Lost (2004 - 2010)



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Forty-eight passengers miraculously survive an air crash only to be stranded on a scary island. With the trauma of the nightmarish crash still in their minds, the passengers have to put up with differences, hostility, predators and more. What does the future have in store for them?

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Critics Consensus: Lost's shift in central mythology won't satisfy all viewers, but persistent fans will find solace in the show's strong performances and continued dedication to its themes.

2009, ABC, 18 episodes

Critics Consensus: Though it introduces yet more unanswered questions, Season 5 of Lost also moves quickly, covers more character development, and fleshes out its rich world further for hungry fans.

2009, ABC, 17 episodes

Critics Consensus: Lost regains its mojo in a fourth season that reaffirms the show's place as one of TV's most unique undertakings.

2008, ABC, 14 episodes

Critics Consensus: Lost asks its audience to suspend their disbelief in ways that can be extremely trying for the grounded sci-fi show, but its character-driven plot holds season three together.

2006, ABC, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: This sophomore season goes smoothly down the hatch, deepening both the mysteries of the island and the depth of its castaways.

2005, ABC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: Unpredictable and addictive, Lost is a new kind of TV mystery that grips as often as it guffaws.

2004, ABC, 25 episodes


Josh Holloway
as Sawyer
Jorge Garcia
as Hurley
Michael Bowen
as Danny Pickett
Nestor Carbonell
as Richard Alpert
Jeremy Davies
as Daniel Faraday
Rebecca Mader
as Charlotte Lewis
Jeff Fahey
as Frank Lapidus
François Chau
as Dr. Marvin Candle/ Dr. Pierre Chang
John Terry
as Christian Shephard
Byron Chung
as Mr. Paik
Lillian Hurst
as Carmen Reyes
Cheech Marin
as David Reyes
Kevin Tighe
as Anthony Cooper
Mira Furlan
as Danielle Rousseau
Andrea Gabriel
as Nora Abbed `Nadia' Jazeem
Sonya Walger
as Penny Widmore
Alan Dale
as Charles Widmore
M.C. Gainey
as Mr. Friendly/Tom
Doug Hutchison
as Horace Goodspeed
Jon Gries
as Roger Linus
Marsha Thomason
as Naomi Dorrit
Susan Duerden
as Carol Littleton
Lance Reddick
as Matthew Abbadon
Eric Lange
as Radzinsky
Fionnula Flanagan
as Eloise Hawking
Alice Evans
as Eloise Hawking (Younger)
Titus Welliver
as Jacob's Nemesis
Christian Bowman
as Steve Jenkins
John Choi
as Butler
John Wilton
as Tux Shop Owner
Achilles Gacis
as Six Foot Five
Chil Kong
as White Suit
Julie Ow
as Nurse
June Kyoko Lu
as Mrs. Paik
Joy Minaai
as Reporter #1
Sev Palmer
as Meathead
Richard MacPherson
as Record Exec
Kenton Duty
as Teenage Boy
April Grace
as Ms. Klugh
Michael Adamschick
as Lottery Official
Dezmond Gilla
as Baseball Hat
Sean Whalen
as Neil Frogurt
Melissa Farman
as Young Danielle Rousseau
Grant Bowler
as Capt. Gault
Tess Young
as Best Friend
Gordon Hardie
as Young Boy
Tony Lee
as Jae Lee
Clancy Brown
as Kelvin Inman
Rachel Ticotin
