(UKPA) – 4 days ago
Lost's Jorge Garcia thinks fans should be pleased with the show's dramatic ending.
But the actor, who plays Hurley, said viewers may need to be prepared for some emotional scenes.
He said: "I'm satisfied with it. I think it's going to be a pretty wide range of emotions - you might want to keep the tissues close and someone's arm to grab onto at the exciting moments."
The actor, joined by many of his fellow castaway castmates, celebrated the end of an era at a special party for fans in Los Angeles.
Jorge admitted there was no time to get emotional while they were shooting the finale.
"We [were] too busy really. There was so much work at the end to get done, you didn't have a moment to pause or get emotional," he explained.
"In a sense it was good being so busy that you didn't have enough time to be sad, it was just kind of like getting it done, especially that last day was I think the longest day I've ever worked."
Executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof said they were confident that fans haven't guessed the ending yet. "Surprisingly ... we don't really feel like a lot of people have figured it out and said 'I know how Lost is going to end' and that's kind of miraculous that we're this close and there still are surprises," Carlton said.
Damon joked he hoped fans wouldn't be "throwing things at their television in rage" at the finale, which will air in the UK on Friday 28 May.