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Thank God For Second Chances: "Lost" Season Five Promo

Ever since we finally found out who the man in the coffin was (and saw the island disappear into the ether), I've been dying with anticipation to find out just what will happen next on Lost.

Thankfully, the big news this morning is, of course, the long-awaited reveal of the new promo for Season Five of Lost, which kicks off on ABC in 2009.

Anxious to see the promo yourself? Fret not, as I've included it right after the jump.



So what can we make out from this tantalizing teaser promo? For one Hurley and Sayid meet up but rather than engage in hugs and catching up have to battle some baddies and head to a safehouse, Kate tells Aaron they're "on vacation" and packs a gun, Daniel Faraday explores the island with a pith helmet and a compass, Ben and Jack discuss second chances, Sun finds herself locked in a room with some government-types... and they are all likely in big trouble from Charles Widmore and other interests intent on determining just what happened to the island.

And can anyone make out the writing on-screen that appears for a split-second around the :40 mark? It's looks like "Dharma Initiative" but I can't be certain. Curious.

Was it just me or did your heart leap into your throat when you hear that haunting Michael Giacchino score? Oh, how I've missed you, Lost.

Stay tuned.

Comments

Argh. I can't believe we won't get to see any new episodes until 2009!
Like the island, two of my favorite shows (Lost and Battlestar) have disappeared into the ether and I can't wait to have them back!
Anonymous said…
That looks AWESOME. I can't wait for it come back and its been too long between seasons for me. It definitely says Dharma Initiative there but I would of missed it if you didn't say something.
Anonymous said…
I just watched it on another site and came here to see if you had it. Of course you did! :)

Eeeeeee! I am so excited.
Anonymous said…
So excited about this. Thanks for posting this. It at least gives us something to think about and means that Daniel survived and is on the island with the other castaways. Let's hope that he was able to bring Jin with him or I am going to be majorly upset!

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