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Lost 6 Seasons 2005

Season 1
4.6 out of 5 stars (1,582) IMDb 8.5/10

Mysteries abound on the first season of LOST as the 48 survivors of Oceanic Air Flight 815 find themselves stranded on an unidentified island with little hope of rescue.

Starring:
Naveen Andrews, Emilie de Ravin
Original air date:
May 25, 2005

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Season 1

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1. Pilot Part 1

A sudden plane crash leaves survivors stranded on a jungle island.

CC TV-14 September 22, 2004 43 minutes
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2. Pilot Part 2

Jack tends to a wounded man who reveals a secret about Kate.

CC TV-14 September 29, 2004 40 minutes
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3. Tabula Rasa

Kate flashes back to when she was arrested by the marshal in Australia.

CC TV-14 October 6, 2004 43 minutes
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4. Walkabout

A shocking secret about Locke is revealed.

CC TV-14 October 13, 2004 43 minutes
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5. White Rabbit

A pregnant Claire's health takes a bad turn from lack of fluids.

CC TV-PG October 20, 2004 42 minutes
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6. House Of The Rising Sun

Locke discovers Charlie's secret.

CC TV-14 October 27, 2004 43 minutes
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7. The Moth

Survivors struggle to free Jack when he's buried alive in a cave collapse.

CC TV-14 November 3, 2004 44 minutes
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8. Confidence Man

In flashback we hear Sawyer's story and find he is not who he says he is.

CC TV-14 November 10, 2004 44 minutes
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9. Solitary1

We flash back to Sayid's childhood friend Nadia.

CC TV-14 November 14, 2004 44 minutes
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10. Raised by Another

Flashbacks reveal Claire's backstory.

CC TV-14 December 1, 2004 43 minutes
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11. All The Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues

Boone and Locke discover another island mystery.

CC TV-14 December 8, 2004 42 minutes
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12. Whatever The Case May Be

A rising tide threatens to engulf the entire beach encampment.

CC TV-14 January 5, 2005 43 minutes
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13. Hearts and Minds

Kate is puzzled by the revelation that Sun can speak English.

CC TV-14 January 12, 2005 43 minutes
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14. Special

Sayid enlists Shannon to help decipher the French woman's map.

CC TV-PG January 19, 2005 43 minutes
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15. Homecoming

Ethan threatens to kill other survivors unless Claire is returned to him.

CC TV-14 February 9, 2005 41 minutes
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16. Outlaws

A shocking connection between Sawyer and Jack is revealed in a flashback.

CC TV-14 February 16, 2005 43 minutes
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17. In Translation

Sun stuns her fellow survivors with a surprising revelation.

CC TV-14 February 23, 2005 43 minutes
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18. Numbers

Hurley flashes back to the experience he had before boarding the plane.

CC TV-PG March 2, 2005 43 minutes
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19. Deus Ex Machina

Locke thinks he's being sent a sign on how to get the hatch open.

CC TV-14 March 30, 2005 42 minutes
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20. Do No Harm

Claire unexpectedly goes into labor while deep in the forest.

CC TV-14 April 6, 2005 43 minutes
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21. The Greater Good

Sayid engages Locke to uncover the truth about Boone's death.

CC TV-14 May 4, 2005 43 minutes
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22. Born To Run

A secret from Kate's past is revealed to the other survivors on the island.

CC TV-14 May 11, 2005 44 minutes
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23. Exodus Part 1

The Frenchwoman shows up with a dire warning about "The Others.''

CC TV-14 May 18, 2005 43 minutes
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24. Exodus Part 2

Something unexpected at sea surprises those on the raft.

CC TV-14 May 25, 2005 43 minutes
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25. Exodus Part 3

A visitor to the encampment could be a threat to Claire's infant son.

CC TV-14 May 25, 2005 44 minutes
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"LOST" the series that took America by storm in 2004 and has since been a fan favorite today.

