werewolf, werewolves and lycans

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Wolves of a Different Color: Ray vs. Lee Tully

I love the werewolves in both of the Being Human series; there are variations in the poignancy of each show, but I’m really split on who was the better bad guy: Lee Tully, or Ray? See, neither were villains exactly, but they did do some pretty villainous things, –and the purpose of this post was…

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Being Human Spinoff to Air on BBC3

The original UK series ‘Being Human’ had such a huge response from fans over the years, that it decided to make a spinoff, –yay! That means, in the ‘Being Human’ universe, there’s more than we ever could have hoped for in the series; we’ve had three great seasons of Being Human in the UK, where…

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SyFy’s Being Human Introduces Josh’s Racist Werewolf Friend?

If you haven’t been keeping up with the new, North American remake of Being Human that currently airs on the SyFy channel, then BEWAAAAARE of Spoooilerssss, booga booga. And secondly, shame on you. Canada goes to all that effort to remake and redo a popular series from across the globe, and you won’t even watch…

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Werewolf Books, Little Red Riding Hood, Tyler Lockwood in this Week’s Werewolf Bites!

There’s a ton of werewolf news out there, and we’ve gathered up some of the best snippets, and posted them here for you to feat upon. So gather your pack and sink your teeth into these lovely little morsels. Tyler Lockwood is confused; who does he side with: his own kind, the werewolves, or the…

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The SyFy Premier of Being Human, Finally!

For those of you who have not seen the show yet, SPOILER ALERTS! We’re introduced to Josh and Aidan first; Josh is standing around awkward, naked, and waiting to turn into a werewolf, while Aidan is busy eating some poor 20-something. Josh’s transformation isn’t quite the spectacle as George’s transformation, but SyFy’s version combines real…

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Interview with Being Human’s Russell Tovey

To clarify real quick, I’m talking about the original Being Human, the BBC show from the UK: and Russell Tovey is eee… GEORGE SANDS! Only the best werewolf we’ve seen in I dunno how many frigging years! I love George’s character, his werewolf form, the delicate status of ‘almost human’, and still technically living he…

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Being Human: Interview with Sam Huntington, Playing Josh the Werewolf

I thought this was interesting, because the werewolf in Being Human was by far, the most colorful characters. He wasn’t the suave, melodramatic vampire, or the gloomy ghost, living on the fringes of reality. There were even times that the vampire character, John Mitchell, and Annie Sawyer, the ghost, remarked about how lucky George Sands,…

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SyFy’s ‘Being Human’ Coming Soon

The BBC’s dramedy “Being Human,” about a ghost, a werewolf, and a vampire sharing a flat, is so popular in the UK that is has been ripped off and turned into an American remake. Fans of the original, which is currently in its third season, aren’t too pleased about SyFy remaking it, but it has…

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