A few months ago, I wrote that it was about time for another season of Lost to start up.
Of course, the show ended a year ago, so that new season wasn’t happening. And today marks the year anniversary of the finale, which I recently re-watched. My reaction to the finale was pretty much the same as it was when I was re-watching the whole series in December- I didn’t expect any more answers, so it was fun to concentrate on the characters and their journeys.
Lost managed to combine great characters with intriguing mysteries and a mythology that one could get (excuse the term) lost in. I don’t think I could get as wrapped up in another show as much as I was with Lost, and I’m not exactly looking to.
Since Lost ended, we got a nice little epilogue, a Weezer CD named after one of the main characters and a tease of a new show starring Terry O’Quinn and Michael Emerson. But the show’s creators and producers have moved on to other things, and there won’t be a season seven. Even though every single question may not have been answered, I’m fine with that. Most of the characters (pretty much everyone except for Michael) got a happy ending and enough of the questions were answered to make the whole thing not seem like a waste.
Even though there’s no future for Lost, I’m glad I have my DVDs and can go back and watch anytime.