Since the terrible season four and its finale, I was wondering how the show would continue or if even Kenzi (and Ksenia Solo) would be back and whether the final season could regain some of what made this series great. Well season five has premiered on Showcase and I have to say it is a massive improvement over season…
I JUST NEED TO KNOW
Showcase has announced that Lost Girl's upcoming fifth season will be its last and has upped the episode order to 16 from its usual 13. Here is the video straight from star Anna Silk:
Season five already has its well known guest star tapped, Charisma Carpenter is playing the fae Freyja the norse goddess.
Sometimes coming out is making an announcement and sometimes it is just thanking your partner at an awards speech like everyone already knew already! Last night at the Canadian Screen Awards Zoie Palmer thanked her partner Alex Lalonde and their son from a previous relationship of Lalonde's while accepting an award…
Showcase has renewed Lost Girl for another season. SPOILERS FOR THE 4TH SEASON FINALE BELOW.
Lacking sunshine over here. I just caught up on Lost Girl, mind is still reeling from that one. I don't care what anyone says, it's good. Camp, sex, mythology, what more can you ask for?
WTF did I just watch. SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS
Lost Girl came back to the US like a month ago, apparently, and I never set it up with a season pass after I moved, so I haven't been recording it, nor was I aware it had come back here.
Spoilers for last night's episode.
OH MY FREAKING GOD!!! THAT ENDING!! AAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!!
A good kind of crazy that I just can't get enuff of.
Guess what? Webisodes!
So as disappointed as I was with season three... This makes up for it:
This is for last night's episode spoilers after the jump...
I remember reading recaps of a Lost Girl episode a few weeks ago that were impressed by the fidelity to a relatively obscure Polish fairytale character, and as much as I bitch about the show sometimes, I figured there's a strength—there's something they can commit to that SPN doesn't manage—taking each mythos equally…
That was a really fun episode that also moved the plot forward in a significant way. Spoilers below.
This has been a great episode if only for the possibility of Lauren and Bo breaking up. Lauren is like that girl that your friend dates who has never watched a Monty Python and is lactose/gluten intolerant at a pizza joint.