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There are several recurring elements and motifs on Lost , which generally have no direct effect on the story itself but expand the show's literary and philosophical subtext. These elements include frequent appearances of black and white, which reflect the dualism within characters and situations; as well as rebellion in almost all characters, especially Kate; [18] dysfunctional family situations especially ones that revolve around the fathers of many characters , as portrayed in the lives of nearly all the main characters; [19] apocalyptic references, including Desmond's pushing the button to forestall the end of the world; coincidence versus fate, revealed most apparently through the juxtaposition of the characters Locke and Mr.

Eko; conflict between science and faith, embodied by the leadership tug-of-war between Jack and Locke and their stark disagreements on subjects such as the hatch, the button, and leaving the island; [20] the struggle between good and evil, shown by the relationship between Jacob and the Man in Black, several times by Locke using symbols such as his backgammon set, also the white and black rocks that the Man in Black referred to as an "inside joke"; and references to numerous works of literature, including mentions and discussions of particular novels.

Of the people on board Oceanic Flight , [23] there are 70 initial survivors as well as one dog spread across the three sections of the plane crash. Lost was planned as a multicultural show with an international cast. The initial season had 14 regular speaking roles that received star billing. Matthew Fox played the protagonist, a troubled surgeon named Jack Shephard.

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Evangeline Lilly portrayed fugitive Kate Austen. Jorge Garcia played Hugo "Hurley" Reyes , an unlucky lottery winner. Josh Holloway played a con man, James "Sawyer" Ford. Ian Somerhalder played Boone Carlyle , chief operating officer of his mother's wedding business. Maggie Grace played his stepsister Shannon Rutherford , a former dance teacher. Terry O'Quinn played the mysterious John Locke.

Emilie de Ravin played a young Australian mother-to-be, Claire Littleton. Dominic Monaghan played English ex-rock star drug addict Charlie Pace. During the first two seasons, some characters were written out, while new characters with new stories were added. Shannon's departure eight episodes into season two made way for newcomers Mr. Ana Lucia and Libby were written out of the series toward the end of season two after being shot by Michael, who then left the island along with his son.

In season three, two actors were promoted from recurring to starring roles: Henry Ian Cusick as former Scottish soldier Desmond Hume ; and Michael Emerson as the manipulative leader of the Others, Ben Linus. Several characters died in the season: Eko was killed off when Akinnuoye-Agbaje did not wish to continue on the show, [32] [33] Nikki and Paulo were buried alive mid-season after poor fan response, [34] and in the third-season finale, Charlie dies a hero.

In season four, Harold Perrineau rejoined the main cast to reprise the role of Michael, now suicidal and on a desperate redemptive journey to atone for his previous crimes. In season five, no new characters joined the main cast; however, several characters exited the show: Charlotte was written out early in the season in episode five, with Daniel being written out later in the antepenultimate episode. Season six saw several cast changes: Juliet was written out in the season premiere while three previous recurring characters were upgraded to starring status.

Numerous supporting characters have been given expansive and recurring appearances in the progressive storyline. Danielle Rousseau Mira Furlan —a French member of an earlier scientific expedition to the island, first encountered as a voice recording in the pilot episode—appears throughout the series.

She is searching for her daughter, who later turns up in the form of Alex Rousseau Tania Raymonde. Alex has been kidnapped by Ben Linus and brought to the Others where she was raised. Cindy Kimberley Joseph , an Oceanic flight attendant who first appeared in the pilot, survived the crash and, subsequently, became one of the Others. In the second season, married couple Rose Nadler L. Scott Caldwell and Bernard Nadler Sam Anderson , separated on opposite sides of the island she with the main characters, he with the tail section survivors , were featured in a flashback episode after being reunited.

The second season also introduces Dr. Pierre Chang Francois Chau , a member of the mysterious Dharma Initiative who appears in the orientation films for its numerous stations located throughout the island. Eloise Hawking Fionnula Flanagan , introduced in the third season, is Daniel Faraday's mother and also has connections with Desmond. The introduction of the Others featured Tom , a.

Friendly M. Gainey , and Ethan Rom William Mapother , all of whom have been shown in both flashbacks and the ongoing story. Jack's father Christian Shephard John Terry has appeared in multiple flashbacks of various characters. In the third season, Naomi Dorrit Marsha Thomason , the team leader of a group hired by Widmore to find Ben Linus, parachutes onto the island. One member of her team includes the ruthless mercenary Martin Keamy Kevin Durand. The mysterious black smoke cloud-like entity, known as " the Monster ", appeared in human form during season five and six as a middle-aged man dressed in black robes, who was played by Titus Welliver , and in season six, it appears in the form of John Locke played by O'Quinn in a dual role.

