VIDEO: Sneak Peek - 'What's Blood Got to Do With It?' on Syfy's BEING HUMAN
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Below, get a sneak peek at the next episode of Syfy's BEING HUMAN titled 'What's Blood Got to Do With It?', airing Monday, February 18th at 9/8c.
In the episode, Sally runs into her brother and makes a deal with Donna so that he doesn't die. Josh struggles to raise Erin, who is working for Liam and tries to kill Aidan. Aidan remembers when he was first made a vampire.
About BEING HUMAN:
Being human -- nobody ever said it was easy. For vampire Aidan, ghost Sally and werewolf Josh, it might just be impossible.
Syfy's hit drama starring Sam Witwer as Aidan, Meaghan Rath as Sally and Sam Huntington as Josh, returns for its long-awaited third season on January 14 (9-10 p.m. ET). Kristen Hager - now a series regular -- also stars as Nora, Josh's werewolf girlfriend.
The new season of "Being Human" picks up 15 months after the events of last season's riveting finale which ended with Aidan being buried alive as punishment from vampire leader Mother, Sally, lost in a state of limbo, and Josh's plot to kill Ray, his werewolf "maker" -- which instead endangered Nora.
The third season features a stellar lineup of new and returning guest stars, including: Mark Pellegrino ("Lost," NBC's "Revolution") as Aidan's vampire mentor Bishop; Amy Aquino ("Harry's Law," "ER") as Donna, a witch whose Supernatural spells are sought out to help find Sally; Xander Berkeley ("Nikita," "24") as Liam, father of purebred werewolf twins who is intent on locating his missing childrena Bobby Campo ("Final Destination") as Max, a young mortician who develops a connection with Sally; and Kyle Schmid ("Copper," "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants") returning as Aidan's vampire protégé and "son," Henry.
"Being Human" is a Muse Entertainment Enterprises, Inc., production in association with ZODIAK USA. It is based on the acclaimed series created by Toby Whithouse and produced by Touchpaper. The executive producers are Michael Prupas ("The Kennedys," "Pillars of the Earth"), Anna Fricke ("Men in Trees," "Everwood") -- who is also showrunner and writer -- Jeremy Carver and Rob Pursey & Toby Whithouse. Irene Litinsky ("Human Trafficking," "The Phantom") is the series producer.