Lost: series creator would like to see a sequel or reboot

Lost: series creator would like to see a sequel or reboot

Lost became one of the most famous and successful TV series in history and aired between 2004 and 2010. One of its co-creators, Damon Lindelof, stated that he would like to see someone producing a continuation or reboot of the series in the future.

Lindelof, who is also the creator of the Watchmen series, made the revelation in an interview for the Comicbook website. First, he said that he even has ideas for continuing the Lost story, but that he spent too much energy to produce it.

Because of this, he hopes that someday someone will be able to continue it or even choose to launch a reboot in the future.

“This is another situation where, like someone who worked in the Alien, Star Trek or Watchmen universe, a person could take my ideas from Lost and implement them. I’d love to see more of Lost. I would love to see what other people can do with it, ”he said.

“I just feel like I already gave what I could and it is time for that old man to leave the scene and let someone else take over this kingdom. It would be cool to have more Lost, but again, I don’t think it should be me, ”added Lindelof.

It is worth remembering that the producer himself has already made a similar revelation regarding Watchmen. Lindelof said he has no ideas for a potential second season, but that he supports its release as long as someone else takes creative control.

The Lost storyline depicts survivors of a plane crash who stop on a mysterious island in the Pacific Ocean, which is full of mysteries and supernatural events.

In addition to Lindelof, the series was also created by Jeffrey Lieber and director JJ Abrams. Lost featured six seasons and 121 episodes produced in total.

Lost had a very large cast of actors and actresses throughout its exhibition, highlighting names like Naveen Andrews, Emilie de Ravin, Matthew Fox, Jorge Garcia, Josh Holloway, Evangeline Lilly, Terry O’Quinn, Michelle Rodriguez and the Brazilian Rodrigo Santoro.