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Lost Girl
Black background with slender sans-serif words "LOST GIRL" amid curving wisps of bluish-white fog resembling long hair, and the more solid curve of a female form laying on its side.
Genre Supernatural drama
Mystery
Crime
Created by Michelle Lovretta
Written by Michelle Lovretta, Peter Mohan, Jay Firestone, Jeremy Boxen, Emily Andras, Pamela Pinch, Alexandra Zarowny, Steve Cochran, Shelley Scarrow, Grant Rosenberg, Duana Taha, Harris Goldberg, Alan McCullough
Directed by John Fawcett
David Winning
Starring Anna Silk
Kris Holden-Ried
Ksenia Solo
Zoie Palmer
Rick Howland
K. C. Collins
Country of origin Canada
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 62 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Jay Firestone
Michelle Lovretta
Peter Mohan
Location(s) Ontario, Canada
Running time 44 minutes
Production company(s) Prodigy Pictures in association with Shaw Media
Broadcast
Original channel Showcase
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Original run September 12, 2010 (2010-09-12) – present
External links
Website
Promotional poster for the Showcase TV Series Lost Girl
Promotional poster for Lost Girl on the Australian SciFi Channel
Promotional ad for Season Two of Lost Girl from the Fan Expo Canada 2011 program

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

For further on Bo, the succubus of the series, see her article in the SuccuWiki here. For a general discussion of Succubi and their mythos in the series, see that article here. For a detailed list of episodes of the series, see: List of Lost Girl episodes


Lost Girl is a Canadian supernatural crime drama television series[1] that premiered in Canada on September 12, 2010, airing on the Showcase television channel. The series was created by Michelle Lovretta[2] and is produced by Jay Firestone[3] and Prodigy Pictures Inc.,[4] in association with Shaw Media.

It follows the life of a bisexual[5] Succubus named Bo, played by Anna Silk,[6][7] as she learns to control her supernatural abilities, help those in need, and discover the truth about her origins. Following good ratings and positive reviews it was renewed for a second season two months after its premiere,[8] a third season on December 9, 2011,[9] and a fourth season on February 28, 2013.[10]

In Australia, Lost Girl premiered on Sci Fi Australia on July 14, 2011.[11] In the United Kingdom (UK and Ireland), it premiered on Syfy on September 1, 2011.[12] In the United States, it premiered on Syfy on January 16, 2012.[13]

There were rumors that the series might be carried by the CW network in the United States, though that deal did not materialize. However in early 2011 the Syfy channel did pickup the series instead, planning to run all seasons of the show on its channel. On May 18th, 2011 it was announced by the American cable channel Syfy that they would be acquiring the rights to show the Lost Girl series in its entirety on their channel during the 2011-2012 television season. On October 18th, 2011, Syfy announced that the series would premiere in the United States on January 16th, 2012 at 10 PM Eastern Time. On June 5th, Syfy announced that Season Three would be airing on Fridays when it premiered in January of 2013.

On July 10th, 2010, a note in a Toronto Star article indicated that the first episode would premiere in Canada on the Showcase television network September 12, 2010.[14] Additionally on August 9th, the website Channel Canada.com confirmed that the series would be shown at 9 PM Eastern.[15]

At the beginning of August 2010, a website for the series at http://lostgirlseries.com/ was opened to the public. It contained a short trailer for the series and a summary of information on the series and the characters. On August 20th, an interactive comic book was also to be available that would be serving as a lead-in to the series and characters for viewers. It also was expected to have a forum for viewers to interact with the cast and crew.

On November 12th, 2010, the Showcase Blog announced that Lost Girl would be renewed for a second season. It also noted that the series was drawing over 700,000 viewers weekly, making it the number one scripted drama series across all Canadian specialty channels at that time. On March 8th, 2011 Anna Silk announced on her Twitter feed that Season 2 shooting was to begin in May of that year.

On December 9th, 2011, the Showcase Blog announced that Lost Girl would be renewed for a third season. It also noted that the series was drawing over 400,000 viewers weekly. The number of episodes to be produced for the third season was not released at that time. Eventually a run of thirteen episodes was confirmed by Showcase and the third season premiered on January 6th, 2013.

On February 28, 2013 Showcase confirmed that Lost Girl had been given a fourth season and was planned to begin production in spring 2013 and be set to air in late 2013. In October 2013, Showcase announced that the series would be moving to a new time slot for Season Four at 10 PM Eastern and Pacific time.[16]

On February 27, 2014 Showcase confirmed that Lost Girl had been given a fifth season and was planned to begin production in spring 2014 and be set to air in Fall 2014 A thirteen episode season was confirmed in the release as well.[17]

On August 25, 2014, Showcase announced that the fifth season of the season would be the last produced. An additional three episodes were added to the season for a total of sixteen episodes in order to bring the series to a closure. It was also announced that the final season would be released in two eight episode halves with a break between both. The fifth and final season would premiere on December 7, 2014 at 9 PM Eastern time on Showcase.[18]


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Series Data

  • Series Name: Lost Girl
  • Production Year: 2009-2014 (Production Completed)
  • Number of Episodes:
  • Season One: 13
  • Season Two: 22
  • Season Three: 13
  • Season Four: 14
  • Season Five: 16
  • Length: 60 Minutes (Including commercials)
  • Director: John Fawcett
  • Writer: Michelle Lovretta
  • Country of Production: Canada
  • Company: Prodigy Pictures
  • Television Channel: Showcase Television (Canada)
  • Language: English
  • Filming Locations: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • First Aired: 2010
  • Series Premiere: September 12, 2010

Plot

The series focuses on Bo, a supernatural being called a succubus who feeds on the energy of humans, sometimes with fatal results. Bo was raised by her human family, unaware of her Fae roots, and taught to believe that sex of any kind was inherently evil. Bo discovers her powers after a traumatizing sexual encounter, leaves home, and sets out on her own, ‘feeding’ whenever the urge becomes too overwhelming. After leaving a victim in an elevator after saving a young girl from him, Bo is captured by the Fae, who take her in and reveal to her that she is a succubus. Bo is then forced to choose sides, between the Dark or Light clans of the Fae. She refuses, choosing instead the side of humans. She then leaves the Fae and attempts to find her real mother and understand her origins.[19]

Past Plot Summaries

Michelle Lovretta posted a plot summary of the series on the IMDB, which has a slightly different take on the series than the official news release on it as follows:

Gorgeous and charismatic Bo has discovered a secret: she is not one of us. Part of the Fae, an ancient race of supernatural beings hidden among us, Bo possesses superhuman, sex-fueled strengths - and uses them to protect our kind from hers. A new and sexy hero for the underdog, caught in the middle of her eternally warring people, Bo's greatest challenges remain her own: where did she come from, why is she here, and who can she trust?[20]

That summary was altered soon after to the following by Michelle Lovretta:

Lost Girl focuses on the gorgeous and charismatic Bo, a supernatural being called a succubus who feeds on the energy of humans, sometimes with fatal results. Refusing to embrace her supernatural clan and its rigid hierarchy, Bo is a renegade who takes up the fight for the underdog while searching for the truth about her own mysterious origins.

When the official site for the series appeared, a new summary also was listed that explained:

Lost Girl follows supernatural seductress Bo, a Succubus who feeds on the sexual energy of humans. Growing up with human parents, Bo had no reason to believe she was anything other than the girl next door — until she drained her boyfriend to death in their first sexual encounter. Now she has hit the road alone and afraid. She discovers she is one of the Fae, creatures of legend and folklore, who pass as humans while feeding off them secretly and in different ways, as they have for millennia.
Relieved yet horrified to find out that she is not alone, Bo decides to take the middle path between the humans and the Fae while embarking on a personal mission to unlock the secrets of her origin. With the help of her human sidekick, Kenzi, and Dyson, a sexy police detective, Bo takes on a challenge every week helping a Fae or human client who comes to her to solve a mystery, or to right a wrong.

