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Showcase poster - Season 1

Lost Girl premiered on the Showcase channel on Sunday, September 12, 2010, at 9 p.m. ET/PT.[1]

The show's debut became "the highest-rated Canadian scripted series premiere of all time on Showcase." [2][3]

The series premiere episode, It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World, starred Anna Silk as Bo, the protagonist of the title, Kris Holden-Ried as Dyson, Ksenia Solo as Kenzi, Zoie Palmer as Lauren, Rick Howland as Trick, K.C. Collins as Hale; with Clé Bennett as The Ash and Emmanuelle Vaugier as The Morrigan.

Season 1 Cast
Publicity photo No.1

Vexed is the original pilot produced in February 2009 [4] that sold the series to Showcase and subsequently used as Episode 1.08 in the series.[5]

The thirteenth and final episode of the season aired on December 10, 2010.

Australia premiere

Season 1 premiered in Australia on Sci Fi Australia (renamed SF Channel) on July 14, 2011.[6] After SF ceased broadcasting on December 31, 2013, SBS (Special Broadcasting Service) acquired the rights to the first three seasons of Lost Girl.[7] The first season (repeat) premiered on free-to-air channel SBS 2 on October 1, 2013.[8]

In the United Kingdom (UK and Ireland), it premiered on Syfy (UK) on September 1, 2011.[9]

Syfy (UK) premiere

In the United States, it premiered on Syfy (U.S.) on January 16, 2012.[10][11] The series debut delivered 1.474 million viewers (0.5 rating).[12] The last episode of the season on April 9 was followed by Season 2 on April 16, 2012.

In France, Lost Girl premiered on TNT Numéro 23 channel on December 15, 2012.[13]

In Germany, Lost Girl premiered on Sony Pictures Television Germany (pay TV) on April 22, 2013.[14] The series moved to Super RTL (free TV) and debuted on the new channel on October 16, 2013.[15]

Season 1 Cast
Publicity photo No.2

On February 7, 2014, Lost Girl premiered in Brazil on AXN Brasil,[16][17] and Latin America on AXN Latinoamérica.[18]

Before the end of the first season, Lost Girl was named Number 9 on the list of the top ten illegally downloaded TV shows from the torrent website, The Pirate Bay.[19]

The premiere episode, It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World, does not feature an opening title sequence. The traditional Showcase opening title sequence with top main cast names, series creator, Lost Girl show title, voice-over monologue by Anna Silk and Lost Girl Theme Song, followed by supporting cast and guest actors, started with the second episode of the series, Where There's a Will, There's a Fae.

The DVD of Season 1 was released first in Australia on November 23, 2011; followed by Canada on April 24, 2012; the United States on October 23, 2012; and United Kingdom on February 25, 2013.

For the complete history of Lost Girl (including gallery and videos) visit: Lost Girl History.




  • Erik Canuel
  • John Fawcett
  • Paul Fox
  • Robert Lieberman
  • Steve DiMarco

Story arc

Bo is a Succubus who grew up as the child of a human couple, unaware of her non-human nature and of the Fae world she came from. She began to feel "different" when she entered puberty and didn't know she was not normal until she accidentally killed her high school boyfriend by draining his Chi during her first sexual activity. When she turned to her conservative and religious parents for comfort and support they informed Bo that she had been adopted, and called her "deviant" and a "monster." Not knowing what she was and what she had done, Bo hated herself and ran away from home; leaving behind her previous life for one without family or friends, moving from place to place, and assuming a new identity whenever she killed again. She lived on the run for ten years until she was discovered by the Fae and finally found out what she was.

In the first episode of the series, It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World, Bo saves a young human woman, Kenzi, from a rapist who had surreptitiously drugged her with a "roofie" in her drink. The two quickly become friends and Kenzi comes up with the idea that they should team up to create a Fae/Human private investigation agency. Confronted by the Fae leaders of the local territory with a demand for her to choose a clan – either Light Fae or Dark Fae – Bo declares herself neutral, deciding instead to side with humans after Kenzi risked her life to find out where Bo had been taken by force and what they were doing to her. Most of the Fae considered Bo an unknown entity that should either be eliminated as a risk to their secret existence or exploited for their benefit.

