Zap2it caught up with “Being Human” star Sam Witwer about the season 2 finale and what to expect on season 3.
Witwer tells us about how the season is going to end, in terms of the relationships between the roommates. “They’re going to come together and then they’ll fracture a lot more,” he says. In the next episode … it’s almost entirely me and Sally (Meaghan Rath) and Josh (Sam Huntington). You do see the fracture growing bigger. And one of the themes of the third season will be getting the band back together.”
Witwer says he still worries that people will think Aidan has gone too dark. “I still think people might feel like that. If they have a hostility towards Aidan, I mean, who can blame them? The guy is making some poor choices. He’s in a difficult situation. But the thing to remember about this guy is that he was a bastard most of his life. So it’s very easy for him to slip back into that behavior when all of the people around him are influencing him to be that way.”
He gave us a sneak peek at the upcoming episode, saying, “There is a big, ‘we have to save this family’ moment. It’s quite good. I’m very, very happy with it. Basically, if they don’t work together, everyone is going to die,” he laughs. “It was certainly a hell of a lot of fun to shoot because me and Sammy and Meaghan haven’t seen each other as much this season. We got to shoot together every day.” He says they’ve had great chemistry since the first screen test, when they were asked to tone down the chemistry. They’ve even gone to Hawaii on vacation together once shooting wrapped.
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Zap2it Jenna recently spoken to the “Being Human” star Sam Witwer about what we can expect in season 2 with his character and someone comes back from the dead.
We chatted with Witwer at the Winter Press tour, where he told us that he’s a bit concerned about what the audience is going to think of where Aidan is going. “I don’t know what they’ll think,” he said. “I mean, Aidan has been a bad guy for most of his history. We’re going to see more of that and where he comes from in. The last time we saw him in a flashback, in the fifties, he was a bit of a thug. He wasn’t always like that. You’ll get to see how he got to that point.”
Bishop (Mark Pellegrino) was killed last season, but Witwer says he’ll be back. He didn’t give details, but he implied that it won’t just be in flashbacks. “He comes back in a really interesting way. I can’t tell you more than that, but trust me, it’s going to be cool.” Witwer was actually heading off to meet Pellegrino and play video games.
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Buzz Focus has the scoop with the producers of Syfy Network television series Being Human and what to expect with the characters.
Aidan (Sam Witwer) – must come to grips with the death of Bishop and Rebecca and this season we are introduced to another member of the vampire hierarchy called Mother who is like the Queen Elizabeth of the vampires. She offers Aidan freedom if he agrees to train her disgraced daughter Suren, played by season two regular Dichen Lachman (Dollhouse). Mother and Suren are biological vampires in the sense that it was Mother who turned her own daughter. Aidan has known Suren for about 100 years. We are also introduced to Aidan’s vampire protégé, the last vampire he turned who is played by Kyle Schmid (History of Violence). “And both of these people will greatly, greatly complicate Aidan’s life,” Carver said. “And will play a major part in sort of leading him down this dark hole that he may end up going down this season.”
Josh (Sammy Huntington) – is completely unaware that he scratched Nora and they both away the first full moon not knowing what to expect. Last season Josh came into contact with just two others like him. We are going to see an expansion of the types of werewolves, to show that there is more than one species. Josh’s past also comes back in unexpected ways.
Sally (Meaghan Rath) – deals with choosing to help her friend in need over her door and she is introduced to lots of different types of ghosts that show her a variety of spectral temptations. Also her passing up her door unwittingly brings specific ghosts looking for her. Like Josh, her past will come back to greet her in ways she was not expecting.
Nora (Kristen Hager) – Not to be forgotten is Josh’s girlfriend who is the unofficial #4 of the show, who Carver said is a “fantastically integral part of the show” who deserves more mentions. She will become more self-sufficient as a result of Josh scratching her and that will have “massive implications” on their relationship.
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The Cast talks about season 2 and what to expect.
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