Further plot information released on August 19th, 2010, added some more information to Bo's character and situation in the series. It was noted that:

Bo is a succubus. One look, one touch and you’re left breathless, sometimes even lifeless. Laying low and always on the run, Bo is unable to control her urge to feed on the sexual energy of others, leaving a trail of victims in her wake. That is, until the day she comes face to face with the Fae, creatures of legend and folklore living amongst us and intent upon claiming Bo as their own.
The product of a strict upbringing, Bo was raised to believe that sex of any kind was inherently evil. When Bo discovers her mysterious abilities after a traumatizing “first-time”, she leaves home and sets out on her own, ‘feeding’ whenever the urge becomes too overwhelming. After leaving a victim in plain sight, Bo is exposed to the world of the Fae, who take her in and help uncover her true being as a succubus. Forced to choose allegiance, between the Dark or Light clans of Fae, Bo goes rogue, refusing to belong to any world other than human. Adding to her troubles, Bo’s desire to track down her birth mother puts her even more at risk as she searches for her true origin above all else.
Aided by best-friend Kenzi, Bo becomes part vigilante, part mercenary as she takes on a variety of paid jobs, Fae assignments and personal missions. A sticky love triangle involving homicide detective and shape-shifting Fae, Dyson and human doctor Lauren, makes navigating the worlds of Fae and human even trickier.[21]

Main Cast

A promotional image of the Season One cast of Lost Girl from the official website at lostgirlseries.com From left to right: Richard Howland as Trick, Ksenia Solo as Kenzi, K.C. Collins as Detective Hale, Anna Silk as Bo, Zoie Palmer as Lauren, and Kristen Holden-Reid as Dyson
A promotional image of the Season Two cast of Lost Girl from the official website at lostgirlseries.com From left to right: Richard Howland as Trick, K.C. Collins as Detective Hale, Kristen Holden-Reid as Dyson, Anna Silk as Bo, Ksenia Solo as Kenzi, and Zoie Palmer as Lauren
A promotional Image of the Season Three and Four cast of Lost Girl from the official website at lostgirlseries.com From left to right: Richard Howland as Trick, Ksenia Solo as Kenzi, Rachel Skarsten as Tamsin, Anna Silk as Bo, Kristen Holden-Reid as Dyson, Zoie Palmer as Lauren and K.C. Collins as Hale.
Promotional image of Anna Silk as Bo from the Showcase Blog
Promotional image of Anna Silk as Bo from the official Lost Girl website


Actor / Actress Role Season
Anna Silk Bo All
Kristen Holden-Reid Dyson All
Ksenia Solo Kenzi All
Rick Howland Trick All
K.C. Collins Detective Hale All
Zoie Palmer Lauren All
Rachel Skarsten Tamsin Season Three Only



Main Characters

Bo- The Lost Girl

"You can't hide forever especially from yourself"
"They don't own me and i'm not good at being obedient."

Beauty with a body count, Bo is a succubus on the run: from the dark hungers she can't control, and the mysterious "Fae", a strange supernatural people hiding the secrets of her origin and fighting to claim her as their own.

Dyson - The unorthodox detective

"Be smarter, be faster, i think they're underestimating you make them regret it."

Dyson is an ancient wolf warrior who has recently returned from going rogue. Powerful, Stubborn, working undercover for his fellow Fae as a "Human" police detective, Dyson already has his hands full when Bo stumbles into town, adding to his troubles and complicating his life in ways he can't begin to imagine.

Kenzi - Survivor and Thief

"Thief, Grifter, Survivor"

Kenzi is a female Sherlock Holmes with a sweet tooth for fashion and crime. Kenzi is Bo's best friend and nobody's fool. A fierce human with a fierce sense of loyalty and even fiercer sense of humor, Kenzi is the only person Bo can count on to always have her back.


Secondary and Recurring Cast

  • Rick Howland as Fitzpatrick "Trick" McCorrigan – the bartender of the only Fae-only pub in town, The Dal Riata, which is named after the ancient Gaelic kingdom which crossed Scotland and Ireland. He is very powerful, and episode 3 revealed that Dyson reported to him, and his work for the Light Fae was just a cover. In episode 1 he spoke to The Morrigan and The Ash as equals.
  • K.C. Collins as Hale – Dyson's colleague and another Fae undercover agent in the police force. He is a Siren. He is able to render humans and even other Fae unconscious or fascinate them with his whistle, so that they will docilely follow him.
  • Zoie Palmer as Lauren – "the doctor" for the Light Fae. Because of this, despite being a human she is highly trusted by the Fae. Since Bo bewitched her in Episode 1, she has helped the succubus control her abilities.
  • Emmanuelle Vaugier as The Morrigan – the leader of the Dark Fae. She may be the only one of her kind. In Celtic Mythology the Morrigan is the name for the Raven-God of War. She runs a talent agency in the human world, where she represents young musicians and artists, feeding off their talent and energy. She first appears as a sexy young woman with a brusque attitude, assuming that Bo is lying and insisting that she should be killed. In the second season her real name is revealed as Evony Florette Marquis.
  • Paul Amos as Vex -- A Mesmer. He can control people's actions against their will. Vex is of the Dark Fae and "friends" with The Morrigan. He played a pivotal role against The Garuda where he used his powers to delay it in using Trick's blood to change the Blood Laws. He has a childish personality and uses his powers to amuse himself in such ways.
  • Cle Bennett as The Ash – the leader of the Light Fae prior to and during the first season. He appears as a quiet, aristocratic man with a soft voice, who thinks more of the future than the Morrigan does. He hoped to bring Bo into the Light Fae, and uses Lauren to try to manipulate her. He is badly injured by an assassin sent by Bo's mother, and is in a coma at the end of the first season.
  • Vincent Walsh as the New Ash -- A Fae named Lachlan who wins the now-vacant position of the Ash; smug, sexy, dangerous, charismatic and a formidable force in his own right. Power-hungry, he is a stickler for rules. He is killed by The Garuda in Season Two when it is discovered that he is a Naga and the mortal enemy of The Garuda.
  • Athena Karkanis as Nadia -- Lauren's human girlfriend. It turns out that it was the former Ash who ordered the cursing of Nadia, with the goal of gaining Lauren's service in the fight against some sort of Fae-ravaging plague. In the episode Masks, she wakes up from the curse. By the end of Season Two, Bo is forced to kill her when, under the control of The Garuda, she threatens Lauren's life.
  • Lina Roessler as Ciara -- An old love of Dyson's. In the past, a Fae king wanted her for his own and sent her husband, Dyson's best friend, to die so he could claim her. Dyson attempted to save him, but was unwilling to pay the Norn's Price. Dyson prepared to attack the king for his actions, but was convinced to simply leave by the remains of their pack, who would have been honor bound to stop him, and did not see her again. They are reunited after her husband's death, and quickly begin the romance they could not have before due to her marriage. She is upset that no one will tell her what happened between Bo and Dyson. While she is initially treated frostily by Bo and Kenzi (which she fails to notice), Bo eventually comes to consider her a friend. She is extremely rich due to her former husband's inheritance, but is not conscious of this with regard to those around her. At the end of Season Two, she is killed by The Garuda defending Bo.
  • Aaron Ashmore as Nate -- Kenzi's boyfriend. Kenzi and Nate used to be neighbours when they were children. They broke up when the Garuda threat was imminent and could have endangered Nate's life.
  • Kate Trotter as The Norn -- Able to grant one's strongest desire in exchange for that which they hold dearest. She was called upon by Dyson when Bo was fighting her mother in the First Season. The Norn took Dyson's love for Bo. She later returned Dyson's love to him when Kenzi threatened her in the Second Season.
  • Rachel Skarsten as Tamsin -- Dyson's new partner in Season Three when Hale becomes the Acting Ash. She is a Valkyrie and Dark Fae.

