“Being Human”: Syfy series renewed for third season
Syfy has ordered a 13-episode third season of its drama series “Being Human,” which airs at 8 p.m. Mondays on the network.
After the airing of four episodes in its second season, which premiered Jan. 16, viewership has increased by 27% in Adults 18-49 and by 35% in Adults 25-54, as well as a 15% hike in the amount of total viewers.
With newly-released Live +7 data factored in, the season two premiere of “Being Human” delivered a 1.7 HH rating representing 1.4 million Adults 25-54 (a series high for the demo and +18% over the first season premiere), 1.4 million Adults 18-49 (second highest ranking in the demo and +12% over the season one premiere) and 2.4 million total viewers (the second most-watched episode of any season and +3% over the season one premiere), according to a news release.
With women comprising 52% of the total audience for premiere episodes this season, the show remains Syfy’s most female-skewing scripted series ever.
Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington star in the show about a vampire, a ghost and a werewolf who share a Boston brownstone and work together to keep their supernatural secrets and resist individual temptations as they attempt to live as normal of lives as possible.
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