The upcoming season will be the Canadian series' last.
August 25, 2014
Lost Girl star Anna Silk took to Twitter this morning to announce that the series will be ending after its fifth season. The actress posted a heartfelt video message to fans of the show, where she told them, "After five incredible seasons, we have decided that it is time for Bo's journey to come to an epic conclusion."
The actress went on to deliver the news that Season 5 will be a super-sized 16 episodes that will air in two parts. It is expected that the premiere will air late this year on Showcase in Canada, with the second half of the season airing in the fall of 2015. A time frame for the show's return to Syfy for U.S. audiences is not known at this time.
Update: Season 5 of Lost Girl will premiere on Syfy on Friday, April 17, 2015 at 10:00pm.
01/02/16 at 11:20pm
Final season starts Feb 1, 2016'as per the syfy.website.
12/09/14 at 11:02pm
I like the show a lot. But a 16 episode season to wrap up works for me. The only thing that sucks about it is them cutting it in two.
09/15/14 at 01:14pm
I loved the first couple of seasons. The third was still good. The fourth was good but the newness had gone. I still liked it but could wait a day or so to watch a DVR recording. The final season can now be tied up with an epic bang. On one shot in a season preview it showed Bo sucking energy from an entire room of people in a Dark Fae bar. Where is that episode? I've seen them all and she hasn't done that yet. The prophecy said she would become super strong and the leader of them all. That should have happened last season. I loved the scene when Kenzie was taken to Valhalla by Tamsin. Will Kenzie come back from the dead with powers? We'll see.
09/03/14 at 03:59pm
Damn. I really enjoyed this show. Will miss it.
Thank you Anna and cast. You done good.
08/26/14 at 08:45pm
REALLY going to miss this show it was great (s1-2 the most) while it lasted. I really enjoyed this series sad to see it go.
08/26/14 at 07:11pm
Last season was the worst so not surprised but at least they are ending it on their terms like being human.
08/26/14 at 03:05am
A supersized 16 episodes? Way back when, a season consisted of 52 episodes. Then it was cut to 26 episodes. And now it's been cut to 23 episodes. No wonder the commercials take up more time than the actual episodes themselves
08/26/14 at 01:24am
Our networks in the U.S. cant come up with anything thats not reality garbage that they have to go to Canada and get terrible scripted shows like this one i perfer to watch off air color bars than this crap.....good ridden. Long live The Walking Dead!!!
08/26/14 at 00:04am
This was not a network decision because it had been renewed for season 5, months ago. According to Anna Silk's video above this was a cast decision so had nothing to do with ratings.
I'm gonna miss it though>
08/25/14 at 10:48pm
It is better to be leaving wanting a little more than tired and old. This most defiantly has nothing to do with any reality show, as any sane viewer would know. Lets be adults and admit that the show's ratings were gone. Not enough people watched it. I saw one episode and was surprised to shear it was even heard of in America. Networks are businesses. They can't keep a sow on the air becuase one person MIGHT watch it.
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