His rival, Jacob , was played by Mark Pellegrino. Throughout its run, the executive producers of the series were Damon Lindelof , J. The series was conceived by Lloyd Braun , head of ABC at the time, while he was on vacation in Hawaii during and thought of a cross between the movie Cast Away and the popular reality show Survivor. Unhappy with the eventual script by Lieber and a subsequent rewrite, in January , Braun contacted J. Lieber would later receive a story credit for the Lost pilot and, subsequently, shared the "created by" credit with Abrams and Lindelof, after a request for arbitration at the Writers Guild of America.

Although initially hesitant, Abrams warmed to the idea on the condition that the series would have a supernatural angle to it and if he had a writing partner. You just had to walk around and explore these environments and gradually a story was told. Abrams created the sound opening of the show and its title card being inspired by The Twilight Zone. The development of the show was constrained by tight deadlines, as it had been commissioned late in the season's development cycle. Despite the short schedule, the creative team remained flexible enough to modify or create characters to fit actors they wished to cast.

Along with fellow new series Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy , Lost helped to reverse the flagging fortunes of ABC, [63] and its great success likely caused the network to ignore that the show almost immediately broke Lindelof and Abrams' promises to it regarding Lost ' s plots. Many of the first season roles were a result of the executive producers' liking of various actors.

The main character Jack was originally going to die in the pilot, and the role was planned for Michael Keaton. However, ABC executives were adamant that Jack live. Dominic Monaghan auditioned for the role of Sawyer, who at the time was supposed to be a slick suit-wearing city con man. The producers enjoyed Monaghan's performance and changed the character of Charlie, originally an over-the-hill former rock star, to fit him.

Jorge Garcia also auditioned for Sawyer, and the part of Hurley was written for him. When Josh Holloway auditioned for Sawyer, the producers liked the edge he brought to the character he reportedly kicked a chair when he forgot his lines and got angry in the audition and his southern accent , so they changed Sawyer to fit Holloway's acting. Yunjin Kim auditioned for Kate, but the producers wrote the character of Sun for her and the character of Jin, portrayed by Daniel Dae Kim, to be her husband.

Sayid, played by Naveen Andrews, was also not in the original script. Locke and Michael were written with their actors in mind. Emilie de Ravin, who played Claire, was originally cast in what was supposed to be a recurring role. His role was extended to eight episodes because of his acting skills and eventually, for the whole of season three and later seasons. Lost was filmed on Panavision 35 mm cameras almost entirely on the Hawaiian island of Oahu given the easily accessible, wide diversity of filming locations.

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Later beach scenes take place in secluded spots of the famous North Shore. Cave scenes in the first season were filmed on a sound stage built at a Xerox parts warehouse, which had been empty since an employee mass shooting took place there in Scenes set in Germany during the winter were filmed at the Bernice P.

Bishop Museum , with crushed ice scattered everywhere to create snow and Russian storeshop and automobile signs on the street. Two scenes during season four were filmed in London because Alan Dale , who portrays Widmore, was at the time performing in the musical Spamalot and was unable to travel to Hawaii. During its six years of broadcasting, Lost developed an extensive collection of promotional tools ranging from the traditional promotions of the TV show made by the channel, to the creation of alternate reality games , such as the Lost Experience.

Lost features an orchestral score performed by the Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra and composed by Michael Giacchino , incorporating many recurring themes for subjects, such as events, locations, and characters. Giacchino achieved some of the sounds for the score using unusual instruments, such as striking suspended pieces of the plane's fuselage.

A final soundtrack, featuring music from series finale, was released on October 11, The series uses pop culture songs sparingly, and has a mainly orchestral score consisting usually of divided strings, percussion, harp, and three trombones. When it features pop songs, they often originate from a diegetic source. Examples include the various songs played on Hurley's portable CD player throughout the first season until its batteries died in the episode " In Translation ", which featured Damien Rice's "Delicate" or the use of the record player in the second season, which included Cass Elliot 's " Make Your Own Kind of Music " and Petula Clark 's " Downtown " in the second and third-season premieres respectively.

