Saturday, 28 January 2012

Being Human – Series 4 Episode Titles

articleimageTV_03With DWF’s new look comes a new variety of posts! From now on, although this is still primarily a Doctor Who-based fansite, we will be also reporting on exciting news elsewhere in TV and film with news of other productions that also interest a great deal of Whovians, including myself!

In the exciting build-up to the fourth series of BBC Three’s hit fantasy-drama Being Human, the full list of episode titles has been released, as well as a few of the early synopses…

1. Eve Of The War (5th Feb) by Toby Whithouse
In an old B&B in a sleepy seaside town, we join Annie, her housemate George and their new friend. They’re reeling from the loss of their best friend Mitchell, Tom’s father-figure McNair and the tragic departure of George’s girlfriend, Nina. But with a newborn baby to look after, it’s never been more difficult to live life under-the-radar as a ghost and two werewolves. There are also the vampires to deal with: lurking in every corner of society, waiting for the Old Ones to arrive and take over the world with brutal force. Can they fight them off? And at what cost? One thing becomes clear – the vampires believe that the child of two werewolves is important in their own mythology. Can this little baby really be the saviour of humanity? And what exactly are Cutler’s ‘alternative’ plans for world domination?
2. Being Human 1955 (12 Feb) by Lisa McGee
Hal, Leo and Pearl – another werewolf, vampire and ghost – turn up at the house. Leo is dying and this supernatural triumvirate believe the secret to saving the old werewolf’s life resides in Honolulu Heights. While Annie is confident that she can channel the power to help him, Tom isn’t so sure. Nor is he best pleased at having the disdainful and arrogant vampire Hal in his home either. But to fulfil Leo’s dying wish, the two are forced on a mission together. A fracas with a pawn shop owner bonds them temporarily, but later when Tom discovers Hal standing over baby Eve’s crib, Hal’s ultimate motives are called into question.
3. The Graveyard Shift (19th Feb) by Jamie Mathieson
4. A Spectre Calls (26th Feb) by Tom Grieves
5. Hold The Front Page (4th March) by Tom Grieves
6. Puppy Love (11th March) by John Jackson
7. Making History (18th March) by Toby Whithouse
8. The War Child (25th March) by Toby Whithouse

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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