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For many years before people on the internet were writing their fingers sore about Game of Thrones and exchanging the wildest theories, Lost dominated online forums. Between 2004 and 2010, the mystery series was a constant topic of discussion among series fans around the world. In fact, it was JJ Abrams, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse’s “Lost” that laid the groundwork for rampant spoiler hysteria to become a part of everyday life on social media today.
If you haven’t seen the series yet and don’t have the faintest idea what it’s about, you only have until April 20 to catch up on pop culture history on Amazon Prime Video . After that, “Lost” will disappear from the streaming service’s catalogue.
Even if that is of course far too little time to catch up on the complete six seasons of around 120 episodes, there is no reason to panic. Because the style-defining format, which we consider to be one of the best series of all time , is also available with a Disney+ subscription and will definitely not disappear there in the near future.
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That’s what “Lost” is about
When Jack ( Matthew Fox ) wakes up near a paradisiacal beach, he can hardly believe his eyes at first: the plane he and many other people flew in has apparently crashed off the coast of a tropical island and the 48 survivors are stranded in the truest sense of the word. The chance of being found soon turns out to be extremely small.
The reason for this is that the plane strayed thousands of kilometers off its actual course. The forced islanders make the best of the situation for the time being, collect their things and build their own little civilization, led by Jack and tough Kate ( Evangeline Lilly ). But the stranded have no idea what dark secrets each of them carries around with them – and what dangerous mysteries the island holds…
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