Lost Girl 4 Seasons 2013

Season 3
(127) IMDb 8.1/10

1. Caged Fae TV-14 CC

Bo risks her freedom to do a favor for Lauren, only to discover she'll have to go it "au naturel". The new Ash is revealed. Later, Bo's new appetites shock... has she not recovered from last season's battle after all?

Starring:
Anna Silk, Kris Holden-Ried
Runtime:
45 minutes
Original air date:
January 14, 2013

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Season 3

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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Frosty Cold One on August 3, 2013
Unlike some shows that lose steam after a couple of seasons, Lost Girl apparently improves with age. Having firmly established its central mythology in seasons 1 & 2, season 3 introduces a Valkyrie (Tamsin) and delves deeper into the backstory, including a visit to Bo's past. If you are a fan of Vex, you'll certainly enjoy the first couple episodes of the season. Bo and Kenzi continue to face down new enemies with their usual panache, although it seems they are separated more often in season 3 when confronting what needs to be dealt with.

The introduction of expansive lore and imaginative minor characters with each episode never ceases to amaze; the all-fired creativity of the show's world is largely unparalleled in television today, and remains among Lost Girl's greatest assets. I rarely rate a TV show with 5 stars, but in the case of Lost Girl it's hard to find a downside. Season 3 being reduced to 13 episodes is a major letdown after being treated to 22 episodes in season 2, but I suspect that it is wise to focus on quality over quantity rather than risk overextending resources. The possibilities here are almost limitless, which keeps me optimistic that Lost Girl will continue for another three seasons: Let's hope that Anna Silk and Ksenia Solo don't lose interest in being a part of this anytime soon.

I've waited many years for a show to pick up the torch that was dropped when Buffy the Vampire Slayer was retired in 2003; Lost Girl is about as good as we are going to get in creating a similar chemistry involving monsters, would-be monsters, a Scooby gang, female empowerment, and the vast gray area that confuses concepts of pure good or evil. In season 3, Bo's knowledge and skills continue to strengthen -- as does Lost Girl overall.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Heather Hall on August 6, 2013
Format: DVD
Before this show, I hadn't really gotten into Canadian shows. I loved lost girl. I love the mythology, the story line, the strong female protagonist and basically everything else. It is beautifully shot, the actors and actresses are amazing (and sexy and funny), and the storyline is riveting!

I think this season really hit the shows stride. More of the politics and history was brought out, and Bo continues to be challenged. Bones- Linda Hamilton guest stars!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Pickles McGhee on October 31, 2013
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How can you not love this. I cannot wait for the next season! Too bad it is a Canadian series and we may have to wait a while to get access.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By amazon customer on May 5, 2014
Format: DVD
Warning: HERE BE SPOILERS

Season 3 opened with a strong and very campy-hilarious prison episode... and a segue into the long-awaited f/f relationship between Bo and Lauren. yay!! Finally. We get a couple of hook up scenes where these two get to be happy and play out the passion they deserve.

Unfortunately, the f/f bliss is short-lived.... WTF?!! Like, only a few episodes? Forget that Lauren is human... I don't think that's the real problem. What is up with Lauren's libido? No passion!!... no wonder Bo stays "hungry." I mean, how can you be in the same room as Bo and not want to ravish her 24/7?!?!? Geeez. Lauren is too cerebral for her own good. I am so pulling her gay card!!! Not liking her character much this season. Lauren needs to get more excited for Bo... maybe even strap it on once in a while for her insatiable succubus, dammit. She's also a monogamous human and struggles with Bo's need to feed beyond her... they are not going to happy places this season. They practically end up in LBD mode. No... NOOOOO... this is not what I wanted to see on the lezzie side of my sci-fi soap opera.

I figure it's probably a set up for Bo to return to Dyson (you know it). But I got over it... primarily because falling in love with an insatiable bisexual succubus and accepting her for what she is... is making me like the idea of watching her sleep around more, lol. I'd really like to see Bo ditch the relationship drama for now and just have some hot affairs with other women, even f/f/f... starting with Tamsin. Or where are all the female werewolves? Don't they come in female?? If Dyson's passion is based on his wolf... I'd sure like to see a woman with that kind of passion chase after Bo... Throwing a hot butch into the mix wouldn't hurt either!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan D. Knight on November 28, 2013
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This is currently the best show on TV - season 4 will be released in the US and Europe in January 2014 - started November 10th in Canada - at 10pm EST on ShowCase- not a good sign ;o( as would appear to ndicate a drop in ratings. This show has received surprisingly little publicity - strange that none of the major networks have picked it up. Having watched the first 3 episodes of season 4 - Anna Silk was not really in the first 2 as she has recently given birth. Ksenia Solo (Kenzi) is as brilliant as ever - in my opinion the best actress of her generation - she has certainly matured ;o) I do not understand why there was such a long delay in releasing season 3 on DVD - released in the US before Canada. I sincerely hope that the producers and distributors 'get their act together' and release season 4 on DVD on time. It is also only 13 episodes and thus far has been more sureal than series 1 and 2 and many fans of those may be put off but Bo and Kenzi are reunited in episode 4 of season 4 so things should more or less get back to normal.
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