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Look for ‘Lost Moments’ to Keep Fans Happy

Posted by Wendy Michaels Categories: Drama, Prime Time, ABC, Lost, Internet,

Lost OK folks, now that Lost is on hiatus for 13 weeks, it’s time to curl up in the fetal position and wait for the series to return in February. Never fear… ABC will be spoon-feeding small morsels of the hit show to fans during these long cold weeks of darkness. Day Break, starring Taye Diggs, will be taking the place of Lost, but viewers of Day Break should be on the lookout for what ABC is calling “Lost Moments.” These 30-second clips will show scenes from upcoming episodes and just may reveal, in small bites, what’s ahead for 2007. Of course, ABC won’t reveal what time the clips will be aired during Day Break, thus encouraging viewers to tune in for this new Groundhog’s Day-esque drama. If you don’t happen to watch Day Break, ABC will include the promos on ABC.com the next day.

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Josh Holloway Fearing ‘Lost’ Death

Posted by Wendy Michaels Categories: Drama, Prime Time, ABC, Lost,

Josh HollowaySo, being killed off on Lost is not out of the realm of possibility—apparently, actors on the show are fearing for their characters’ lives on the show. According to Josh Holloway, who plays Sawyer on the show, with secret scripts, none of the actors know when their time will be up. Holloway recently told Men’s Journal magazine, “Everybody in the cast worries about being killed off, and we wouldn’t know until they handed us the script three days before shooting.” He continued by saying, “It’s a sensitive issue. People have houses here, kids in school. Most of us aren’t in our twenties anymore.” Sudden character kill-offs are not a new notion on the show, but most would consider Holloway is safe for now. His con-man character is a definite hit with fans, as they wonder how the Kate-Jack-Sawyer love triangle will turn out. Best advice to Holloway—keep your shirt off as much as possible and Sawyer will continue to live on!

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