The second season of Lost Girl is currently in production in Toronto. The series was supposed to have 13 episodes. However, Showcase, a Canadian cable network, ordered nine more episodes for Lost Girl's second season.
The Canadian TV series Lost Girl will come back on Sunday, September 4 at 9 PM on Showcase. Showcase explained that Lost Girl premiered in September 2010 by breaking a record in terms of ratings. In addition to that, Lost Girl ranked number one on Showcase for adults aged between 25 and 54 years old. Moreover, Lost Girl led scripted series across all specialty channels in Canada.
The story is centred on Bo (Anna Silk). She's been raised by humans all her life. She discovers that she's in actuality a creature, a fae, who passes off for a human being and who can feed off them. While she tries to discover her origin, Bo will do her best to protect human beings.
In the USA
In May, SyFy, an American cable network, acquired season one and two of Lost Girl. An American premiere date for the first season has yet to be announced.
Besides, on July 22, Lost Girl's lead actress, Anna Silk, and Emmanuelle Vaugier, who plays the villain, will lead a panel discussion at Comic-Con. Silk and Vaugier will be joined by Jay Firestone, Lost Girl's producer, and Michelle Lovretta, the creator.
During the Comic-Con, a limited-edition comic book of Lost Girl will be given to those who will attend the panel discussion. This book happens to be the prequel of Lost Girl's season one.