Succubus Characters in the series

  • Bo, the main lead character of the series.

Online Motion Comic

For more on the individual webisodes, see Lost Girl: The Interactive Motion Comic

On August 20th, 2010, an online comic was released on the Lost Girl website. It was a series of six episodes, one released per month during the fall 2010 television season that would follow the life of Bo in the period of time before the television series episodes began. Called Lost Girl: The Interactive Motion Comic, it used elements of traditional print comic books and animation and audio effects. Called a motion comic by the producers, it was used to provide a story-telling medium which was hoped would provide information about Bo, Dyson and the other characters from the series, and gain additional insight into the supernatural world of Lost Girl.

The online series can be accessed on the Lost Girl website here.

Season 3.5 Webisodes

For more on the individual webisodes, see Lost Girl:Season 3.5 Webisodes

On October 13h, 2013, an online webisode series was released on the Lost Girl website. It was a series of four short vignette episodes, one released per week which were to act as a bridge between Seasons Three and Four. The four episodes included scenes with Kenzi, Trick, Hale, Vex and Bruce. The series also revealed the new threat to the Fae for Season Four, the “Una Mens.”

The online series can be accessed on the Lost Girl website here.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 13 September 12, 2010 (2010-09-12) December 12, 2010 (2010-12-12) April 24, 2012* (Canada)

October 23, 2012 (US)

February 25, 2013 (UK) November 23, 2011
2 22 September 4, 2011 (2011-09-04) April 1, 2012 (2012-04-01) November 13, 2012 September 9, 2013 (UK)[22] September 19, 2013 (2013-09-19) (Australia)[23]
3 13[24] January 6, 2013 (2013-01-06)[25] April 14, 2013 (2013-04-14)[26] November 19, 2013 (2013-11-19)[27] N/A N/A
4 13[28] November 10, 2013[29] February 16, 2014 N/A N/A N/A
5 16[30] December 7, 2014[31] 2015 N/A N/A N/A
* released without DVD region-encoding


Season One

Bo is a Succubus who grew up in an adopted human family, unaware of her non-human nature and of the Fae world she descended from. She began to feel "different" when she entered puberty and didn't know she was not normal until she accidentally killed her high school boyfriend by draining his life energy during her first sexual activity. When she told her parents what had happened, they broke the news to Bo that she had been adopted (see "Raging Fae"). Not knowing what she was and what she had done, Bo hated herself and ran away from home, exchanging her previous life for one without family or friends, moving from place to place and assuming a false identity whenever she killed again.

In the first episode, Bo saves a young human woman, Kenzi, from a rapist who had surreptitiously drugged her with a "roofie" in her drink. The two quickly become friends and Kenzi decides they should team up to create a Fae/Human detective agency. Confronted by the Fae leaders of the local territory with a demand for her to choose a side – either "Light" or "Dark" – Bo declares herself neutral, deciding instead to side with humans after Kenzi risked her life to find out where Bo had been taken by force and what they were doing to her. Most of the Fae considered Bo an unknown entity that should either be eliminated as a risk to their secret existence or exploited for their benefit. Throughout the season, Bo learns more about the Fae world and herself while she searches for information about her origins. Along the way, Bo also develops romantic relationships with both Dyson, a Light Fae wolf shapeshifter and police detective; and Lauren, a human doctor and scientist in servitude to the Light Fae.


Recurring characters: The Ash, The Morrigan, Vex, Aife


Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 September 12, 2010 December 12, 2010
  • The week of October 10th, 2010 was a reairing of the first four episodes of the series.

Season One Episodes

For a more detailed list see: List of Lost Girl episodes, or click on the individual episode titles for more in depth articles.



Season Two

Bo faces personal challenges with Dyson after she found out in Blood Lines that he had lied to her about knowing who her birth mother was and that he had been Trick’s undercover agent, then later about his lost feelings of passion for her; and with Lauren when their relationship becomes complicated after The Morrigan informed Bo in It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away that Lauren had a girlfriend.

At the same time that Bo is coping with these turmoils, a villainous and evil ancient enemy of the Fae, The Garuda, is awakened and reappears with the intent to destroy the truce between Light and Dark Fae, and reignite the Great War between them. The new Ash, Lachlan, recruits Bo to be his champion in the battle against the Garuda and she agrees on the condition that he regard her as a partner, not as his servant. Bo learns in Into the Dark that she is not only Trick’s maternal granddaughter, but deduces that she has inherited some of his Blood Sage powers: if her blood comes into contact with someone’s open wound, it can enslave and bind the recipient to her will (the same power that her mother, Aife, used to create male slaves). She uses her blood power to unite her team in the final battle against the Garuda.


Recurring characters: The Morrigan, Vex, Lachlan, Ciara, Nadia, Ryan Lambert, Nate, Nain Rouge, The Garuda, The Norn, Val Santiago


Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
2 22 September 4, 2011 April 1. 2012

On November 12, 2010, Showcase announced a second season would begin production in spring, and air in Fall 2011. It had been unofficially announced by Kris Holden-Reid that the second season would consist of a total run of 22 episodes, but no official confirmation of this from Showcase had occurred as of June 25, 2011. It was also announced by Anna Silk that the second season premiere would be on September 4th, 2011, but there was no official confirmation until July 7th, when Showcase officially announced that season two would consist of 22 episodes and would premiere on September 4th, 2011.

  • The week of October 9th, 2011 was a reairing of the first four episodes of the second season.
  • The week of October 16th, 2011, the series was on hiatus.
  • The week of October 23rd, 2011, a new episode was to air, but did not. This apparently was an error by Showcase.
  • The series was on hiatus from December 18th, 2011 (Episode 13) through January 22nd, 2012 (Episode 14) for the Christmas holiday season.
  • February 5th, 2012 was a repeat airing of the series as it fell on the same night as the 2012 Superbowl in the United States.
  • February 26th, 2012 the series was on hiatus due to the Academy Awards airing that night.
  • iTunes made an error and released the episode School's Out on February 7th, 2012 in HD format for season's pass holders of the series. This was six days ahead of the scheduled air date of February 12th, 2012.
  • On April 1st, 2012 there was a special show before the second season finale called the Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show which had members of the cast appear to answer questions from fans of the series.

Season Two Episodes

For a more detailed list see: List of Lost Girl episodes, or click on the individual episode titles for more in depth articles.



Season Three

With Fae society in upheaval, Bo finds herself facing further changes and challenges as former ally Hale becomes The Acting Ash – trying to forge a new balance between Light and Dark by appointing a Valkyrie aligned with the Dark Fae, Tamsin, as Dyson's new detective partner. Meantime, Tamsin is a secret agent working for two separate clients: The Morrigan, who wants to build a case against Bo so that she can execute her; and as a mercenary for someone who wants to entrap Bo.

Matters become complicated when Kenzi is kidnapped by a crazed Kitsune who assumes her identity and deliberately sows distrust in the relationships between Bo and those closest to her; just as Bo must prepare for and go through an evolutionary Fae rite of passage that forces her to explore her past and future. Danger escalates when a human scientist convinces a despondent Lauren to join him in conducting scientific research in his private laboratory – all the while deceptively concealing his intent to harness Fae genetics for himself with the use of her expertise. The third season culminates with Bo being engulfed by black smoke and disappearing into thin air, presumably whisked away by her mysterious and powerful biological father (who may be "The Wanderer" that recurred throughout the season's story arc).


