Lost Girl

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  • TV-MA
  • 2012
  • 6 Seasons
  • 7.6  (33,088)

Lost Girl is a supernatural drama series that first aired in 2010 on the Syfy Channel. The show follows the life of Bo, played by Anna Silk, a succubus who is discovering her true identity in a world where mythical creatures are real and living among us. Accompanied by her friends Kenzi, played by Ksenia Solo, and Dyson, played by Kris Holden-Ried, Bo navigates a dangerous path as she tries to uncover the truth about her past and embrace her powers to make sense of her newfound identity.

Bo, along with several other supernatural beings, lives in a world called the Fae, a realm parallel to the human world. The Fae is a society of both Dark and Light Fae who are constantly at odds with one another. Bo, born of a union between a human and a succubus, is deemed an unknown and consequently has no allegiances to either side of the Fae. Her powers are formidable, making her a sought after asset by many different factions in the Fae world. This creates issues for Bo as she is forced to make allies and enemies with not only Light and Dark Fae, but also human investigators who are trying to uncover the Fae's existence.

Throughout the series, Bo grapples with her sense of belonging and identity as she tries to understand the scope of her powers. Her best friend Kenzi, a scrappy human street rat, helps to ground Bo as their relationship becomes the heart of the show. Dyson, a Light Fae detective, also strikes up a friendship and later, a romantic relationship with Bo, despite his orders to keep her in check. Dyson is an integral part of the show as he provides insight into the intricate workings of the Fae world, serving as Bo's guide to navigating the politics of the Fae.

Other important characters include the bubbly and naive Trick, played by Rick Howland, a bartender who is actually one of the most powerful Fae in the world. Lauren, played by Zoie Palmer, is a human doctor who becomes entangled with the Fae after a chance encounter with Bo. Her character serves as a foil to Bo, as she is initially skeptical of the Fae world and their motives, leading her to ally with the humans trying to catch them.

The show has been praised for its clever writing, unique mythology, and strong characters. One of the most interesting aspects of the show is the way it explores themes of sexuality and identity. Bo's sexuality is a crucial element of her character as a succubus, but the show also delves into the sexuality of other Fae characters, depicting a world where a person's gender and sexual preference are fluid and diverse. This aspect of the show has led to a strong, dedicated fanbase who connect with the characters on a personal level.

Lost Girl ran for five seasons, concluding in 2016. Fans were sad to see the show end, but the series finale provided a satisfactory conclusion to the overarching storylines while leaving room for more stories to be told in the Fae universe.

Overall, Lost Girl is a captivating and addictive show that offers a fresh take on the supernatural genre. The show's unique take on sexuality and identity, as well as its compelling characters and intricate mythology, make it a must-watch for fans of the genre.

Lost Girl is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (86 episodes). The series first aired on January 16, 2012.

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Seasons
Rise
8. Rise
October 25, 2015
It�۪s all lead up to this. The Pyrippus has overtaken Bo, and Hades�۪ plan is moments from completion. Will everything Bo and her friends have worked for finally come to an end, or will they rise against the evil plaguing their home?
Let Them Burn
7. Let Them Burn
October 18, 2015
The search for the Pyrippus leads Bo to a realization that shakes her to the core. With Hades pulling the strings from the very beginning, can she really fight against this dark fate? Or will everything Bo' worked for burn to the ground?
Follow the Yellow Trick Road
6. Follow the Yellow Trick Road
October 11, 2015
There�۪s no place like home, but for Bo it�۪s a long, red brick road to get back, and it will take more than finding the man behind the curtain to get there. But maybe it�۪s easier to accept the world of Oz rather than the cruel reality of what she�۪s lost.
Family Portrait
5. Family Portrait
October 4, 2015
Even a Succubus can�۪t escape awkward family dinners. Aife breaks out of the mental hospital and reveals the truth about her imprisonment and Trick. Has Bo been on the wrong side, or is there still more to this twisted family history?
Judgment Fae
4. Judgment Fae
September 27, 2015
Z is back on the scene and harder to find once they abandon their vessel. Their only lead to finding Z is gaining an audience with Hephaestus. But to meet with him, Bo will have to prove herself worthy.
Sweet Valkyrie High
3. Sweet Valkyrie High
September 20, 2015
Tamsin has a plan to send Hades back, but first she has to find a way back to Valhalla. While she walks down memory lane at her alma mater, Lauren and Bo have their hands full with an irate Evony who wants nothing more than to be Fae again.
Like Father, Like Daughter
2. Like Father, Like Daughter
September 13, 2015
Even with Nyx defeated, the end of the world is still looming as long as Z is around. Bo gains help from an old friend to secure the key to Z' defeat. But will a song and a painting really be enough to banish an Ancient?
44 Minutes to Save the World
1. 44 Minutes to Save the World
September 6, 2015
With the threat of an apocalypse hanging over them, Bo and her friends must find and stop the deadly Nyx before midnight. But with Zeus' schemes and a newly released Hades, the problems just keep piling on.
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Where to Watch Lost Girl
Lost Girl is available for streaming on the Syfy website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Lost Girl on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV, The CW and CW Seed.
  • Premiere Date
    January 16, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    7.6  (33,088)