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Showcase poster - Season 2

Showcase renewed Lost Girl for a second season on November 12, 2010, announcing that it had "consistently drawn over 700,000 viewers weekly, making it the number one scripted drama series across all Canadian specialty channels." [1][2][3]

The order for an additional nine episodes to make the season a total of 22 episodes was announced by Showcase in a July 7, 2011, press release [4][5] made public two weeks before the first appearance of Lost Girl cast and producers at San Diego Comic-Con International on July 22, 2011.[6]

♦  Season 2 premiered on Sunday, September 4, 2011, at 9 p.m.[7]

Season 2
Cast publicity photo

The twenty-second, season finale episode aired on April 1, 2012.

The final episode of the season was preceded by Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show, a one-hour Showcase special with a live audience, hosted by Lost Girl writer Steve Cochrane, featuring Anna Silk and other cast members.[8]

Season 2 Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show title.jpg

Season 2 Finale Pre-Show

On May 18, 2011, Syfy (U.S.) announced that it had acquired 26 episodes (Season 1 and Season 2) of Lost Girl from Prodigy Pictures Inc. [9]

In the United Kingdom (UK and Ireland), Season 2 premiered on Syfy UK on January 12, 2012.[10]

In Australia, it premiered on SF on February 23, 2012.[11] SF ceased operations on December 31, 2013, and SBS (Special Broadcasting Service) acquired the rights to the second season of Lost Girl.[12] The season (repeat) premiered on free-to-air channel SBS 2 on September 29, 2014.[13]

In the United States, it premiered on Syfy (U.S.) on April 16, 2012 (one week after the last episode of Season 1 aired on April 9, 2012).[14]

The DVD of Season 2 was released in Canada and the United States on November 13, 2012; followed by the United Kingdom on September 9, 2013; and Australia on September 19, 2013.

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


  • Jeremy Boxen
  • Grant Rosenberg


  • Alan McCullough
  • Alexandra Zarowny
  • Duana Taha
  • Emily Andras
  • Grant Rosenberg
  • Harris Goldberg
  • Jay Firestone
  • Jeremy Boxen
  • Michelle Lovretta
  • Shelley Scarrow
  • Steve Cochrane


  • Brett Sullivan
  • Clark Johnson
  • David Greene
  • David Winning
  • Gail Harvey
  • George Mihalka
  • James Dunnison
  • John Fawcett
  • Lee Rose
  • Lynne Stopkewich
  • Michael DeCarlo
  • Paolo Barzman
  • Paul Fox
  • Robert Lieberman
  • Steve DiMarco

Story arc

After Bo's reunion with her Succubus birth mother, Aife, and following the clash between them, she faces personal challenges with Dyson when she finds out that he had lied to her about knowing who her birth mother was and that he had been Trick's undercover agent, as well as his lost feelings of passion for her – and with Lauren when their relationship becomes complicated after The Morrigan informs Bo that Lauren had a girlfriend. At the same time that she is coping with these emotional turmoils, a villainous and evil ancient enemy of the Fae, The Garuda, is awakened and resurfaces with the intent to destroy the peace truce between the Light Fae and Dark Fae clans, and reignite The Great War between them. The new Ash, Lachlan, recruits Bo to be his champion in the final battle against The Garuda and she agrees on the condition that he regard her as a partner, not as his servant. Bo finds out that she is not only Trick's maternal granddaughter, but that she has inherited some of his Blood Sage powers. Bo must quickly learn how to handle herself so that she may protect those who have protected her, and form a united team in the fight to stop a powerful enemy bent on destroying everyone and everything in its path.