Recurring characters: The Morrigan, Vex, Tamsin, Doctor Isaac Taft, Aife


Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
3 13 January 6, 2013 April 14, 2013

On December 9, 2011, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a third season, set to begin production in Spring 2012 and air in the Fall of 2012. Only thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[32] On July 12, 2012, Showcase announced that season three would begin in the Winter of 2013.[33]

  • Before the January 6th, 2013 premiere, a special program called Lost Girl ConFAEdential was aired which was an introduction to the third season.
  • February 3rd, 2013 was a repeat airing of the series as it fell on the same night as the 2013 Superbowl in the United States.

Season Three Episodes

For a more detailed list see: List of Lost Girl episodes, or click on the individual episode titles for more in depth articles.



Season Four

While Kenzi, Hale, and Dyson, are all living their lives, Bo is nowhere to be found. It is later realized that they simply forgot Bo, as someone was forcing them to. Massimo has been giving Kenzi temporary powers to appear Fae. Bo awakens to find herself on a train, and later jumps off. A group of Fae called the "Una Mens" are introduced. When she arrives home, it is discovered that while Bo herself did not consciously choose a side, her blood has chosen Dark. Tamsin is found reborn, as a little girl, and grows up with Kenzi as her pseudo-mother. Massimo steals from Bo and Kenzi in an attempt to convince Kenzi to pay him, and Bo figures out that he is not Fae, but human. He also kidnaps Tamsin to acquire her Valkyrie hair, and after being defeated by Bo, chases after the hair into a pit of lava, where at that point he is assumed to be dead.

Many of Trick's secrets and past actions are revealed, including a tie to a past life of Tamsin's, and the fact that he used his blood to "erase" someone from existence. Tamsin discovers that by not taking the soul to of a man named Rainer to Valhalla, she is part of the reason "The Wanderer" was created. Bo is able to get back on the train, where she finally meets Rainer, and brings him back to the Dal. Hale and Kenzi admit their feelings for each other. Lauren, who has been working with the Dark, somehow turns the Morrigan human. Kenzi's mother is introduced, and Hale attempts to propose. Massimo returns, and protecting Kenzi, Hale is killed. Kenzi tries to get revenge, but is stopped by Vex, who mentions that he is Massimo's guardian. Evony is revealed to be Massimo's mother, and gave him to Vex years ago when he was a boy. Bo learns that not only is her father coming, but that to close the portal, she will need to give her heart. That is revealed to be Kenzi, who sacrifices herself. The season ends with Bo visiting Kenzi's grave and promising to bring her back.


Recurring characters: The Morrigan, Vex, Tamsin, Massimo, The Keeper and The Una Mens, Rainer, Crystal, Clio, Bruce


Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
4 13 November 10, 2013 February 16, 2014

On February 28th, 2013, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a fourth season, set to begin production in Spring 2013 and air late in 2013. Only thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[34] On July 11th, 2013, the Showcase Blog revealed that the fourth season of Lost Girl would begin on November 10, 2013.[35] It was also announced that the series would appear in a new time slot on Sundays and would anchor Sunday nights on Showcase.

  • January 5th, 2014 the series was on hiatus.
  • February 2nd, 2014 was a repeat airing of the series as it fell on the same night as the 2014 Superbowl in the United States.

Season Four Episodes

For a more detailed list see: List of Lost Girl episodes, or click on the individual episode titles for more in depth articles.



Season Five

On February 27th, 2014, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a fifth season, set to begin production in Spring 2014 and air Fall 2014. Thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[36] On August 25, 2014, Showcase announced that the fifth season of the season would be the last produced. An additional three episodes were added to the season for a total of sixteen episodes in order to bring the series to a closure. It was also announced that the final season would be released in two eight episode halves with a break between both. The fifth and final season would premiere on December 7, 2014 at 9 PM Eastern time on Showcase.[37]

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
5 16 December 7, 2014[38] 2015


Season Five Episodes

For a more detailed list see: List of Lost Girl episodes, or click on the individual episode titles for more in depth articles.



Special Programs

There have been three series special episodes produced for Lost Girl:

# Season # Number Title Original air date Summary
2 1 Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show April 1st, 2012 Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show was a special show that aired before the season finale for the second season of the series. The purpose was to allow fans of the show to ask questions of the cast and show runners, the special was hosted by Steve Cochrane.
3 1 Lost Girl ConFAEdential January 6th, 2013 A primer to the third season of Lost Girl which was aired before the Third Season premiered. The main cast talk about their experiences and tease the third season. The special was hosted by Jay Firestone, the executive producer of the series.
4 1 Lost Girl: An Evening at the Clubhouse November 10th, 2013 A primer to the fourth season of Lost Girl which was aired before the Fourth Season premiered. The episode included cast-on-cast interviews, exclusive webisode footage and a special season four sneak peek.

Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show

On April 1st, 2012, before the release of the Season Two season finale, Showcase aired a ""Lost Girl Pre-Show Finale" which was a question and answer session with fans of the show held at the Dal Riata set. The episode allowed the audience to ask questions of the cast of the show, the audience being winners of a contest to create music videos of the show. It had been previously taped two weeks prior to the airing of the season finale. A summary of this program can be found on the SuccuWiki at: Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show. In conjunction with this program, a behind the scenes Making of a Lost Girl episode video was made available on the Showcase website.

Lost Girl ConFAEdential

On January 6th, 2013, before the release of the Season Three premiere, Showcase aired a program called Lost Girl ConFAEdential which was described as a primer to the new season of Lost Girl A summary of this program can be found on the SuccuWiki at: Lost Girl ConFAEdential In conjunction with this program, a mobile app, Lost Girl: The Game, was to be released in January 2013, but it was delayed. It was described as being a social experience that would connect fans internationally to the world of Lost Girl. The App was written by the show's writing staff, and featured an original storyline. The players of the game created a customized Fae character which they used to navigate a mystery set in the world of Lost Girl. Users solved puzzles with the help of their favourite Lost Girl characters. The free App was to be available for download on iOS and Android devices via the showcase.ca website.[39] Prior to the Third Season Finale, on April 12th, 2013, it was announced on the Showcase.ca site that the App would be available on April 14th, 2013.[40]

Lost Girl: An Evening at the Clubhouse

On November 10th, 2013 before the release of the Season Four premiere, Showcase aired a program called Lost Girl: An Evening at the Clubhouse which was described as a primer to the Fourth Season as well as featuring cast-on-cast interviews, exclusive webisode footage and a special season four sneak peek. During the show, cast reflected on both the past and upcoming seasons, revealed behind-the-scenes stories, and responded to fan questions. A summary of this program can be found on the SuccuWiki at: Lost Girl: An Evening at the Clubhouse.

Series Opening

A YouTube of the series opening theme and narrative.

DVD Releases

On April 24, 2012, Entertainment One released Season One of Lost Girl on DVD in Canada only, delayed slightly from its original release date at the end of March 2012.[41] Sony Pictures Australia released Season One on DVD in Australia on November 23, 2011 as a Region 4 release.[42] A Region 2 release by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is expected as well, but no release date has been issued.

