Lost Season 5 gets its start Wednesday night as theLost Premiere Episode airs for the first time. The Lost Season Premiere has been a long awaited installment of serial television, and fans have been waiting a long time for the 5th season of Lost to finally make its way to the small screen. Fans have had to wait since last May for new episodes of Lost to be released, and the pent up tension of the past season has left fans expecting a lot from the latest installment. Now ABC has finally brought the show back, and it should be quite an exciting run of episodes.
The Lost Season Premiere will air at 9pm PST as well as 9pm EST on Wednesday, January 21st, 2009. The show will once again be an anchor to ABC’s Wednesday night line-up, and return with 16 more episodes that should really answer a number of questions about where the show is going, and what the characters are looking to face in both season 5 as well as season 6. Before the 2 hour premiere at 9pm is shown, Lost will give its one hour review show at 8pm, which usually serves as a way to catch up both fans of the show as well as new viewers who want to know what has transpired so far.
ABC’s Lost, is a science fiction based drama that shows the events which have transpired after a plane crash in the middle of the ocean. Many people from the plane have ended up on an island together, and the character study has gone 4 seasons through the lives of several of them, using both flashbacks to their past as well as current events to shape their roles in the show. It has been an exciting journey for everyone involved with the show, and one which has kept fans quite entertained. At the end of the 4th season of Lost, several cast-aways were rescued from the island, and were shown living their lives back in the real world. All was not as happy as it seemed at first though, and the dramas of the finale are sure to carry over to the season 5 premiere.
There are a lot of questions that fans want answered as season 5 gets under-way for Lost, and at the top of that list is what happened to the island. In the commotion of the season 4 finale, the island was “moved” and now nobody even knows where it is at. It is a stretch for non-watchers to believe something of this sort, but it will be interesting to see how the show deals with such a break in normalcy. Season 5 should also see quite a few revelations as to why some of the characters have been undertaking their own personal plot-lines, and is certainly gearing itself up to be one of the best seasons of the show yet.
Source: Lost Web-Site