February 1, 2008

LOST season four premiere

Posted in celebrities, news, review, TV tagged , , , , , , , , , at 12:40 pm by Salah

Many people think that they are not interested in this show, and they think to themselves what is different about this drama show than any other show that has ever been made in history? Well, if you want one reason to kick your interest up a notch then read this:

LOST pilot episode premiered on September 22, 2004. As for the cost of the pilot episode, it was “the most expensive pilot in television history,[1] primarily due to the expense of purchasing, shipping, and dressing the actual decommissioned aircraft body used to represent the wreckage. It cost between $10 and $14 million.[2] Both parts of the pilot earned high ratings, and the episode would later win many awards.” (wikipedia.com)

Yesterday, Thursday January 31, was the day of the premiere for season four of the famous show LOST. The show was aired on ABC channel with an hour of a recap for the past seasons, and then the first episode of season four. The name of the episode was greatly chosen, and it was “the beginning of the end.”

If you have been watching LOST from the beginning then you already know how the episode works with all the flashbacks and then back to current. However, you would also know that the last episode of LOST season three started a back-flip with using flash-forwards instead of the flashbacks.

The new season continues with the flash-forwards and continues also with the current situation on the island. But this time LOST is going rapid with the action. You will notice how they are losing the slow-style they used to have on the previous episodes. Nevertheless, you will not lose the beautiful sense of LOST that kept you wanting to know what the hell is going on.

If you didn’t watch LOST before, then this is your perfect time to watch it, because this season is the season finale.

Update: season four is not the season finale, but season six is. Thanks Spicy Pepper.




  1. Spicy Pepper said,

    actually its not the season finale, they said it will be 6 seasons :), so we still have 2 more seasons to go :)

  2. Spicy Pepper said,

    Lost Will End During the 2009-2010 Season
    Monday May 7, 2007
    I bet Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof are extremely happy after coming to an agreement with ABC. The two Lost executive producers have said that they want the series to end where it should end instead of letting the network milk it for as long as they can.
    With 16 new episodes each season, Lost will air for three more seasons. The producers say, “We always envisioned Lost as a show with a beginning, middle and end. By officially announcing exactly when that ending will be, the audience will now have the security of knowing that the story will play out as we’ve intended.”

    I’m happy with this announcement. I think the 16 episodes will provide great story arcs for each season. What do you think of the new schedule?

  3. Salah said,

    I don’t know if you mean the episodes time-schedule, but if you do, I really am not sure. This is the first time I keep up with the show on TV. I used to rent the DVDs from Blockbuster. However, the time schedule doesn’t really matter to me, because my DVR records the episodes. I can watch them whenever I want.

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