Throughout the season, Bo learns more about the Fae world and herself while she searches for information about her origins. Along the way, Bo develops romantic relationships with both Dyson, a Light Fae wolf shapeshifter and police detective; and Lauren, a human doctor and scientist, and pledged servant of The Ash, leader of the Light Fae.

Season 1 Episodes

  1. It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World
  2. Where There's a Will, There's a Fae
  3. Oh Kappa, My Kappa
  4. Faetal Attraction
  5. Dead Lucky
  6. Food for Thought
  7. ArachnoFaebia
  8. Vexed  (1.08 is the Lost Girl original pilot)
  9. Fae Day
  10. The Mourning After
  11. Faetal Justice
  12. (Dis)Members Only
  13. Blood Lines

Main Cast

Supporting Cast

Supporting – Guest – Bit Actors

1.01 – It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World
1.02 – Where There's a Will, There's a Fae
  • Debra Lynne McCabe as Neighbor
  • Elias Toufexis as Michael Connell
  • George Tchortov as Dullahan #1
  • Keith Dinicol as Bardwell
  • Killian Gray as Dullahan # 2
  • Richard McMillan as Will (Will-o'-the-wisp)
1.03 – Oh Kappa, My Kappa
  • Alan Tang as Kappa Creature
  • Jenny Raven as Libra
  • John Kapelos as Wayne
  • Kim Roberts as Esther
  • Krysta Carter as Tori
  • Lizz Alexander as Kala
  • Nikki Grant as Gina
  • Niville Diggs as Cala the Waitress
  • Robert Mauriel as Robert
  • Shauna MacDonald as Dean Peretti
1.04 – Faetal Attraction
1.05 – Dead Lucky
1.06 – Food for Thought
  • Diana Reyes as Guard #1
  • Hrant Alianak as Kouyoumijian
  • Julian Richings as Arval
  • Karen Glave as Marian
  • Laura de Carteret as Dr. Hansen
  • Lawrence Bayne as Muscular Goon
  • Lynne Griffin as Halima (Aswang)
  • Neil Whitely as Head of Security
  • Thet Win as Lab Assistant
  • Vladimir Jon Cubrt as Guard #2
1.07 – ArachnoFaebia
  • Chapelle Jaffe as Martha
  • Jeff Kassel as Gordon
  • Kristi Angus as Cheryl
  • Lisa Berry as Serena (Fire Fae)
  • Mark Hobson as Pete
  • Meg Hogarth as Pearl
  • Peter Cockett as Jungle Jim
  • Tre Smith as Black Ops
1.08 – Vexed
1.09 – Fae Day
1.10 – The Mourning After
1.11 – Faetal Justice
1.12 – (Dis)Members Only
  • Adam Booth as Man Jump Into Pool
  • Amy Lalonde as Chloe
  • Boyd Banks as Groundskeeper
  • Edsson Morales as Thumper
  • Inga Cadranel as Saskia (Succubus)
  • Jonathan Higgins as Mitch
  • Michael Mando as Neville
  • Sima Fisher as Pool Party Woman #4
  • Stephanie Belding as Amy (Land Wight)
  • Suzanne Cyr as Blake
  • Talia Russo as Pool Party Woman #3
  • Yulia Lukin as Pool Party Woman #2
  • Zsuzsanna Cseh as Pool Party Woman #1
1.13 – Blood Lines

Season 1 Quotes

See Quotes: Season 1 for collection of memorable quotations.


The Lost Girl Theme Song was written by Jody Colero, Marco DiFelice, and Benjamin Pinkerton.

