||This article's lead section may not adequately summarize key points of its contents. (January 2013)|
|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
K. C. Collins
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||48 (List of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Jay Firestone
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Prodigy Pictures in association with Shaw Media|
|Picture format||HDTV 1080i|
|Original run||September 12, 2010– present|
Lost Girl is a Canadian supernatural crime drama television series, that premiered on Showcase on September 12, 2010. The series was created by Michelle Lovretta, and is produced by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media. It follows the life of a succubus named Bo, played by Anna Silk, as she learns to control her abilities, helps those in need, and discovers the truth about her origins. Following good ratings and positive reviews, it was renewed for a second season two months after its premiere, a third season on December 9, 2011, and a fourth season on February 28, 2013.
In Australia, Lost Girl premiered on Sci Fi Australia on July 14, 2011. In the United Kingdom, it premiered on Syfy on September 1, 2011. In the United States, it premiered on Syfy on January 16, 2012.
Bo is a succubus who grew up in an adoptive human family, unaware of her non-human nature and of the Fae world. Her succubus powers only become apparent to her when she accidentally kills her first love by draining him of his life energy, an act which forces her to flee her home. Bo exchanges her previously normal life for one without family or friends, moving from place to place whenever she kills again.
In the first episode, Bo saves a human girl named Kenzi; the two quickly become friends and Kenzi decides they should team up to create a Fae/Human detective agency. Confronted by the Fae elders with having to choose a side ("Light" or "Dark"), Bo declares herself neutral, deciding to side with humans after Kenzi risked her life to find what had happened to Bo for her own sake, where most of the Fae simply saw her as an unknown entity that should either be eliminated as a risk 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 wolf shifter police detective; and Lauren, a human doctor.
Bo finds her resolve to stay free challenged, and is forced 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. At the same time as they face personal challenges including Dyson's lost feelings for Bo and the discovery of Lauren's comatose girlfriend, Bo also faces the challenge of an ancient Fae threat emerging from the past in the form of the Garuda, who wants to reignite the Light-vs-Dark conflict.
With Fae society in upheaval, Bo finds her life facing further changes as former ally Hale becomes the new Ash, attempting to arrange a new balance between light and dark by appointing Dark Fae Tamsin as Dyson's new partner. Matters become more complicated when Kenzi is briefly replaced by a Kitsune that sows discord in Bo's life, just as Bo goes through a Fae evolutionary stage that forces her to explore her past and future. The crisis concludes as a human doctor emerges seeking to harness Fae genetics for himself, culminating in Bo being contacted by what appears to be her father.
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- Anna Silk as Bo Dennis: A Succubus, she has the power to steal people's life-force through their mouths with a kiss, to bewitch people with a touch, and to feed from sexual energy. Though at first she could not feed without killing, she has since learned to control her powers. She can only seem to go a few days without feeding before the drive overcomes her. Absorbing power from other Fae can increase her strength. She is best friends with Kenzi and is romantically involved with both Lauren and Dyson. When Lauren's life was threatened and she was rendered near death, she displayed a strange, extremely powerful alternate persona, which drained the life from multiple individuals at a distance of several meters and declared that "there will be no more dark or light, only me". Near the end of the second season, it is revealed that Bo is Trick's granddaughter and is named after her grandmother, Isabeau.
- Ksenia Solo as Kenzi: Bo's best friend and sidekick, declared as Bo's human "property" and pet to allow her to participate in Fae society. She suggested Bo use her neutrality to her advantage to become a private investigator. Kenzi ran away from home and lived on the streets and underground for a long time before meeting Bo. A pickpocket and scam artist, she can speak Russian fluently and possesses excellent street-smarts. Her family is apparently highly connected with the local government as well as to organized crime. Despite their differences, she and Bo quickly became close friends, with Bo choosing humanity rather than Fae after Kenzi risked her life to find out what had happened to Bo during her "trial", where the Fae have a more callous assessment of Bo. She has a vast wardrobe of various clothing and wigs to change her appearance at will. She frequently assists and/or vexes Hale. Her character is the show's comic relief.
