Our favorite supernatural roommates – Aidan, Josh, and Sally – return for Syfy’s season three premiere of ‘Being Human.’ At the end of season two’s ‘It’s My Party and I’ll Die If I Want To,’ Aidan (Sam Witwer) was being put into the ground as punishment for attempting to kill Mother (Deena Aziz), Josh’s (Sam Huntington) plan for killing his werewolf maker Ray (Andreas Apergis) was going wrong, and Sally (Meaghan Rath) was in limbo. What can be expected in season three? Executive producer Anna Fricke stated season three is sure to deliver huge shakeups for our supernatural roommates.
There will be a relationship between Sally and Aidan that will develop beyond friendship. It will not last. Actually, it’s possible that this relationship will be part of Aidan’s delusions he had while he was buried. Bishop (Mark Pelligrino) will be returning in Aidan’s delusions. It is unclear how long Aidan was buried or who exhumed him. Did Josh dig Aidan up? If not, who did? Will Aidan kill Mother and get his revenge?
Unrealitytv assumes Ray will be dead because of the season three title ‘It’s A Shame About Ray.” If Ray’s dead, then is Josh and Nora (Kristen Hager) cured? That might not be true according to the promo photos that show Josh looking through a hole in the wall of a warehouse. In the promo, Nora worried “things are getting out of control.” What consequences did killing Ray have on Josh and Nora? That’s not all of Josh’s problems….the purebred werewolves’ father (Xander Berkeley) will be coming to Boston to find out what happen to his children.
Aidan will have a new love interest Kat, a history scholar and Nora’s friend. She will appear during a time when Nora is under distress. Kat will fall for Aidan because of his knowledge of the War of 1812 and Hartford Convention. She will suspect Aidan is not everything he claims to be and be determined to find out his secrets.
Season three will have several guest stars including Amy Aquino will plays Donna, a witch who Josh seeks out to find Sally, and Bobby Campo as Max, a young mortician who develops a connection with Sally.
For Charlotte viewers, season three of ‘Being Human’ premiere ‘It’s A Shame About Ray’ airs on Monday, January 14, 2013 at 9 pm on Syfy, channel 122 Dish Network, 244 Direct TV, and 797 Charter Cable.