The Lost series finale 2010 is now here. After the 2010 Lost series finale, the show’s entire legacy will be changed for the better or worse. Despite six years of captivating most of the world, it may all be meaningless if things end badly tonight. Battlestar Galactica, Seinfeld and The Sopranos were regarded as the best shows of the era, but now all anyone can talk about is their controversial, divisive endings. Likewise, if Lost doesn’t answer enough questions or end clearly, its six years of success will be all but forgotten. So the Lost series finale 2010 has just a little bit of pressure tonight, and 2 ½ hours to clear up all doubts.
Warning: Spoilers follow.
Officially, not much is known about “The End” but unofficially, spoilers are everywhere. None of them have ruined the top secret 11’th act, the finale scene, or what the flash-sideways mean, but it could be a matter of time.
For the unspoiled, they can guess where the Lost series finale 2010 will end up to a point. On the island, everything is set up for a massive search for Desmond, which could culminate at the cave of electromagnetic energy. Newly crowned island leader Jack must stop the Man in Black from getting there, and using Desmond to destroy the island. But it might not come without a massive loss of life, since the other candidates may not be protected anymore.
But the Lost series finale 2010 high stakes may really be in sideways time. Fans have waited impatiently for that universe to reveal its purpose, as some still doubt the wisdom in having it. If the sideways explanation doesn’t work, then the whole episode will be in big trouble.
But all roads are leading to a music concert, where the Shephards, Desmond, Kate, Sayid, Hurley, and perhaps everyone who’s ever been on Lost will be there. This element of the Lost series finale 2010 will culminate Desmond’s grand plans since “Happily Ever After” and will likely have assistance from Daniel Faraday and Charlie – and maybe help or hindrance from Eloise Hawking.
Other questions in the Lost series finale 2010 are whether the real John Locke can finally save the day, whether Ben is evil again or pulling one final redemptive con, and whether Richard Alpert is really dead at last. But fans have slowly accepted that their hundreds of other questions won’t all be answered tonight.
Their level of acceptance will depend on what is answered, what kind of new questions are raised, and what happens to the characters. If tears are jerked, destinies are met, and humanity lives up to Jacob’s hopes, the Lost series finale 2010 may pull it out after all. If not, the fandom will wish they could detonate Jughead and go to a sideways world of their own to block it out.
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