- Kris Holden-Ried as Dyson: A Wolf-Shifter and homicide detective in the human world. He is 1,500-years old, very strong, possesses an acute sense of smell, and is very knowledgeable about Fae politics. A member of the Light Fae, his true allegiance is to Trick rather than The Ash. He fell in love with Bo and is best friends with Hale, his Fae detective partner. In the season one finale, he involuntarily sacrificed his love for Bo when he offered his wolf to the Norn to have her give Bo the strength to defeat her maniacal mother, Aife; but the Norn tricked him and took his love for Bo and ability to love anyone else again instead (leaving him with the memory of their relationship but unable to feel his passion for her). He has since made efforts to remain friends with Bo, which was initially awkward as Bo tried to rekindle his attraction for her. After being reunited with his old love, Ciara, they began a relationship which was hampered by Dyson's reluctance to reveal his encounter with the Norn and what he had lost in the exchange, but eventually admitted that he had offered his wolf to her but it had cost him his being able to love anyone. His ability to love was eventually restored by the Norn after a coerced deal with Kenzi.
- Zoie Palmer as Dr. Lauren Lewis (a/k/a Karen Beattie): A Human owned by The Ash as his property, she serves as a doctor and scientist for the Light Fae. She had an instant attraction to Bo during their first meeting and hence fell in love with her. She has extensive knowledge of the different types of Fae and their abilities. In the first season, she helped Bo learn how to control her powers so that she could have sex with both Faes and humans without killing them. It was later revealed that she had a human girlfriend named Nadia who fell into a coma after contracting a mysterious virus. In exchange for her servitude, The Ash offered Lauren access to the Light Fae laboratory and resources to find a cure for Nadia's condition. With Bo's help, Lauren discovers that she was tricked by The Ash: Nadia was cursed by a Fae into illness and a coma in order to induce Lauren to accept servitude to The Ash so that he could use her medical expertise to help the Fae. After Bo removes the curse, Lauren and Nadia reunite; however, their relationship is shattered when it is revealed that Nadia had been infected by the Garuda. Bo is forced to kill Nadia, leaving Lauren devastated. Grieving, Lauren seeks comfort in Bo and the two of them grow even closer. At the end of season two, despite encouragement from Dyson, Lauren relinquishes her chance for freedom from the Fae to stay with Bo. In the first episode of the third season, she and Bo begin a relationship with each other.
- Rick Howland as Fitzpatrick "Trick" McCoreighan: He is the owner and bartender of the only Fae pub in town, The Dal Riata, which is neutral ground where Dark and Light Fae can freely socialize. Trick is very powerful; a Blood Sage, he has the ability to alter fate. Once known as the Blood King, he is on equal terms with the Fae Elders, though few are aware of his true self. Compared to other Fae (who have contempt for humans), he is very tolerant and even fond of humans, even trading away his most prized possession to help save Kenzi's life. He is extremely reluctant to use his blood powers, as they always carry a price; for example, his decision to write a future where Bo defeated Aife, Bo's mother, resulted in Dyson unintentionally sacrificing his love for Bo to give her the strength to win. It has since been revealed that he is Bo's maternal grandfather.
- K.C. Collins as Hale Santiago: A Siren and Dyson's colleague as another Light Fae undercover agent in the police force. He can pacify, control, and kill humans and Fae alike with his whistling song; in addition, he can cure pain and heal wounds with it. Hale is good friends with Kenzi. He is the son of the leader of one of the three most powerful Light Fae clans, the Clan Zamora, but despite his family's high social status he makes his own way in life, although Bo and Kenzi used his contacts when they needed to infiltrate a high-class Fae event. He helped save Kenzi's life by using his siren's whistle to cauterize her wound in the season two finale. Starting season 3 he becomes the acting Ash after Lachlan's death.
