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'Haven' Renewed for Season 3

by Jean Bentley, posted Oct 12th 2011 2:30PM
HavenThe supernaturally inclined citizens of Haven, Maine will stick around for one more season.

Syfy has renewed the hit series 'Haven' for a third season. The 13-episode Season 3 is set to air in 2012.

Based on the Stephen King novella 'The Colorado Kid,' 'Haven' follows FBI Agent Audrey Parker who stumbles upon a small town and discovers that its residents harbor supernatural abilities.

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'Lost Girl' Star Anna Silk Teases With Season 2 Tidbits

by Annette Bourdeau, posted Sep 1st 2011 3:40PM
September just got a whole lot sexier. Last fall's hit 'Lost Girl' is set to return to the small screen this week, and this time around we get double the succubus action. Season 1 was so popular, Season 2 is going to be almost twice as long with a gratifying 22 episodes.

The alluring fantasy show about a sexy succubus named Bo (Anna Silk) has made waves across the globe, even though Season 1 only aired in Canada. At one point, it was among the top 10 illegally downloaded shows in the world, demonstrating that Bo's powers of seduction transcend cultural differences. Our friends south of the border will get to start watching Season 1 in January, when 'Lost Girl' will begin airing on SyFy.

In Season 2, Bo is becoming more adept at reining in her succubus powers, and she's learning how to navigate the fae politics with a tad more finesse. She still has BFF Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) by her side, and she's still torn between two lovers, Dyson (Kris Holden-Reid) and Lauren (Zoie Palmer). But that doesn't mean all is status quo in this complex fae underworld. We caught up with the delightful Silk to get all the delicious details.

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'Chuck,' 'Gossip Girl' Top Most Pirated TV Show List

by Chris Harnick, posted Dec 1st 2010 5:40PM
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You're not likely to see 'The Walking Dead' and '90210' show up on the same list very often. Well, except for torrent website Pirate Bay's ranking of the most pirated TV shows.

It's no surprise that premium cable shows are ranked throughout the list, but the other random entries make it hard to pin down any sort of overall trend.

There are genre shows such as 'Chuck' and 'The Walking Dead,' both of which have a strong niche audience. Then there's '90210' and 'Gossip Girl.' They would indicate an already known fact: Young, tech-savvy viewers are doing the downloading. But there are some surprises, like one very popular Canadian series and several US shows that pull in mediocre ratings.

Check out the full list, courtesy of the Hollywood Reporter, below.

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'Lost Girl': Everything You Need to Know

by Annette Bourdeau, posted Sep 7th 2010 7:30PM

Just when you thought vampires were the sexiest supernaturals out there, Showcase is debuting 'Lost Girl' -- a show about a hot young succubus named Bo, played by Anna Silk ('Being Erica', 'Billable Hours'). Just like her 'True Blood' counterparts, Bo has to deal with personal problems while juggling her powers. Bo has seductive superpowers; she can manipulate humans with her touch.

Even though Bo is a succubus (a type of 'fae') she was raised by humans, so she isn't clear about what she is and what she's capable of. When the fae leaders discover her, they are baffled that she has been off of their radar for so many years. The show co-stars Kristen Holden-Ried (a man's name, he starred in 'The Tudors') as a fae/cop who finds himself falling in love with Bo. She's drawn to him, too, but she's also attracted to her pretty blonde doctor. That's right, it's a bisexual love triangle.

Lost already? Don't worry. We stopped by the 'Lost Girl' set just outside of Toronto, where Silk and Holden-Reid filled us in on everything you need to know to keep up with this complex-but-totally-engrossing new show. At the time of our visit, Silk looked more adorable than bad-ass, in a pretty blue dress with scuffed-up sneakers. She and Holden-Reid were filming an "undercover" scene at a country club, trying to blend in to dig up details.

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