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‘Lost Girl’ Ladies, RIP – And Other Canceled Shows This Week…

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Lost Girl Syfy Canceled Shows

The canceled TV programs of 2015–yes, it’s that most horrible time of the year when we start getting the news that our beloved favorites are wrapping up production, and we can no longer watch them in whatever way people are watching television nowadays.

The start of May is when the body count really starts rising, too–and we’re very sad to announce that one of the early fatalities is a show that features a lot of our favorite bodies. Yes, it’s a sad goodbye to the sex-crazed Syfy series Lost Girl, which is about a sexy succubus played by Anna Silk, whose lesbian lovers include Zoie Palmer, and we were also fond of Emmanuelle Vaugier as a recurring sex demon.

Furthermore, Lost Girl gave us supernaturally sexy guest turns by the likes of Mia Kirshner, Ali Liebert. and Rachel Skarsten. We highly recommend all of those links to properly appreciate why no new technology could keep us from rushing home to see Lost Girl on a Monday night. Well, except for the technology that let us swipe advance looks at the Canadian series, but why bring that up?

Also officially dead to your televisions this week: Revenge (ABC), Helix (Syfy) and Aqua Teen Hunger Force (Adult Swim)–although Aqua Teen Hunger Force is wrapping things up with a forthcoming 13th season, so it’s likely that the show’s creators were probably already ready to finish up that epic series.

Helix is no great loss, but we’ll miss Luciana Carro. This final season of Revenge has graced us with vengeful vixens like Karin VanasseElena Satine, Bree Condon, and Shannon Barney.  We wouldn’t have minded another season of that kind of spectacle.

Anyway, that’s what’s making us sad this week–and we’ll keep an eye on the following shows, all of which will most likely get their own death notices in the next few weeks. But probably now in alphabetical order…

AD: The Bible Continues (NBC)

Agent Carter (ABC)

American Crime (ABC)

Backstrom (FOX)

Battle Creek (CBS)

Constantine (NBC)

Cristela (ABC)

Forever (ABC)

Galavant (ABC)

Hawaii Five-0 (CBS)

Last Man Standing (ABC)

One Big Happy (NBC)

Resurrection (ABC)

Stalker (CBS)

State of Affairs (NBC)

Weird Loners (Fox)

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J.R. Taylor has spent several years covering all aspects of pop culture for prestigious publications. Well, they were prestigious. Contact me: @google+ @twitter @email @website