On June 18th, 2012, FUNimation Entertainment announced that it had acquired the Blu-ray & DVD, DTO/DTR/EST, and PPV and VOD rights to the Lost Girl series. According to the press release, Season One will be released on October 23, 2012 with Season Two following on November 13, 2012. A website was opened at takelostgirlhome.com for further information on the planned release.[43][44]

Development and production

On November 16, 2008, Prodigy Pictures issued a press release that they had been commissioned by Canwest Global to produce a pilot for Lost Girl, a drama about a young woman with supernatural powers. The pilot was to be written by Michelle Lovretta who had previously written for the Canadian television series Mutant X.[45]

On August 19, 2009, Canwest Global issued a press release that the Showcase Television channel, a subsidiary of the main company, had picked up the rights to a one hour supernatural drama series. The cast would include Anna Silk, previously in such series as Billable Hours, and Being Erica as filling the lead role of the character Bo in the series. Kristen Holden-Reid, from the series The Tudors as another main character named Dyson, an inhuman cop involved in a love/hate relationship with Bo, and two-time Gemini Award winner Ksenia Solo as a third character named Kenzie, Bo’s street-smart and fiercely loyal human best friend. Also in the cast would be Rick Howland, from the film Bon Cop, Bad Cop as Trick, a friendly saloon keeper with something to hide.[46] The release stated the series' promotional efforts would include an interactive website, graphic novel, and downloadable video game.

On April 7, 2010, Prodigy reported that the green light had been given for a series to be produced to consist of thirteen one-hour episodes.[47] Production on the series began in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in the spring of 2010, at sites across southern Ontario and at a small studio in western Toronto.[48] Completion of the series' primary production occurred June 25, and the series was aimed for a September 2010 release date.

On June 22, 2010 Keyframe Digital of Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario reported that they had been given the contract for visual effects on the first thirteen episodes of Lost Girl, referring to it as fantasy/noir.[49]

As part of the promotion of the series, an official site was opened at the beginning of August 2010 at the site lostgirlseries.com. It contained a short trailer for the series, and a summary of information on the series and the characters. On August 20, an interactive comic book was also released that would serve as a lead-in to the series and characters for viewers. It also was expected to have a forum for viewers to interact with the cast and crew before the series actually aired on Showcase. On the same date, a press release indicated that the series cast and crew would be making an appearance at Fan Expo Canada held in Toronto from August 27-29, where they would be answering questions about the series and have promotional items available for watchers of the series as well.[50]

Episode 8 of the series, called Vexed, was the first episode produced and served as the series pilot which was shown to Showcase to obtain the green light for the series.[51]

In April of 2012, it was announced that Global Television would be airing Lost Girl on it's primary channel and also making available the series on its website for online viewing. It also was announced that the third season of the series would also be airing on the main channel as well across Canada.

The week of September 29th-October 4th, 2014 was the final week of production of Lost Girl according to a Tweet from Anna Silk.[52]

Limited Edition Comic Book

Limited Edition Lost Girl Comic Book entitled Prologue

A limited edition comic book was offered to those attending Fan Expo Canada 2010. When the series was picked up by SyFy, additional copies were offered at ComicCon 2011 during the show panel at that convention.

Season Two Announcements

On November 12th, 2010, Showcase announced the green light for a second season of Lost Girl. According to the official release:

Showcase Keeps the Fae: Lost Girl Gets Second Season Renewal

Thanks to the amazing outpouring of support that Lost Girl has yielded from fans across Canada -- which has translated into record-breaking ratings -- Showcase is proud to announce that the series has been renewed for a second season. Since the program debuted, it has consistently drawn over 700,000 viewers weekly, making it the number one scripted drama series across all Canadian specialty channels.

Season one of Lost Girl introduced viewers to Bo (Anna Silk: Being Erica, Billable Hours), a girl who learns she is a succubus, a creature from the world of Fae who live among humans. Bo refuses to choose an allegiance to either the Dark or Light Fae clans and her independence proves problematic for both sides, threatening to topple an age-old system. She embarks on a personal mission to unlock the secrets of her origin.

Season two will challenge Bo’s resolve to stay free and force her to question her own morals and beliefs. While Bo grows stronger and learns more about who she really is, relationships will be tested and passions will ignite, but answers will not come easily. Through it all, Bo will remain true to herself and loyal to those she trusts as she continues to forge a path of her own in a dangerous world. Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected, Renegadepress.com) will return as Bo’s human confidante Kenzi, and Kris Holden-Reid (Ben Hur, The Bridge, The Tudors) returns as homicide detective Dyson.

Lost Girl was developed by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media and Showcase.[53]

The tentative season opening date will be September 11, 2011. On March 8th, 2011 Anna Silk announced on her Twitter feed that Season 2 shooting was to begin in May of 2011. On May 2nd, 2011, Zoie Palmer announced on her Twitter feed that shooting was to begin on May 9th, 2011.

Season Two Premiere Date & Extra Episodes Announcement

On July 7th, 2011 Showcase released the following announcement which set the Season Two premiere as Spetember 4th, 2011 and also confirmed that an additional 9 episodes would be produced to make a total of 22 episodes of Lost Girl.

Showcase Orders Nine More Episodes of Lost Girl as Cast Prepares for Comic-Con
Thursday, July 07, 2011

Currently in production for season two, Showcase orders up nine more episodes of the supernatural drama series, Lost Girl, in advance of the season premiere on Sunday, September 4th at 9pm ET, for an unprecedented 22 episodes in total.

Plus, Comic-Con fans are in for a treat as Lost Girl succubus, Bo (played by Anna Silk) leads a panel discussion at the highly regarded event along with Emmanuelle Vaugier who stars as The Morrigan, the leader of the Dark Fae. Joining Anna and Emmanuelle on Friday, July 22 at 7:30pm room 24 ABC are Executive Producer Jay Firestone (Prodigy Pictures) and Creator, Michelle Lovretta. A limited edition of the Lost Girl comic book, a prequel to the series, will be given out at this year¹s Comic-Con panel.

Season one of Lost Girl premiered on Showcase in September 2010 with record-breaking audience numbers and continued to draw viewers in each week. During its run in Fall 2010, the series ranked number one on the channel for adults 25-54 and was the top scripted series across all specialty channels.

This past May, Syfy acquired season one and two of Lost Girl.

Season Three Announcements

Season Three Promotional Poster for the Lost Girl Series featuring Anna Silk as Bo showing her good and evil sides.

On December 9th, 2011, Showcase announced the green light for a third season of Lost Girl. According to the official release:

Fae fans rejoice! Showcase announces the renewal of massive hit series Lost Girl for a third season. The blockbuster Canadian original series will begin production on season three in Spring 2012.

Since launching to record-breaking audiences in September 2010, Lost Girl has become Showcase’s highest rated drama series. During its first season run, Lost Girl ranked number one on the channel for adults 25-54 and was the top scripted series across all specialty channels (A25-54)*. Since returning in September 2011 the second season has averaged close to 400,000 viewers (2+) to date*, and was greenlit for an unprecedented 22 episodes.

Viewers craving more action-packed adventures and steamy drama can look forward to all-new episodes when season two continues January 22 at 9 pm ET/PT on Showcase.

Lost Girl stars supernatural seductress Bo (Anna Silk; Being Erica, Billable Hours), a tough yet loveable Succubus who survives by feeding off sexual energy. She discovers she is one of the Fae, creatures of legend and folklore who live among humans. Bo refuses to choose an allegiance to either the Dark or Light Fae clans, as she embarks on a personal mission to unlock the secrets of her origin.

Season two finds Bo struggling to stay free and questioning her morals and beliefs; all the while an ancient evil force grows more powerful and threatens the very existence of the Fae. As Bo grows more confident and struggles to learn who she really is, her once strong relationships are put to the test, new passions are ignited and as always, answers will not come easily.

Rounding out the Lost Girl cast is Gemini Award-winner Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected; Black Swan) as Bo’s human confidante and street-smart survivor, Kenzi; Kris Holden-Ried (Ben Hur, The Tudors, Underworld 4) as the Fae homicide detective and Bo’s love interest, Dyson; Zoie Palmer (The Guard, Instant Star, XIII) as a human doctor who competes for Bo’s heart, Lauren; Rick Howland (Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries) as the mysterious tavern owner, Trick; and K.C. Collins (Owning Mahowny, Doomstown) as a handsome male “Siren” and Dyson’s partner on the force, Hale.

