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UNSER DVD-TIPP: Lost - Die komplette 1. Staffel Bei "Lost" (2004) handelt es sich um eine überaus spannende US-Mystery-Serie aus der Feder von Erfolgsautor J.J. Abrams ("Alias", "Superman")...

Ein Flugzeug stürzt aus zunächst unbekannter Ursache über einer scheinbar einsamen Insel ab. Ein paar Dutzend Überlebende können sich aus dem brennenden Wrack retten. Noch rechnen sie mit einer baldigen Rettung. Glücklicherweise befindet sich auch ein Arzt an Bord (Matthew Fox), der unerschrocken die Führung der Gruppe übernimmt. Langsam stellt sich jedoch heraus, dass nicht nur die auf den ersten Blick so friedliche Trauminsel einige mysteriöse Überraschungen zu bieten hat...

Die 1. Staffel startete am 4. April 2005 - jeweils Montags um 20.15 Uhr - im deutschen Free-TV-Sender ProSieben, wo auch Staffel 2-4 liefen... Der deutsche Free-TV-Sender kabel eins zeigt nach der 5. Staffel auch die finale 6. Staffel der Mystery-Serie - ab 23. September 2010 um 22.15 Uhr...

Übrigens: Es ist/war auch ein "Lost"-Kinofilm geplant, der aber nicht zwangsläufig die Geschichten der bekannten Charaktere aufgreifen soll...


"Lost" auf DVD !!!
Am 25. März 2010 erschien die 5. Staffel von "Lost" auf DVD & Blu-ray Disc... Jetzt bei Amazon bestellen !!!

[05.08.2010] Bei CS! gibt es einen Clip aus dem Epilog "New Man in Charge", der auf der finalen "Lost" Blu-ray & DVD enthalten ist...

[24.05.2010] Bei CS! gibt es Meinungen zur finalen Episode von "Lost"...

[16.05.2010] CS! sprach mit Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond) und Nestor Carbonell (Richard) über das Ende von "Lost"...

[08.05.2010] Wie CS! meldet, wird der TV-Sender ABC im Rahmen des "Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to Lost"-Specials 3 alternative Enden für "Lost" ausstrahlen...

[18.02.2010] Wie meldet, kehrt Maggie Grace aka Shannon zurück...

[04.02.2010] Bei CS! gibt es Video-Interviews mit Damon Lindelof und Carlton Cuse... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[01.02.2010] Bei gibt es weiteren Promo-Spot zur 6. Staffel...

[30.01.2010] Bei Dark UFO gibt es die ersten 4 Minuten aus der ersten Episode der 6. Staffel...

[23.01.2010] Bei gibt es weiteren Promo-Spot zur 6. Staffel... Und meldet...
With "Lost" fans eager for answers in the final season of the ABC drama, at least one of the show's mysteries may get resolved: Who is Jacob's nemesis?
Titus Welliver, who played a mysterious character in Season 5, is set to reprise his role in the second part of "Lost's" sixth season, which premieres Feb. 2.
To make things even more suspenseful, also returning for the final season is Mark Pellegrino, who played Jacob. He will appear in at least six episodes of "Lost's" final, 18-episode season.
It's a safe bet the the two will probably meet again.
Jacob's nemesis (aka Man in Black), who last appeared in Season 5's finale, is an inhabitant of the island who had spent a century looking for ways to kill Jacob, the mysterious leader of the Others, until finally succeeding in 2007 by assuming the appearance of the dead John Locke (Terry O'Quinn) and persuading Benjamin Linus (Michael Emerson) to stab Jacob.
The Man in Black's name, identity, motives, backstory and bone of contention with Jacob were never revealed, leading to a flurry of speculation among "Lost" fans about who he really is.
Similarly, there is an ongoing discussion about the origin of Jacob, who has been a significant presence on "Lost" since Season 2 until finally revealed onscreen at the end of Season 5.
Paradigm-repped Welliver recurs on CBS' freshman drama "The Good Wife" as scheming district attorney Glenn Childs and also recently did an arc on the FX drama "Sons of Anarchy."
Pellegrino, who recurs on the CW's "Supernatural," is repped by Domain and Framework.
A number of castaways will be returning to the island for "Lost's" final season.
The show's showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse recently said Harold Perrineau and Cynthia Watros are coming back to reprise their roles.

[24.12.2009] Bei gibt es einen neuen Promo-Spot zur 6. Staffel...

[29.10.2009] Wie CS! meldet, wird William Atherton in der finalen Staffel einen Auftritt haben...

