Although we still don’t know the nature of the mysteries on LOST island – not counting the hundreds, possibly thousands of speculations out there – I still think this falls in the “paranormal” category. With a mind-numbing labrynthine plot, it will be interesting to see if there is any surge in the viewersship that has steadily dropped off during the last few seasons. I myself have been tempted to drop this one from my ‘must see’ list, but I guess I’m a bit of a masochist and am determined that somehow “all will be told” in the end. Heaven help me.
In any case, possibly just to screw with viewers, the network has decided that Lost has lost it’s way on the schedule since the last season (whenever that was – who can remember?) and is going to pop up on Tuesdays starting February 2nd.
The show’s final season will launch there with a two hour episode, dubbed “LA X,” preceded by a one-hour clip special at 8 p.m.
The following week, on Feb. 9, “Lost” settles into its regular time slot.
“Lost” will be competing for ratings with NBC’s telecast of the Winter Olympics (Yikes!) and with Fox’s next season of “American Idol”.
It makes you wonder if “Lost” will be found by anyone, or if anyone – even it’s own network – cares anymore.