1.01 It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World
  • Breezing Along by Valentino Music / The Music People
  • I Know What I Am by Band Of Skulls
  • It Could Be Love by Camouflage Nights
  • Murphy’s Magic by Cavendish Music / The Music People
  • Sweet Cream by Parry Music / The Music People
  • Swinging From The Chains Of Love by Blackie and The Rodeo Kings
1.02 Where There's a Will, There's a Fae
  • Draggin’ The Days by The Mahones
  • I’ll Bring The Sun by Jason Collett
  • Outward Bound by Cavendish Music / The Music People
  • Trophy by Bat For Lashes
  • Two In The Bush / Davey's Gravy by Cavendish Music / The Music People
  • Vector by Metro Electro
1.03 Oh Kappa, My Kappa
  • Au Revoir Mon Coeur by Parry Music / The Music People
  • Because I'm Awesome by The Dollyrots
  • Bounce With Me by Kreesha Turner
  • Got Me (Alternate Version) by Stars and Crosses
  • Mandolinerry by Digital Vision Music / The Music People
  • New York Irish by Cavendish Music / The Music People
  • Polka Dot by Focus Music / The Music People
  • There Is XXXX (Within My Heart) by You Say Party! We Say Die!
1.04 Faetal Attraction
  • Boys Wanna Be Her by Peaches
  • Celtic Justice by Metro Electro
  • Jig Melody No.1 by Parry Music / The Music People
  • Kabul by Abaco Music / The Music People
  • La La La by San.drine
  • The Stroke by Billy Squier
  • The Wake by Metro Electro
1.05 Dead Lucky
  • 2001 Arabian Nights by Adrenalin Music / The Music People
  • Black Velvet by Alannah Myles
  • Cheese And Grapes by A Man Da Band
  • China Today by Adrenalin Music / The Music People
  • Daisy O'Riley's Reel by Cavendish Music / The Music People
  • Dragonfly by Adrenalin Music / The Music People
  • Going To Goa by Cavendish Music / The Music People
  • High Moon by Adrenalin Music / The Music People
  • High Speed China by Adrenalin Music / The Music People
  • Pretty Life by Jakalope
  • Rhythm Says Go by Life Bitter Soul
  • Shanghai Dynamo by Adrenalin Music / The Music People
  • Slide by Phender
1.06 Food for Thought
  • Ariel by Stateless
  • Funeral Pyre by A Man Da Band
  • Get On The Bus by Delhi 2 Dublin
  • Ghetto Love by Spinnerette
  • I’m A Rockstar, Watch My Videos, Buy My Records, Make Me Famous by Supergarage
  • Matlida by Stateless
  • Sound Of Everything by Quantic feat. Alice Russell
1.07 ArachnoFaebia
  • All Around The World by Musique and Music / The Music People
  • Apples by Delhi 2 Dublin
  • Chrissy’s Reel by A Man Da Band
  • Don’t Be Funny by Dragonette
1.08 Vexed
  • Gambling With God by Magneta Lane
  • Habanera (from Carmen by Bizet) by A Man Da Band feat. Amanda Clemens
  • High Speed China by Adrenalin Music
  • Madman by Clara Klein
  • Sour Cherry by The Kills
  • Thas Paso by Tim Tickne
  • Valley of the Gun by Shelter With Thieves
  • War Machine by Crooked Valentine
  • The Warning by Neverending White Lights
1.09 Fae Day
  • All That Is Thirst by Pati Yang
  • Dingle Regatta by Cavendish Music / The Music People
  • Galway Bay by Abaco Music / The Music People
  • Gambling With God by Magneta Lane
  • The Hooley by Studio G / The Music People
  • The Jig by Dennis Music - Ethnic Series / The Music People
  • Jig Melody No.1 by Parry Music / The Music People
  • Kerry Reel by Parry Music / The Music People
  • Liffeyside by Parry Music / The Music People
  • Nice Day by No Affiliation
1.10 The Mourning After
  • 2001 Arabian Nights by Adrenalin Music / The Music People
  • Anything Matters by Apollo Live Music / The Music People
  • Best Of Me by Morningwood
  • Closer by Musichouse / The Music People
  • Feel Alright by Focus Music / The Music People
  • Girls Are Crazy by Evren
  • Help Me by Focus Music / The Music People
  • Spend Some Time by Johanna Sillanpaa
  • Killarney by Abaco Music / The Music People
  • My Front Door by Metro Electro
  • Nothing by Stereo Science feat. Life Bitter Soul
  • Outward Bound by Cavendish Music / The Music People
1.11 Faetal Justice
  • Babylon Boys by Life Bitter Soul
  • Break Out by Crooked Valentine
  • Das Ist Krieg (American Reich) by MDM (Modern Digital Media)
  • Dikweed by Tim Tickner
  • Lid by The Music People
  • Lost Girl World Mix by Tim Tickner
  • Luxury by Domenica
  • This Hollow World by Johnny Hollow
  • Ya Ya Ya by Life Bitter Soul
1.12 (Dis)Members Only
  • Altered States by Musichouse / The Music People
  • Hoofhaus by Deep East Music / The Music People
  • How I Do It by Central Park
  • I Like To Party by Evren
  • Mandolinerry by Digital Vision Music / The Music People
  • Night Life by Focus Music / The Music People
  • New York Irish by Cavendish Music / The Music People
  • Outta Shape by Emilie Mover
  • Snake Charmer by The Mahones
  • Summer Chic by Artful Recorded Music / The Music People
1.13 Blood Lines
  • Nova Heart by Johnny Hollow
  • Slip Into Your Skin by Patrick Watson

