Lost Girl has a small(ish) cult following, and I am now starting to see why. The TV show is packed with good looking people & it's really quite fun, but before now I always felt that Lost Girl was a bit of a 'Monster of the week' TV show, albeit with some small story arcs that would run through the season, but nothing too deep or dangerous that they couldn't be overcome quite quickly by our heroine & her support network.
However, Season 3 picks-up where S2 left-off, with a somewhat darker tone & a more interesting threat. Our lead lady & several of the main cast members are developing more complex multi-faceted characters, and this along with a much more interesting story arc have helped elevate Lost Girl closer towards the Supernaturals of the TV world.
At the end of S1 & S2, I decided to only carry on if I saw the following season for a cheap price (around £10), but I'll be happy to pay more for S4 after thoroughly enjoying S3 so much.
Minus one star for still having a slightly more challenged budget than many of it's contemporaries, but the writing is on the up, so I'm happy to stick with this & see it through to the final season.