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Leaked Spoilers for “Lost” Season 4

SCI FI Wire sat down with the producers of ABC’s hit series Lost and were treated to several spoilers from the upcoming fourth season of the show as well as additional.

First up though was an insurance from Executive producer and co-creator Damon Lindelof that the fourth season will continue “to answer and ask a lot of questions.” But, he added, “season four is going to be a whole new show in a lot of ways. We’re really excited with what we’re doing and hope that it’ll offer as many surprises as the finale did.”

SPOILERS

Moving on to the spoilers leaked, one biggie is about the return of Michael (played by Harold Perrineau):

“Michael [Harold Perrineau] is coming back. Definitely. As for Walt [Michael’s young son, played by Malcolm David Kelley], we’ve always known Malcolm was going to grow faster than we could shoot the show. And we planned for it. Trust us. Please trust us.”

For more information on the producers thoughts on Jacob, flashbacks and more, click this link.

Lost season four starts on February 6, 2008 on ABC.

Source: SCI FI Wire

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  • Bert Dees

    Are you saying that there will be no new ‘Lost’ episodes for the fall of ’07’?

  • Bert Dees

    Are you saying that there will be no new ‘Lost’ episodes for the fall of ’07’?

  • http://entertainmentnow.wordpress.com Russ T.C.

    Yes Bert Dees. This has been known for quite some time.

    An article on the producers/ABC’s plans for the final three years of the show (16 episodes each year, 48 episodes total) can be viewed here.

  • http://entertainmentnow.wordpress.com/ Russ T.C.

    Yes Bert Dees. This has been known for quite some time.

    An article on the producers/ABC’s plans for the final three years of the show (16 episodes each year, 48 episodes total) can be viewed here.