Season 2 Episodes

  1. Something Wicked This Fae Comes
  2. I Fought the Fae (and the Fae Won)
  3. Scream a Little Dream
  4. Mirror, Mirror
  5. BrotherFae of the Wolves
  6. It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away
  7. Fae Gone Wild
  8. Death Didn't Become Him
  9. Original Skin
  10. Raging Fae
  11. Can't See the Fae-Rest
  12. Masks
  13. Barometz. Trick. Pressure
  14. Midnight Lamp
  15. Table for Fae
  16. School's Out
  17. The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire
  18. Fae-nted Love
  19. Truth and Consequences
  20. Lachlan's Gambit
  21. Into the Dark
  22. Flesh and Blood

2011 Fan Expo Canada
Rick Howland, Ksenia Solo, Anna Silk, Zoie Palmer, Kris Holden-Ried, K.C. Collins

Main Cast

Supporting Cast

Supporting – Guest – Bit Actors

2.01 – Something Wicked This Fae Comes
2.02 – I Fought the Fae (and the Fae Won)
2.03 – Scream a Little Dream
2.04 – Mirror, Mirror
2.05 – BrotherFae of the Wolves
2.06 – It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away
2.07 – Fae Gone Wild
2.08 – Death Didn't Become Him
  • A. Frank Ruffo as Italian Chef
  • Athena Karkanis as Nadia
  • Chad Connell as Christoph
  • Chris Gillett as The General
  • Cory Grant as Boxer
  • Courtney White as Tori  (Telepath)
  • Dave Kiner as Musician
  • Glen Gaston as Scientist
  • Russell Ferrier as Groundskeeper
  • Salvatore Antonio as The Lich
  • Vanessa Burns as Cowgirl
  • Von Flores as Donovan
  • Zachary Bennett as Gary  (Cheeno)
2.09 – Original Skin
2.10 – Raging Fae
  • Angelica Lisk as Thrasher
  • Bola Olubowale as Obsidian Man
  • Kevin Claydon as Limo Driver
  • Joanne Boland as Mel Williams
  • Joe Pingue as Ferraro
  • Nicholas Bode as Tyler  (Gama-Sennin)
  • Noah Danby as Oscar  (Ogre)
  • Tim Campbell as Mike
  • Vincent Walsh as Lachlan  (Naga)
2.11 – Can't See the Fae-Rest
2.12 – Masks
2.13 – Barometz. Trick. Pressure
2.14 – Midnight Lamp
2.15 – Table for Fae
2.16 – School's Out
  • Allana Harkin as Coach
  • Andrew Jackson as Jed
  • Anthony Lemke as Ryan Lambert  (Loki)
  • Athena Karkanis as Nadia
  • David Macniven as Beverly's Dad
  • Madison Cipparone as Popular Girl
  • Samantha Munro as Beverly
  • Sasha Clements as Sarah
  • Shamier Anderson as Evan
  • Steffi DiDomenicantonio as Female Student
  • Sterling Jarvis as Vice Principal Dickerson
  • Steven Yaffee as Earl  (Akvan)
  • Victoria Adilman as Mrs. Phelps
2.17 – The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire
2.18 – Fae-nted Love
  • Anthony Lemke as Ryan Lambert  (Loki)
  • Isabelle Kiraly as Assistant
  • James Cade as Tryst
  • Jay T. Schramek as Singing Man
  • Kathy Laskey as Tulip
  • Kris Siddiqi as Delivery Man
  • Merwin Mondesir as Guard
  • Oliver Becker as Acher
  • Richard Clarkin as Brother Douglas  (Addonc)
  • Rick Braggins as Dougalitte
  • Robin Brule as Carla
  • Vincent Walsh as Lachlan  (Naga)
2.19 – Truth and Consequences
2.20 – Lachlan's Gambit
2.21 – Into the Dark
2.22 – Flesh and Blood

Season 2 Quotes

See  Quotes: Season 2  for collection of memorable quotations.