Two episodes show Charlie on a street corner playing guitar and singing the Oasis song " Wonderwall ". The third season also used Three Dog Night 's " Shambala " on two occasions in the van. The only two pop songs that have ever been used without an on-screen source i. Lost has been described by numerous critics as being among the greatest television series of all time. The appeal narrowed as seasons progressed and the mythology became more complex, culminating in a still-debated finale that was deeply meaningful to some and dissatisfying poppycock to others. The first season received critical acclaim.

USA Today said a "totally original, fabulously enjoyable lost-at-sea series, Lost had taken "an outlandish Saturday-serial setup and imbued it with real characters and honest emotions, without sacrificing any of the old-fashioned fun. The second season received favorable reviews, but it was noted that the season "stumbled with some storylines going nowhere and some characters underutilized.

Nearing the end of the second season, USA Today listed the most popular fan theories during Season 2—the island as a psychological experiment, that the hatch had electromagnetic properties, string theory of time, and that everyone on the island had developed a "collective consciousness" that allowed them to appear in each other's past. Suspense comes not from wondering what's going on but from wondering what happens next. If you withhold answers, it becomes impossible to satisfy. The first block of episodes of the third season was criticized for raising too many mysteries [92] and not providing enough answers.

Gainey, who played Tom. Reaction to two new characters, Nikki and Paulo, was generally negative, and Lindelof even acknowledged that the couple was "universally despised" by fans. The fourth season opened to praise not seen since the first season. Metacritic gave season four a weighted average of 87 based on the impressions of a select twelve critical reviews, [] earning the second highest Metascore in the — television season after the fifth and final season of HBO 's The Wire.

Tim Goodman of the San Francisco Chronicle said that the Season 4 episodes were "roller coasters of fast action and revelation" and that series was "back on track. The critic also said that the show "in the dark business of exploring just how futile the modern search for peace, knowledge, recovery or profit really is.

The fifth season once again received mostly positive critical reception. Season 5 was given a weighted average of 78 out of by Metacritic. Variety said that "The ABC series remains one of primetime's most uncompromising efforts, and this year's latest wrinkle on flashbacks, flash-forwards and island-disappearing flashes of light does nothing to alter that perception. How can these characters have any concrete agenda or strategic approach or philosophical perspective on anything when the rug is pulled out from under them by another Act of God every few seconds?

All that remains is the reductively limned battle between fate and free will largely playing out, now, in Jack Shephard's belief that returning to the island is his Destiny. Club said of the fifth-season finale, "Me? I found the ending frustrating, but in a good way. This finale was entertaining as all get-out to me, and despite the occasional groaner moment, I think this may be Lost's most purposeful, surprising finale. Season six opened to much hype and curiosity.

The A. Club asked, "I'm guessing that one of the biggest fears of Lost fans as we ride out this sixth and final season—bumps and all—is that we're going to come to the end and find a big nothing in return for all we've invested in these characters. We don't just need answers, we need justifications. Why has whatever happened, happened? Who has called this particular meeting to order, and does it really matter who showed up? Linus ", " Ab Aeterno ", " Happily Ever After ", and " The Candidate " opened to highly positive critical reception while the third-to-last episode " Across the Sea " was the episode with the most negative reception.

Online described the show as "lightning in a bottle" and picked it as "Top TV Drama of The series finale opened to highly polarized critical and fan reception. According to the web site Metacritic , "The End" received "generally favorable reviews" with a Metascore—a weighted average based on the impressions of 31 critical reviews—of 74 out of He described it as "one of the most enthralling, entertaining and satisfying conclusions I could have hoped for.

Petersburg Times also gave the finale a perfect score, stating "Sunday's show was an emotional, funny, expertly measured reminder of what Lost has really centered on since its first moments on the prime time TV landscape: faith, hope, romance and the power of redemption through belief in the best of what moves mankind. The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph both reported that "The End" had received negative reviews and disappointed its viewers. Alan Sepinwall of Star-Ledger was less enthusiastic of the finale, stating "I'm still wrestling with my feelings about 'The End' I thought most of it worked like gangbusters.

But as someone who did spend at least part of the last six years dwelling on the questions that were unanswered—be they little things like the outrigger shootout or why The Others left Dharma in charge of the Swan station after the purge, or bigger ones like Walt—I can't say I found 'The End' wholly satisfying, either as closure for this season or the series. There are narrative dead ends in every season of 'Lost,' but it felt like season six had more than usual.