Viewers – Ratings: Canada

1.01 = "400,000 viewers (2+) tuned into the premiere at 9 pm ET/PT, with another 184,000 (2+) tuning in to the repeat airing at 10:40 pm ET/PT." [2]
1.02 = N/A
1.03 = N/A
1.04 = N/A
1.05 = N/A
1.06 = N/A
1.07 = N/A
1.08 = N/A
1.09 = N/A
1.10 = N/A
1.11 = N/A
1.12 = N/A
1.13 = N/A

Awards – Nominations

WINNER: 2011 Gemini Award [20]

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series
Ksenia Solo – Lost Girl – Oh Kappa, My Kappa/Sorority

• Nominated: 2011 Directors Guild of Canada Awards [21]

Ian Brock – Lost Girl – Eps. 108 "Vexed"

• Nominated: 2011 Gemini Awards [22]

Best Achievement in Casting
Lost Girl – Vexed
Lisa Parasyn, Jon Comerford
Best Cross-Platform Project – Fiction
Lost Girl – Digital Media
Jay Firestone, Zandro Chan, Lui Francisco, Tigh Walker
Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series
Lost Girl – Faetal Justice
David Greene csc
Best Writing in a Dramatic Series
Lost Girl – Blood Lines
Michelle Lovretta

DVD Cover Art

Region 4: Australia

Region 1: Canada

Region 1: USA

Region 2: United Kingdom


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Videos: Trailers - Previews - Sneak Peeks - Interviews


Lost Girl New Series Showcase Promo


Lost Girl Series Premiere Showcase Promo


Season 1 Showcase Teaser


Season 1 Showcase Premiere Trailer


Lost Girl - Prodigy Pictures - New Series video


Season 1 Showcase Season Finale (promo)


Season 1 - SCI FI Australia Series Premiere (promo)


Season 1 - Sci Fi Australia (schedule change promo)


Season One - DVD Blu-ray (Trailer)


Season 1 - DVD International Trailer (Sony Pictures)


Season 1 - Super RTL Premiere promo (Germany)


Season 1 - Brazil AXN Nova Série (premiere promo)


Season 1 - Favorite Kenzi Moments - Official Clip


Season 1 (1.01) You're a Succubus - Official Clip


Season 1 (1.01) Just Kiss Me - Official Clip


Season 1 (1.01) Battle to Survive - Official Clip


Season 1 (1.02) The Headless Swordsman - Official Clip


Season 1 (1.03) A Werewolf Transformation - Official Clip


Season 1 (1.04) It's Raining Skulls - Official Clip


Season 1 (1.04) Bo Threesome


Season 1 (1.08) Smells Like Fried Bitch - Official Clip


Season 1 (1.10) Kenzi - Regret is for Suckers


Season 1 (1.13) Sneaking Into The Vault - Official Clip


Anna Silk and Kris Holden-Ried Interview (Fan Expo 2010)



