So a good ending to an enjoyable fourth series of Being Human.
For a show which started minus three quarters of its main cast, this season has been remarkably strong with some great new, fresh plot lines.
Beware spoilers below….
Initially I was less than impressed with the Terminator-like future resistance theme but its eventual pay-off made it worthwhile.
Another obvious influence – the heroes arriving separately in the Vampire’s lair owed more than a nod to Luke & Co arriving in Jabba’s palace in Return of the Jedi.
Sole returning star Lenora Crichlow deserves special mention for providing such an excellent linchpin, holding the show together while the changes bedded in and became the new norm.
Her apparent final departure, though not entirely unexpected, is an enormous loss for the show.
But for me, much of the magic of this closing episode was down to the always-wonderful Mark Gatiss as the chilling and creepy Mr Snow.
As for the creepy, secret men in grey suits make a creepy new element, it’ll be interesting to see how they fit into future storylines…