How annoying is Jack, really? Vulture investigates.
The man behind the ageless Richard Alpert tells us to get ready for a major revelation.
Plus: Will Sawyer and Kate hook up again this season on 'Lost'?
Not counting that bootleg leak of the first four minutes.
Fired before the show aired, the man who championed 'Lost' tells of his aborted history with it.
The first four minutes of Tuesday's premiere have hit the Internet, in a grainy, watermarked video presumably unsanctioned by ABC or Darlton.
The fifth season of 'Lost' ended, literally, with a bang, leaving obsessives more wildly speculative than ever about what the sixth one holds in store.
"We have to do all the writing for those in about eight or nine weeks."
Watch a 60-Second New Lost Promo With New Footage
TV reporters are tweeting live from the 'Lost' TCA presentation.
A White House spokesman says he does not "foresee a scenario” in which Obama's 2010 State of the Union address would conflict with the 'Lost' premiere.
Our only beef? No Frogurt!
And to put the cherry on this Lost–obsessed day, here's NPR's Linda Holmes naming Lost the show of the decade, writing that despite any flaws, the series acted as a positive role model for more ambitious network television.
Here's another great round table, this one of TV critics: the marvelous Maureen Ryan, Alan Sepinwall, and James Poniewozik.