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

2.01 Something Wicked This Fae Comes
  • Aheb Hawak  by Sonoton Music / APM Music
  • Follow Me  by Make Me Young
  • Give It Away  by Delhi 2 Dublin
  • House Of Mirrors  by Ted Brett Barnes
  • In The Dark  by Pom Pom
  • In Your Machine  by Alex Metric
  • Psycho Circus  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • Slovenian Circus  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • Stained  by Bonesaw
2.02 I Fought the Fae (and the Fae Won)
  • Flute Sonata in G Minor - Arioso  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • The Four Seasons: 'Autumn': III. Allegro composed by Vivaldi;  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • Goa’s Wake Up  courtesy APM Music
  • Northern Lights  by Bad Hands feat. Britta Persson & Karl Larsson
  • Our Heartland  courtesy APM Music
  • Percy Street Stomp  courtesy APM Music
  • Rambling  courtesy APM Music
  • Sheep’s Eyes  courtesy APM Music
  • String Quartet No. 14 in D Minor D180: Andante con moto 'Death and the Maiden'  by Schubert / APM Music
  • Velvet Jazz  courtesy APM Music
  • We Are Everything  by Brandon Chandler
2.03 Scream a Little Dream
  • American Toy  by Jewel Timo / APM Music
  • Drop Names Not Bombs  by Louise Burns
  • Jerk It  by Thunderheist
  • Travellers’ Ways  courtesy APM Music
  • Villain  by The Duke Spirit
2.04 Mirror, Mirror
  • Bodhran Dance  by Sonoton Music / APM Music
  • Romanian Polka  by Sonoton Music / APM Music
  • Toundra  by Kosinus Music / APM Music
  • Turkey Pulse  by Selected Sound / APM Music
  • Visions Of You  by Modern Superstitions
2.05 BrotherFae of the Wolves
  • Ancient Voices  by Sonoton Music / APM Music
  • Big Bad Wolf  by The Heavy
  • Connaught Chase  by KPM Music / APM Music
  • The Gathering  by KPM Music / APM Music
  • Highland Games  by Carlin Music / APM Music
  • Space Mandoline  by Kosinus Music / APM Music
  • Spin And Win  courtesy APM Music
2.06 It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away
  • Cold War  by Tori Sparks
  • Eastern Glen  by Bruton Music / APM Music
  • Friends United  courtesy APM Music
  • Give It Away  by Delhi 2 Dublin
  • Here’s To The Days  by Drakes Hotel
  • Lose It  by Austra
  • Special Shoes  by Gypsophilia
  • Tar Pond Tango  by The Tom Fun Orchestra
  • Wildness  by Sonoton Music / APM Music
2.07 Fae Gone Wild
  • Aegis  by Johnny Hollow
  • The Ballad Of NGB (Instrumental)  by Stateless
  • Bodytalk  by Selected Sound / APM Music
  • The Deep  by Data Romance
  • Cage Of Love  by West One Music / APM Music
  • Can We Go Wrong  by Hesta Prynn
  • I Love Your Style  by Selected Sound / APM Music
  • Licky (Work It Out) (Vandalism Radio Remix)  by Larry Tee feat. Princess Superstar
  • Sweet Life  by Madison
  • Sweet Rock N' Roll  by Vibrolux
  • Tempted By You  by Bruton Music / APM Music
  • Throw Me To The Rats  by The Tom Fun Orchestra
  • Timebomb  by Pati Yang
2.08 Death Didn't Become Him
  • Air & Variations composed by Handel, arranged  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • Boom  by MC Magico
  • Brother  by July Talk
  • I Caught Holden Smiling  by Ronley Teper
  • The Crazy Baby  by Raquel Reed
  • Jig From The Suite in E Minor For Harpsichord composed by Handel, arranged  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • Killing It  by The Hundred In The Hands
  • Monster Donte  by Misteur Valaire
  • Passacaile From The Suite In G Minor composed by Handel, arranged  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • Realpolitik  by Wilderness
  • Romeo And Juliet Fantasy Overture  courtesy APM Music
  • Romeo And Juliet Fantasy Oveture composed by Tchaikovsky, arranged  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • When I Get Home  by Wildlife
2.09 Original Skin
  • Love  by Ronley Teper
  • Pop Culture  by Creature
