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‘Being Human’ cancelled by SyFy after 4 seasons

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In disappointing news, SyFy has announced that season 4 will be the last season for “Being Human.” The network announced the cancellation of the show today according to a Feb. 25 report on Spoiler TV.

Ina press release, SyFy announced the end of the supernatural drama centering on 4 roommates, each with supernatural attributes. Sally the ghost, Aiden the vampire and Nora and Josh, the werewolves, will have to find other accommodations when the show wraps in April.

The showrunners promise that the remaining 6 episodes are the best of the series and that the April 7 series finale will be a spectacular send off. They have even prepared a video where each of the 4 main cast members, Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, Meaghan Rath and Kristen Hager have the chance to talk about their feelings about the fans, the show and one another and what the experience has been like for them.

The show airs on Mondays on SyFy, at least for a few more weeks.

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