Variety is reporting that LOST will run for three more years, but instead of the usual 22 to 24 episodes per season, there will be only 48 more episodes after this season ends.
That means 16 episode seasons instead, and they’ll run without repeats (get your DVRs ready).
The good news is that Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, the masterminds behind LOST have signed on until the end of the series, so we’ll see how the show was intended to end.
Lindelof promised: “There will be no extensions or enhancements. That number (48) is absolute,” he said. And “once you begin to see where we’re going, I think the idea of sequels and spinoffs will completely go away.”
Thanks to TropicHunt.com Guy!
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This is what they wanted; when I was at ComiCon last year, they said they wanted to know how long the show would last so that they could write a definitive ending. Sounds like they (and we) are going go get their (our) wish!
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