For more on the series and to watch past episodes, visit the Lost Girl show page.[54]

The tentative season opening would be on September 9th, 2012, and at the time of the announcement of the third season, the number of episodes to be produced was not revealed. Production of the third season began on April 11th, 2012 in Toronto, with shooting scheduled through the summer of 2012.

On June 1st, 2012, Spoiler TV released a report that Showcase had committed for a total of thirteen episodes for the third season with any additional episode additions to the season being unlikely.[55]

On June 5th, Syfy announced they would be airing Season Three of Lost Girl. It was also announced by Lost Girl creator Michelle Lovretta that Rachel Skarsten (The Vow and Flashpoint) would appear in that season as Tamsin, a thrill-seeking Fae. It was also hinted that Season Three's overall question for Bo would be: Can a succubus ever truly be monogamous? Even if she wants to?[56]

On July 18th, 2012, Blastr announced that Linda Hamilton (Terminator 1 and 2, Beauty and the Beast, Chuck, Weeds and Thief) will make a guest appearance in Episode 10 of Lost Girl's third season. The actress will play Acacia, "a tough, sexy and ruthless assassin who has enjoyed a storied and deadly career" who will come to odds with Bo.[57]

On November 15th, 2012, it was announced that Season Three would premiere January 6th, 2013 at 9 PM Eastern on Showcase. Syfy announced that they would premiere the Third Season on January 14th, 2013 at 9 PM Eastern.

On November 13th, 2012, Showcase announced that before the release of the Season Three premiere, it would air a program called Lost Girl ConFAEdential which was described as a primer to the new season of Lost Girl A summary of that program can be found on the SuccuWiki at: Lost Girl ConFAEdential In conjunction with this program, a mobile app, Lost Girl: The Game, would be released in January 2013. It was described as being a social experience that would connect fans internationally to the world of Lost Girl. The App was written by the show's writing staff, and featured an original storyline. The players of the game created a customized Fae character which they used to navigate a mystery set in the world of Lost Girl. Users solved puzzles with the help of their favourite Lost Girl characters. The free App would be available for download on iOS and Android devices via the showcase.ca website.[58]

Official Season Three Summary

For Bo, Season Three is all about discovery. The victory in the final battle of Season Two has created new alliances but also reinvigorated old enemies - enemies like The Morrigan, whom Bo crossed in an attempt to bring peace to the Faedom. This year our favourite Succubus, who until now has famously refused to pick a side, will be forced to make a deadly decision - or risk a fate worse than death. Season Three also sees Bo make a romantic choice, as she commits to a (gasp!) real-life, grown-up relationship - but finds the road to commitment riddled with obstacles. Though she chooses the one she loves, can a Succubus ever be monogamous? Throughout the season, unexpected jeopardy stalks Bo and those she cares about. Though Bo battles many foes, her greatest enemy will prove to be the one that resides within herself. Bo will have to come to terms with her own identity, and take on an ancient, almost unwinnable challenge if she hopes to finally lean the terrifying truth about who (or what) she might be destined to become.[59]

Season Four Announcements

According to an article at Blastr dated January 14th, 2013, the fourth season was already in production on that date. The article did not indicate the number of episodes ordered or any other further details.[60]

On February 28, 2013 Showcase confirmed that Lost Girl had been given a fourth season and was planned to begin production in spring 2013 and be set to air in late 2013. The official release indicated that:

Showcase Renews Lost Girl for a Faetastic Fourth Season


Midway through its daring third season, Showcase orders a fourth season of the homegrown smash hit, Lost Girl. Boasting giant ratings, the Canadian original series begins production on season four this spring, set to air late 2013. Season three continues with new episodes Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Consistently delivering stellar ratings, Lost Girl has become a cornerstone series for Showcase and a top-rated specialty drama in Canada. During its first season run, Lost Girl ranked as the number one series on the channel (A25-54) and was the number one scripted series across all specialty channels (A25-54).The sophomore season maintained a strong performance, seeing a 5% audience growth across the 2+, A18-49, and M25-54 demos over season one, and ranked the number one program on Showcase. Un’fae’zed by the competition, Lost Girl trended worldwide on Twitter the night of the season three premiere winning its 9pm timeslot for specialty dramatic programming across multiple key demos, and delivered a top 3 performance for the night. Since the season three premiere began, Lost Girl remains the number one specialty program from 9-10pm on Sundays (A25-54 and 18-49).

“Lost Girl remains an anchor series for Showcase, and with its sharp writing and palpable cast chemistry, it has amassed a fan following second-to-none,” said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice President, Content, Shaw Media. “We are delighted to bring fans another season of the series and can’t wait to see where the creative team takes the story next.”

"Bo's world is going to be turned upside down. Her beliefs will be challenged and her allegiances will be questioned. Fans can look forward to a roller coaster ride," said Jay Firestone, Executive Producer, Prodigy Pictures.

Lost Girl follows supernatural seductress Bo (Anna Silk), a tough yet loveable Succubus who feeds off sexual energy. After realizing she is one of the Fae creatures of legend and folklore who live among humans, Bo refuses to choose an allegiance to either the Dark or Light Fae clans, leading her on a personal path of discovery. In a season full of twists and turns, viewers can watch the vigorous drama unfold in the season three finale slated to air Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Rounding out the cast is Gemini Award-winner Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected; Black Swan) as Bo's human confidante and street-smart survivor, Kenzi; Kris Holden-Ried (Ben Hur, The Tudors, Underworld 4) as the Fae homicide detective competing for Bo’s affection, Dyson; Zoie Palmer (The Guard, Instant Star, XIII) as a human doctor and Bo's current love interest, Lauren; Rick Howland (Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries) as the mysterious tavern owner, Trick; and K.C. Collins (Owning Mahowny, Doomstown) as a handsome male "Siren" and acting Ash, Hale. Season three welcomed new cast member Rachel Skarsten (The Vow, Flashpoint) and features guest star Linda Hamilton (The Terminator, Beauty and the Beast).

Lost Girl was developed by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media and Showcase. Executive Producers are Jay Firestone, Emily Andras, Paul Rapovski, and Plato Fountidakis. Vanessa Piazza is Producer, and the series is produced by Wendy Grean.

Lost Girl is produced with the participation of the Canadian Media Fund created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian cable industry, and with the assistance of the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit Program.

Lost Girl is produced by Prodigy Pictures in association with Shaw Media.[61]




On May 31. 2013, Shaw Media and Prodigy Pictures announced the start of production on Season Four of Lost Girl with the following news release:

Shaw Media and Prodigy Pictures Announce Start of Production on Season 4 of Lost Girl

Shaw Media and Prodigy Pictures announce the start of production on the fourth season of the supernatural Canadian drama, Lost Girl. Featuring thirteen hour-long episodes, season four will be shot in and around Toronto and is expected to premiere on Showcase this fall.

"The fourth season of Lost Girl promises to be the most electrifying and best season yet," said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice President, Content, Shaw Media. "Boasting big name guest stars, dynamic story lines and high-quality production, the Showcase original will have fans on the edge of their seats."

Joining the ensemble cast of fan favourites, the jam-packed season hosts a stellar lineup of guest stars including, George Takei (Star Trek), Mia Kirshner (Defiance, Vampire Diaries) and Ali Liebert (Bomb Girls). "The season three finale was our biggest climax ever. The follow up is going to be epic," said Jay Firestone, Executive Producer.

