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Lost Girl 5 Seasons 2011

The complete first series of the Canadian fantasy drama following the life of a succubus who goes on the run after discovering her supernatural powers. Bo (Anna Silk) was raised as a normal child and had no cause to think of herself differently until her first sexual encounter revealed her other-worldly qualities (and led to the death of her boyfriend).

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Anna Silk, Kris Holden-Ried

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1. It's A Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World

In the series opener, Bo's impulsive decision to protect a young woman in jeopardy (Kenzi) has unexpected consequences: the two become fast friends, while Bo is swept up into the secret world of the Fae, learning for the first time about these ancient people and the birthright she never knew existed.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: 1 January 2011
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2. Where There's A Will, There's A Fae

Fresh from the realization that she is a member of the Fae, Bo is approached by a strange client, Will, a real life Will O' the Wisp. The storehouse of jewels he's collected over the centuries has been stolen by a human! While this line of work is foreign to Bo, Will offers her an irresistible payment - information about where she might have come from.

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3. Oh Kappa, My Kappa

"When a missing coed's mother comes begging for help, Bo and Kenzi go undercover on the local college campus to find her. Using all of Bo's unique talents and Kenzi's con artist skills, the women dig into the mysterious underbelly of the school's sorority system and find a surprising Fae connection, while racing to save the kidnapped young coed. On the personal side, Bo and Dyson enjoy the af...

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4. Faetal Attraction

"When a Fury with an unfaithful spouse tries to hire Bo to kill her husband's mistress, Bo instead takes the side of the unsuspecting human woman and puts her under protection.

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5. Dead Lucky

"Bo is coerced into solving how a human scammed Mayer, a Dark Fae bookie. Things get creepy when she discovers the con artist behind it all is a Hsien, a Fae that can inhabit dead human corpses. Kenzi's determination to prove she's more than just the human ""sidekick"" leads her to do a little investigating on her own, which lands her in some serious hot water – and eventually, locked in the ...

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6. Food For Thought

While tagging after Lauren and Bo in the Fae world, Kenzi becomes deathly ill (and incredibly grossed-out) when she inadvertently eats some toxic human soup at the home of an Aswang - sending Bo and Lauren on a daring undercover mission in search of a cure, at a powerful pharmaceutical company.

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7. Arachnofaebia

When con artist Kenzi runs a "Shaman" scam, and does a spiritual cleanse of a human house where a bloody murder-suicide took place, she inadvertently brings home a vicious Fae spider whose venom turns people psychotic.

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8. Vexed

Bo's freelance work earns her a lead on someone who might know something about her mother but the trail ends at Lou Ann, a death row inmate who claims not to know anything about Bo. Desperate to prove otherwise, and increasingly convinced Lou Ann is innocent; Bo uses all her political wiles to try and bust her out of jail.

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9. Fae Day

"A fun-filled Fae ""high holiday"" turns potentially deadly when a Banshee wail predicts the death of someone in Trick's bar to occur within the next 12 hours. After a scramble that puts Bo and Dyson on the Banshee's trail, the two learn the name of the Light Fae (Sean) who's marked for death Â- and his last wish is for them to help him reconcile with his Dark Fae brother.

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10. The Mourning After

"While investigating a baffling sex-related murder case, Bo comes into contact with Saskia, a strong, sensuous Succubus who has much to teach her. The two become fast friends, but as they work together to solve the case Saskia reveals her true dark Fae colours, which tests the limits of this newfound friendship... and Bo's own inner bad girl. Kenzi – feeling a bit left out due to Bo’s new gal...

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11. Faetal Justice

When Dyson wakes up bloody and without the last eight hours of memory, he finds himself accused of murdering Ba'al, a close associate of The Morrigan's pet psychopath, Vex, and takes refuge in Trick's bar, invoking sanctuary. It's up to Bo and Kenzi to recreate Dyson's lost hours and to find the real killer before the forces of the Fae, both light and dark, join forces to take Dyson's head.

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12. Lost Girl - S01 E12 -

Bo and Dyson go undercover as a married power couple at a swank country club to help an old friend from Kenzi's criminal past. At first they enjoy their taste of the good life Â- and the chance to play house. But soon the emotional pressure of the charade, and the increasing body count, push Dyson and Bo to a new level in their relationship and prompts Dyson to give Trick an ultimatum.

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13. Blood Lines

Bo has finally learned the truth about her mother Â- and that those closest to her have been keeping secrets about her past. Reeling, no longer sure who to trust, Bo decides to track down "Mommy Dearest" alone, in order to extract the truth about her own origins once and for all.

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Science Fiction, Crime
Director Erik Canuel
Starring Anna Silk, Kris Holden-Ried
Supporting actors Ksenia Solo, Richard Howland
Season year 2011
Network Sony Pictures International
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I have to admit I was a little sceptical about Lost Girl to begin with, but the more I watch it the more I love it. There's action, drama, romance, humour (Please sir may I have some beverage?) and even the characters I hate I love.

It's fun to watch and that, to me, is the most important thing. It keeps you interested and entertained without making you work to hard to keep up with the storyline, which is a problem with lot of the sci fi/fantasy things that are about right now.