Rendered insignificant Once Jack stepped into the church it looked like he was walking into a Hollywood wrap party without food or music—just a bunch of actors grinning idiotically for 10 minutes and hugging one another. The pilot episode had Lost represents the network's best start for a drama with to year-olds since Once and Again in , and in total viewers since Murder One in However, it improved its rating with to year-olds, ranking eighth.

The seventh episode of the season, back from a three-month hiatus, saw a drop to The ratings drop was partially explained when Nielsen released DVR ratings, showing Lost as the most recorded series on television. The fourth-season premiere saw an increase from the previous episode to Abrams was awarded an Emmy in September for his work as the director of "Pilot. It won only one Emmy Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing out of its twelve nominations for a series total of 11 wins and 55 nominations in its six-year run.

In , Kristin dos Santos of E! Online ranked Lost the best TV series of the past 20 years. As a mainstream cult television show, Lost has generated a dedicated and thriving international fan community. Lost fans, sometimes dubbed Lostaways [] or Losties , [] have gathered at Comic-Con International and conventions organized by ABC [] [] but have also been active in developing a large number of fan websites, including Lostpedia and forums dedicated to the program and its related incarnations.

Because of the show's elaborate mythology, its fansites have focused on speculation and theorizing about the island's mysteries, as well as on more typical fan activities, such as producing fan fiction and videos, compiling episode transcripts, shipping characters, and collecting memorabilia.

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Anticipating fan interest and trying to keep its audience engrossed, ABC embarked on various cross-media endeavors, often using new media. Fans of Lost have been able to explore ABC-produced tie-in websites, tie-in novels, an official forum sponsored by the creative team behind Lost "The Fuselage" , " mobisodes ", podcasts by the producers, an official magazine, and an alternate reality game ARG " The Lost Experience.

Due to the show's popularity, references to it and elements from its story have appeared in parody and popular culture usage. Weezer named their eighth studio album Hurley after the character, with a photo of actor Jorge Garcia on the cover. After the episode " Numbers " aired on March 2, , numerous people used the eponymous figures 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, and 42 as lottery entries.

According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review , within three days, the numbers were tried over times by local players. The No. Lost has been cited as a key influence on several of its contemporaries. Abrams cited Lost as one of the influences for his science fiction series Fringe. Damon Lindelof was involved in the early stages of the creative process of Heroes , as he was friends with Heroes creator Tim Kring. Even though their series started after Lost ended, they conceived it in To them, Lost concerned itself with redemption, while Once Upon a Time is about "hope".

In addition to traditional terrestrial and satellite television , Lost is available from various online services, including Amazon Video [] and Hulu. In April , Disney announced that Lost would be available for free online in streaming format, with advertising, on ABC's website, as part of a two-month experiment of future distribution strategies. The trial, which ran from May to June , caused a stir among network affiliates who were afraid of being cut out of advertising revenue.

The streaming of Lost episodes direct from ABC's website was only available to viewers in the United States due to international licensing agreements. The Nielsen Company reported that 1. The first season of Lost was released under the title Lost: The Complete First Season as a widescreen seven-disc Region 1 DVD box set on September 6, , two weeks before the premiere of the second season. It was distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment. In addition to all the episodes that had been aired, it included several DVD extras, such as episode commentaries, behind-the-scenes footage and making-of features as well as deleted scenes , deleted flashback scenarios, and a blooper reel.

The same set was released on November 30, , in Region 4. The first two seasons were released separately on Blu-ray Disc on June 16, The sets include several DVD extras, including behind the scenes footage, deleted scenes, and a " Lost Connections" chart, which shows how all of the characters on the island are inter-connected. The third season was released in Region 2 solely on DVD on October 22, , though this time, only as a complete set, unlike previous seasons.

The first three seasons of Lost have sold successfully on DVD. The season 1 box set entered the DVD sales chart at number two in September , [] and the season 2 box set entered the DVD sales chart at the number one position in its first week of release in September , believed to be the second TV-DVD ever to enter the chart at the top spot. Both the season 6 box set and the complete series collection contained a minute epilogue-like bonus feature called " The New Man in Charge ". The characters and setting of Lost have appeared in several official tie-ins outside of the television broadcast, including in print, on the Internet, and in short videos for mobile phones.

