Thursday, January 3, 2013

Lost Girl's Anna Silk goes to the dark side

Lost Girl is arguably one of the most watched Canadian science-fiction/fantasy TV shows in history to be broadcasted on both sides of the border and to various TV viewing markets around the world.

Now that it is about to launch its third season, Bo, the show’s heroine, the supernatural succubus who feeds on the sexual energy of others, takes a darker turn. Followed by our blog and profiled in print as the series gained momentum, Canadian lead actor in the show, Anna Silk, will take her character down her own dark path. Having saved the “fae” – her fellow beings who either prey on or coexist with the rest of humanity – from political turmoil and an ancient evil, she will struggle with her own dark side, which makes her one of the most powerful of the fae around.

Fans of the show are in for a wild ride this season if the trailers are any indication. Big numbers are anticipated for the show’s third season. The season opener will be shown in Canada at 9 p.m. on Jan. 6 on Showcase, with a one-hour Fae-Confidential Roundtable at 8 p.m., and in the United States on SyFy on Jan. 14.

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