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Welcome to LOST - IRELAND

Show Information - Everything you need to know about LOST and more...

"The History"

is the brainchild of J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof. The story begins back in January 2004, when then-head of ABC Lloyd Braun ordered an initial script, based on an idea he claimed to have had for quite a while. Unhappy with the result and a subsequent re-write, Braun contacted J. J. Abrams, creator of cult-favorite Alias, to write a new pilot script. Initially hesitant, Abrams warmed to it, and eventually collaborated with Damon Lindelof to create the series' unique style and characters.  The development of the show was constrained by tight deadlines, as it had been commissioned late in the 2004 season's development cycle. Despite the short schedule, the creative team remained flexible enough that they did not hesitate to modify or create characters to fit actors they wished to cast.

Lost's pilot episode was the most expensive in television history, having cost $10 million. The show became one of the biggest critical and commercial successes of the 2004 television season and, along with fellow new series Desperate Housewives, helped to reverse the flagging fortunes of ABC.

Capping its successful first season, Lost won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series and Abrams was awarded an Emmy in September 2005 for his work as director of the pilot. In January 2006 it won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Drama

LOST Production Pictures (Click Image For Full Size)


"The Overview" 

A horrific plane crash leaves 48 passengers alive, and stranded on a remote island in the South Pacific. The survivors include doctor Jack, now freed prisoner Kate, one hit wonder rock star Charlie, Iraqi military vet Sayid, and a mysterious man named Locke. For a while their goal is simple survival, but they soon realize that it was far more than mere chance that brought them together, and each of them has a purpose that will help them unlock the island's secrets.

                              LOST in action (Click Image For Full Size)


"LOST in Ireland" 

LOST began airing in Ireland on May 23rd 2005 on RTE 2. Ireland was the eight country in the world to broadcast the first season and it was one of the first stations in Europe to syndicate the series with subtitles. The show proved a huge ratings hit for RTE with the 'Pilot Episode' receiving 414,000 viewers and the season finale receiving 433,000. The show regularly tops the viewing figures charts for the week. RTE 2 is currently airing Season 2 on Monday nights at 10pm with a repeat generally on the following Saturday.