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 ...
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Chaos strikes when humans attack The Dal, leaving the fate of one of the gang hanging in the balance. Meanwhile, The Morrigan exploits this opportunity to ignite the tensions between Light and Dark -...
Bo mounts a rescue mission to save two people who are dear to her - unaware of the dangers facing those she thought were safe. Kenzi has an epiphany about Hale, and Dyson is given an important clue ...
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 system 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. Written by
Ksenia Solo (Kenzi) and Kris Holden-Ried (Dyson) have both worked with actress Maria Doyle Kennedy. Ksenia worked with her in the TV show 'Orphan Black', playing Shay Davydov and Siobhan Sadler respectively; Kris worked with her in the TV show 'The Tudors', playing William Compton and Queen Catherine of Aragon respectively. See more »
We are living in a new golden age of television. This is the age of the one hour drama. Sure, we've had them for decades now, but never have we had so many good ones available at one time. Chuck, The Walking Dead, Dexter, Sons of Anarchy, 24, House, Supernatural, No Ordinary Family, etc, etc, etc.
Now we have Lost Girl.
I won't say this show will be enjoyed by everyone, but any sane person will at least acknowledge it is worthwhile.
Decent acting shows through a veil of light camp as characters develop personally and with each other. This development is rushed at times, but the point seems to be allow for the audience to quickly absorb as much info as they can on a world with a decidedly massive mythos. Understandably, some may find this up-tempo plotting to be counter- immersive, but there is no accounting for personal preference.
Some may be turned away by the sexual energy which charges this show. That being said, the sexuality inherent in the atmosphere is never gratuitous and always essential to the product as a whole.
Finally, it must be said that the possibilities for future plot lines are nearly endless, considering the vast amount of folklore this show can draw inspiration from. Not to mention the possibilities of political intrigue between the two major factions in the show.
I've tried to be as vague as possible in describing the show, as that is what the summary is for. All I seek to do is shine a little light on a prime product that, with all the other great shows on TV, some folks might miss or simply pass up. Trust me, you owe it to yourself to give this a try, even if it's just to see if you like it.
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