Being Human ‘Making History’ promo pics and spoilers

by Gerard McGarry
Cutler and Hal (Damien Molony) looking slightly greasy in Being Human

Cutler and Hal (Damien Molony) looking slightly greasy in 'Making History'

This Sunday’s episode of Being Human is titled Making History and promises that each character will be up to their necks in serious storyline material by the time the credits roll! As you can see from above, it looks like Cutler and Hal are teaming up for a story arc which could spell disaster for our teetotal vampire. And with the mysterious blonde revealed as Eve, Annie is given a tour of humanity’s bleak future at the hands of the vampires.

This one could be a jerker, folks!

As you’ll see from our spoiler gallery below, Kate Bracken returns as Alex. And we’re assuming her second date with Hal is every bit as disastrous as the first one, since there’s a police van in the background! Ellie Kendrick is back as Allison, which means Tom will be flashing the puppydog eyes again. Rounding out the guest cast as Andrew Gower as Cutler (just what is he up to, by the way?) and Amanda Abbington as Golda.

Tensions run high when Cutler takes Tom under his wing. Annie travels into purgatory and meets Eve, who shows her the future and most of the human race are dead. Hal meets Cutler again and he tries to get Hal back to his old days and ways of drinking blood. Hal hesitates but Cutler does his best and Hal breaks down. Hal is then seen drinking out of a glass of blood, he then goes on the date with Alex but will he bite her or save her?

Golda attacks Allison on Being Human

Golda attacks Allison on Being Human

Amanda Abbington plays Golda in Being Human

Golda's just as dangerous without henchmen. Remember that.

Gina Bramhill as Eve on Being Human

Eve likes to hang out in corridors. She'd be perfect for Doctor Who.

Eve (Gina Bramhill) making another corridor look pretty

Eve (Gina Bramhill) making another corridor look pretty

Eve and Annie looking tense on Being Human

Eve and Annie looking tense on Being Human

Andrew Gower plays creepy vampire Cutler

What's Cutler's endgame in Being Human?

Kate Bracken returns as Alex

Judging from the police van in the background, Alex's second date with Hal was an epic fail.

Tune in for the next episode of Being Human on BBC Three, Sunday at 9:00pm. And in case you missed it, our review of the previous episode Puppy Love is here.