Lost Girl 4 Seasons 2010

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Kenzi, Bo, and Dyson go undercover at an exclusive country club to figure out what's making the help disappear. Later, a seductive face from Bo's past makes a startling appearance.

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45 minutes
Original air date:
December 5, 2010

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Season 1
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    1. It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World Bo, a gorgeous drifter with horrifying powers, finds herself caught between rival sects of the supernatural Fae world. Choosing the wrong side could be the last mistake she'll ever make.

    TV-14 44min September 12, 2010
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    2. Where There's A Will There's A Fae A will-o'-the-wisp seeks out Bo for help recovering his stolen jewels. The case is not without its dangers, but her new client promises Bo information about the identity of her parents.

    TV-14 45min September 19, 2010
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    3. Sorority Bo and Kenzi go undercover on a college campus to track down a missing coed. Will they crack the case with honors - or get sent straight to the dean's office?

    TV-14 45min September 26, 2010
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    4. Faetal Attraction Bo's falling out with Dyson leads to a night of drinking that ends with the Succubus in the arms of a Fury. When their pillow talk turns to the topic of murder, humans and Fae alike better hold on to their heads.

    TV-14 45min October 3, 2010
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    5. Dead Lucky When a Dark Fae bookie gets ripped off, he strong arms Bo into tracking down the culprit. The Succubus has doubts about her new client, but the job could get her one step closer to finding her mother.

    TV-14 45min October 17, 2010
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    6. Food For Thought While Bo and Lauren tend to a gravely ill eater of the dead, Kenzi chows down on a toxic bowl of foot soup. The Succubus and the doctor race to find a cure, but time is running out.

    TV-14 45min October 24, 2010
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    7. ArachnoFaebia Kenzi and Bo are bitten by a mysterious spider of the Under Fae variety, which causes them to act increasingly hostile and violent toward each other.

    TV-14 45min October 31, 2010
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    8. Pilot Bo trades a few bags of blood to a vampire for information on her mother, but the tip only leads to trouble with both the Light - and Dark - Fae.

    TV-14 45min November 7, 2010
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    9. Fae Day When a scared Fae holiday is interrupted by the wail of a Banshee, Bo and Kenzi must forge a truce between two feuding brothers - or someone dies before sunset!

    TV-14 45min November 14, 2010
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    10. Saskia During her investigation into an apparent suicide, Bo meets a Dark Fae Succubus with a wealth of experience. Meanwhile, Trick enlists Kenzi's help for a very important job.

    TV-14 45min November 21, 2010
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    11. Faetal Justice When Dyson is framed for the murder of a Dark Fae, Bo works overtime to try and clear his name, but she'll need help from Kenzi to put together the clues that crack the case.

    TV-14 45min November 28, 2010
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    12. Dis (Members) Only Kenzi, Bo, and Dyson go undercover at an exclusive country club to figure out what's making the help disappear. Later, a seductive face from Bo's past makes a startling appearance.

    TV-14 45min December 5, 2010
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    13. Blood Lines Bo finally learns the truth about her mother's identity, Dyson and Trick make shocking sacrifices, and the threat of war hangs heavy over the Fae World.

    TV-14 44min December 12, 2010

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Horror
Director Steve DiMarco
Supporting actors Ksenia Solo, K.C. Collins, Richard Howland, Inga Cadranel, Jonathan Higgins, Amy Lalonde, Michael Mando, Suzanne Cyr, Boyd Banks, Stephanie Belding, Edsson Morales, Zsuzsanna Cseh, Yulia Lukin, Talia Russo, Sima Fisher, Adam Booth
Season year 2010
Network SyFy
Executive Producer Emily Andras
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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78 of 83 people found the following review helpful By 324B21 on April 24, 2012
Format: DVD
A must have for those Sci-Fi/Fantasy lovers out there, especially those who once loved Buffy and Angel - two series Lost Girl is constantly compared to. It is, however, targeted to a more mature audience, given its sexual content. Bo (played brilliantly by Anna Silk) is a Succubus raised by humans that runs away from home once she drains her first boyfriend to death. Ten years later, she is found and targeted by the Fae when suspiciously leaving a body behind after protecting human sidekick Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) from a man at a local bar. Bo soon learns that the Fae are divided between Light and Dark and refuses to make a choice -- which is a parallel to Bo's own sexuality; a bisexual Succubus, constantly torn between two lovers: Light Fae detective Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried) and human doctor Lauren (Zoie Palmer). The first season is about Bo's search for her true identity as we are introduced to the Fae world and its various secrets and ramifications.

