For those who grew up in the seventies, there’s anniversaries in the news all the time that make us feel old. So for today’s generation, here’s anniversary that’s going to make you feel old…Lost is hitting the decade mark.
Even for us old fogies, we’re scratching our heads with this one too, because it seemed like only yesterday that Lost debuted on ABC on September 22, 2004 and became the hottest thing since sliced bread. It was also one of many shows that made JJ Abrams a brand, and an unstoppable force in genre storytelling.
We were reminded of this by Giant Freakin Robot, who reported that there will be a Lost reunion in Los Angeles this March, and among the guests will include Jorge Garcia, Ian Somerhalder, Josh Holloway, and executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.
Of course there are cast members that will be absent, like Matthew Fox and Dominic Monaghan, and JJ Abrams is a little busy working on a little movie called Star Wars: Episode VII, so please excuse his absence.
Lost lasted six seasons, which is a great run for any series, but it wasn’t without its share of controversy. We’re curious if the fans will be giving Lindelof any heat about how the show ended, and he certainly had to endure his share of flak on the net. That aside, the pilot of the show will also be aired at this event, reminding the fans how it all began a decade ago.