[20.08.2009] meldet...
John Hawkes is joining the final season of "Lost" as a recurring.
The "Deadwood" alum will play Lennon. "Lost" producers wouldn't release information on the character. According to the casting breakdown, Lennon is the scruffy, edgy and charismatic spokesperson and translator for the president of a foreign corporation who is far more powerful than it seems from his position.
Hawkes, who played budding entrepreneur and politician Sol Star on David Milch's Western "Deadwood," recently co-starred on another HBO series, the offbeat comedy "Eastbound & Down."
His feature credits include "American Gangster" and "Miami Vice." [...]

[12.06.2009] E! Online sprach mit Matthew Fox über das Ende der Serie...

[13.05.2009] Bei CS! gibt es mehrere Sneak Peeks zum Finale der Staffel 5... SPOILER !!!

[11.02.2009] AP meldet...
One of the biggest mysteries of "Lost" - the Smoke Monster - will be unveiled on the popular TV drama, and soon.
Actor Daniel Dae Kim, who plays Jin, said in an interview that the origin and nature of the malevolent dark cloud will be disclosed and viewers will even get a glimpse of its lair. Turns out the monster is as "old as the island" that's been home to the Oceanic jet-crash survivors and their foes. [...]

[18.01.2009] Bei gibt es einen weiteren Sneak Peek zu Staffel 5... SPOILER !!!

[17.01.2009] Im "Lost Spoilers" Blog gibt es neue Sneak Peeks zu Staffel 5...

[12.01.2009] Der TV-Sender Pro7 zeigt heute um 22.15 Uhr die erste Episode von Staffel 4 als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere...

[02.01.2009] Herc von AICN hat die ersten Folgen von Staffel 5 gesehen...

[04.12.2008] Wie meldet, soll es - wenn es nach Damon Lindelof geht - keinen "Lost"-Kinofilm geben...
Damon Lindelof, co-creator and co-executive producer of ABC's Lost, told reporters that there will not be a feature film based on the show. Or, he hastened to add, it won't happen on his watch.
"The answer is no," Lindelof said in a Dec. 2 online roundtable with journalists while promoting the upcoming season-four DVD set and year five of the hit ABC show. "At least not by us. We've always felt that the show should definitively end the same place it started ... on television."
A film, Lindelof argued, would be unfair to those devoted viewers expecting to see story threads--What's up with that island? What is the fate of the Oceanic Six? And everyone else?--resolved by the time the series ends in 2010, following the last episode of its sixth season.
"To bring our characters to some sort of cliffhanger," Lindelof explained, "where the audience gets none of the answers that they really care about, and then say, 'Now give us 10 bucks. Buy some popcorn, and we'll give you the rest!' [That] would pretty much be the worst thing ever."
Lost returns for its fifth season on Jan. 21, 2009, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

[23.11.2008] Bei CS! gibt es einen Trailer zu Staffel 5, inkl. verstecktem Hinweis auf

[20.11.2008] Bei AICN gibt es ein Promo-Poster zu Staffel 5...

[08.11.2008] meldet...
Reiko Aylesworth is in negotiations for a major recurring role on ABC's "Lost." [...]
In at least four episodes of ABC Studios' "Lost," Aylesworth will play Amy, a smart and successful professional woman with a love for the outdoors who is looking for the right man. [...]

[18.10.2008] sprach mit J.J. Abrams, u.a. über das Ende der Serie und einen möglichen "Lost"-Kinofilm...
[...] while he still believes a theatrical leap is doubtful, he’s now less against the idea than in the past. And that’s mostly because there’s now a firm end-point for the series: May 2010.
"The one thing that makes you think maybe there could be [a movie]," stated Abrams, "is that ABC agreed to end the series after six years. Which is a gift, because you know you won’t have years seven and eight where you’re thinking ‘they should’ve ended at year six,’ and you know how to pace yourself so that you know how to end the series."
With the clock now ticking towards the show’s completion, the "Star Trek" helmer is slowly growing intrigued in the idea of continuing the story.
"The only reason why I think maybe there would be a movie," he explained, "is that by doing that - which is hopefully the right way to go and that’s it - you do have that sense of, well, it didn’t go on any longer and therefore is there something else that you could do? So there’s a chance, but my gut is it would never happen." [...]

