Lost Girl premiere attracts over 400,000 viewers

From a media release:

LOST GIRL Premiere Achieves Supernatural Ratings

  • Over half a million viewers tune in to Lost Girl, the highest-rated Canadian scripted series premiere of all time on Showcase

The original Canadian series Lost Girl found its way home this Sunday, Sept 12, 2010, as over 400,000 viewers (2+) tuned into the premiere at 9 pm ET/PT on Showcase with another 184,000 (2+) tuning in to the repeat airing at 10:40 pm ET/PT. The debut makes Lost Girl the highest-rated Canadian scripted series premiere of all time on Showcase, an honour most recently achieved by the Showcase – Syfy co-production, Haven on July 12, 2010. A success across the board, Lost Girl also attracted 334,000 viewers in the A25-54 demographic and 318,000 viewers in the A18-49 category for both airings.

Lost Girl tells the story of Bo, a beautiful drifter who harbours a deadly secret; the ability to kill with a kiss. After leaving a victim in plain sight, Bo is exposed to the world of the Fae, creatures of legend and folklore living undetected amongst humans. Once she discovers her true being as a succubus, Bo is forced to choose allegiance between the Dark or Light clans of Fae. Instead, Bo goes rogue, refusing to belong to any world other than human.

Source:

Canada: BBM-PPM Data – as of Sept 13, 2010.

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