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Will State of the Union Speech Push Back Lost Premiere?

In the ultimate battle between our real and fantasy lives, Lost‘s final season premiere may be bumped by President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address.

The White House is currently considering either Jan. 26 or Feb. 2 — the night of the premiere — for the State of the Union speech, The Wrap reports. Lost fans aren’t exactly the most patient bunch, and a Twitter hash tag has already been started to protest the possible scheduling conflict, #NoStateofUnionFeb2.

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The Obama administration hasn’t decided on Feb. 2, the site reports. However, if officials do choose to take that major piece of primetime real estate, Lost may have to move its premiere until the following Tuesday, Feb. 9.

Of course, there’s no pleasing everyone: The Jan. 26 date would interrupt an all-new episode of American Idol. The White House refused to comment on the scheduling matter.

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ABC 2010 winter tour – Lost panel

ABC 2010 winter tour – Lost panel

Thanks for the head up to SL LOST
The 2010 ABC Winter Press Tour will kick off next Tuesday at 9 AM in Pasadena, CA with a LOST panel where Naveen Andrews, Emilie de Ravin, Michael Emerson, Jorge Garcia, Josh Holloway, Daniel Dae Kim, Evangeline Lilly, Terry O’Quinn, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse will discuss LOST’s final season.

source : ABCmedianet

Q&A: ‘Lost’ producers discuss emotional final season

Get ready to return to the island one last time: The final season of ABC’s “Lost” is going to be an emotionally intense journey that harks back to previous highlights of the series, with the ideological battle between Jack Shephard and John Locke taking center stage.

By the time most major network shows cross the finish line, they’re limping in the ratings and creatively exhausted, wrung out by networks and producers trying to mine just a few more hours. With “Lost” producers having persuaded ABC to set 2010 as a series end date years ago, the hit drama is going into its final lap with level of fan anticipation rarely seen for the ending cycle of a broadcast show.

Below, executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, give The Hollywood Reporter their first full-length interview focusing on the sixth season. What secrets will be revealed? How will fans react to the ending? And what are Lindelof and Cuse’s plans for life after “Lost”?

Cuse and Lindelof assure that there’s a satisfying cliffhanger-free conclusion planned. And even after the May finale, there’s almost surely going to be more “Lost” to come.

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Better quality of the Last supper pic of Lost !

Scan from Susan at Outlaws Forum.

click to enlarge and you can still find it on the gallery

Josh Holloway Tv guide scans added on the gallery

Big thanks to Deej for the scans

the others are added on the gallery !

American Losties ! try to get chance to see first minutes of s6 before it air !

It was posted on, 815 people will get this chance (i can’t since i’m french :() so i wish you good luck and if you win, i’ll be happy for you :)
Namaste and good luck !

Answer the questions : game here

Paradise Lost, tv guide interview with Josh Holloway

Paradise Lost, tv guide interview with Josh Holloway

10511.feature_lg_holloway He’s been shot, repeatedly beaten to bloody hell, circled by a hungry shark, chased by a Smoke Monster, electrocuted and locked in a polar-bear cage with only decades-old fish biscuits for sustenance. But James “Sawyer” Ford’s greatest adversary has long been Josh Holloway, who decreed early on that his wily hillbilly deserved to die as karmic penance for years spent conning the innocent.

But with just four months left of filming on the final season of Lost, the 40-year-old actor has had a change of heart. He’s lobbying for a stay of execution. “After six years, I love this character—he’s a living, breathing part of me,” says Holloway. “And I think he deserves a second chance to rectify some things he’s done. It would be a shame if he were not given that opportunity. I’d feel cheated.”

This newfound compassion sprang to life sometime between the shooting of last season’s explosive finale, in which Sawyer failed to save his sweetheart, Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell), and the first few episodes of the coming season, which finds Sawyer wrestling with deep guilt.

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