You may not be able to find “Lost” executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse after the show’s May 23 finale, but fans will get a chance to interact with them one last time before the series ends.
Cuse tweeted Thursday (April 15) that the show would have a “Final Celebration” on Thursday, May 13, 10 days before the series finale. Here’s what he said:
“LOST LIVE: The Final Celebration. Royce Hall, Los Angeles. May 13. More details soon.”
Unfortunately, that’s the sum total of information on the event right now. ABC doesn’t have details yet — though they may be forthcoming in a few days. Variety says it may involve a live orchestra performing some of composer Michael Giacchino’s music, as well as a charity element and — most important to “Lost” fans — a screening of the next-to-last episode. (Royce Hall is on the campus of UCLA.) We’ll get the details to you as soon as we know them.
In other finale-related news, Cuse and Lindelof say they won’t be appearing live on Jimmy Kimmel’s post-finale special on May 23. In their podcast this week, they said they’ll be guests on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Friday, May 21 and will tape something for the post-finale special, but they’re going “radio silent” following the finale. The episode “will be speaking for itself,” Lindelof says.
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