Showcase Renews Lost Girl For Season 5

A fifth season is on its way for “Lost Girl” fans – Showcase has greenlit the Anna Silk series for another 13 episodes.

Since premiering in 2010, “Lost Girl” has solidified itself as a ratings powerhouse for Showcase. Season four was the #1 ranked program on the channel across multiple key demos and ranked in the Top 20 of all Canadian Specialty Programs for Fall 2013. “Rooted in folklore and mythology, ‘Lost Girl’ has inspired a passionate and dedicated fan following with its deeply engaging characters, richly imagined universe and boundary-pushing storylines,” said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice President of Content at Shaw Media, in a press release. “We’re looking forward to season five building on the exciting and fantastical plotlines.”

“Lost Girl” follows supernatural seductress Bo (Silk), a tough yet loveable Succubus who feeds off sexual energy. Since realizing she is part of the Fae, creatures of legend and folklore who live among humans, Bo has resisted choosing an allegiance to either the Dark or Light Fae clans. Instead, she has forged her own path between the human and Fae worlds, while embarking on a mission to unlock the secrets of her origin.

Throughout the fourth season Bo was plagued by memory loss that left her with more questions than answers, especially upon learning of her inexplicable decision to officially join the Dark Fae. Returning to the cast are series stars Kris Holden-Ried (“The Tudors,” “Underworld: Awakening”) as Light Fae shape-shifter Dyson, Zoie Palmer (“The Guard,” “Instant Star”) as human doctor Lauren, Rick Howland (“Billable Hours,” “Murdoch Mysteries”) as Bo’s ancient and secretive grandfather Trick and Rachel Skarsten (“The Vow,” “Flashpoint”) as Valkyrie warrior Tamsin. Returning guest stars include Paul Amos (“Sex After Kids,” “Murdoch Mysteries”) and Emmanuelle Vaugier (“Two and a Half Men,” “Covert Affairs”).

Production is currently underway for season 5 of “Lost Girl,” and will air this fall.

Photo: Showcase/Lost Girl


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