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Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Lost to end in 2010

Lost fans, we finally have an answer to one question we’ve all asked: When will the show end?

Lost will wrap in 2010, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Although the show will run for the next three years, the seasons will be shortened, airing only 16 episodes each year. The good news is that the shows will air uninterrupted, meaning no breaks between episodes. Anyone who has ever tried to follow the complicated Lost plots, knows that it’s easier to get Sawyer to stop using nicknames than to remember intricate plot details while the show is on hiatus for several months.

Lost executive producers/showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have signed on to stay for the remainder of the series' run. The two have planned the ending of the series already, they told The Hollywood Reporter.

"What we didn't know was how long we had to play the story out," Cuse said in the interview. "By defining the endpoint we can now really map out the rest of the series in confidence."

Let’s hope that mapping out strategy includes some answers about the big-toed statue, the smoke monster, and why Jack can’t seem to get any love.

1 comments:

Tim said...

I'm ecstatic. 16 episode seasons without interruption are fine by me. The mid-season hiatus is the killer of more than one series (Pussycat Dolls over Gilmore Girls? Really?). The plots will be easier to follow and I won't have to wait for months to get back into the story. I am, most certainly, all about instant gratification.

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