Syfy Sets Dates for Being Human Season 2, Lost Girl Premiere and 3 Series' Christmas Specials

Did you hear the one about the werewolf, the ghost and the vampire? Well, unlikely roommates Josh, Sally and Aidan will return on Monday, Jan. 16, 2012, when Syfy premieres Season 2 of Being Human.

The sophomore series’ return date was but one in a flurry of announcements the cabler made on Tuesday.

Syfy also revealed that Lost Girl, the supernatural series it acquired in the spring, will lead out of Being Human, also on Jan. 16. The Canadian production stars Anna Silk (The Ghost Whisperer) as Bo, a young woman who had no reason to believe she was anything other than the girl next door until she “drained” her first boyfriend to death. That’s when she discovered she was in fact a succubus who feeds off sexual energy.

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Lost Girl co-stars Kris Holden-Ried (The Tudors) as Dyson, a shape-shifting Fae/homicide detective and Bo’s love interest; Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected) as Kenzi, Bo’s human confidante; Zoie Palmer (Instant Star) as Lauren, a doctor who competes for Bo’s heart (?!); Rick Howland (Tin Man) as Trick, a bartender with a secretive past, and K.C. Collins as Hale, a handsome siren/Dyson’s partner. Guest stars include Emmanuelle Vaugier (Human Target) as the leader of the Dark Fae.

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Syfy also announced that standalone holiday-themed episodes of Eureka, Warehouse 13 and Haven wil air Tuesday, Dec. 6, from 8 to 11 pm. Their synopses are as follows:

Eureka, “Do You See What I See”: Sheriff Carter and Allison Blake are secretly planning the perfect holiday surprise for their kids. But a mysterious kaleidoscopic wave of color crashes over Eureka, leaving the entire town and its inhabitants animated. Curious Pictures will produce the animation featured in the episode, which will be broken up into different styles including Anime, claymation, animation inspired by the Looney Tunes cartoons and modern CG. Guest stars lending their voices include Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), Edward James Olmos (Battlestar Galactica), Chris Parnell (30 Rock) and Matt Frewer (M-m-m-max Headroom!).

Warehouse 13, “The Greatest Gift”: Pete is hit in the head by an artifact and wakes up to a life where he was never born. Pete must hunt down and persuade the Warehouse team (none of whom recognize him) to go on this life or death mission with him to vanquish a long dead nemesis from the past to get everyone’s lives back.

Haven, “Silent Night”: Audrey begins seeing Christmas decorations mysteriously popping up all over Haven in the middle of July yet nobody else seems to feel anything is unusual. Yet, when Haven residents start disappearing into thin air, Audrey convinces Nathan they must find a way to stop it.