The sixth and final season of the American serial drama television series Lost commenced airing in the United States and Canada on February 2, 2010. The sixth-season premiere was the first to climb in the ratings year-over-year since the second season, drawing 12.1 million viewers. The series finale will air on May 23, 2010. The season continues the stories of the survivors of the fictional September 22, 2004 crash of Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 on a mysterious island in the South Pacific. The survivors must deal with two outcomes of the detonation of a hydrogen bomb on the island in the 1970s. While the on-island story continues, "flash sideways" show an alternate timeline, in which Flight 815 never crashes. The season is reportedly scheduled to be released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 24, 2010, alongside a complete series boxset.
For those of you who missed the season premiere of LOST last week, here are just some of the Sci-Fi premises you might have missed: Parallel Universe Resurrection Talking to dead people Metamorphasis (both looking like someone else as well as transforming into a different creature altogether) Teleportation Time Travel Surviving a hydrogen bomb blast at ground zero "I could have sworn I just put my keys there.." in the case of a missing coffin. Underwater city of Atlantis Any one … more
NOTE: Before I begin, the only point of this review is to say I was underwhelmed by the ending. There may be spoilers in my review. If you're anything like me, you might want to bump the last season of LOST a little lower on the Netflix list and explore something new. You've been warned. SPOILER ALERTS: A while back I wrote about the LOST Season 6 premiere, and now (thanks to Netflix recently getting access … more