as Capt. Teresa Cortez
Kiya Lee
as Byung's Wife
Lindsey Ginter
as Sgt. Austen
Ron Bottitta
as Leonard
Nick Jameson
as Richard Malkin
Bruce Davison
as Dr. Brooks
David Ely
as Intern
Dayo Ade
as Justin
Michelle Forbes
as Karen Decker
Tom Irwin
as Dan Norton
Noah Craft
as Hendricks
Todd Coolidge
as Paramedic
Guillaume Dabinpons
as Frenchman No. 1
John Shin
as Jin's Father
Andy Trask
as Hotel Manager
Shawn Lathrop
as Federal Agent
Marc Menard
as Frenchman No. 2
Wendy Pearson
as ER Doctor
Jeremy Shada
as Young Charlie
Jill Kuramoto
as Anchorwoman
Bruno Bruni
as Frenchman No. 3
Zack Shada
as Young Liam
Suzanne Krull
as Lynn Karnoff
Christopher McGahan
as Techie No. 1
Sonya Masinovsky
as Russian Nurse
Stephen Pace
as Master Sergeant
Troy Vincent
as Oceanic Rep
Troy Vincent
as Oceanic Rep
Isabelle Cherwin
as Little Girl
Shawn Doyle
as Duncan Forrester
Sven Lindstrom
as Crew Member
Lawrence Jones
as Lead Soldier
David Coennen
as Customs Agent Smalley
James Lesure
as Dr. Hamill
Maya Henssens
as Young Girl
Percival Scott III
as LAX Security Officer
Susan Gibney
as Melissa Dunbrook
Edward Conery
as Auctioneer
Nigel Gibbs
as Funeral Director
Kesha Diodato
as Customs Agent Anne
Joah Buley
as Other Dude
Eyal Podell
as Young Man
Loreni Delgado
as Pharmacist
Brad Berryhill
as Anxious Guy
Kelly Kraynek
as Woman in Ladies Room
Eric Nemoto
as Oceanic Rep
Cathy Foy
as Receptionist
Sonya Seng
as Receptionist
Stephen Bishop
as William Kincaid
Joey Yu
as Byung-Chun Han
Mark Ahsing
as Customs Officer
Jeremy Colvin
as Deliveryman
Sally Strecker
as Lucy Heatherton
Sally Davis
as Teacher
Matthew Alan
as Cunningham
Jayne Taini
as Martha Toomey
John O'Hara
as Young Jack
Peter Lavin
as Caldwell
Angelica Perreira
as Byung-Chun Han's Daughter
Mark Gilbert
as Det. Raggs
Ivana Michele Smith
as N.D. Survivor
Monica Dean
as Gabriela
Francois Choi
as Dr. Marvin Candle
Dan Hildebrand
as Custodian
K.M. Dickens
as Cassidy
Steven Elder
as Jonas Whitfield
Juan Carlos Cantu
as Father Suarez
Dean Norris
as Howard Gray
William Atherton
as Principal Don Reynolds
Geoffrey Rivas
as Father Chuck
Donna Smallwood
as Aussie Woman
Kavita Patil
as Rupa Krishnavani
Sayed Bedreya
as Iraqi Father
Teresa Huang
as Surgeon
Ron Marasco
as Ken Halperin
Robert Dahey
as Poor Man
Rick Overton
as Matthew Reed
Alex Mason
as Bartender
Barry Whitfield
as Mr. Slavitt
Sammi Davis
as Mrs. Pace
Rebecca Tilney
as Emily's Mother
Sean Kinerney
as Japanese Boy
Dann Seki
as Dr. Curtis
Saul Rubinek
as Custody Lawyer
P.D. Mani
as Nabil
Theo Rossi
as Sgt. Buccelli
Aaron Gold
as Jason Elder
Theo Coumbis
as Jimmy Bane
Curtis Jackson
as Security Guard
Greg Joung Paik
as Dr. Je-Guy Kim
Armando Pucci
as Italian Man
Xavier Raabe-Manupule
as Iraqi 12-Year-Old
Raymond Ma
as Efren Salonga
Felix Williamson
as Dr. Ian McVay
Cynthia Charles
as Nigerian Woman
Casey Adams
as Wheeler
J. Edward Sclafani
as Ticket Agent
Lanny Joon
as Dr. Bae
Lance Ho
as Young Miles
Izzy Diaz
as Ignacio
Joshua Smith
as School Kid
Stephanie Niznik
as Dr. Evelyn Ariza
Ivo Nandi
as Oldest Hunter
Kylie Dragna
as Charlotte
John Bryan
