Ten years ago this week, the hit series brought it’s time-and-reality hopping narrative to a conclusion in the super-sized series finale.
The showrunners of Lost have said they're sorry that their star Evangeline Lily felt 'cornered' into shooting partially naked scenes in the series.
Evangeline Lily has said that she felt pressured into taking her clothes off while starring in TV show Lost.
You can forget about a “Lost” revival that includes Kate Austen, as, unlike seemingly the rest of Hollywood, Evangeline Lilly does not have reboot fever. “There’s a rumor every year that they are going to reboot ‘Lost,'” Lilly, who starred on the ABC series for its entire six-season run, told Entertainment Weekly in a recent interview while promoting “Ant-Man and the Wasp.” “The thing about reboots and remakes is that I don’t like them in general, period.
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To say the finale of The Brittas Empire felt like a bit of a cop-out is to understate the matter somewhat. Original writers Andrew Norriss and Richard Fegen left after five series, but it carried on for a further two, winding up with the insane episode ‘The Curse of the Tiger Women’. After leisure centre manager Gordon Brittas (Chris Barrie) is cursed by a gypsy, things get apocalyptic when people start dying after eating his food.