Jun 30, 2020
10 things you didnt know about Lost
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Lost (2010). Mira Furlan, Matthew Fox, Jorge Garcia, Terry O’Quinn, Evangeline Lilly. Photo: Mario Perez/American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.
Here are 10 things you may not know about the fan-favorite show Lost.
Airing from 2004 to 2010, Lost remains one of the most unique and compelling television shows of all time.It featured intimate, character-driven storytelling while also building a massive scope of grand mythology. It appealed to mainstream audiences even though the show frequently took bold risks. Many shows have tried to replicate Lost‘s tone and success, but none have managed to resonate in the way that Lost did.
The series has proven to have significant staying power as fans continue to discuss and dissect every detail of the show. It has enormous rewatch value as fans discover new details and meaningful connections every time they rewatch the series.
Whether you’re a diehard Lostie or a more casual fan, there are plenty of fascinating behind-the-scenes facts that went into the making of the show. Some significant changes were made from the original vision for the show and the plan continued to be adapted as the series continued. Here are 10 intriguing tidbits you may not know about Lost.10 little-known facts about Lost
1. Jack Shephard was originally supposed to die in the pilot episode. Even more intriguing is that the role was originally supposed to go to Michael Keaton. Keaton didn’t want to commit to a long-term television show, but he was on board with the idea of only appearing in the pilot episode. This plan was changed as there was concern that fans would feel angered and betrayed by the likable, leading character of Jack being killed in the first episode. Jack’s death was instead given to Oceanic 815 pilot Seth Norris.
2. When Jack was going to die in the pilot episode, Kate was going to be the character who stepped up and became the primary leader of the survivors. She was also going to be an older, married woman. She would’ve been traveling with her husband, but they would’ve been separated during the plane crash. This backstory was instead given to Rose, who believed her husband Bernard was alive and had her faith rewarded in season 2 when they were reunited.Next: Facts 3-6 Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse
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Original Walking Dead star admits they’ve never watched a single episode of the show
ONE of The Walking Dead's original line-up has confessed to never watching the acclaimed AMC show.
The zombie drama has amassed a huge fanbase over the last decade, but apparently hasn't won over ever member of the cast.4Lori was the wife of show protagonist Rick Grimes
Sarah Wayne Callies played Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) wife husband in the early seasons of the show.
She set a tense feud in motion between Rick and his friend Shane (Jon Bernthal), with whom she'd moved on with romantically after thinking Rick was dead.
This culminated in Rick murdering Shane and Lori later dying of blood loss during the birth of Judith, born from her relationship with Shane.
Rick and son Carl (Chandler Riggs) are devastated by the loss and the pain goes a long way in brutalising the pair to the harsh realities of the apocalypse.
However, despite her pivotal role on the show, Lori revealed she has never watched a single episode because she found it too frightening.4Rick managed to track down Lori and Carl in the zombie apocalypse MORE ON THE WALKING DEADchildhood shockThe Walking Dead star witnessed ‘outrageous’ sexual assault aged 9one of the boysThe Walking Dead's Jeffrey Dean Morgan in talks to join The Boysfat's not onThe Walking Dead boss forced to apologise to actress for Negan 'fat' jibeCut!Walking Dead director reveals bosses made her ditch sexy lingerie for Negan's wivesunfinished businessThe Walking Dead actress hints Maggie could still want to kill Neganwrite awayThe Walking Dead's creator reveals bosses would 'tear his work apart every day'
While promoting new NBC drama Council of Dads to AssignmetX, Callies admitted: “I never watched The Walking Dead. It scared me.”
She also claimed that the franchise and all its moribd themes was far less groundbreaking and controversial now than it was at launch.
“Now, we have such a glut of shows about what a s****y, dystopian, f***ed-up world we’re in – including CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, which are reality shows about the s****y, dystopian, f***ed-up world we’re in,” she went on.
“I think it’s actually now kind of subversive to say, ‘Maybe we’re all going to be okay. Maybe we can get through this by reaching out to one another.’”4Rick suffered with hallucinations of Lori after her death Most read in TV & Showbiz'PROUD OF YOU!'Amy Duggar shades family by saying cousin Jill ‘smiles brighter' nowLatestlake mysteryGlee's Naya Rivera missing presumed dead on lake with son, 4, asleep on boatnot taking it!Pregnant Teen Mom Kailyn claps back at troll who called her a ‘hoe’‘BEAUTIFUL DAY’Teen Mom Farrah Abraham and daughter Sophia visit late baby daddy's graveBREAKING THE RULES!Pregnant Joy-Anna Duggar wears low-cut tank top after ditching TV showBIG DRAMALittle People’s Zach & Tori Roloff ditch Jeremy’s big bash during family feud
4Lori died of blood loss during childbirth
With that in mind we suspect Callies is in no hurry to reurn to the horror genre anytime soon.
Her comments come after The Walking Dead creator revived the popular comic book series with a Negan-centric spin-off.
Meanwhile Negan actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is reportedly in talks to join the cast of Amazon Prime hit The Boys.
The Walking Dead season 10 is set to conclude late in 2020.The Walking Dead: World Beyond trailer teases how the spin-off series are connected with epic nod to Rick Grimes