That CBS’ Survivor inspired the ABC drama Lost is well-known, but a new book reveals that the show also took its name from another reality series, NBC’s Lost, which was executive produced by Conan O’Brien. That’s revealed in HitFix critic Alan Sepinwall’s book The Revolution Was Televised: The Cops, Crooks, Slingers and Slayers Who Changed… continue reading
Dan asked producers to eliminate him; was one of NBC’s Lost winners. Straight guy Dan said on a radio show that “[t]here was a lot of fun partying–it was hysterical. I wish you guys could have seen it” but says that because of his friendships, he “walked into the producers office and said, ‘Guys, this… continue reading
Lost will return to NBC. Somewhat forgotten after Sept. 11 and overshadowed by The Amazing Race, NBC’s Lost was, well, lost. Exactly when it would return for its second set of three episodes was uncertain. But NBC has announced that the show will return on Dec. 23 with six new contestants, airing for three weeks… continue reading
Carla and Lando win Lost. Courtland and Joe made it to Moscow but quit, and Celeste and Tami eventually made it back to New York, Carla and Lando were the first team to arrive at the Statue of Liberty, taking home Lost‘s $100,000 prize. + plus: although no airdate has been set, the second drop’s… continue reading
Lost concludes tonight. The first three-episode story arc of NBC’s Lost ends tonight at 8 p.m. ET. Whether or not the show’s second three-episode story arc will ever air remains unknown.
Lost returns tonight. Lost returns tonight on NBC at 8 p.m. ET. with its second episode. The second group of contestants has also been announced; they’ll be featured in the second set of three episodes. + also: contestants had satellite phones used by the crew member to check in periodically.
Amazing Race returns tonight; Lost back next week. CBS’ The Amazing Race returns tonight at 9 p.m. ET. NBC’s Lost, however, won’t return until next Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.
The Amazing Race does slightly better than Lost. While the special episode of BB2 easily beat NBC’s Lost—Big Brother 2had over 11 million viewers versus Lost‘s 9.4 million–CBS’ The Amazing Race and NBC’s Fear Factor virtually tied, with 11.83 million viewers watching The Amazing Race and 11.81 watching Fear Factor. Overall, CBS won the evening,… continue reading
Lost debuts tonight. Six strangers find themselves abandoned in pairs someplace around the world and must find their way back to the Statue of Liberty. So begins the Conan O’Brien produced Lost tonight on NBC, which debuts at 8 p.m. ET. The Travel Channel will repeat episodes Fridays at 9 starting next Sept. 14. Comments… continue reading
Lost’s producers “[had] security in place” to protect cast, crew. With just three people–two contestants and a camera operator/producer–wandering around the country by themselves, the producers of Lost discuss the security precautions they had in place.
CBS will air a Big Brother 2 episode opposite NBC’s Lost premiere. CBS will air a special Big Brother 2 episode next Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET–opposite the first episode of NBC’s Lost, and right before CBS’ premiere of The Amazing Race. The show will also air on Tuesday and Thursday, as usual.
NBC’s Lost announces auditions. The forthcoming Lost, which will follow “pairs of strangers” as they try to find their way across the country with limited supplies and money, is looking for contestants. You can either send in a videotape or attend an open audition in Montana, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Nashville, Seattle, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas,… continue reading
casting for Conan O’Brien’s Lost underway. If you want to be one of the contestants who gets stranded someplace in the U.S., with your mission being to find your way to the Statue of Liberty, apply for NBC’s Lost. The application process involves, surprisingly enough, sending in a videotape of yourself.
NBC plans Conan O’Brien’s Lost. Conan O’Brien will produce Lost for NBC, another show imported from Britain. The six-episode show will follow three three-person teams (including one camera operator on each team) who will be dropped someplace and will have to find their way to the Statue of Liberty.