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Lost

Lost

Lost



After Oceanic Air flight 815 tore apart in mid-air and crashed on a Pacific island, its survivors were forced to find inner strength they never knew they had in order to survive. But they discovered that the island holds many secrets, including a mysterious smoke monster, polar bears, a strange French woman and another group of island residents known as 'The Others'. The survivors have also found signs of those who came to the island before them, including a 19th century sailing ship called The Black Rock, the remains of an ancient statue and bunkers belonging to the Dharma Initiative, a group of scientific researchers.

Episode Info

Prev: 6x18 -- The End (2) (May/23/2010)


The Man in Black's final fate is determined, and one survivor must make the ultimate sacrifice to save the island. Meanwhile, in another life, the ones who might have been the survivors gather for a final time.


Cast
Matthew FoxMatthew Fox
As Dr. Jack Shephard
Matthew FoxMatthew Fox
As Dr. Jack Shephard
Terry OTerry O'Quinn
As John Locke
Josh HollowayJosh Holloway
As James 'Sawyer' Ford
Evangeline LillyEvangeline Lilly
As Katherine 'Kate' Austen
Evangeline LillyEvangeline Lilly
As Katherine 'Kate' Austen
Naveen AndrewsNaveen Andrews
As Sayid Jarrah
Naveen AndrewsNaveen Andrews
As Sayid Jarrah
Jorge GarciaJorge Garcia
As Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes
Yunjin KimYunjin Kim
As Sun Hwa Kwon

Reviews

CZ.Fox

Reviews: 3
Season 1 reviewRating: 8 likes, 0 dislikes

Watching Lost is like an addiction you can't stop and which the writers satisfy every time.
When I've watched the pilot the show appears to have a magic (stronger by every episode) which brought me inside the story on the island like I would be one of those survivors (The best thing is that you watch this series in as short time as possible to get higher addiction for some time) Read more

Review posted on Sunday, June 24th 2007 at 6:47 am

angrodpallanen

Reviews: 2
The Complete SeriesRating: 3 likes, 0 dislikes

If you are looking for excitement, stop here. Lost might just be the most exciting show on television. Compelling background stories, interesting characters, shocking twist, dark mysteries and a A for making your heart stop, this show is more then just an ordinary television show. It's quality television at it's best. Every week it's a complete new blockbuster experience that leaves you begging for more. Confusing, complicated, but so interesting you don't want to miss a second. Lost hits every button of your average movie viewer and with a cast to worship, special effects that get your heart racing and twist that dazzle your head, this show gives you the best of the best, and shows every time, that's still not the best it can get. Already heading to it's end, Lost is not the kind of show you can jump into, recommended is to start at the first season, if you fully want to enjoy the brilliance this show has to offer AND if you want to make sure your head doesn't explode because of all the mysteries that this show tells, reveals or keeps. Read more

Review posted on Sunday, May 25th 2008 at 2:47 pm

Nyall

Reviews: 24
Overatted!Rating: 3 likes, 22 dislikes

I really don't see what people see in this show. I don't think it even close to one of the best things on tv and would rather watch Teletubbies than it! Read more

Review posted on Sunday, December 31st 2006 at 8:49 pm

5 reviews available
Recaps
6x13: The Last Recruit recap: At Locke's encampment, John asks to speak with Jack. John reveals that Locke needed to be dead for him to take his place. Jack asks if John also appeared as his father. Locke says "yes, that was me", claiming that he was trying to help Jack. Locke says that even before Jack arrived, he was already trapped on the island; because he was chosen by Jacob. Locke tells Jack that they can now leave, but it must be together... read more.

6x11: Happily Ever After recap: Desmond wakes up in a bed. Zoey speaks to him. Desmond appears injured, he is told that he has just been given a shot to wake up. Zoey says he isn't in a hospital anymore. Charles Widmore enters and begins speaking with Desmond. Widmore tells Desmond he was shot by Benjamin Linus. Widmore tells Desmond he is on the island. Desmond attacks Widmore. As Desmond is restrained; he is told that he can't be taken back because the island isn't done with him yet. Jin asks what Desmond is doing there and Widmore says it would be easier to show him. Widmore tells Zoey to take Jin to the generator room. He says he will bring Desmond so they can start the test, Zoey exclaims that the test isn't scheduled for some time... read more.

6x9: Ab Aeterno recap: A brief dialogue between an injured Ilana and Jacob is presented, it appears to be in the past. Jacob tells Ilana to protect the remaining candidates... read more.

6x8: Recon recap: Jin is awoken by Sawyer. Jin asks about Claire and Locke's whereabouts and he is told they were to return by sunrise. Jin hurries to get out of there although Sawyer says that he is with Locke ( both of them knowing he isn't truly John Locke). Jin says he cannot leave without Sun and therefore cannot leave the island with Locke. They agree together, not to leave without her. John Locke arrives with his various followers including Sayid, Claire and Kate. Sawyer and Kate say "hi" to each other briefly... read more.

3x1: A Tale of Two Cities recap: As with previous seasons, the opening scene contains an eye shot---this time the eye belongs to a woman who seems to be trying to relieve a month's worth of tension by drowning it in Petula Clark. Nonetheless, she begins to tidy up her house and leaps at the sound of something burning, and before she realizes it, she’s burned her hands on the scorching pan of muffins. The woman doesn’t have time to reflect on this, though---there’s a knock on the door, and before long her book club has convened. During the discussion, the woman gets into an angry argument about the choice of book with one of the other members---he thinks it’s “popcorn,” she thinks it’s a great book…in fact, it’s her favorite book... read more.
Recurring Guests

L. Scott Caldwell as Rose (40 eps)
Sam Anderson as Bernard (36 eps)
Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert (33 eps)
John Terry as Dr. Christian Shephard (33 eps)
Tania Raymonde as Alex Rousseau (31 eps)
M.C. Gainey as Mr. Friendly (30 eps)
François Chao as Dr. Marvin Candle (28 eps)
Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus (27 eps)
Alan Dale as Charles Widmore (26 eps)
Mira Furlan as Danielle Rousseau (26 eps)

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Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Status: Ended
Airs: Tuesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 22, 2004
Ended: May 23, 2010
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