The love triangle is one of the show's biggest draws, particularly because both lovers bring something different to the table: Dyson, the territorial alpha male, provides sexual healing - literally - in an electrifying friends with benefits relationship. Lauren, the fragile, geeky beta female, provides the human warmth and emotional connection/support Bo so desperately needs. The latter is particularly satisfying because Bo and Lauren's relationship isn't played for male titillation; it is straightforward, it is real and it resonates with the audience. Their chemistry is heart-wrenching and beautiful and fortunately, only a taste of what's to come in season 2.
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95 of 114 people found the following review helpful By taxman on March 31, 2012
Format: DVD
If you are a fan of the series by all means do NOT wait for it to come to Amazon's US web site. It will be available in region 1 format on Amazon's Canadian site (AMAZON.CA) on 4-24-12. It is 29.99 Canadian (minus the exchange rate to the US dollar), plus 10.00 shipping international. I will not go into the show itself because you will either like it, or hate it. It is on SYFY on Monday nights 10 PM and has drawn huge complaints from censor loving religious thumpers. I will say no more. Check it out yourself. and if you like True Blood, then you will appreciate this show as well. Be patient as it could take 2 weeks to arrive from the release date.

UPDATE: IF YOU LIKE THE SERIES GO TO AMAZON.CA IMMEDIATELY. MINE WAS SHIPPED OUT FROM CANADA ON MONDAY 4-23. IT ARRIVED ON WED 4-25 AND I DID NOT PAY FOR EXPEDIATED DELIVERY. IT IS REGION 1, AND MY WIFE AND I STARTED WATCHING WHEN I GOT HOME FROM WORK. THIS IS THE SAME SEASON BROADCASTING ON SYFY NOW. THE EXCHANGE RATE WENT DOWN AND IT ONLY COST $36.00 TOTAL.

If you like the series, this is how to get it now without any special universal equipment or waiting for a US distribution.

As of 6-5-2012, the price on AMAZON.CA dropped to $24.99 Canadian which is slightly less in US dollars. AMAZON.CA will convert all US $ to Canadian $. The people selling it here are actually buying it from Canada and jacking up the price. Save your $ and buy it from AMAZON's Canadian company.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By KT on May 11, 2012
Format: DVD
I was introduced to this series by a friend and I was stunned. I watch very little TV but this is phenomenal. Gritty, a bit dark, occasionally campy, very sexy (yes, there's sex in it, well done from my perspective) with a bi-sexual succubus, a human sidekick, and a truly excellent supporting cast. I thoroughly enjoy them all and watching how the cast grows together, creating a connected and charismatic group. The succubus, Anna Silk (does anyone else see her distinct resemblance to Andrea Parker? I honestly thought they must be related) is an excellent choice and I really enjoy that she has a real body, curves and all. No stick legs or flat chest for her and I can only wish the US would follow suit. Go Canada!!!
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 30, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
On the grimy streets of Toronto, there are magical, ancient beings that humans are not even aware of.

And as a young succubus named Bo discovers, a life among them is a dangerous, weird one. "Lost Girl Season 1" is a brilliant premiere season for a very unique, sexy and gritty series, which imagines all mythical creatures as various breeds of fae -- and between the strong cast and witty writing, it's an absolute joy.

For years, Bo (Anna Silk) has drifted from city to city, sucking the life-force from people via sex/kisses. But after she rescues a young thief named Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) by killing an attempted rapist, she is captured by the Fae leaders, the Ash (light Fae) and the Morrigan (dark Fae). Since she has no idea who she is, they put her to an ancient test.

But Bo chooses neither the Light nor the Dark. She still gets some allies among the Fae, including werewolf cop Dyson (Kristen Holden-Ried), human doctor Lauren (Zoie Palmer) and the pleasant but mysterious bartender Trick (Rick Howland).

Because she belongs to neither side, Bo and Kenzi turn out to be perfect supernatural detectives: missing college girls, a jealous fury, missing treasure, a body-hopping Hsien, a fae-killing toxin, a crooked country club, a spider with a deadly power, a family feud, a string of supernatural suicides, and Dyson being accused of murder. And while she does this, Bo searches for her mysterious origins -- only to find that the truth is much worse than she could have imagined.

A show about the adventures of a beautiful young succubus sounds... well, like the premise for a porn movie, not a fantasy-noir series.
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