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The End of Lost

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In the video above, fans of ABC’s hit television show Lost told us their predictions for the series’ sixth and final season in February.

Fans of the hit TV series Lost hope Sunday night’s finale will answer any lingering questions. What is the Smoke Monster? What did Charles Widmore say to Man in Locke? Which reality is the true timeline?

For the show’s loyal viewers, or “Losties,” the two-and-a half-hour episode will bring to an end six seasons of theories and head-scratching moments.

To prepare for the big event, fans might want to check out Entertainment Weekly’s essential 10 Lost episodes.

And although this season may be the beginning of the end for expensive, scripted television shows — besides Lost, and 24, Law & Order go off the air — the popularity of these series demonstrates that fans still crave a good story line and strong character development, both of which Lost managed to deliver every week.

This video originally ran on February 2, 2010.

The finale of Lost airs on Sunday, May 23, on WCVB-TV (Channel 5). Tune in at 7 p.m. for a two-hour recap and a behind-the-scenes look and at 9 p.m. for the finale.

How will it all end? Share your predictions in the comments section below.

4 Comments

4 Comments on The End of Lost

  • Anonymous on 05.21.2010 at 9:56 am

    What does Lost have to do with BU?

  • smogger on 05.21.2010 at 12:07 pm

    Literary Connections

    I cannot explain how much I’m going to miss this show – it’s honestly tearing me up that it will be over on Sunday. As far as I’m concerned, Damon and Carlton should receive an Emmy this year for the cumulative work they’ve done on the show. Everything about it will be missed – the written, the clues, the searching, the characters, and most of all, the intelligence of the show. I don’t think there’s anything close to it that asks you to ask so many questions or ties in so many cultural and literary references to play along with its viewers. It’s truly a huge accomplishment. I’m honestly mesmerized by the amount of work that had to go into this show – the historical and literary connections alone are mind blowing. http://thesmogger.com/2010/05/20/looking-at-lost-the-literary-connections/

  • Anonymous on 05.21.2010 at 12:10 pm

    What DOESN’T Lost have to do with BU???

  • Anonymous on 05.21.2010 at 4:48 pm

    What Lost has to do with BU

    Yunjin Kim who plays Sun went to BU!

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