  • Venetian Hautboy  by Beatrice Antolini
  • Young Blood  by Lynx
2.10 Raging Fae
  • Ajnabee  by Earthrise Soundsystem feat. Go-Ray
  • Dressed In Dresden  by The Hundred In The Hands
  • Groove Bastard 2  by Kristian Southhouse
  • I’m So Glad  by Royal Wood
  • In This Drum A Secret (Four 80 East Sunshine Mix)  by Eccodek
  • So Cool  by Saidah Baba Talibah
  • Strange Love  by Winter Gloves
2.11 Can't See the Fae-Rest
  • All Saints Day  by Aquatic
  • Bodhran Dance  by Sonoton Music / APM Music
  • Celtic March  by Tim Tickner
  • Falling Away (Jacques Renault Remix)  by Big Scary
  • Float A  by Sonoton Music / APM Music
  • Formulas and Functions (Remix)  by Circle Research feat. Maylee Todd
  • Ignition  by Chris Lewis / KPM Music
  • Lass Vicious  by Old Man Luedecke
  • Nah Nah Song  by Kristian Southhouse / Jam Symposium
  • Oh My Love  by John and Jehn
  • Right Before Ya  by Michael Boland
2.12 Masks
  • (unknown)  by Aaron Ashmore
  • Brand New Weapon  by Wildlife
  • Coming Up Strangers  by Zoe Sky Jordan
  • Covenience Store  by KPM Music / APM Music
  • If The Creeks Don't Rise  by Sunparlour Players
  • Journeyman  by KPM Music / APM Music
  • June Strangelets  by Megastick Fanfare
  • La Di Da  by Victorian Halls
  • Runner  by Sunparlour Players
2.13 Barometz. Trick. Pressure
  • China Soul  by AXS Music / APM Music
2.14 Midnight Lamp
  • The Keeper  by Bonobo feat. Andreya Triana
  • Leave The City Outside  by DJ Center feat. Oddisee
  • She’ll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
  • Sirens  by The Pack A.D
  • Time Is The Enemy  by Quantic
2.15 Table for Fae
  • Baby In The Black And White  by Madison Violet
  • Cruising The Boulevard  courtesy APM Music / Cherry Picked Music
  • Deep  by APM Music / Sonoton Music
  • Haydn’s String Quartet  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Jazztronic  courtesy APM Music / Kosinus
  • On A Roll  by CTZNSHP
  • Quit, Your Being Thoughtless  by Moros Eros
  • Serenity Blanket  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Shame On Me  by Amanda Blank
  • Summer Sounds  by Maylee Todd
  • Uknowwhatiwant  by Elektrisk Gonner
2.16 School's Out
  • Bercy  by Gypsophilia
  • Colleen Harpe  by Top Less Gay Love Tekno Party
  • Forth And Back  by Art Of Fresh
  • Ghosts  by Hooded Fang
  • Going Back To School  by The Fleshtones
  • Just One Look  by Doris Troy
2.17 The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire
  • Bach Badinerie  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Bach Brandenburg 2nd  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Boccherini Minuet  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Chopin Mazurka Opus 7 No. 1  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Chopin Mazurka Opus 7 No. 2  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Handel Entrance Of The Queen Of Sheba  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Jigs In A  by Ashley MacIsaac
  • Old Mythologies  by The Barr Brothers
  • Sinner  by Emika
  • Tchaikovsky Waltz From Serenade For Strings  by Kristian Southhouse
2.18 Fae-nted Love
  • Mendelssohn Wedding March  by Kristian Southhouse
  • Rolling Along  by Stephanie Cadman
  • Why Don't You Believe Me?  by Small Sins
2.19 Truth and Consequences
  • Close Watch  by Agnes Obel
  • Go On And Kiss Me  by The Raveonettes
  • Some Things I Am  by Kristian Southhouse
2.20 Lachlan's Gambit
  • ( No commercial music)
2.21 Into the Dark
  • D-Troi - T  by Ashley MacIssac
  • Echo Bay  by Ohbijou
  • High Road To Linton  by Ashley MacIssac
  • I Got Booze  by The Lucky Ones
  • Jigs In D  by Ashley MacIssac
  • Reels  by Ashley MacIsaac
  • Seduce Them All  by Central Park feat. Emilie Mover
  • St. Paul & Queen  by The Lucky Ones
  • U Can't Touch This  by MC Hammer
2.22 Flesh and Blood
  • Serpents  by Sharon Van Etten
  • Turkey Pulse  by Selected Sound / APM Music

