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A gathering place for those who love the ABC TV show Lost. This blog was started by a group of Fans who kept the Season 3 finale talkback at Ain't It going all the way until the première of the 4th season as a way to share images, news, spoilers, artwork, fan fiction and much more. Please come back often and become part of our community.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Winter TV Preview: 15 Shows We Can't Wait to See: Lost

Winter TV Preview: 15 Shows We Can't Wait to See
Get the inside scoop on new shows (''United States of Tara,'' ''Dollhouse,'' ''Kings'') and returning faves (''Lost,'' ''Battlestar Galactica,'' ''Flight of the Conchords'') that make this a season when you'll WANT to stay indoors

ABC · Jan. 21 · 9PM

Where it left off 
After Jin (Daniel Dae Kim) and Michael (Harold Perrineau) appeared to bite it when the freighter blew up, mercurial mastermind Ben (Michael Emerson) cranked an ancient wheel and the island vanished, taking Sawyer (Josh Holloway), Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell), 
 John Locke (Terry O'Quinn), and the freighter folk 
(Jeremy Davies, 
 Rebecca Mader, and
 Ken Leung) with it. Three years later, back in civilization, Ben persuaded 
 Jack (Matthew Fox) 
to try to bring his 
 Oceanic 6 comrades — Hurley (Jorge Garcia), Sun (Yunjim Kim), Sayid (Naveen Andrews), and Aaron-raising Kate (Evangeline Lilly) — back to the MIA island to save their friends. Oh, they gotta bring Locke's corpse with them, too.

What's coming up Exec producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof say these questions will be 
answered within the first eight episodes: Where did the island go? When did the 
island go? How did Locke die, and how did he get back home? How will the Oceanic 6 get back to the island, and will they all go back? Look for Ben to drive a lot of the action: ''His master plan is badly out of whack, and he's forced to improvise to get it back on track,'' says Emerson. Episodes will bring a new spin on flashback/flash-forward storytelling, thanks to a bold 
embrace of time-travel sci-fi. Old faces 
will return, and key 
 moments will be 
revisited and given provocative new 
context. ''More than ever, I find myself getting scripts that leave me saying, 'You've got to be 
kidding me,''' says 
 Emerson. ''The writers have both you and me exactly where they want us.'' —Jeff Jensen,,20252766,00.html

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