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Lost Sets Its Closing Date
2007-05-06 22:53
by Jon Weisman

Lost will have three 16-episode seasons before wrapping up the series in 2010, reports Josef Adalian in Variety.

2007-05-07 08:46:47
1.   Bob Timmermann
What if I die before 2010?
2007-05-07 11:51:25
2.   KBL
I love the fact that they announced this
2007-05-07 14:46:04
3.   Bob Timmermann
They'd run for more seasons, but it's, you know, complicated.
2007-05-07 16:17:36
4.   chazmac138
I don't see how they can keep this show interesting for that much longer. I was watching from the beginning and I honestly think that I've been disappointed with every episode after the end of the first season. I pretty much hate the show now but I've invested soooooooo much time watching all the episodes, I can't stop now. It's like crack, one season(or fix) and you're hooked. Too bad methadone can't be administered for TV detoxing.
2007-05-07 21:19:00
5.   jtrichey
IMO, if you haven't been interested in this season, then you will not be interested in anything. It does not beat season 1, but does knock off season 2, and is answering all kinds of questions recently. It is back to being clearly the best show on network TV.
2007-05-08 09:16:18
6.   KBL
I imagine ABC pushed it to be three years, but I think they would be better off doing two more seasons at 24 episodes a piece. Of course, this would be thinking of the fans and not just the almighty dollar.
2007-05-08 10:13:40
7.   Penarol1916
5. I'd say it's much better than season 2, but there are a lot of shows that I enjoy more than Lost season 3 on network TV right now, oddly enough, most of them are on NBC.

I think that the writers wanted to only do two more season (I'm assuming that it was two 24 episodes seasons), so three 16 episode season is a nice compromise, hopefully that means a lot less filler going forward.

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