Viewers – Ratings: Canada

2.01  =  420,000 [15]
2.02  =  358,000 [16]
2.03  =  332,000 [17]
2.04  =  N/A
2.05  =  345,000 [18]
2.06  =  265,000 [19]
2.07  =  236,000 [20]
2.08  =  N/A
2.09  =  285,000 [21]
2.10  =  223,000 [22]
2.11  =  377,000 [23]
2.12  =  N/A
2.13  =  308,000 [24]
2.14  =  330,000 [25]
2.15  =  264,000 [26]
2.16  =  N/A
2.17  =  232,000 [27]
2.18  =  N/A
2.19  =  N/A
2.20  =  264,000 [28]
2.21  =  241,000 [29]
2.22  =  323,000 [30]

Awards – Nominations

• Nominated:  2013 Leo Awards [31]

Best Direction in a Dramatic Series
David Winning – Lost Girl – Midnight Lamp

• Nominated:  2013 Canadian Screen Awards [32]

Best Achievement in Casting
Lost Girl – Barometz. Trick. Pressure – Lisa Parasyn
Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series
Lost Girl – The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire/Truth and Consequences – Ksenia Solo
Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Fiction Program or Series
Lost Girl – Something Wicked This Fae Comes – Ian Brock
Best Writing in a Dramatic Series
Lost Girl – Into the Dark – Emily Andras

DVD Cover Art

Region 1: Canada

Region 1: USA

Region 2: United Kingdom

Region 4: Australia


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Videos: Trailers - Previews - Sneak Peeks - Interviews


Season 2 Showcase Promo


Season Two - DVD Blu-ray (Trailer)


Season 2 - DVD International Promo (Sony Pictures)


Season 2 - TNT Norge promo (Norway)


Season 2 (2.03) Lauren Is No One's Property - Official Clip


Season 2 (2.09) Have We All Switched Bodies? - Official Clip


Season 2 (2.14) She's A Genie In The Bottle - Official Clip


Season 2 (2.17) A Kitchen Fire - Official Clip


Season 2 (2.21) Unsexy Breakdance Me To Death - Official Clip


Season 2 Lost Girl Bloopers (Season 2 DVD)


Season 2 Finale Pre-Show Promo (1)


Season 2 Finale Pre-Show Promo (2)


Season 2 Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show


Season 2 Pre-Show cast interview


(Season 2) The Cast of Lost Girl


Lost Girl's Anna Silk


Lost Girl's Zoie Palmer


Season 2 Anna Silk and Ksenia Solo Interview "The Morning Show"

The Morning Show (March 30, 2012)


Emily Andras and Jay Firestone Interview (SDCC 2012)

San Diego Comic-Con 2012


Zoie Palmer Interview (NYCC 2012)

New York City Comic-Con 2012

Syfy Trailers - Sneak Peeks - Previews - Features


Season 2 Syfy (UK) Premiere (Promo)


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Showcase – Shaw Media – Prodigy Pictures:  re Season 2

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

February 24, 2012. Shaw Media PR@ShawMediaTV_PR (Twitter)

Lost Girl pre-show and contest coming up:
February 24, 2012. Shaw Media (Press Release) [via TV, eh?]

Lost Girl episode order upped to 22:
July 7, 2011. Shaw Media (Press Release)  [via TV, eh?]

Lost Girl starts production on Season 2
May 16, 2011. Prodigy Pictures (Press Release)  [via TV, eh?]

Showcase Keeps the Fae: Lost Girl Gets Second Season Renewal
November 12, 2010. Showcase Blog (CW Media)

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) ]

Supernatural series Lost Girl is fun, sexy and soon on SBS
September 20, 2014. The Chronicle (Toowoomba)

Review: Lost Girl – The Complete Season 2 (U.K. DVD)
October 8, 2013. CultTVTimes

Leo Awards 2013 Nominees
May 13, 2013. Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Foundation of British Columbia

Canadian Screen Awards TV and Digital Media Nominations
January 15, 2013. CBC/Radio-Canada

2012 Visibility Awards
January 3, 2013. AfterEllen

Favorite Fictional Lesbian Couple: Bo and Lauren (Lost Girl)
Favorite TV Actress: Anna Silk
Favorite TV Drama: Lost Girl
Hottest Hookup in Film/TV: Bo and Lauren (Lost Girl)