Anna Silk, Kris Holden-Ried Interview (Fan Expo 2010)

Gate Magazine


Anna Silk and Zoie Palmer - 2011 Syfy Digital Press Tour

Syfy Trailers - Sneak Peeks - Previews - Features


Syfy (US) Series Coming in January 2012 Promo


Syfy Season 1 Sneak Peek


Syfy (US) Series Launch Preview


Syfy (US) Series Premiere Preview (1)


Syfy (US) Series Premiere Preview (2)


Syfy (US) Series Premiere Sneak Peek (1)


Syfy (US) Series Premiere Sneak Peek (2)


Syfy (US) 104 Sneak Peek


Syfy (US) 105 Sneak Peek


Syfy (US) 107 Sneak Peek


Syfy (US) 111 Sneak Peek


Syfy (US) 113 Sneak Peek


Syfy Season 1 Inside Look


Lost Girl on Syfy (Premiere) - Supernatural World of Fae

AP (Associated Press)

Showcase – Canwest – Prodigy Pictures: re Season 1

[ if a web page is no longer accessible try a search of the URL on Wayback Machine for a possible archive ]

Michelle Lovretta of Lost Girl (Pt. II) [PODCAST]
November 10, 2010. The Showcase Showcast

Main Page: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheShowcaseShowcast

Michelle Lovretta of Lost Girl (Pt. I) [PODCAST]
October 27, 2010. The Showcase Showcast

Main Page: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheShowcaseShowcast

Lost Girl Breaks Big in Record-Setting Debut
September 16, 2010. Showcase Blog (CW Media)

September 14, 2010. Canwest Broadcasting (Press Release) [via CNW (Canada Newswire]

Lost Girl Premieres This Weekend
September 10, 2010. Showcase Blog (CW Media)

September 1, 2010. Canwest Broadcasting (Press Release) [via Throng Media]

Lost Girl website includes interactive comic:
August 31, 2010. Canwest Broadcasting (Press Release) [via TV, eh?]

Lost Girl premieres Sept 12 on Showcase:
The modern world meets THE MYTHICAL UNDERGROUND in the new original Showcase series Lost Girl
August 18, 2010. Canwest Broadcasting (Press Release) [via TV, eh?]

Canwest Mounts Lost Girl
April 7, 2010. Canwest Broadcasting (Press Release) [via Prodigy Pictures]

Prodigy Pictures and Canwest Announce Start of Production on New Original Canadian Fantasy-Noir series, Lost Girl
April 6, 2010. Prodigy Pictures (Press Release) [via Channel Canada]

Showcase picks up Lost Girl:
Canwest announces series pick up on new one hour drama featuring Anna Silk and Kristen Holden-Reid
August 14, 2009. Canwest Broadcasting (Press Release) [via TV, eh?]

Lost Girl Finds Home On Showcase
August 13, 2009. Canwest Broadcasting (Press Release) [via JayFirestone.com]

Production complete on Lost Girl pilot:
February 18, 2009. Prodigy Pictures (Press Release) [via TV, eh?]

Articles – Interviews – Media Releases

[ if a web page is no longer accessible try a search of the URL on Wayback Machine for a possible archive ]

[ http://lostgirl.wikia.com/wiki/Season_1_&_2_Cast_Conference_Interview_(Syfy) ]
[ http://lostgirl.wikia.com/wiki/Season_1_Cast_Conference_Interview_(Syfy) ]

Bo Dennis; Your new favourite bisexual superhuman
February 24, 2014. SBS Blog (Special Broadcasting Service)

Zombies, science fiction and the supernatural to feature in new SBS 2 drama line up
September 3, 2013. SBS (Special Broadcasting Service)

Lost Girl - Are the 'Season 1' DVDs 'Lost'? Nope, Just Delayed a Bit (Canada)
March 23, 2012. TVShowsOnDVD.com

'Lost Girl': The Best Show You're Not Watching Plus Exclusive Video
February 2, 2012. HuffPost TV (The Huffington Post)

Lost Girl: The Sex-Filled Canadian Buffy-Style Fae Show You're Missing
January 30, 2012. Tor.com

