Lost makes its final voyage: Season 6


Questions will be answered as the world’s most talked about TV show arrives for its sixth and final season. It’s been six years since venturing through the looking glass and gleefully entering Lost’s masterfully woven web. Now we prepare to be thrilled and saddened as the TV phenomenon enters its climactic final chapter.

Season 5 of Lost left us hanging as Juliet detonated the bomb and potentially changed the islanders’ fate. Ben killed Jacob at the request of a resurrected Locke and we were introduced to the enigmatic ‘man in black’.

Meanwhile, mysteries from series past are begging to be resolved, including the strange set of numbers (4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42), the four-toed statue and, of course, the smoke monster. Not to mention the overarching questions that surround the series as a whole: what exactly is the island? And why were Jack, Kate, Sawyer and the rest of the castaways ‘selected’ in the first place?

In keeping with time-honoured tradition, series creators JJ Abrams, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof are remaining tight-lipped. When asked about Lost’s ending, Lindelof sits teasingly on the fence: “Some people” will think it’s enormously satisfying. Other people will think it’s not satisfying enough. It all depends on the way that you watch the show”. Viewers will excited that a few familiar faces will be returning, namely Claire, who vanished without a trace in season four, Charlie and Boone, both of whom we apparently saw die in seasons four and two, respectively. All will be revealed as Lost makes its final voyage.

Oceanic Airlines boarding pass via: Crystal Dennis


3 thoughts on “Lost makes its final voyage: Season 6

  1. I’m getting a little worried reading what Damon Lindelof is saying. I’m so not hoping for an anticlimax. But I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.. And I totally think it’s about time to answer all the questions.

    We’re super excited here at the office and as part of our web series “Lunki and Sika”, our latest episode is an homage to LOST.


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