[05.09.2008] meldet...
[...] In what reps the first major piece of casting for Lost's fifth season, sources confirm to me exclusively that Zuleikha Robinson has been tapped to play the pivotal role of Ilana. [...]
Robinson's Lost deal calls for her to start off as a recurring player with an option to become a series regular in season 6 (a.k.a. the farewell season).
As I first reported last month, Ilana is described as a European female who possesses great intelligence but who's also dangerous as all get out. She's alluring and apparently used to getting her own way. [...]

[02.09.2008] AMC sprach mit dem Produzenten Damon Lindelof über schwerwiegende Entscheidungen... SPOILER !!!
Q: [...] When it comes to Lost, you seem very willing to respond to audience demands about what we want to see. Why?
A: We're writing a television show that's supposed to be consumed by the masses. In the same way that a gladiator in the Roman arena lived or died based on whether or not he was entertaining, we feel like an instantaneous thumbs up, thumbs down response is huge for us. More importantly, the majority of the writers on Lost are fanboys. There's a ripple effect that occurs where we say, "Nikki and Paolo are not working. We don't like them, the audience isn't going to like them." By the time the audience starts complaining about Nikki and Paolo, we've already written a script where they get buried alive.
Q: Is it difficult to change course midstream when so much of the show is plotted from the beginning?
A: The uber-mythology has to stay the same because there's stuff we've set up that has to pay off. But there is wiggle room in terms of the way the characters experience that story. In our minds, Mr. Eko was going to be a character who made it to close to the end of the show, but because Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje was so unhappy being on the show, we had to say, "Alright, life intervenes. Who else can we tell the story with? Can we re-jigger Locke to have it be him, or can we make Benjamin Linus a little bit more of a man of faith?" You adapt the characters as you go. [...]

[27.08.2008] Wie meldet, wird Michelle Rodriguez aka Ana Lucia wiederkehren...

[31.07.2008] Bei gibt es mehrere SPOILER zu Staffel 5...
[...] Richard Alpert will figure prominently in Season 5.
The whole notion of "flashbacks" and "flash-forwards" will be reinvented, suggesting that upcoming episodes will span multiple time periods and perspectives.
Jin will be back, but there's no word if he's dead or alive.
It was strongly suggested that Faraday survived.
Faraday's notebook will play a prominent role this season.
We'll finally get Rousseau's back-story, but Darlton cautioned that it would be wrong to call it a "flashback" episode. [...]

[25.04.2008] CS! sprach mit Matthew Fox...
[...] Asked about whether the flash forwards and knowing the end date of the series has changed how he approaches work, Fox said, "Not really. Not that much. No. You know we're going to catch up with the flash forwards here in this year and then we'll be back and it's going to be really interesting to see how time is structured in season five. But we will have closed those two points - the finale of last year where you had that juxtaposition of him on the island feeling like he'd finally accomplished rescue and this future where he's desperate and at the pit of despair and feels like he has to go back and we don't know why and what's transpired in between. We will have closed that thing and so we will have gotten back into a situation where we'll be in the present."
How much gets resolved in the finale? "Huge, huge stuff. We're shooting pretty much three episodes. It's really like a three-episode finale that we're shooting simultaneously. It's huge."
And will more questions be answered? "There will be huge things answered. Yes." [...]

[11.04.2008] Wie TV Guide meldet, besteht die Möglichkeit, dass die bislang 13-teilige 4. Staffel einen weiteren Teil spendiert bekommt...

[05.03.2008] Bei TV Guide löchern die "Lost"-Stars die Produzenten mit Fragen zur 4. Staffel... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[28.02.2008] Bei gibt es neues Video-Material zu "Lost - Das Spiel", welches heute veröffentlicht wurde...

[12.02.2008] berichtet über das Ende des Drehbuchautoren-Streiks und den Folgen für "Lost"...
[...] "Lost" executive producer/co-showrunner Carlton Cuse [..] said he's happy with the outcome of the strike and can't wait to go back to his day job on "Lost."
"We're going to have to hit the ground running, go from zero to 100 mph in a matter of days to make as many episodes as possible," he said.
The goal for Cuse and co-showrunner Damon Lindelof is to produce five more episodes this season, a tall order given the time constraints and the scope of storytelling and production on "Lost." Even with five additional hours, Cuse and Lindelof will be three episodes short of the premapped fourth season.
"We will have to condense some stories," Cuse said.

[13.12.2007] Der "Lost" Season 4 Teaser #2 ist online !!!

[16.12.2007] Wie CS! meldet, startet "Lost" Season 4 am 31. Januar 2008 im US-Sender ABC...

[13.12.2007] Der "Lost" Season 4 Teaser #1 ist online !!!

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