Syfy renews 'Lost Girl' for Season 4

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"Lost Girl," possibly the sexiest of all supernatural series, has been renewed for a fourth season by Syfy (in the United States) and Showcase (in Canada). There is no projected date for the beginning of Season 4 yet.

Currently airing episodes from the show's third season, "Lost Girl" averages 1.3 million total viewers during its Monday night time slot, making it the top original cable drama at that time. Considering that this puts "Lost Girl" up against strongly rated programs like "Castle" on ABC and "Hawaii Five-0" on CBS, this is an impressive number.

The show deals with the Fae, legendary and magical creatures who hide in plain sight among humans. The main character, Bo ( Anna Silk), is a succubus and the main character, a young woman whose past has always been a mystery. This does, however, allow Bo the independence to choose her own path among humans and to not align with either the Light or the Dark clans of the Fae.

Kris Holden-Ried, Ksenia Solo, Zoie Palmer, Rick Howland and K.C. Collins co-star in the Canadian production.

"Lost Girl" airs Mondays at 10pm on Syfy. The Season 3 finale will air on Monday, April 22.

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