Sun., June 10, 2012
Syfy has confirmed that they will be making a Lost Girl Season 3. This comes as no surprise as it is the #1 cable drama among adults 18-49 and 25-54 in it’s time period. Season 3 will have 13 episodes and begins January 2013.
Lost Girl will air at it’s new time and day starting July 20, 2012 moving from Mondays at 10:00 PM to Fridays at 10:00 PM.
Anna Silk (Being Erica) stars as seductress Bo, a Succubus (a powerful female entity in folklore) who feeds off sexual energy. Raised by human parents, Bo had no reason to believe she was anything other than the girl next door – until she "drained" her first boyfriend to death.
Bo discovers she is one of the Fae, creatures of legend who pass as humans while secretly feeding off them. Faced with choosing between an allegiance to the Dark or Light Fae clans, Bo takes the middle path between the human and Fae worlds while embarking on a mission to unlock the secrets of her origin.
Returning for Season Three are Kris Holden-Ried (Ben Hur, The Tudors, Underworld 4) as "Dyson"; Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected; Black Swan) as "Kenzi"; Zoie Palmer (The Guard, Instant Star, XIII) as "Lauren"; Rick Howland (Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries) as "Trick"; and K.C. Collins (Owning Mahowny, Doomstown) as "Hale."
Joining the "Lost Girl" cast this season is Rachel Skarsten (The Vow; Flashpoint) in a recurring role as "Tamsin," a thrill-seeking, sexy new Fae who ruffles many feathers. Emmanuelle Vaugier (Two and a Half Men, Covert Affairs) will reprise her role as "The Morrigan," the leader of the Dark Fae. "Lost Girl" was developed by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media and Showcase. Executive producers are Jay Firestone, Emily Andras, Plato Fountidakis, and Paul Rapovski. James Thorpe is co-executive producer, Vanessa Piazza is co-producer, and Wanda Chaffey is producer.
"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.