Returning with Silk as the Succubus heroine Bo are Gemini Award-winner Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected, Black Swan) as Kenzi, Bo's human sidekick and street-smart confidante; Kris Holden-Ried (The Tudors, Underworld 4) as Dyson, the shape shifting homicide detective and noble warrior of the Light Fae; Zoie Palmer (Sex After Kids, The Guard) as Lauren, the brilliant human doctor who competes with Dyson for Bo's affection; Rick Howland (Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries) as Trick, Bo's grandfather and the ancient and mysterious Blood King and K.C. Collins (Owning Mahowny, Doomstown) as Hale, Dyson's partner and a light Fae siren born of noble blood. Paul Amos (Sex After Kids, Murdoch Mysteries) returns as the ever devious Dark Fae Mesmer, Vex, and Emmanuelle Vaugier (The Mentalist, Two And A Half Men) reprises her role as the deliciously evil Dark Fae leader, The Morrigan.

Lost Girl was developed by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media and Showcase. Executive Producers are Jay Firestone and Emily Andras. Vanessa Piazza and Wendy Grean are Producers.

Lost Girl is produced with the participation of the Canadian Media Fund created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian cable industry, and with the assistance of the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit Program.[62]

In October 2013, Showcase announced that the series would be moving to a new time slot for Season Four at 10 PM Eastern and Pacific time.[63]


Season Five Announcements

On February 27, 2014 Showcase confirmed that Lost Girl had been given a fifth season and was planned to begin production in spring 2014 and be set to air in Fall 2014. The official release indicated that:

Lost Girl Renewed for a 'Fae'fth Season!

A fifth season of the Showcase original series, Lost Girl has been greenlit for 13 episodes. The series starring Anna Silk begins production on season five this spring and is set to air Fall 2014.

Throughout the fourth season Bo was plagued by memory loss that left her with more questions than answers, especially upon learning of her inexplicable decision to officially join the Dark Fae. The season’s emotional journey exposed Bo and her friends to new loves, heartbreaking losses and shocking betrayals, all leading to the season finale that saw her battle a darkness within herself.

Also returning to the cast are series stars Kris Holden-Ried (The Tudors, Underworld: Awakening) as Light Fae shape-shifter Dyson, Zoie Palmer (The Guard, Instant Star) as human doctor Lauren, Rick Howland (Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries) as Bo’s ancient and secretive grandfather Trick and Rachel Skarsten (The Vow, Flashpoint) as Valkyrie warrior Tamsin. Returning guest stars include Paul Amos (Sex After Kids, Murdoch Mysteries) and Emmanuelle Vaugier (Two and a Half Men, Covert Affairs). [64]


On November 28, 2014 Shaw Media confirmed several guest cast for the fifth season. The official release indicated that:

Ahead of Lost Girl's epic return, Showcase announces fresh faces joining the Fae family and raising the stakes for the series' dramatic final season. The previously unannounced guest stars joining the cast for a fond and ferocious Faewell include Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, The Expendables), Luke Bilyk (My Babysitter's a Vampire, Degrassi: The Next Generation), Noam Jenkins (Covert Affairs, Rookie Blue, Longmire), Amanda Walsh (Two and a Half Men, NCIS, Grimm) and Shanice Banton (Degrassi: The Next Generation, A Day Late and a Dollar Short). The first eight episodes of Lost Girl's fifth and final season begin Sunday, December 7 at 9pm ET/PT.[65]

Series Cancellation

On August 25, 2014, Showcase announced that the fifth season of the season would be the last produced. An additional three episodes were added to the season for a total of sixteen episodes in order to bring the series to a closure. It was also announced that the final season would be released in two eight episode halves with a break between both. The fifth and final season would premiere on December 7, 2014 at 9 PM Eastern time on Showcase.[66]

The announcement was made on the Showcase blog and as well a video was released in which Anna Silk thanked the fans of the series for their support as well as explaining the extension of the season to sixteen episodes and the planned breaking of the season into two eight episode halves.[67]

The announcement on the Showcase Blog stated:

Fifth Season of Lost Girl to be its last

Today, it was announced that the previously announced fifth season of Lost Girl will wrap up the fan-favourite series. In a message to the show’s loyal “Fae”-natics, Lost Girl star Anna Silk revealed that the original 13-episode order has been supersized to 16 final episodes bringing the series to a thrilling conclusion. The season is split into two heart-stopping parts, with the first eight episodes airing Sundays at 9pm ET/PT on Showcase, beginning December 7. [68]


Reception

The pilot received mixed poor reviews, but very good initial ratings. Dan Owen of the Canadian site "Obsessed with Film" gave the pilot episode 1.5/4 stars, finding it "derivative" of other vampire-related series, lacking in character development, and, for a series about a succubus, insufficiently "adult and sexy."[69] Vladislav Tinchev, writer for the German site "Series Junkies" wrote that the series would benefit from "revealing more background information about the represented world," rather than spend time on "clumsy action scenes." But Tinchev pointed out that "Lost Girl is not lost at all, and has immediately won the audience and entertains them well. And there is nothing wrong with that, because TV series need not be world-shaking events."[70]

Canwest released a press release announcing that viewership of the premiere was "over 400,000" for the first airing, and "another 184,000" for the second airing, making it the "highest-rated Canadian scripted series premiere of all time on Showcase."[71]

News Release from Prodigy Pictures of Pilot Completion

PRODIGY PICTURES FINDS LOST GIRL

New Pilot features a sexy, intelligent hero in search of answers
Prodigy Pictures is proud to announce completion of principal photography on the action-packed pilot “Lost Girl.” The pilot stars Anna Silk (Billable Hours, Ghost Whisperer), Kristen Holden-Ried (The Tudors, MVP), Ksenia Solo (Human Trafficking, MVP), and Sarah Allen (Human Trafficking, MVP), and was commissioned by Canwest Broadcasting.

“Lost Girl” focuses on the gorgeous and charismatic Bo (Anna Silk), a supernatural being called a succubus who feeds on the energy of humans, sometimes with fatal results. Refusing to embrace her supernatural clan and its rigid hierarchy, Bo is a renegade who takes up the fight for the underdog while searching for the truth about her own mysterious origins.

“Our intention with this project is to create a new generation of female action hero – one which fuses strength with sexuality and passion with intelligence,” says Jay Firestone, Executive Producer.

Written by Michelle Lovretta (Mutant X, Fat Like Me) and directed by John Fawcett (The Border, Ginger Snaps), “Lost Girl” boasts a creative team with a reputation for taking viewers to the edge with hard-hitting action, fantasy and adrenaline-filled storylines. [72]

Official News Release of Series

Canwest announces series pick up on new one hour drama featuring Anna Silk and Kristen Holden-Reid


Canwest Broadcasting delves deep into the world of fantasy and action as it green lights the daring new series Lost Girl for Showcase. The 13-episode, one hour series will air on the channel in 2010.

A drama loaded with mystery, romance and intrigue, Lost Girl focuses on the gorgeous and charismatic Bo – a Succubus with heart. While Succubi are inhuman women who seduce and feed off their human partner’s sexual energy, Bo is not your average Succubus. Raised in secret by humans, Bo tries to survive in the human, modern world without giving in to her instinctive urge to kill. Refusing to embrace her supernatural clan and its strict regimes, Bo uses her feminine wiles – along with some help from her friends – to fight for the underdog. All the while, she is on a very personal mission to unlock the secrets of her origin and find her birth mother.

Leading the Lost Girl cast is Anna Silk (Billable Hours, Being Erica) as Bo. The gang of monster misfits and human helpers includes Kristen Holden-Reid (the upcoming Ben Hur remake, The Tudors) as Dyson, an inhuman cop involved in a love/hate relationship with Bo – he absolutely hates how much he loves her. Two-time Gemini Award winner Ksenia Solo (Renegadepress.com) stars as Kenzie, Bo’s street-smart and fiercely loyal human best friend. The cast also includes Rick Howland (Bon Cop, Bad Cop) as Trick, a friendly saloon keeper with something to hide.

