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Toby Whithouse teases Being Human series four – new star Damien Molony and promotion of Michael Socha to lead character
Being Human series four – An introduction by Toby Whithouse
Every year we set ourselves the task of creating something bigger and bolder and better than anything that’s happened before. We knew this year was going to be especially tough because of the various cast changes. Not only would it be our first series without Aiden, but Russell had decided that series 4 would be his last, and Sinead had decided that her Being Human journey had come to an end after series 3. The mountain before us seemed even higher than usual.
Being Human creator Toby Whithouse has revealed that it was not his decision to kill off John Mitchell on last night’s series finale.
Writing on the show’s official BBC website, the writer explained that actor Aidan Turner asked if his character John Mitchell could die as part of the spectacular episode.
Turner has landed a role in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit and will play Kíli the Dwarf in the Hollywood blockbuster. Viewers took to Twitter in their thousands last night as his Being Human character died and writing after the show aired, Whithouse admitted that he had always known one of his major stars would leave.