Wednesday, Aug. 17th. 10/9c.
Kate and Sawyer divulge dark secrets to each other while tracking a renegade boar that Sawyer
swears is purposely harassing him. Meanwhile, Hurley and Sayid worry that Charlie is losing it after his
brush with death, and a shocking, prior connection between Sawyer and Jack is revealed.
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Sat. Aug. 13th 2005: Leaving for vacation today, won't be able to update until next Monday the 21st.
Sorry I haven't been able to update that much really busy with everything. As soon as I get back I'll add the
Sun. Aug. 8th. 2005:Board the flight to the Lost world
As Lost crashlands on to our screens, Benji Wilson joins the survivors For those mourning the end of Desperate Housewives, the news that Channel 4 had another
American smash in the pipeline was greeted with glee. Lost appeared to have all the vital ingredients:
addictive drama, a string of teasing conundrums and a cast of beautiful people.
The series follows the fortunes of a group of plane crash survivors who are stranded on a mysterious
island somewhere in the South Pacific, a place where a polar bear might be found beneath the palm
trees and invisible man-eating monsters give visitors a special welcome. What’s more, our castaways
aren’t exactly average Joes, encompassing the whole gamut of liars and thieves, sages and princesses.
Quite what Desperate Housewives’ neurotic Bree Van De Kamp would make of this rabble is unclear,
but she certainly wouldn’t have liked all the noise.
On set in Hawaii, it’s fair to say that Lost’s cast is flagging. The show has taken America by storm,
but a seemingly endless succession of jungle chases, boar hunts and fisticuffs has taken its toll. The
British actor Naveen Andrews (The Buddha of Suburbia, The English Patient), who plays the Iraqi Sayid
Jarrah, has been pelted with so much freezing-cold artificial rain that he is borderline hypothermic.
Matthew Fox (Party of Five), who plays Jack, the resident doctor and hero, is also battle scarred. “It’s as
demanding as hell. It can be really rough when I get beaten up.” Fox’s on-screen squeeze, Evangeline
Lilly, aka the doughty Kate, has been pounding treadmills for two hours after shooting to get her body
temperature back to normal. The setting may be paradise, but the filming is not.
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Wed. Aug 3rd. 2005:By Hal Boedeker
KRT News Service Viewer alert: Major revelations are coming soon. Television's two most
talked-about series, ABC's "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives," quickly plan to answer
questions raised by their cliffhangers last season.
"Lost" will plunge into the mysterious hatch in its first episode, co-creator Damon Lindelof says.
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Wed. Aug. 3rd. 2005: Happy birthday Evi!! We wish you a great 26th birthday! Have fun!
Wed. July 28th 2005:'Oz' Vet Gets 'Lost' from Zap2it Remember back in the pilot of "Lost" when the survivors of the plane wreck thought they were the only people on a scary island? Little did they know that their deserted abode had a higher population than Manhattan. Former "Oz" co-star Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje is the latest actor to be found on "Lost."
According to the good folks at ABC, Adewale will play Emeka "a mysterious man whose presence on the island -- and intentions -- will be revealed in one of the early episodes in the upcoming second season." Whee.
Other new additions to the "Lost" cast for its second season include Michelle Rodriguez.
Adewale spent several seasons on HBO's "Oz" playing murderous drug addict Simon Adebisi. He was nominated for two NAACP Image Awards for the role. Adewale's other credits include the features "Congo," "The Mummy Returns" and "The Bourne Identity."
Tues. July 27th. 2005: From Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Lost" executive producer Damon Lindelof said it's a "dream come true" to be producing a cult show that's been accepted by the mainstream audience, but he also feels viewers' pain, especially the pain of wanting answers to all the frustrating questions the series has posed.
"My own sense as a viewer is in conflict with my senses as a [TV show creator]," Lindelof said after winning Theater Critics Association awards for best new program and best drama Saturday night. "I want to reveal mysteries at a rate faster than we're going. I don't want to do the perpetual nine-season stall."
But he said it's difficult to judge that. He and co-creator J.J. Abrams know how they want the series to end, but, Lindelof said, "When you run a race and don't know where the end is," it becomes difficult to figure out how much to parcel out and when to do it.
He defended the May season finale, saying it was in line with the job of a cliffhanger: to make people anticipate the next season. But he does promise that within the first 15 minutes of the "Lost" season premiere, which picks up 30 seconds after the season finale, the characters will learn what's in the hatch that's been taunting them (and viewers) for months.
"You'll get a lot of answers in the season premiere," he said, "and a couple more questions."
After that disappointing May season finale, during which viewers got basically no payoff for staying tuned all season, Lindelof said the first three episodes will take place in a six-hour period and will deal with the ramifications of opening the hatch, the kidnapping of young Walt (Malcolm David Kelley) and the lost-at-sea trials of Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and crew.
Tues. July 25th. 2005: ABC has confirmed that LOST season 2 will premire September
21st, 2005, at the new time 9/8c. pm.
Mon. July 25th 2005:BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Viewer alert: Major revelations are coming soon. Television's two most-talked-about series, ABC's Lost and Desperate Housewives, quickly plan to answer questions raised by their cliffhangers last season.
On Desperate Housewives, the first episode will open by showing what happens when plumber Mike (James Denton) goes into the house where agitated teen Zach (Cody Kasch) is holding Susan (Teri Hatcher) hostage, series creator Marc Cherry says.
Lost will plunge into the mysterious hatch in its first episode, series co-creator Damon Lindelof says.
"You will see everything that's in there. What is in there will change everything about how they live on the island," Lindelof says. "We are erring on the side of giving away too much as opposed to being too vague."
The producers are meeting the nation's TV critics to collect awards. The Television Critics Association honors Desperate Housewives as program of the year. Lost earns prizes as best new program and top drama. Both series are likely to start their second seasons in mid-September.
The hatch looms as the main topic on Lost, and producers plan a bold revelation.
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Description: New to AMP From Alias creator J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof (Crossing Jordan) comes Lost, an
action-packed adventure that gives viewers what Entertainment Weekly calls "the meatiest
conspiracy-theory fodder since the X-Files." Lost follows forty-eight people who have survived a plane
crash on a mysterious, Pacific island. Stripped of everything, this band of friends, enemies, and
strangers must work together against the dangers lurking on the island. This survival drama has
surged week-to-week since its debut and captures 18 million viewers per episode. Now considered
a bona fide smash, Lost ranks as the number-one TV program on Wednesday nights in total viewers
and adults 18-49. It is the number-two new series of the season and has been nominated for two
People's Choice Awards for Favorite New Drama and Favorite Male TV Star. The Lost 2006 Calendar
features a full-color image from the show each month. The show's growing legion of fans will delight
in reliving the excitement and adventure from their favorite new show.