"Lost" creators promise "cocktail" of answers, mystery
By Jill Serjeant
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - As "Lost" returns for its highly-anticipated final season on February 2, even the cast aren't sure how the desert-island survival series will end.
And its creators on Tuesday warned that not all loose ends would be tied up.
"Not every question is going to be answered," executive producer Carlton Cuse told TV reporters. "If we tried to answer every question, it would be very pedantic."
"Hopefully there will be a healthy cocktail of answers, mystery, character resolutions, and some surprises, he said.
Cuse and co-creator Damon Lindelof said the new season picks up immediately after the 5th-season cliffhanger when a modified nuclear bomb was detonated.
Other than that -- and the reappearance of season-two clinical psychologist Libby, played by Cynthia Watros -- no-one was saying.
In fact, Lindelof and Cuse said that although they had decided five years ago how the ABC series would end, they were still working on writing the final episodes.
"We came up with the final image of the show a long time ago, when we started plotting the mythology of the first season," Cuse said. Continued...