"LOST GIRL" BEGINS PRODUCTION ON SEASON 4
RETURNS TO SYFY IN 2014 WITH THIRTEEN ALL-NEW EPISODES
GUEST STARS INCLUDE GEORGE TAKEI (STAR TREK) AND
ALI LIEBERT (BOMB GIRLS)
NEW YORK - June 4, 2013 - The sexy supernatural drama series Lost Girl has begun production on Season 4 in Toronto. The 13 all-new episodes will premiere on Syfy in early 2014.
George Takei (Star Trek) and Ali Liebert (Bomb Girls) will be among the guest stars appearing in Season 4.
In the upcoming season, fate casts a wide shadow over the Fae world. With Bo's (Anna Silk; Being Erica) return, the lines between Dark and Light Fae are blurred, causing Bo to venture into a journey of discovery. Bo and company will ultimately realize that regardless of the challenges and enemies they face, they're stronger when they face them together.
Returning with Silk as the Succubus heroine Bo are Ksenia Solo (Life Unexpected, Black Swan) as Kenzi, Bo's human sidekick and street-smart confidante; Kris Holden-Ried (The Tudors, Underworld 4) as Dyson, the shape shifting homicide detective and noble warrior of the Light Fae; Zoie Palmer (Sex After Kids, The Guard) as Lauren, the brilliant human doctor who competes with Dyson for Bo's affection; Rick Howland (Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries) as Trick, Bo's grandfather and the ancient and mysterious Blood King, and K.C. Collins (Owning Mahowny, Doomstown) as Hale, Dyson's partner and a Light Fae siren born of noble blood.
Paul Amos (Sex After Kids, Murdoch Mysteries) returns as the ever devious Dark Fae Mesmer, Vex, and Emmanuelle Vaugier (The Mentalist, Two And A Half Men) reprises her role as the evil Dark Fae leader, The Morrigan.
Lost Girl was developed by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media and Showcase. Executive producers are Jay Firestone and Emily Andras. Vanessa Piazza and Wendy Grean are producers.
Lost Girl is produced with the participation of the Canadian Media Fund created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian cable industry, and with the assistance of the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit and the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit Program.
Syfy is a media destination for imagination-based entertainment. With year round acclaimed original series, events, blockbuster movies, classic science fiction and fantasy programming, a dynamic Web site (www.Syfy.com), and a portfolio of adjacent business (Syfy Ventures), Syfy is a passport to limitless possibilities. Originally launched in 1992 as SCI FI Channel, and currently in more than 98 million homes, Syfy is a network of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies. NBCUniversal is owned by Comcast Corporation.(Syfy. Imagine greater.)
About Shaw Communications Inc.
Shaw is a diversified communications and media company, providing consumers with broadband cable television, High-Speed Internet, Home Phone, telecommunications services (through Shaw Business), satellite direct-to-home services (through Shaw Direct) and engaging programming content (through Shaw Media). Shaw serves 3.4 million customers, through a reliable and extensive fibre network. Shaw Media operates one of the largest conventional television networks in Canada, Global Television, and 19 specialty networks including HGTV Canada, Food Network Canada, HISTORY and Showcase. Shaw is traded on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges and is included in the S&P/TSX 60 Index (Symbol: TSX - SJR.B, NYSE - SJR). For more information about Shaw, please visit www.shaw.ca.
About Prodigy Pictures
Founded in 2006 by Jay Firestone and later joined by Producer Vanessa Piazza, Prodigy Pictures leads the way in the production of quality film, television and cross-platform media. Prodigy is responsible for the critically acclaimed television series Lost Girl, which has electrified viewers around the world. Prodigy's other credits include the thriller Stuck, as well as the original television mini-series XIII and XIII: The Series. Prodigy has several projects in development, including the dramatic fantasy series Bedtime Stories and the sci-fi series Dark Matter. Features in development include William Gibson's groundbreaking and award winning sci-fi novel, Neuromancer, and an adaptation of Monkey's Paw.