What really happened at the end of Lost?

What really happened at the end of Lost?

After Kate, Sawyer, and Claire board the plane, Lapidus successfully gets it off the island. Jack leads Hurley and Ben back to the heart of the Island, where Jack convinces an emotional Hurley to take over as the protector of the island, stating Hurley was always meant to be the leader.

Is Lost really that bad?

Due to the show’s significant pacing issues, Lost suffers from a very inconsistent quality. Most people agree that the first season is a masterpiece, and it was arguably the show’s most popular. Lost is inconsistent at best – bad when it’s bad, but fantastic when it’s on its game.

When did the last episode of lost air?

Lost premiered on Sept. 22, 2004, and concluded its run on May 23, 2010, with what turned out to be one of the most controversial finales of all time—primarly because, as Damon confessed, the finale didn’t answer any of the questions fans had expected it to. (What were the polar bears all about? etc.)

What was the finale of lost all about?

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Is the TV show Lost going to be cancelled?

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Are there any characters that are still alive from lost?

The first-season finale was aired instead.): On whether the characters were actually dead the whole time (Since the time the plane crashed): “No, no, no. They were not dead the whole time,” Cuse said definitively, adding that he believes that some footage they showed at the very end of the series lead to much of the misunderstanding among fans.

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