- Paul Amos as Vex: a Mesmer. He can control people's actions against their will. Vex is a Dark Fae and a favorite of its Elders. He has a 'like-hate' relationship with The Morrígan and serves as her executioner. He played a pivotal role against the Garuda where he used his powers to delay the Garuda from using Trick's blood to change the Blood Laws. He has a childish personality and uses his powers to amuse himself in such ways. (Original Pilot; Season 1, 2, 3)
- Emmanuelle Vaugier as Evony Fleurette Marquise: The Morrígan. Ruthless, cunning, and revengeful leader of the local Dark Fae, she can melt and dissolve flesh with her touch. She is a leanan sídhe and runs a talent agency in the human world, where she represents young musicians and artists while stealing their talent. (Original Pilot; Season 1, 2, 3)
- Rachel Skarsten as Tamsin: a Valkyrie. Dyson's new detective partner and a bounty hunter working for the Dark Fae, she is not pleased with being forced to work with a Light Fae partner. She is building a case against Bo for attacking and feeding on a member of the Dark Fae. Initially, she has no problem showing her distaste for Bo or Dyson's infatuation with her, but develops an attraction and respect for Bo, to the point of questioning her own loyalties. (Season 3)
- Vincent Walsh as Lachlan: The Ash. He won the position of The Ash in a stag hunt after the previous Ash was left comatose. Smug, sexy, dangerous, charismatic and a formidable force in his own right. Power-hungry, he is a stickler for rules (although willing to bend them for his own gain). He was later revealed to be a Naga, having lost his other heads to use his venom for various purposes. He was killed by the Garuda, but not before having Lauren draw his venom so that she could turn it into a weapon for Bo to kill the Garuda with. (Season 2)
- Inga Cadranel as Aife (a/k/a Saskia): a Succubus and Bo’s biological mother. She is the daughter of Trick (the Blood King) and Isabeau. After rebelling against the truce imposed between the Light and Dark Fae and killing a Dark Elder, she was delivered to the Dark Fae for execution. Instead of being put to death, she endured many centuries of imprisonment, torture, and rape by a Dark King before she was able to escape. She masterminded a suicide bombing that killed most of the Light Fae Elders and critically injured The Ash. (Season 1, 3)
- Lina Roessler as Ciara: an old love of Dyson, known as the Fairy Queen. While she is initially treated frostily by Bo and Kenzi, Bo eventually comes to consider her a friend. She was in love with Dyson, but he was unable to respond in kind after the Norn took his ability to love anyone. She was later killed by the Garuda. (Season 2)
- Athena Karkanis as Nadia: Lauren's human girlfriend. She accompanied Lauren to the Congo and while there The Ash caused her to be stricken by a mysterious illness that left her in a coma — and thereby manipulated Lauren into servitude for the Light Fae. Bo is forced to kill her when the Garuda takes over her body. (Season 2)
- 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 most imminent and could have endangered Nate. (Season 2)
- Kate Trotter as the Norn: an Ancient with the power to grant one's strongest desire in exchange for that which they hold dearest. When Bo was fighting her mother, Aife, Dyson visited her and offered his wolf in return for transferring his strength to Bo, but due to a subtle error by him she instead took Dyson's love for Bo and ability to love anyone else again. She later returned Dyson's love passion after Kenzi threatened to cut down her sacred Ancient Tree with a chainsaw. (Season 1, 2)
- Clé Bennett as The Ash: leader of the Light Fae. He wanted Bo to choose alignment with the Light Fae, and ordered Lauren to find a way to manipulate Bo and prevent her from giving The Morrígan a reason to execute her. He is badly injured in an assassination attempt by Bo's mother, Aife, and left in a comatose state on life support by the end of the season. (Original Pilot; Season 1)
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.
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, filling the lead role of the character Bo in the series. Kris Holden-Ried, 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 Kenzi, 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. 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. 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. 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.
As part of the promotion of the series, an official site was opened at the beginning of August 2010 at 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 August 27–29, where they would be answering questions about the series and have promotional items available for watchers of the series as well.
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.
On November 12, 2010, the Showcase Blog announced that Lost Girl would be renewed for a second season.
An announcement on July 7, 2011 by Showcase confirmed that the second season premiere would be on September 4, 2011 and that an additional nine episodes had been ordered to bring season two to a total of 22 episodes.
On December 9, 2011, Kirk Hooper announced on the Showcase blog that Lost Girl had been renewed for a third season. It was later confirmed by Showcase on Twitter that season 3 would premiere in early 2013. On November 12, 2012, Syfy confirmed it would premiere season 3 in the US on January 14, 2013, and the following day, Showcase confirmed the Canadian premiere date of January 6, 2013.
Citing the show's "giant ratings," Showcase announced on February 28, 2013 that a fourth season of Lost Girl would be filmed, with production beginning that spring for a late 2013 premiere. Later on the same day, Syfy confirmed that it would premiere season 4 in 2014 in the US, and that season 4 would again be 13 episodes.
Season 1 (2010) 13 episodes: Michelle Lovretta (13 episodes), Peter Mohan (13 episodes), Emily Andras (12 episodes), Jeremy Boxen (3 episodes).
