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44 min | 5445 min (Entire show)
Adventure | Drama | Fantasy | Mystery | Sci-Fi | Thriller
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Won Golden Globe. Another 72 wins & 301 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2004-09-22
Filming Locations: Hawaii Film Studio - 18th Avenue & Diamond Head Road, Honolulu, O'ahu, Hawaii, USA
Ray Porter
Ray Porter
John Terry
John Terry
Jorge Garcia
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes
Naveen Andrews
Sayid Jarrah
Matthew Fox
Jack Shephard
Josh Holloway
James 'Sawyer' Ford
Daniel Dae Kim
Jin Kwon
Yunjin Kim
Sun Kwon
Evangeline Lilly
Kate Austen
Terry O'Quinn
John Locke
Emilie de Ravin
Claire Littleton
Michael Emerson
Ben Linus
Henry Ian Cusick
Desmond Hume
Dominic Monaghan
Charlie Pace
Harold Perrineau
Michael Dawson
Elizabeth Mitchell
Juliet Burke
Ken Leung
Miles Straume
Did you know?
When Jin is at the house of the person he is meant to kill, Hurley is on the television behind him. If you look (extremely) carefully you can see that he is wearing the grey shirt that he is wearing when the television cameras show up at the petrol station later on in the series.
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The full name of the character Charlotte Lewis (played by Rebecca Mader) is Charlotte Staples Lewis. She has the same initials, middle name, and last name as writer C.S. Lewis (writer of the "Chronicles of Narnia" novels). This is an allusion to the unpredictable nature of time on the island (such as the moving of the island and Ben's time jump). In the Narnia novels, a lamp post serves as a gateway to the magical land of Narnia, but people who go through always end up in a different time period in Narnia. There is a DHARMA station called The Lamp Post which serves a similar function with regard to the Island.
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The two-part pilot episode was the most expensive in ABC's history, reportedly costing between $10 million and $14 million. The average pilot is usually in the region of $4 million.
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Despite being referred to as "The French Woman" and having a French last name, Danielle Rousseau speaks French with a heavy Croatian accent.
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At the auction for the "Black Rock"s journal the said it sailed and disappeared in 1845, 20 years before Alfred Nobel applied for his patent for dynamite. Yet the ship supplied dynamite through the series.
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In season 1, Charlie says to Jack that he can't swim, yet in season 3's 'Greatest Hits' it shows that his dad taught him how to swim when he was young. He also swims to the Looking Glass station with no problem.
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Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes: Dude!
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Desmond Hume: See you in another life, brother.
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Mr. Eko: I did not ask for the life that I was given, but it was given nonetheless, and with it I did my best.
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Who were Nikki and Paulo?
Nikki and Paulo were lovers who had robbed and killed a man for his stash of diamonds. They were on flight 815 when it crashed. They don't appear until season 3, though it's explained by Nikki saying that they never participated in anything up until that point. They were introduced by the producers in an effort to broaden the group of survivors who the show focused on. However, Nikki and Paulo were generally unpopular among fans and were killed off in their first flashback episode "Expose", which showed that the couple had more of an influence on the Island and the other survivors than was first assumed.
Where do they get their food?
Originally they get their food from boar hunted by Locke, fish caught by Jin, and various fruits and nuts harvested by random people. In Season 2 they discover the Hatch which has plentiful DHARMA Initiative brand food. This is augmented by a resupply drop of food later in Season 2.In "The New Man in Charge" epilogue it was revealed that the pallet drops were sent by two men in Guam who still thought they were working for the DHARMA Initiative even though the organization had been defunct for many years.
Who is Jeffrey Lieber and what is his contribution to Lost?
Lost began as a suggestion from ABC executive Lloyd Braun for something like "Castaway: the Series". Jeffrey Lieber pitched an idea for a series he called "Nowhere" which would lack the sci-fi elements of Lost and be more focused on group dynamics and conflict. He developed a number of characters for the show and wrote a pilot. ABC ultimately passed on Nowhere and brought in JJ Abrams to develop the idea into a series. Liber felt that a number of the characters and concepts which eventually made their way into Lost were similar to his own ideas for Nowhere and he asked the Writers Guild of America for arbitration. The WGA ruled in favor of Lieber, saying that his ideas contributed substantially to the characters and pilot of Lost. Lieber is credited as a co-creator on all episodes of Lost and receives appropriate paychecks, but he has had no creative input since ABC rejected Nowhere.
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Photos from cast
Bai Ling Samantha Mathis Mira Furlan Alice Evans Evan Handler Anson Mount Ray Porter Michelle Rodriguez