as Thug Captain
Simon Rhee
as Shopkeeper
Allen Cole
as Duty Sergeant
Yvonne Midkiff
as Receptionist
Rain Chung
as Mr. Kim
Brooke Mikey Anderson
as Charlotte Malkin
Tuli Roy-Kirwan
as Secretary
Davo Coria
as Servant
Ken Elliott
as Orderly
Raj K. Bose
as Pakistani Shop Clerk
Patrick Torres
as ER Doctor
Chad Donella
as Desk Clerk
Bill Duke
as Warden Harris
David S. Lee
as Younger Charles Widmore
Rand Wilson
as Assistant D.A.
Thomas Meharey
as U.S. Soldier
Jeanne Rogers
as Moderator
Joe Toro
as Bartender
Jenni Blong
as Lindsey
Kim Kim
as Mrs. Shin
Larry Wiss
as Anestheseologist
Kamari Borden
as U.S. Soldier
Marvin Candle
as Dr. Marvin Candle
Stephen Page
as Master Sergeant
Moumen El Hajji
as Tough Moroccan
Necar Zadegan
as Translater
Glen Bailey
as Magician
Ned Van Zandt
as Mr. Dorsey
Susan King
as Sweet Young Woman
Azure McCall
as Mrs. Gardner
Christine Kim
as Admitting Nurse
Matthew Pederson
as Physical Therapist
Alan Seabock
as Sub captain
Ashlee Kyker
as Student
Yasmin Dar
as MFCU Nurse
Kanayo Chiemelu
as Tunisian Man
John Skinner
as Other No. 1
Rylee Fansler
as Young Juliet
Jaymie Kim
as Ji Yeon
Miko Franconi
as Grocery Worker
Sandra Le Bat
as Dominique
Olekan Obileye
as Young Yemi
Yetide Badaki
as Desk Clerk
Anthony Keyvan
as Young Sayid
Christopher Johnson
as Police Officer
David Griffith
as Screaming Other
Sarah Duval
as Melissa
Kaveh Kardan
as Merchant
David Yew
as Chinese Security Agent
Ernesto Lopez
as LAPD Officer
Dorian Burns
as Prison Guard
Sophie Kim
as Young Sun
Savannah Lathem
as Young Rachel
Scott Moura
as Manager
Traci Lee Burgard
as Det. Rasmussen
Charles Henry Wyson
as John Locke (Age 5)
John Pete
as Prison Clerk
Spencer Allyn
as Young Daniel Faraday
George Cheung
as Chinese Ambassador
Faran Tahir
as Ishmael Bakir
Peter Ruocco
as Agent Freedman
Olivia Vickery
as Clementine
Patrick J. Adams
as Peter Talbot
Adam Bazzi
as Cab Driver
Haley Williams
as Assistant
Phil Abrams
as Gellert
William Makozak
as Capt. Bird
Stephanie Smart
as Ticket Agent
Dana Sorman
as Darlene
Barbara Baehler
as Mrs. Talbot
Keegan Boos
as Young Sawyer
Caleb Steinmeyer
as John Locke (Age 16)
James Jeremiah
as Police Officer
Mark Stitham
as Minister
Cindy Paliracio
as TV Newsanchor
Andrew Connolly
as Brother Campbell
Agnes Kwak
as Aunt Soo
Don Nahaku
as Det. Reeve
Gerard Elmore
as Clipboard Guy
Marvin DeFreitas
as Young Charlie
James Locke
as Mechanic
Matthew Allan
as Cunningham
Marlene Forte
as Det. Mason
Todd Bryant
as Mattingly
Eyad Elbitar
as Arabic Man
Julian Barnes
as Dr. Woodruff
Cleo King
as Government Worker
Chantal Boomla
as Counter Girl
Fredric Lane
as Marshal
Rhett Biles
as Officer Barnes
Alexis Rhee
as Older Woman
Alicia Young
as Blind Woman
John Medlen
as Man at Crash Site
Esmond Chung
as Paik's Associate
David Cordell
as Jimmy Lennon
Jean Chung
as Paik's Secretary
Tyrone Howard
as Airport Guard
Danan Pere
as ER Doctor
Jacob Witkin
as Howard L. Zukerman
Caden Waidyatilleka
as Young Hurley
Sung Hi Lee
as Tricia Tanaka
Steve Labrash
as Morgue Employee
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