Flash forward: 'Lost's' final two seasons get extra episode apiece

Hibberd, James
May 2008
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;5/9/2008, Vol. 404 Issue 38, p8
The article reports that television network ABC has found more hours for the final two seasons of television program " Lost." The 2009 and 2010 seasons of the show will be 17 hours each and ABC has added the two remaining hours to the series' production schedule. The changes will wrap up the show with the same number of episodes that producers and ABC negotiated in 2007.


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