Paley Center Hosts An Evening with Syfy’s “Being Human” on Tuesday, Jan. 8

The Paley Center for Media will be presenting An Evening with Syfy’s “Being Human”.

For those of you who are not aware of the Paley Center for Media (may the Gods of Awesome have mercy on your nerd-soul), it is an institution dedicated to promoting intelligent discussions about television, radio, and new media.  You can learn more about the Paley Center by visiting its home page here, and you can view its previous events on YouTube here.  You’ll find that they have covered shows like The Daily Show, Once Upon A Time, American Dad!, Fringe and more.

In regards to An Evening with Syfy’s “Being Human”, the Paley Center has announced that in addition to a screening of the season three premier episode, the screening will be “followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with the show’s cast and Executive Producer, on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills.”

With the new season of “Being Human” premiering Monday, January 14 at 9pm ET/PT on Syfy, this will not only offer an excellent sneak peak of the season to come, but provide excellent insights into the show’s development.

Further, “The event is open to the public. Tickets are on sale Thursday, December 20 to Paley Center Members for $10; and to the general public on Friday, December 21 for $15. For further information and tickets to the program please visit”

Scheduled to appear at this event are Anna Fricke - Executive Producer & Showrunner, Sam Witwer – “Aidan”, Meaghan Rath – “Sally”, Sam Huntington – “Josh”, and Kristen Hager – “Nora.”  The moderator for the event has currently yet to be determined.

And this event will be held at The Paley Center for Media, 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA. 90210.  You can Megan Levy of The Lippin Group to RSVP at

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