Syfy's 'Powerful Mondays' Return With Powerhouse Premieres Of Being Human And Lost Girl (via Syfy Press Release)
January 17, 2012. TV by the Numbers

Season One Premier "Lost Girl" Tonight SyFy Channel 10 PM
January 17, 2012. Movie Vine

'Lost Girl' review: Syfy's newest Canadian import is sexy, fun and 'Buffy'-esque
January 16, 2012. Zap2it

'Lost Girl' Is a Pleasant Diversion
January 16, 2012. PopMatters

Lost Girl's cast on the 'wild, crazy' ride of sex, Fae and succubi
January 16, 2012. Blastr

Tuned In: 'Alcatraz' and 'Lost Girl' off to strong starts
January 15, 2012. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Heroine of new Syfy show is a killer in bed
January 15, 2012. Chicago Sun-Times

Review: 'Lost Girl'
January 13, 2012. Variety

SyFy: Popular Supernatural Canadian Series 'Lost Girl' Premiere Date Announced (from Press Release)
December 13, 2011. TV-Tastic

'Lost Girl' Makes Its Syfy Premiere on Monday, January 16 (from Syfy Press Release)
December 12, 2011. TV By the Numbers

"Lost Girl" gets an American air date from SyFy
October 11, 2011. AfterEllen

Syfy Will Premiere Supernatural Drama Series 'Lost Girl' On Monday January 16 at 10PM (from Syfy Press Release)
October 11, 2011. TV By the Numbers

'Lost Girl' star Anna Silk drops inhibitions to play seductive succubus Bo
September 1, 2011. (The Canadian Press) Global News

Gemini Award Winners in Drama, Children/Youth, Comedy and Variety
September 1, 2011. Broadcaster Magazine

26th Annual Gemini Awards - PROGRAM CATEGORIES
August 31, 2011. Tribute Magazine

Anna Silk "BO"fore "Lost Girl"- Anna Silk Week Aug 31-Sept 4th
August 31, 2011. Bulldog Publicity

2011 Directors Guild of Canada Awards Nominees Announced
August 15, 2011. CNW (Canada News Wire)

Exclusive: Syfy's 'Lost Girl' interviews
July 30, 2011. Monsters & Critics.com

Ready to Have Your World Rocked by A Sultry, Sexy, Succubus called "Bo?" Anna Silk and the television Series "Lost Girl" Cross All Borders Soon!
July 17, 2011. Movie Vine

Lost Girl: series premiere, Thursday, July 14
July 14, 2011. The Sydney Morning Herald

SyFy Acquires Canadian Supernatural Hit Lost Girl (from Press Release)
June 3, 2011. TV-Tastic

Lost Girl: The Underworld Has a New Hero
June 2011. Supanova Pop Culture Expo 2011 (Sydney and Perth)

Syfy Acquires Supernatural Drama Series "Lost Girl" from Prodigy Pictures (from Syfy Press Release)
May 18, 2011. The Futon Critic

December 9, 2010. Throng Canada

'Lost Girl' wraps up first season
December 9, 2010. Toronto Sun

Piracy Hot List: 'Despicable Me,' Dr. Dre, NBC's 'Chuck'
November 30, 2010. The Hollywood Reporter

Lost Girl premiere attracts over 400,000 viewers (from Press Release)
September 15, 2010. Throng Canada

Lost Girl premiere: It's A Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World - Episode review
September 14, 2010. Unreality Shout

Interview with Anna Silk: Lost and (thankfully) found!
September 12, 2010. Mike's Bloggity Blog

'Lost Girl' based on real folklore
September 9, 2010. Toronto Sun

'Lost Girl': Everything You Need to Know
September 7, 2010. Huffpost TV (The Huffington Post)

Television: Fredericton native Anna Silk stars as sexy succubus in new series "Lost Girl"
September 4, 2010. Telegraph-Journal (via Bulldog Publicity)

The Modern World Meet The Myt[h]ical Underground In The New Original Showcase Series LOST GIRL
August 21, 2010. Channel Canada News

Lost Girl - new press release
August 19, 2010. SpoilerTV

Lost Girl premieres Sept 12 on Showcase (from Media Release)
August 18, 2010. TV, eh?