15 Fabulous Pleasures From the Year in TV
December 21, 2012. Slate

Number 1: Lost Girl

October 29, 2012. Take Lost Girl Home

After "Lost Girl" fans complain, Syfy explains Doccubus scene cuts
May 4, 2012. AfterEllen

Exclusive: Kris Holden-Ried on Season 2 of "Lost Girl"
April 19, 2012. SciFi Vision

'Lost Girl' Isn’t 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'— And That's Okay
April 3, 2012. ThinkProgress

Lost Girl - Showcase airing a one hour Lost Girl special on April 1 before the finale
February 24, 2012. SpoilerTV

'Lost Girl' Season 2 Will Air Very Soon On Syfy In U.S.
February 16, 2012. HuffPost TV (The Huffington Post)

Best Of TV Awards 2011
February 3, 2012. Canadagraphs

Best Couple: Bo and Dr. Lauren Lewis - Lost Girl

'Lost Girl' actresses open up about show's same-sex love triangle
January 26, 2012. Paranormal Pop Culture

Anna Silk Interview LOST GIRL
January 16, 2012. Collider.com

Anna Silk is SYFY’s "Lost Girl"
January 13, 2012. ABCNews (Video)

Meet Anna Silk, sexy succubus of Lost Girl, Syfy's newest series
January 10, 2012. Blastr.com

Lauren Holly to guest star on Lost Girl (from Media Release)
January 10, 2012. TV, eh?

Lost Girl - Emmanuelle Vaugier returning for dark fae arc at the end of season 2
December 29, 2011. SpoilerTV

Lost Girl - Vex returning at the end of season 2
December 28, 2011. SpoilerTV

An interview with "Lost Girl" star Zoie Palmer
December 22, 2011. AfterEllen

All who wander are not Lost
December 19, 2011. Dorothy Surrenders

Interview: Zoie Palmer on 'Lost Girl' Fall Finale and More   [Part 2]
December 18, 2011. Suite101

Inside 'Lost Girl' - Interview with Zoie Palmer   [Part 1]
December 17, 2011. Suite101

"Is Laurens BO call her Faetal Attraction? Zoie Palmer – Lost Girl"
December 14, 2011. Bulldog Publicity

Doctor Doctor – A Conversation with Lost Girl's Zoie Palmer
November 27, 2011. The Televixen

Go Fae yourself: Lost Girl fans can influence the series
October 11, 2011. Media in Canada

Aaron Ashmore to guest star on Lost Girl (from Media Release)
October 6, 2011. TV, eh?

Lost Girl - Lina Roessler lands major role
September 15, 2011. SpoilerTV

BO'dacious "BO" BOcomes Showcase Sweetheart & Scores Second Season, As "Lost Girl" Sky Rockets Television Ratings for Specialty Channels!
September 4, 2011. Bulldog Publicity

Interview: Anna Silk is ready for Lost Girl season two!
September 4, 2011. Mike's Bloggity Blog

Anna Silk and Zoie Palmer [VIDEO]
September 3, 2011. TOROMagazine.com - On Set

We Preview LOST GIRL Season 2 with Star Anna Silk
September 1, 2011. TheTVaddict.com

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

Televisualist: Heroic Bisexual Succubus Fairy Time
August 29, 2011. Torontoist

'Lost Girl' fans a dedicated bunch
August 29, 2011. Toronto Sun

"Lost Girl" showcases the Lauren and Bo relationship for Season 2
August 26, 2011. AfterEllen

Lost Girl - Season 2 Character Bios - Including the new Ash!
August 25, 2011. SpoilerTV

Syfy Acquires Supernatural Drama Series 'Lost Girl' from Prodigy Pictures
May 18, 2011. TV by the Numbers

LOST GIRL Renewed for Second Season
November 15, 2010. Channel Canada News

Canadian series Lost Girl gets second season renewal (from Canwest Press Pelease)
November 15, 2010. Throng Canada

Lost Girl renewed for season 2 (from Media Release)
November 12, 2010. TV, eh?


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