A vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost move in together and trying living normal, mortal lives in the U.S. remake of the BBC original.
Aidan tries to direct the Boston vampire community, but is tormented by a figure from his past. Sally must face the consequences of missing her door, and Josh searches for a cure for his condition.
Aidan learns that the vampire community has undergone a significant change in his absence, while a new threat arrives in town.
Josh finds himself trapped within his wolf, Sally tries to put her new powers to use, and a new boss in the vampire community makes Aidan's life more complicated.
A vampire and a werewolf discover they have a ghost as their new flatmate, and struggle to live normal lives -- while the local vampire community works to quietly increase its numbers.
Mitchell struggles to control the vampire community, while Annie looks for a new purpose in "life." George and Nina's relationship is affected by what has happened to her, and a secretive group begins experimenting on werewolves -- and keeping tabs on the housemates.
While Mitchell copes with his recent transgression, he and Annie continue to grow closer. The housemates discover a family of werewolves trying to stay under the radar.
After losing those closest to them, the housemates must prepare for a new onslaught from the vampire community and protect a child who may be the savior of them all.
A new group of friends adjust to their new lives together, as a cunning new threat emerges ...
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CONCLUDED. The original Being Human ran for five seasons on BBC Three. The U.S. adaptation ran for four seasons on Syfy Channel.