After being whisked away last season by “The Wanderer” (maybe), Bo is back in a new teaser for Lost Girl ‘s fourth season. At least she’s back in body, but the Bo sauntering through the teaser set to a folksy cover of “The Wanderer,” suggests Bo might not be Bo. At the very least, she could be embracing her darker fae impulses. Her smile after a bit of soul-sucking suggests is downright chilling. Check out the moody teaser below. What do you think lies ahead for Bo this season? Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2013/08/30/lost-girl-season-4-teaser-bos-back-or-is-she/
Mario versus Luigi. World of Warcraft levels. And, yes, okay, a bit of Lost Girl Season 4 talk. At Comic-Con last weekend, we caught up with Kris Holden-Ried, Ksenia Solo and Zoie Palmer on the red carpet of a party in honor of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. And while the trio did tease what's ahead on their Syfy hit (no sex, no fighting... all sarcasm, we believe), most of the discussion centered on video games: What did they play as a kid? What do their enjoy now? And, seriously, who would they choose: Mario or Luigi? Watch and learn now: http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/07/lost-girl-cast-members-debate-mario-vs-luigi-geek-out-at-comic-c/
The 13 all-new episodes will premiere on Syfy in early 2014. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/KlgvtWY1ldo/
Said release is timed with tonight's third season finale of the series. Read More... http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2013/04/22/syfy-will-launch-its-first-ever-mobile-game-with-lost-girl-the-game-483201/20130422syfy01/
Lost Girl is down to its last episode of the season and it's sure to be a doozy. The Lost Girl season 3 finale, "Those Who Wander," picks up seamlessly from last week's " Hail, Hale ." Lauren, Dyson and Aife are imprisoned at Isaac's lab, while Bo contends with a wounded Tamsin. Kenzi is in the Morrigan's custody at the Dal. And Trick is locked in a car trunk. The final two episodes could easily have been aired back-to-back as a two-hour finale. Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/04/lost-girl-exclusive-emily-andras-on-mythology-monogomy-and-more/
Lost Girl gives us the big windup before the season finale, as Hale’s inauguration turns into the inciting incident for a full-scale race war. http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/M1ogMHMSSV0/is-lost-girl-going-to-start-a-race-war-471458226
The Dawning finally dawns on Lost Girl , as Bo trips through some sloppy metaphors and gets back to her human roots while discovering her inner Galadriel. Read More... http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/bw_6wxECEzk/456124934
The Canadian series Lost Girl that has become a sci-fi hit on both sides of the border has been renewed for a fourth season by its home network Showcase. But have no fear US fans as the folks over at Syfy are picking up the show as well. ‘Lost Girl ’ is currently midway through its third season, earning giant ratings in Canada and performing moderately well here in the States. In fact, the series – which follows supernatural seductress Bo (series lead Anna Silk), a tough yet loveable Succubus who feeds off sexual energy – has become a cornerstone series for Showcase and a top-rated specialty drama in Canada. READ MORE...
Terminator’s Linda Hamilton has booked a guest stint on Lost Girl , Entertainment Weekly has shared. Hamilton will play the character Acacia. Her alter ego is described as "a tough, sexy and ruthless assassin who has enjoyed a storied and deadly career." The long time actress is slated to show up in the Syfy series’ March 23rd episode in a long awaited appearance. The Mary Bartowski depicter’s stint comes off the heels of her role in the NBC spy series ‘Chuck’ last year as the title character’s mother. Hamilton is best known for her work in the TV series ‘The Line’ where she played the role of Carol. She has also starred in ‘Terminator Salvation’, Showtime’s ‘Weeds’, ‘Bad Behavior’ and the television movie ‘Home by Christmas’. READ MORE...
SyFy's "Lost Girl" is one of the most inclusive shows on television, with strong, dynamoic lesbian and bisexual characters in prominent roles. Given the show's exemplary reputation when it comes to LGBT issues, fans and critics were particularly dismayed by a scene depicting anti-transgender violence. In "Caged Fae," its Season 3 premiere, "Lost Girl" heroine Bo intentionally got herself put into a supernatural women's prison in order to investigate a criminal plot.The jail was run by Amazons, who were impregnating the prisoners and selling their babies. Here's where things got offensive. At the end of the episode, Bo kissed the prison's warden, who appears to be female -- and then announced that she had beard stubble, and was biologically male. The Amazon guards descended on the warden, grabbing her crotch and violently dragging her away. The warden survives the assault. She is referred to using male pronouns for the duration of the episode. There is... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/01/syfys-lost-girl-criticized-for-anti-transgender-violence-producers-respond.html