“Being Human” star Meaghan Rath revealed some season finale hints at the March 22 Syfy upfront presentation in New York City.
The April 11 finale, titled “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Me Killing You,” will end with “a massive cliffhanger,” according to Rath.
"I think we're really on a wave of momentum right now that's coming to a breaking point," she continued. “As the chaos grows our characters are breaking down even more and are hitting these new rock-bottoms, and everything is going to come to the surface pretty soon."
“Being Human” stars Rath, Sam Witwer and Sam Huntington as three 20-something supernatural roommates as they help each other cope with their double lives. The show is based on a U.K. series by the same name, created by Toby Whithouse.
Rath revealed that the show will break away from the U.K. version of the series in Season 2.
“I know that our writers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver haven't even seen the second season of the British one," she said. "So I think we'll be doing our own thing now at this point."
While she has no idea what’s in store for her ghostly character Sally next season, she did share some thoughts.
"I would love to see Sally really come into her powers, to really assume the being that she is and kick some serious ass," she said. "That would be amazing.
"And I think, for the show, I have no idea what's in store. They haven't told me anything. All I know is where we leave off in the first season, and I have full trust in the writers and the creators, and I think they'll make the show different from where the British one is going, but also someplace dark and exciting and funny, like it has been all season."
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