I can't wait for the DVD so I can sit down and enjoy watching this series all over again.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this series! Though the initial premise sounds a little trashy -it is far too smart for that. It's like a Neil Gaiman comic come to life- the fae are modern, realistic & gritty and Kenzi is a dead ringer for his version of 'Death'. Not many shows pull off the constantly thrilling/funny/sexy/clever/horrific balance this well - and unlike other shows it never drags for a moment. I punched the air with joy after the fantastic series finale when they showed the trailer for the second series starting in January. Hope they bring this DVD out soon as I cannot wait to watch it all over again in the meantime.... it's an absolute treasure box of a series, full of great lines and lovable characters. This succubus will soon suck you in!
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I think the first, and possibly most important observation, is that I don’t think that we, as a couple of 50/60 somethings, are amongst the target demographic for this series. Bo the succubus wanders around with her décolletage bursting out of her clothes all of the time, serving only to blatantly give teenage boys something to daydream about. Equally, the almost incomprehensibly nasal, whiney, faux Goth wannabe Kenzi adds nothing to the show beyond cheap, throwaway one-liners. Deep and cerebral this show is not.

On the plus side, however, the show demonstrates potential in the development of the Fae mythology and the back-stories of the main characters and the whole idea of a Fae underworld integrated into the human population was, at first airing in 2010, an original idea. However, although Bo is a succubus and, inevitably, there is a bound to be a bit of sexual content, it is overstated, American’ly bland and serves no purpose but to give the show a frisson of risqué while stopping any narrative flow dead in its tracks. In this first season, the stories are episodic, formulaic and obvious with little character development.

There are many parallels with the far superior Grimm and this is a rare case of the successor being a massive improvement on the progenitor. While Grimm is mature, cleverly plotted with a deep vein of underlying witty self-deprecation, Lost Girl is somewhat juvenile, shallow and unsatisfying. It’s a shame really, it could have been quite good and I’m sure the teen/20 something target audience will vehemently disagree, but there are far too many “good grief not again” and “surely you can’t be that dim” moments. Being in its fourth season, it is plainly very popular but, needless to say, we shan’t be delving further into the Lost Girl universe. Roll on Season 3 of Grimm!!
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I can't praise this show enough. Even my husband does not miss an episode.
The sense of humour, the situations in which the characters find themselves, everything is wrapped up in creativity and originality.
Most of the main characters are fey and they run around solving crimes committed by fey against the fey, occasionally a human gets hurt. Our main girl, Bo, is a succubus who has yet to discover the mystery surrounding her birth and subsequential abandomnment by her mother, and why she is so important to the future of the fey. Her best friend, Kenzi, is human, and and helps out using the skills she learned on the streets.
The other human is Lauren, a scientist owned by The Ash. Alongside Dyson, a warewolf, she is one of Bo's love interests.

All in all, an entertaining show that I greatly enjoy.
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A brilliant, highly likeable series with a funny witty script (some of the dialogue almost sounds as if it was written by a brit as there's a definite UK feel to some it, i.e. not something you'd expect to hear coming out the mouth of someone with an American or Canadian accent). I'd highly recommend giving it a watch.
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This was way out there in fairyland, and I'm not a big fan of stories about the fey. So saying, this one was interesting and the eye candy was definitely worth watching. The werewolf lead has a great body that he gets to show off a lot. The heroine is okay, although I'm not into girl on girl stuff, so when she gets all hot and whatnot with the lady doctor I went and made a cup of coffee. I really did enjoy the comic element in her side-kick who is very cute, and the gnome (???) bartender is excellent. It is a fairly typical story line of detective solving crimes, mostly related to the supernatural world, but they've created enough interesting characters to keep your watching. I will be getting the next series.
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Dec. 2013
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Glamorous Bo is troubled by powers she can neither explain nor control (somewhat disconcerting when her passion can easily kill those she beds). Shocked, she suddenly learns she is a Fae - sought after by rival Fae groups (light and dark), who want her allegiance. Whilst grateful for advice about how to control her special gifts, she will remain her own woman. Apart from anything else, always on her agenda will be to track down the truth about her parents....

There is much to intrigue here - the whole concept of Faes, their rules and practices. Attracted by glowing reviews, I decided to buy. Sadly I confess to disappointment, hoping keen fans will not be enraged by a dissenting voice.

Everything seems to need a far firmer hand. Scripts are too often uneven. I have no objection to cleavage and shirtlessness - except when so blatantly space filling, a substitute for carefully constructed storylines. Similarly humour is appreciated (this used so skilfully in certain similar shows), but not when so frequently replaced by silliness. One major character's contribution is largely confined to irritating flippancy in a variety of wigs.

Acting generally is varied. Anna Silk proves an impressive presence, deserving more scope. Kris Holden-Ried as shapeshifter Dyson offers substance, but his role is underwritten. (Never mind, simply have him take his shirt off again.) Fae leaders surely need to be more formidable if they are to convince (a husky voice from one of them not really enough).

Very much an asset is well acted diminutive bar owner Trick, he clearly far more than at first appears.

No extras, but the box set does offer synopses of the thirteen episodes.
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