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Kris Holden-Ried, Anna Silk, Ksenia Solo (Lost Girl)

Kris Holden-Ried, Anna Silk, Ksenia Solo (Lost Girl)

Bo (Anna Silk) is a gorgeous renegade. An irresistible beauty. And a deadly succubus. For years, she had no idea what she was or why every new lover died in the throes of passion. She fled one corpse after another until a chance encounter with the puckish thief Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) exposed Bo's existence to the Fae. This ancient society of supernatural beings exists outside the realm of mere mortals. Within their world, there are only two sides: Light and Dark. Each member of the Fae must choose who they will serve. But not Bo. Driven to discover who she really is, Bo vows to live on her own terms even if it means existing in the abyss between darkness and light. With the help of the mischievous, but loyal, Kenzi, the handsome shapeshifter Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried), and the beautiful human scientist Lauren, Bo will use her powers of seduction to unravel the riddle of her mysterious past.  We sit down with the three leads of the hit SyFy show Lost Girl.

SHAKEFIRE (SF): Can you tell us anything or let me say what can you tell us about the upcoming season finale?

ANNA SILK (AS): Oh gosh. Well, sure. You know there’s still quite a bit of this season to air, I guess we’re about half way through, maybe a little over half way through and you know the tension definitely builds and we definitely have a very heart pumping season finale, that’s all I can really think of to say.

You know everything’s sort of - some things come together and some things really get ripped apart. So I know that’s really cryptic but I think that the viewers will be pretty excited to see where the season leads and how we end.

And then they’ll be very, very excited to see a fourth season.

KRIS HOLDEN-RIED (KHR): Yeah it’s - without - sorry, always difficult to figure out exactly what to say with these things, but it’s a really nice build up. I remember while we were shooting at the last like four episodes we were all really excited and everything had ramped up to a good climax, good end.

SF: So far in season three, Bo, Kenzi, and Dyson have kind of all gone off on their own dealing with their individual issues.

Can you talk a little bit about your thoughts about the gang kind of being split up this season and then if the quote unquote smoothie gang might get back together before the end of the season?

AS: Well yeah, I mean it was definitely - we definitely kind of go our separate ways, you know with good reason. There’s a lot of stuff for us all to explore, so - but I really can’t say anything about whether or not the gang gets back together.

It would be just giving away too much I think.

KHR: Yeah, I mean I totally agree with her, I love that camaraderie, that group you know that we had season one and I think for all of our characters to sort of grow we had to break apart and like have issues and things that drew us away.

And yeah, like Anna said it’s back to the group and the group dynamic is pretty pivotal to the last few episodes and how we end season three and start season four so you’re just going to have to watch and see.

SF: What kind of a journey would say your characters have been on this season and how is that journey affected by the episodes that are to come?

KHR: That’s a good one.

KSENIA SOLO (KS): That’s a good question.

KHR: Time to put on our Lost Girl thinking caps.

AS: I know, I mean - go ahead Kris.

KHR: No, I was just going to say anyone else want to start?

AS: Okay, well I think that you know the - like we’ve been talking about a little bit the journey has been pretty - you know we started together and it got pretty separate as the season went on.

We all kind of had to go our separate ways and like Kris said we need to kind of grow separate from the group so we have more to bring back to the group.

So I think that that’s kind of the trajectory of where we’re headed is that you know we do have things to bring back to the group, whether they’re good or bad I can’t say, but we definitely all learn and grow and bring forth something new.

KHR: I couldn’t have said it better myself.

SF: And what can you tell us about season four?

KHR: Honestly? Not much, we don’t know except that there’s going to be one.

SF: Okay so Kenzi has had a tough time lately and Bo has tough times ahead, so what will we see from their friendship for the rest of the season?

AS: Ksenia, do you want to take this one?

KS: Yeah, I mean it’s been a roller coaster of a journey for both Bo and Kenzi and they’ve kind of you know had time this season to be apart a little bit and go through their own kind of life and death situations and you know no matter what pulls them apart in the moment, in the long run it’s impossible to tear them apart because of the bond they have and the love they have for each other.

So you know every relationship goes through its ups and downs and I think they’ve been you know kind of on the upswing for a while so I think it was time this season to give them a little - you know some hardships to go through.

So I think once they get over these bumps in the road you know they’ll be able to kind of move on to the next chapter in their relationship.

AS: Yeah and friendships you know really have to evolve, they have to be challenge, so I think it’s good for Bo and Kenzi to kind of shake things up a little bit in terms of their friendship and see where it goes from where we leave off.