“Lost Girl is so unique in that it weaves an array of genres – fantasy, romance, action – all the while developing these complicated, intelligent characters and rich storylines. We can’t wait to get started producing this bold and fun series,” said Christine Shipton, SVP Dramatic and Factual Content, Canwest Broadcasting. “With one of the hottest and most dynamic casts coming to television and an exceptional creative team, Showcase viewers can look forward to a sophisticated series chock-full of action-packed twists and turns laced with chemistry-fuelled relationships.”

Lost Girl will also offer a cross platform experience to viewers. Production is currently underway on the development of an interactive website, graphic novel and downloadable video game.

Lost Girl is developed and produced by Prodigy Pictures, with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund, the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and the Ontario Media Development Corporation. The series is executive produced by Jay Firestone, Paul Rapovksi, Plato Fountidakis, Michelle Lovretta and Peter Mohan. Lovretta also serves as Creator/Writer for Lost Girl and the series is also written by Mohan. Lost Girl is produced by Wanda Chaffey.[73]

International Distribution

On April 11, 2011, Sony Pictures announced the creation of a new television channel called Sony Spin that would be available in Latin America to replace the channel Animax Latin America. Lost Girl was selected as one of the programs to be shown on the channel from May 1, 2011 when the channel began broadcasting. Lost Girl is shown in English with subtitles on the channel.

It was announced by the Australian SciFi channel at the Supernova Pop Culture Expo that they would be showing the series starting July 14th, 2011.[74] On August 3rd, 2011, SyFy UK announced that Lost Girl would be premiering on September 1st on their channel as part of their programming.[75]

Syfy Pickup of Series

On May 18th, 2011 it was announced by the American cable channel Syfy that they would be acquiring the rights to show the Lost Girl series in its entirety on their channel during the 2011-2012 television season.[76][77] It was unknown if portions of the episodes would have to be dubbed for viewing or altered to conform to FTC regulations for language and nudity that are shown in the series. At ComicCon 2011, during the Lost Girl panel, it was announced that Syfy was planning for a January 2012 start date for showing the series on their American channel. On October 18th, 2011, Syfy announced that the series would premiere in the United States on January 16th, 2012 at 10 PM Eastern Time.

The series premiere on Syfy had a viewing audience of 1.5 million.[78] The second episode drew 1.1 million viewers and the third episode drew 1.44 million viewers.[79] Before the completion of the airing of the first season on Syfy in the United States, the channel announced they would immediately air the second season as well so that when the third season was aired, the channel would be airing it at roughly the same time as the Canadian original air dates. The first episode of the second season aired on April 16th, 2012 on the channel.

Following good ratings for the series, Syfy announced on June 5th, 2012, that it would be picking up the third season of the series as well for broadcast in the United States. The channel also announced that the premiere of the third season would be in January of 2013.[80]

Season Two Spoilers

During the 2011 ComicCon several spoilers were revealed to the attendees:

  • Bo will realize that she is more powerful than she thinks she is
  • The Morrigan owns a record label and feeds off the energy of young artists which eventually kills them
  • The Bo/Lauren relationship will be explored more
  • Some of Kenzi's background will be revealed
  • Episode 2 of the season will be Hale centered
  • Hale is 500 years old
  • Kenzi is between 19 and 21 years of age

You can see the panel in it's entirety on YouTube here

Season Three Spoilers



Season Four Spoilers

  • Confirmed Guest Stars include: George Takei, Mia Kirshner and Ali Liebert.
  • Marina Tseva will be playing a character in a flashback that Bo has.[81]
  • Linda Hamilton will reprise her role as Acacia in the fourth season. Kyle Schmid will appear in a multi-episode story arc.[82]
  • The new threat for Season Four is group called the Una Mens.[83]
  • George Takei will be appearing in a cameo role as: "a mysterious collector of antiquities who engages in a battle of wits with one of the stars of the series."[84]



Season Five Spoilers

  • Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia Chase on Buffy) will be appearing as the Norse Goddess Freyja in one episode.[85]
  • Guest Stars for the Fifth Season include: Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, The Expendables), Luke Bilyk (My Babysitter's a Vampire, Degrassi: The Next Generation), Noam Jenkins (Covert Affairs, Rookie Blue, Longmire), Amanda Walsh (Two and a Half Men, NCIS, Grimm) and Shanice Banton (Degrassi: The Next Generation, A Day Late and a Dollar Short).



Website

A series website was opened in August of 2010 at lostgirlseries.com. In September of 2011 that site was abandoned for a new page on the showcase.ca site at http://www.showcase.ca/lostgirl/ The original page for the series now redirects to the new site commencing with the beginning of the second season of the series.


Lost Girl: The Game

For more, see Lost Girl: The Game

In conjunction with Lost Girl ConFAEdential, a mobile app, Lost Girl: The Game, was announced and was scheduled to be released in January 2013, but it was delayed. It was described as being a social experience that would connect fans internationally to the world of Lost Girl. The App was written by the show's writing staff, and featured an original storyline. The players of the game created a customized Fae character which they used to navigate a mystery set in the world of Lost Girl. Users solved puzzles with the help of their favourite Lost Girl characters. The free App was to be available for download on iOS and Android devices via the showcase.ca website.[86] Prior to the Third Season Finale, on April 12th, 2013, it was announced on the Showcase.ca site that the App would be available on April 14th, 2013.[87] The game was described as: "Just like Bo and her street savvy sidekick Kenzi, users can tag team with each other or with their favourite Lost Girl characters to solve puzzles and brain benders to score points and unlock levels."

Series Awards and Nominations

Canadian Screen Awards

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2013 Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series Ksenia Solo (for "The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire/Truth and Consequences") Nominated [88]
2013 Best Supporting Actress, Drama Ksenia Solo Nominated
2013 Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Fiction Program or Series Ian Brock (for "Something Wicked This Fae Comes") Nominated [89]
2013 Best Writing in a Dramatic Series Emily Andras (for "Into the Dark") Nominated [90]
2013 Best Achievement in Casting Lisa Parasyn (for "Barometz. Trick. Pressure.") Nominated [91]

Directors Guild of Canada

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2011 Production Design - Television Series Ian Brock (for "Vexed") Nominated [92]
2011 Sound Editing - Television Series Alex Bullick, James Robb, Tom Bjelic and John Laing (for "Dead Lucky") Nominated [93]

Gemini Awards

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2011 Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series Ksenia Solo Won [94]


Visibility Awards

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2012 Favorite TV Drama Lost Girl Won [95]
2012 Favorite TV Actress Anna Silk Won [96]
2012 Hottest Hookup Bo and Lauren Won [97]
2012 Favorite Fictional Couple Bo and Lauren Won [98]

WorldFest Houston

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2012 Television and Cable Production - Directing - Television David Winning Won [99]

Videos Available on YouTube



Music Albums

On October 10th, 2013, an album called Lost Girl Themes, Volume 1 was released which consisted of two singles from the series. One was the opening theme music in full and the other was the song The Wanderer. Both songs were sung by Emilie Mover and were available on iTunes as a single album purchase or individually or on the Showcase.ca website as well.

Podcasts

Lost Girl Podcast

In the beginning of September 2011, Showcase announced that a weekly podcast would be available in the fall of 2011. It would have interviews with the show cast and crew, but other details were not released at that time. What occurred was that on September 15th, 2011 the Lost Girl podcast was run within the Showcase Showcast podcast, the initial episodes having the actors Rick Howland and K.C. Collins as well as the Lost Girl series writer Steve Cochrane as hosts commenting on individual episodes of the second series on a weekly basis. The series lasted five episodes and ended, or was suspended, before the sixth episode of the second season began.


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