According to DarkUFO these are the episode titles for season six!
According to Lost executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof (via TVguide.com):
If there is a theme to Lost‘s sixth and final season, it might be “things coming full circle.”
“[In the first season, the characters] were running around the jungle, things felt intense and surprising,” the Hollywood Reporter quotes Cuse as saying. “We have a way that we’re going to be able to do that in the final season, too.”
The return of familiar faces — including the decidedly dead and presumed dead — will also come into play, with both Jeremy Davies and Elizabeth Mitchell set to reprise their roles as Faraday and Juliet. And based on the dramatic timing of Dominic Monaghan’s last-moment arrival on the dais, Charlie would seem a safe bet to (somehow) resurface as well.
“There’s a good chance you’ll be seeing many characters you haven’t seen since the first season,” said Lindelof.
Some tropes will be absent from Season 6. Time-travel is so yesterday, the producers indicated, and flashbacks/forwards are long gone. Instead, Lindelof said, “We’re going to do something different” to tell the final 18 hours’ worth of story.
According to TVguide.com:
- Yes, the bomb exploded. “Basically a bomb went off at the end of the last one and all bets are off,” Jorge Garcia said. Adds Daniel Dae Kim: “At the end of last season there was a big explosion.” Of course, neither of them guaranteed that the bomb was Jughead, but we’ll just assume it was to keep our heads from spinning.
- We haven’t seen the last of Juliet. A well-placed source tells us Elizabeth Mitchell, who plays the tragic doctor, just flew back from shooting in Hawaii and that she may return there to shoot again.
- But we probably have seen the last of Libby. “It looks like we’re probably not going to see Libby,” Jorge Garcia says. “They’ll probably deal with the story, but [actress Cynthia Watros, who plays Libby] may not be joining us.”
Terry O’Quinn promises: “When I read the first script, it’s the first time in the whole series that I said, ‘Wow, that’s amazing,'”
“I don’t know if they’ll be fully satisfied or not,” Michael Emerson says. “I don’t know if we want to be fully satisfied. I think it’s always best to go away wanting a little more.”