Being Human: Season Five

Being Human: Season Five

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Being Human: Season Five

The fifth season of Being Human continues to follow housemates Hal, Tom, and Alex as they contend with the problems of living with fellow non-humans (Hal is a vampire; Tom a werewolf; Alex a ghost). In addition, a newly recruited vampire with a volatile temper and a sinister government agent make their lives even more difficult. Of course, the gang still has bills to pay, and elect to take on a job at Barry's kitschy hotel where, unbeknownst to them, lives an evil the likes of which they've never known.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/20/2013
UPC: 0883929340408
Rating: NR
Source: Bbc Warner
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 6:00:00
Sales rank: 37,500

Special Features

Deleted scenes; Cast and crew interviews; Exclusive scene; Alex's unfinished business

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Being Human: Season Five, Episodes 1-3/Special Features
1. Episode 1: The Trinity [7:17]
1. Episode 2: Sticks And Rope [5:16]
1. Episode 3: Pie And Prejudice [9:21]
Disc #2 -- Being Human: Season Five, Episodes 4-6/Special Features
1. Episode 4: The Greater Good [7:54]
1. Episode 5: No Care, All Responsibility [7:27]
1. Episode 6: The Last Broadcast [5:17]
1. Episode 1 [8:00]
1. Episode 2 [5:43]
1. Episode 3 [6:12]
1. Episode 4 [9:09]
1. Episode 5 [6:40]
1. Episode 6 [9:28]

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Being Human: Season Five 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Super-Color More than 1 year ago
I love this series, and the ending is simply excellent.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you gave up on "Being Human" after Season 4 with Lenora Crichlow's departure, you missed a terrific fifth and final season.  The three young actors who took over as the leads meshed together surprisingly well, carrying off creator Toby Whithouse's trademark mix of pathos and humor with ease.  The 5th season brings a worthy conclusion to the central question of the struggle to remain human against overwhelming odds.  The final episode, "The Final Broadcast," ranks as one of the show's best with the team fighting an epic battle with the Devil himself.   An added scene available on the DVD adds clarity to the battle's outcome and would have made a perfect setup to a sixth season.  The fifth season, indeed the entire series, are highly recommended.