Showcase's Lost Girl Found in Etobicoke
June 8, 2010. BRIOUX.TV

Showcase gets Lost
August 14, 2009. Media in Canada

Canwest gives Lost Girl a home
August 14, 2009. C21Media

Showcase gets Lost
August 13, 2009. Playback

Canwest announces series pick up on new one hour drama featuring Anna Silk and Kristen Holden-Reid
August 13, 2009. Channel Canada News

Canwest OKs quartet of pilots
October 16, 2008. The Hollywood Reporter


  1. "Lost Girl Premieres This Weekend" - Showcase Blog (CW Media). September 10, 2010. Retrieved on .
  2. 2.0 2.1 "LOST GIRL PREMIERE ACHIEVES SUPERNATURAL RATINGS" - CNW (Canada Newswire). September 14, 2010. Retrieved on .
  3. "Lost Girl Breaks Big in Record-Setting Debut" - Showcase Blog (CW Media). September 16, 2010. Retrieved on .
  4. "Production Complete on Lost Girl pilot (from Media Release)" - TV, eh?. February 18, 2009. Retrieved on .
  5. "Exclusive: Syfy’s 'Lost Girl' interviews" - Monsters and Critics (M&C). July 30, 2011. Retrieved on .
  6. "Lost Girl, Thursday, 6.30pm, SCIFI" - The West Australian. July 13, 2011. Retrieved on .
  7. "We only have the rights to seasons 1-3 at the moment" - SBS 2 (Twitter). January 8, 2014. Retrieved on .
  8. "Zombies, science fiction and the supernatural to feature in new SBS 2 drama line up" - SBS (Special Broadcasting Service). September 3, 2013. Retrieved on .
  9. "Lost Girl – Premieres in the UK September 1st" - SpoilerTV. August 3, 2011. Retrieved on .
  10. "Syfy Acquires Supernatural Drama Series 'Lost Girl' from Prodigy Pictures" (Press Release)" - TV by the Numbers. May 18, 2011. Retrieved on .
  11. "Sexy Supernatural Drama Series "Lost Girl" Will Premiere on Syfy Monday, January 16 at 10PM (via press release from Syfy)" - The Futon Critic. December 12, 2011. Retrieved on .
  12. "Monday's Cable Ratings: "Pawn Stars," "American Pickers" Still Big for History (national numbers for monday, january 16, 2012)" - The Futon Critic. January 18, 2012. Retrieved on .
  13. "Issue 23 Lost Girl (Numéro 23 Lost Girl)" - Telle est la Télé !. December 15, 2012. Retrieved on .
  14. "Sony announces details for its new pay-TV channels (Sony nennt Details zu seinem neuen Pay-TV-Sender)" - DWDL.de. April 3, 2013. Retrieved on .
  15. "Lost Girl: Free-TV-Premiere on Super RTL in October (Lost Girl: Free-TV-Premiere bei Super RTL im Oktober)" - Serienjunkies.de. September 5, 2013. Retrieved on .
  16. "Amanhã, à 0h, estreia Lost Girl no AXN!" - AXN Brasil (Twitter). February 6, 2014. Retrieved on .
  17. "Destaques na TV – sexta, 07/02" - TeleSéries Magazine. February 7, 2014. Retrieved on .
  18. "LOST GIRL EN AXN" - AXN (Sony Entertainment Television). January 30, 2014. Retrieved on .
  19. "Piracy Hot List: 'Despicable Me,' Dr. Dre, NBC's 'Chuck'" - The Hollywood Reporter. November 30, 2010. Retrieved on .
  20. "Gemini Award Winners in Drama, Children/Youth, Comedy and Variety" - Broadcaster Magazine. September 1, 2011. Retrieved on .
  21. "2011 Directors Guild of Canada Awards Nominees Announced" - CNW Group. August 15, 2011. Retrieved on .
  22. "26th Annual Gemini Awards" - Tribute Entertainment. August 31, 2011. Retrieved on .

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