Several unofficial books relating to the show have also been published. What Can Be Found in Lost? Wood, [] published by the Garett County Press, is the first work of cultural criticism based on the series. The book explores the show's strange engagement with the contemporary experiences of war, mis information, and terrorism and argues that the audience functions as a character in the narrative.

The author also writes a blog column [] during the second part of the third season for Powell's Books. Each post discusses the previous episode's literary, historical, philosophical, and narrative connections. The show's networks and producers have made extensive use of the Internet in expanding the background of the story. For example, during the first season, a fictional diary by an unseen survivor called "Janelle Granger" was presented on the ABC web site for the series.

Likewise, a tie-in website about the fictional Oceanic Airlines appeared during the first season, which included several Easter eggs and clues about the show.

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Another tie-in website was launched after the airing of " Orientation " about the Hanso Foundation. In the UK, the interactive back-stories of several characters were included in "Lost Untold", a section of Channel 4 's Lost website. Similarly, beginning in November , ABC produced an official podcast , hosted by series writers and executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.

The podcast typically features a discussion about the weekly episode, interviews with cast members, and questions from viewers. The game presents a five-phase parallel storyline, primarily involving the Hanso Foundation. Short mini-episodes " mobisodes " called the Lost Video Diaries were originally scheduled for viewing by Verizon Wireless subscribers via its V-Cast system but were delayed by contract disputes.

In addition to tie-in novels, several other products based on the series, such as toys and games, have been licensed for release. A video game, Lost: Via Domus , was released to average reviews, developed by Ubisoft , for game consoles and home computers, [] while Gameloft developed a Lost game for mobile phones and iPods. Furthermore, ABC sold a myriad of Lost merchandise in their online store, including clothing, jewelry, and other collectibles. The book compiled information from the TV show producers "writers bible", listing nearly every character, chronological event, location, and plot detail of the series, filling in the gaps for die-hard fans.

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    Retrieved March 21, Archived from the original on December 8, Retrieved from Internet Archive on December 8, Archived from the original on October 22, Digital Spy. Seemed like everyone had forgotten all the bad things those guys have done to them. To me, the last half of this season was very well written, much better than season 2 it was still pretty good, just not as good and half of the 3rd. The ending was… fitting. As for the rescue thing… My view is that they weren't saved. More like, something happened. I'm with Ben. He was indeed telling the truth and the people on the boat aren't there for good reasons.

    Jack, Kate, …? But most of them are left behind. That's why Jack is saying they have to find a way to go back. To save the rest or to go back to their lives in the island. I don't see Lock ever leaving the island, though. Not ever. I do agree with you.

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    Are they crazy? And for 16 episodes only? Do they want to leave time for other side projects? Anyway, I'm looking forward for the rest of the journey, with tons of excitment for season 4. Whenever it starts. How can you stand to wait 8 months! Oh my gosh I'd be going crazy. Lucky for me I don't watch that show.. I'm drawn to Smallville! I too think Dharma is connected to Naomis ship. I found this season rather disappointing compared to the other. Too much time-streching to avoid moving forward. Let's hope the next season will be more on-the-point.

    Interesting thoughts! Naomi might be Dharma, Ben is likely right and yes, I also wonder how long the show will make it. With the new schedule I'm pretty afraid it will hurt the popularity and life-length of the series. I can somewhat relate to your frustration.

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    At times, it didn't go forward at all, but I believe the finale made it leap forward! Previously on Lost: Jack "We have to go back Kate. We have to go back! Then Desmond dose one of those I just saw the future faces. That's how I see it going bound to be wrong tho. One thing you seemed to have over looked Robert is that the "flash-forward" is not in order sine of a Desmond premonition. Jack tells the head doc guy that his phone is broken when he says that he left him three voice mails , but then at the end he uses it to phone Kate.

    However, I interpreted Jack's cell phone being broken as just a lie because he had been hung up on drugs, drunk or something. Or, he plainly just got it fixed. I've seen the ending again and I think you right. I forgot that he showed Kate the peace of new paper.

    I was thinking that they where talking about a different funeral and that the coffin was Kates would explane why no family showed. Also noteiced that he had that plaster on his forhead that he got after he was on the bridge thought he was thinking about suicide because of Kate dieing. So I'm back to having no ideal lol. Can u tell I recently watched all three seasons back to back?

    I could never get into it on TV haven missed the start. Nah, I think most people, at least when they started following Lost, watched a number of episodes at a time. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

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