Syfy UK Shifts ‘Lost Girl’ To New Time-Slot

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Lost Girl is on the move. Syfy UK is making a slight change to their schedules and are now moving the Canadian drama series forward an hour from its current berth at 10pm on Thursdays to the 9pm slot.

The move, which is effective immediately, comes after the series has suffered from sagging ratings on Syfy UK for its fourth season, with the season premiere averaging only 106K viewers. Though still above the slot-average and a decent number for Syfy UK, it is nevertheless down from the 140K who watched the season three premiere and the show’s average audience of 220K viewers for season two.

Created by Michelle Lovretta, Lost Girl follows Bo, a Succubus who feeds off of human sexual energy. Bo learns that she is part of a species known as the Fae (creatures that have only been heard of  through fairy tales and horror stories). Having learned of her true lineage Bo is faced with a choice, she must choose to ally herself with one of the two clans of Fae; Light or Dark. Bo chooses not to ally herself with either and instead opts to tread a fine line between the two. She quickly partners up with a human named Kenzi and the two operate as  private investigators determined to help and protect both Human and Fae, while she tries to unlock the secrets of her heritage and discover who she really is. The drama series is produced by Prodigy Pictures in association with Shaw Media and Showcase and stars Anna Silk, Kris Holden-Ried, Ksenia Solo, Zoie Palmer, Rick Howland and K.C. Collins.