Lost Girl

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Show­case Sun­day, 9 p.m. she dis­ap­peared in a cloud of black smoke dur­ing an en­counter with The Wan­derer, while Dyson was in a speed­ing truck, ca­reen­ing off a cliff to an un­known fate. Ev­ery­thing is topsy-turvy when things re­sume in the new sea­son, says Solo. “Sea­son 4 brings a new ma­tu­rity to Lost Girl. I think that we are ex­plor­ing things we’ve never ex­plored, even though we have that in ev­ery sea­son, we push the lim­its, I feel like this one we’re kind of do­ing that dou­ble time,” says Solo. “And it starts off with a dif­fer­ent dy­namic, be­cause again, Bo is miss­ing and we’re try­ing to find the per­son that we all love and that def­i­nitely brings in a dif­fer­ent flavour to the show.” Bo’s dis­ap­pear­ance af­fects each of the char­ac­ters in dif­fer­ent ways, notes Solo. “For Kenzi, it’s a very tu­mul­tuous time. Her other half, her heart, her

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