'Lost Girl' review: Syfy's newest Canadian import is sexy, fun and 'Buffy'-esque


Syfy's newest Canadian import, "Lost Girl" (premiering Jan. 16 at 10 p.m.), has found much success in its home country. In fact, it was the highest-rated Canadian scripted series debutever on Showcase, its network to the North.So how will it fare on American TV? Well, judging from the first episode, it'll fit quite nicely on Syfy's programming slate alongside "Being Human." Anna Silk stars as Bo, a Succubus who doesn't actually know she's a Succubus until two supernatural cops track her down after she sucks the life out of a date rapist in an elevator. (How very "Dexter" of her.)Turns out, she's part of a supernatural race called "Fae" -- and so are the cops (Kris Holden-Reid and K.C. Collins), though they're different species with different powers. This doesn't sit well with the "True Blood"-style Fae hierarchy, who force her to fight to the death with some other creepy creatures. When she survives, she has to...



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