Season 2 (2011–2012) 22 episodes: Jeremy Boxen (22 episodes), Emily Andras (22 episodes), Grant Rosenberg (19 episodes), Michelle Lovretta (7 episodes), Brad Markowitz (4 episodes).
Season 3 (2013) 13 episodes: Emily Andras (13 episodes).
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD release date|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|1||13||September 12, 2010||December 12, 2010||April 24, 2012* (Canada)
October 23, 2012 (US)
|February 25, 2013 (UK)||November 23, 2011|
|2||22||September 4, 2011||April 1, 2012||November 13, 2012||September 9, 2013 (UK)||N/A|
|3||13||January 6, 2013||April 14, 2013||N/A||N/A||N/A|
* released without DVD region-encoding
The series premiered on Syfy in the US on January 16, 2012., despite it being reported that Syfy had purchased the rights to the first two seasons in May 2011. Syfy aired both seasons back to back, with the season one finale on April 9, 2012 being immediately following on April 16, 2012 by the season two premiere. Season three premiered January 14, 2013.
Entertainment One released season 1 on DVD in Canada on April 24, 2012. In Region 4, Sony Pictures Australia released season 1 on DVD in Australia on November 23, 2011. Funimation Entertainment released the first season in the United States on DVD and Blu-ray on October 23, 2012, followed by the second season on November 13, 2012. Berkshire Axis Media released the second season in Canada on DVD and Blu-ray on November 13, 2012.
Viewership of the pilot 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."
In Canada, Rob Salem of the Toronto Star described the show as one that "definitely bears watching." Vladislav Tinchev, writer for the German site Serienjunkies 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."
Upon its U.S. premiere, The New York Times said "Like other fantasy-tinged shows on Syfy and USA, it offers the minor pleasures of formulaic fantasy and weekly puzzle solving, though in a cheaper-looking and less original package than usual"; "Lost Girl could be more than routine if we felt Bo’s magnetism the way her hapless victims do, but through the first few episodes Ms. Silk is more stolid than steamy." In his review for Variety, Brian Lowry wrote: "At first glance, Lost Girl looks like another one of those Canadian imports picked up mostly for financial reasons. The pilot, however, proves unexpectedly fun—a sort of diluted version of True Blood... but the show has wit, style and an enticing lead in the leather-clad Anna Silk."
Awards and nominations
|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|||
|2013||Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Fiction Program or Series||Ian Brock (for "Something Wicked This Fae Comes")||Nominated|||
|2013||Best Writing in a Dramatic Series||Emily Andras (for "Into the Dark")||Nominated|||
|2013||Best Achievement in Casting||Lisa Parasyn (for "Barometz. Trick. Pressure.")||Nominated|||
|2011||Production Design – Television Series||Ian Brock (for "Vexed")||Nominated|||
|2011||Sound Editing – Television Series||Alex Bullick, James Robb, Tom Bjelic and John Laing (for "Dead Lucky")||Nominated|||
|2011||Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series||Ksenia Solo||Won|||
|2011||Best Cross-Platform Project – Fiction||Zandro Chan, Jay Firestone, Lui Francisco, Tigh Walker||Nominated|||
|2011||Best Writing in a Dramatic Series||Michelle Lovretta||Nominated|||
|2011||Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series||David Greene csc||Nominated|||
|2011||Best Achievement in Casting||Jon Comerford, Lisa Parasyn||Nominated|||
|2012||Favorite TV Drama||Lost Girl||Won|||
|2012||Favorite TV Actress||Anna Silk||Won|||
|2012||Hottest Hookup||Bo and Lauren||Won|||
|2012||Favorite Fictional Couple||Bo and Lauren||Won|||
|2012||Television and Cable Production – Directing – Television||David Winning||Won|||
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- Official website
- Lost Girl at Showcase
- Lost Girl at Syfy
- Lost Girl at SF Channel (Australia)
- Lost Girl official page on Facebook
- Lost Girl official application at Facebook
- Lost Girl on Twitter
- Lost Girl at GetGlue
- Lost Girl project page at Prodigy Pictures (production company)
- Lost Girl project page at The Canada Media Fund
- Lost Girl at Hulu
- Take Lost Girl Home at FUNimation Entertainment
- Lost Girl at the Internet Movie Database