This is it! Lost Girl returns tonight on Showcase in Canada for its third season, and I’ve got the third and final part of The GATE’s on set interview with the cast ahead of the 8:00 PM (ET/PT) debut.
Lost Girl returns for its third season this Sunday, January 6, and during filming, The GATE was on set to interview the cast about what comes next for the supernatural drama.
Television’s favorite succubus and seductress returns–with all her Fae friends and enemies–on Sunday, January 6, as the hit Canadian series Lost Girl kicks off its third season on Showcase in Canada (with the show returning to SyFy in the U.S. on January 14).
After fans had left the set of Lost Girl in Toronto on March 25, following filming of the special Lost Girl Pre-Show, a small group of media were treated to an interview with the cast of the show–plus executive producer Jay Firestone–to get more detail about the second season ahead of the finale.
Fanatical Fae fans in Toronto had a rare on-set experience last weekend as the stars of Showcase’s original series Lost Girl, including Anna Silk and Kris Holden-Ried, sat down for a Q&A with host and series writer Steve Cochrane.
Earlier today, Showcase brought a select group of Lost Girl fans together in Toronto to watch the second-to-the-last episode of season two and spend some time with the cast.
The special event was taped on the set of the Dal Riata, the Fae bar on the series, and will air on Sunday, April 1 at 8:00 PM ahead of the season two finale at 9:00 PM on Showcase.
Okay, as a fan of the series this is pretty brilliant.
I just got an email invitation to the Lost Girl Pre-Show that’s taping for the season finale of the series. Later this month they’re inviting fans and media down to watch the Lost Girl finale on the set, and the whole event will be hosted by series’ writer Steve Cochrane.
Time to get your geek on as Fan Expo prepares to take over the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from August 25 to 28, covering more than 250,000 square feet, with dozens of stars and celebrities planning to meet with their fans.
Vampires may be a hot topic, but I think I’ve found a hotter one: how about a woman who is actually a modern day Succubus, living off of the sexual energy of humans? She’s a woman who was raised as a human, but inadvertently finds out she is not like everyone else.
Score: A Hockey Musical got the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival rolling at Roy Thomson Hall on Thursday, September 9, which was naturally followed by Astral Media’s annual opening night party at the Liberty Grand.