Syfy's 'Lost Girl' Ending After Fifth Season
"It's time for Bo's journey to come to an epic conclusion"
Syfy's Lost Girl will end after its upcoming fifth season, the NBCUniversal cable network and its Canadian home, Showcase, said Monday.
Canadian producer Prodigy Pictures told The Hollywood Reporter that Lost Girl will wrap internationally after its upcoming season, and Syfy confirmed the fifth season will be the last one stateside.
"It’s time for Bo's journey to come to an epic conclusion," Lost Girl star Anna Silk told Fae-natics, or die-hard fans of the series set in the world of Fae, in a YouTube message Monday.
The Canadian drama follows supernatural seductress Bo (Silk) as a succubus who feeds off sexual energy.
Showcase ordered 16 episodes for season five, to be split into two parts.
The first eight episodes will start airing on Showcase on December 7, with the second batch to air in fall 2015.
Syfy did not indicate when the fifth season will air on its network.
Lost Girl is executive produced by Jay Firestone, Vanessa Piazza and Michael Grassi.