We'd love to hear from our readers who are watching "Lost Girl" on Syfy what they think of the show, but in the meantime here are a preview and a clip from the upcoming Episode 1.06, "Food for Thought".
"Lost Girl" seems to be doing pretty well for Syfy, especially with "Being Human" as its lead-in, and in the next episode we'll be getting a bit more back story on lead character Bo. Check out a preview of and a clip from Episode 1.05, "Dead Lucky".
We haven't heard much feedback so far regarding Syfy's "Lost Girl" (we have a few episodes recorded but haven't had a chance to watch yet), but hopefully you guys are enjoying it. To help get you ready for next Monday's episode, here's a sneak peek clip from Episode 1.04, "Faetal Attraction".
With its January 16th premiere date quickly approaching, Syfy has released a few more teaser clips from Canadian import "Lost Girl", and of course we have the full set right here for your viewing pleasure. Since the lead character is a Succubus who feeds off sexual energy, we'd say "pleasure" is the operative word here!
We're definitely looking forward to checking out Syfy's new series "Lost Girl" when it premieres next Monday, January 16th, and to help you decide if you'll be watching as well, we have a new promo video/TV spot for the show.
We haven't heard much from Syfy about the Canadian series "Lost Girl" that the network acquired back in May of this year, but now that its January 16th premiere date (the same night "Being Human" returns) is quickly approaching, they've released a trio of promo videos and sneak peeks, and of course we have them for you right here.
Former head of Tartan Hamish McAlpine is getting back into the film business and has announced a slate of new feature films that he'll be producing, which include a new ghost story. Read on for details.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Day 2 (July 22) Schedule Now Live; Panel Info for The Walking Dead, True Blood, and More!
The horror-themed goods at Comic-Con just got a lot bigger and better with the confirmation of Friday, July 22's panel schedule, which includes some of our returning favorite and most anticipated new TV shows such as "The Walking Dead", "True Blood", "Bedlam" and "The River" along with films like Raven, Underworld 4, Fright Night, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and Attack the Block.
Syfy is bringing a few cast members and the creator of the Canadian series "Lost Girl", which the network acquired back in May of this year, to the San Diego Comic-Con. Mark your calendars for Friday, July 22nd at 7:30 pm (Room 24ABC) for the panel.