Season 3 of the U.K. hit series “Being Human” will premiere on BBC America Feb. 19, 9 p.m. ET.
The story of a group of supernatural friends trying to live normal lives continues, as werewolves George (Russell Tovey) and Nina (Sinead Keenan) and vampire Mitchell (Aidan Turner) try to figure out how to rescue ghost Annie (Lenora Crichlow) from purgatory.
The explosive events at the end of Season 2 have forced the friends to abandon their beloved house in Bristol and relocate to Wales. They find a former bed and breakfast with a large secure basement perfect for containing a werewolf one night every month.
Creator and writer Toby Whithouse calls Season 3 the best season yet.
"A third season is a unique opportunity because it allows you to take all the best bits of season one and season two," he said. "What we took from Season 1 is the domestic element and very strong stories of the week with very strong guest characters. Season 2 had much more of an epic sweep and a breadth of ambition. Season 3 has allowed us to combine all those things.”
Season 3 also features an impressive list of guest stars, including Lacey Turner (“EastEnders,”) as Lia, a resident of Purgatory; Robson Green (“Wire In The Blood”) and Michael Socha (“Cut”) as a father and son who are werewolves; Craig Roberts (“Young Dracula”) as teenage vampire Adam; and Jason Watkins as resurrected vampire leader Herrick.
Other guest stars include Nicola Walker (“MI-5”), James Fleet (“The Phantom of the Opera”) and Kai Owen (“Torchwood”).
Season 3 consists of eight episodes, airing every Saturday at 9 p.m. ET on BBC America.
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