May 2010 23

LOST Series Finale - The Final Supper Picture on ABC

Tonight is the night that fans of ABC’s hit show LOST have been waiting for. Six years in the making, we will finally find out what is going on to the survivors of Oceanic 815. Hopefully.

The series finale has been extended to a two-and-a-half hour event, preceded by a two hour special titled “Lost: The Final Journey,” and followed by “Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to Lost.” The two-hour retrospective before the anticipated finale will take us back over the past 6 seasons, for a recap of important events throughout the series. After the finale Jimmy Kimmel will show us three alternate endings, as well as interview members of the show.

The series finale starts tonight (Sunday, May 23) at 8pm CST on ABC, preceded by “Lost: The Final Journey” at 6pm CST.

Here is the promo for Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to LOST:

If you can’t wait until tonight, here are some things to keep you entertained before the Series Finale of LOST:

1. Intense Lost Questions: The Master Cut
Tonight Jorge Garcia gets intense with Jimmy and fields some intense Lost questions. You might remember earlier this week when Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lily each answered intense Lost questions too. Here are all three intense question sessions in one clip. Let’s get INTENSE!!

2. The LOST Podcast with Jay and Jack
Click here to check out the latest podcast from Jay and Jack

3. David Letterman – ‘Lost’ Spoilers Top Ten
May 19, 2010 — “Lost” Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse present the “Top Ten Spoilers for the ‘Lost’ Finale.”

4. Lost’ Producers Talk Finale, Fans, Stephen King
May 20, 2010 — ‘Lost’ producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse talk Sunday’s finale, Stephen King and share a favorite fan story. (May 20)

5. Sizzle Alert: LOST with Sarah Silverman!

Hopefully some of these videos will be enough to keep you happy until tonight. Feel free to leave comments below about your favorite moments on LOST. And most importantly, enjoy the series finale tonight!


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