Cuse and Lindelof on the End of Lost


The Hollywood Reporter attended a Q&A with “Lost” executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof in which they talked a bit about the end of the show:

“Lost” will end in spring 2010 after 48 more hourlong episodes, 16 per season. Lindelof said “Lost” has to move from asking more questions to answering the questions posed during the series’ run.

“Obviously, we can’t wait to the 48th hour to say, ‘Here are all the mysteries of the show,’ ” Lindelof said. But Cuse also noted the reality of the sometimes vociferous and heavily engaged viewership of the show, which uses the Web to advance theories and post explanations and even freeze-frames to parse further meaning.

“I’m not sure there is any ending that will satisfy everyone,” Cuse said. “Our hope is that the ending will be … the logical conclusion of the story.”

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