Supernatural Drama Renewed for a Fifth Season

Mar 26, 2012  •  Post A Comment

A supernatural drama series has been renewed for a fifth season, EW.com’s Inside TV blog reports. The show is the original British version of "Being Human," which was renewed by the BBC and BBC America, the story reports.

The renewal comes after the show’s fourth season replaced two of its three leads, the piece points out. Despite the change in cast, the fourth-season debut in the U.K. drew 1.2 million viewers, or quadruple the number who watched the season debut of "True Blood," the story says.

The series, which features a werewolf, ghost and vampire who live together, got a new werewolf and vampire during the fourth season, played by Michael Socha and Damien Molony, respectively.

Creator Toby Whithouse declined to comment on who might make it to the next season, noting, “The future of ‘Being Human’ is always slightly in a state of flux. Who knows what it holds for any of us," according to the story.

Syfy last year began airing a U.S. adaptation of the series, also called “Being Human.”

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