of Being Human had to be even worse then if it was a US remake.

I have to admit that I was pleased. I also saw the Brit version online and loved it. I am hungry for season 3. I really didn't want to see another shameless rip off and I didn't. Yeah granted there are some similarities to the original and that's a good thing in my opinion. It means the writers will come up with original scripts for this show.

I'm hopeful this series. One detractor though is that I'm almost guaranteed not to get any cussing or nudity like in the British version. I really think this show is more a Showtime cable for the rated R crowd not the PG-13 set. So I hope they will give us some grit in future episodes. I mean for god sake its a Vamp and Wolf TV show.

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