In 2004, the series was hyped as the latest series from J.J. Abrams who was known for his TV series "Felicity" and "Alias" and joined by a talented team which includes executive producer and writer Damon Lindelof ("Crossing Jordan"), executive producer and writer Carlton Cuse ("Nash Bridges", "The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.") , writer Jeffrey Lieber, producer Ra'uf Glasgow ("The Big Easy" and "Profiler"), Jack Bender ("Eight is Enough" and "Beverly Hills 90210'), Bryan Burke ("Alias") and Jean Higgins ("CSI: Miami") .

The series debuted on ABC in Sept. 2004 and was instantly a critically acclaimed hit as people all over the Internet would discuss and debate the circumstances of the show. Series creators would plant Easter Eggs on the TV series, on the Internet, on commercial trailers and eventually people were drawn in by the well-written dramatic thriller and sci-fi storyline, wonderful acting but the overall signs of conspiracy and mystery. The series would inspire many blogs, podcasts and so much hype that around 17-20 million people were drawn to the series each night a new episode aired.

The series won an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Drama Series" and series creator J.J. Abrams was award an Emmy in September 2005. The series also won the Writers Guild of America Awards for "Outstanding Achievement in Writing for a Dramatic Television Series", 2005 Producer Guild Awards for "Best Production" and the 2005 Director's Guild Award for "Best Direction of a Dramatic Television Program" and the "Screen Actors Guild Awards 2005' for Best Ensemble Cast.

For the first season, a total of 25 episodes aired from Sept. 2004 through May 2005.
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It is too early to state for certain just how good LOST is compared to the great shows in television history, but by the highest possible standards its first season has to stand out as one of the great seasons in the history of the medium. Season One of LOST was not merely good but great television, and not merely great television but great narrative storytelling. But the impact of LOST goes completely beyond its aesthetic success. Along with another show on ABC (albeit one that I do not care for), DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, LOST has managed to cause the prodigiously stupid television execs to realize that there is a huge demand for quality scripted television. After years of an endless string of simply awful reality shows, all of the networks suddenly want shows that are written ahead of time and feature casts of actual actors. Although final schedules have not yet been announced, it looks as if the 2005-2006 season is going to have both a dramatic decrease in reality shows and an increase in scripted shows. The stunning success of LOST has played a major role in this sea change.

We have in recent years seen genre shows that were huge hits with critics and managed to generate a passionate cult following. Probably no show was more critically praised than BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (with hordes of high brow critics preferring it to more respectable hit series like THE SOPRANOS), but at its peak it managed only a small audience. LOST has generated critical praise almost as strong as BUFFY, a core of fans nearly as passionate, but unlike BUFFY managed absolutely stunning ratings. It is one of the few instances in recent television history where what is arguably the best show on TV also managed among the strongest ratings.
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Hopes were not terribly high for "Lost," the action-drama about a planeful of castaways lost on a tropical island. "Gilligan's Island" all over again? Not quite. This mysterious show rapidly turned itself into a runaway hit. Mystery, drama, the supernatural and horror seep into this series, turning it into one of the most intriguing shows on television.

The series opens with a wrecked plane on a beach, surrounded by panicking people who manage to escape the wreckage. Jack (Matthew Fox) manages to group the refugees into a makeshift camp on the shore -- but soon they hear strange noises and see palm trees being trampled by a gargantuan monster. And when he ventures into the jungle, with the mysterious Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and junkie rocker Charlie (Dominic Monaghan), they find the still-living pilot. The pilot reveals that they are hundreds of miles off course, and no one will be able to find him. Then he gets eaten by an unseen monster.

Now the island is occupied by a motley band, including a strange warrior-sage with a knife-throwing knack, a traumatized con man, a pregnant girl whose baby holds a secret, a secretive Korean couple, a snobby rich girl and her exasperated brother, an Iraqi ex-soldier, and a "dude"-talking chubby guy who has a dark secret of his own. Despite Jack's best efforts, the group splits into two camps, and tensions grow between them.

And there are even worse things coming -- the survivors are not the only ones on the island. A possibly crazy Frenchwoman (Mira Furlan) is hiding somewhere in the jungle, and the murderous "Ethan" kidnaps and nearly kills two of the survivors.
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