“Lost” To Have A Coherent Ending

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Lost_tvI was a big fan of Season One.  I got lost during Season Two.  So many plot twists and loose threads left me feeling, well, both overwhelmed and underwhelmed.

But the hit series is coming to a close:

The producers of "Lost" are looking to set a precise end-date for ABC’s Emmy-winning thriller, which some critics say has lost its way this season.

A time line would help the show’s creative team plot out the final story arcs of the marooned plane-crash survivors, executive producer Carlton Cuse told reporters Sunday.

"It’s time for us now to find an end point for this show," Cuse said during ABC’s portion of the Television Critics Assn. winter press tour in Pasadena. "It’s always been discussed that the show would have a beginning, middle and end."

Cuse, who executive produces with Damon Lindelof, said there seemed to be "an underlying anxiety (among fans) that … we don’t know what we’re doing."