POSSIBLE SPOILERS if you haven’t seen the Series 3 finale…
Hal (Damien Molony) is an elderly gentlemen (only a few centuries old!) of the blood-sucker variety. But the late John Mitchell wasn’t unique in his decision to stay off the resist the addiction – Hal is also on the wagon, as it were, and (much like Mitchell) has also lived in a housing arrangement with a ghost and a werewolf, the origins of which we are shown in his prequel.
Those of you familiar with Being Human, particularly the third series, will already know Tom. Tom MacNair (Michael Socha) is a vampire killer, and his on-going hunt may indeed be fuelled now by vengeance, following the murder-by-vampire of his adoptive father. With the introduction of newbie Hal into Honolulu Heights, this doesn’t bode well. So now his wild forest lifestyle has died with his ‘father’, how will Tom fit into society?
Being Human Series 4 begins on Sunday 5th February on BBC3 at 9PM and is expected to broadcast overseas later in the year.
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