With The Vampire Diaries and True Blood claiming a chunk of the TV audience, the Syfy network hopes to jump on the bandwagon with their adaptation of the British hit Being Human.
"We've always been keen on vampires and werewolves, and we loved the originality of 'Being Human,' the fact that the fantastical creatures in it are very young, accessible and charming," says Syfy president David Howe.
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The show focuses on three twentysomething roommates as they try to live normal lives despite being a ghost, vampire, and a werewolf. The network is searching for a writer to adapt the material and the network is hoping for a summer or fall 2010 launch.