Thank you, Canada! Because of your commitment to science-fiction programming, we Americans can mooch off you to fulfill our own television needs. Syfy announced today that it's ordered a fourth season of Lost Girl, which is currently in its third season. The order is for a lucky 13 episodes.
The announcement comes simultaneously with Canadian broadcaster Showcase revealing that it will produce a fourth season of its top-rated show. Syfy takes advantage of the cheaper cost of importing the show, making it a lot easier to air another season of Lost Girl than it is to air another season of, say, Alphas, which it footed the bill for itself. Syfy also borrows Continuum from Showcase.
Lost Girl follows seductive succubus Bo (Anna Silk) as she straddles the line between the forces of good and evil, and the responsibilities of the human and supernatural worlds. Also, apparently stuff like this happens:
Lost Girl airs Mondays at 10pm on Syfy.
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