Hey everyone, we read that The Expanse won’t air in February as was said previously, because of the Winter Olympics (scheduled to take place from 9 to 25 February 2018), so we will be able to see Elizabeth back on our screen after that.
I don’t have the exact date yet, but push is because of the Winter Olympics airing in February.
Source: The Expanse Writers
The wait is longer than we expected. 🙁 Gosh we miss her so much, we really hope to see her sooner! *CRYING*
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Since they are all making revivals lately (mostly disasters tbh), they cannot miss the chance to ask (again) about a Lost revival. We don’t think it would be the right thing to do, Damon Lindelof is right. We hope ABC won’t ruin the memory of a show like Lost to make more money. The creators were brave enough to decide during the 3rd season that 6 seasons were enough to tell their story.
Even though we still miss the 3 years of Juliet and Sawyer at the Dharma. That would be a cool spin-off to make, obviously only if it’s with Elizabeth and Josh. 😛
Lost Revival: ‘No Official Discussions’ to Resurrect Series, Says ABC Boss
ABC isn’t quite ready to go back to the island… yet.
Alphabet president Channing Dungey tells TVLine that she has no current plans to revive mega-phenom Lost. However, she’s not ruling it out. “We have not had any official discussions about that,” the exec maintains. “It’s something that’s on a list of, ‘Wouldn’t that be great if… ,” but at this point it’s only at that place.’
Speculation about a new Lost series picked up some steam (at least around the TVLine watercooler) over the summer when former co-showrunner Carlton Cuse announced that he was returning to ABC Studios under a new four-year deal that calls for him to develop new projects for broadcast, cable and streaming, either on his own or collaborating with other writers.
Asked if she’s informally spoken to Cuse about resurrecting Lost in some capacity, Dungey responds, “I haven’t had that conversation with him yet.”
Cuse’s onetime partner on Lost, series co-creator and EP Damon Lindelof, recently told TVLine that he is both “curious” and “excited” about the possibility of a new writer creating “their version of Lost” using “the mythology of the island,” adding, “It would be really exciting if there’s another incarnation of Lost, I just won’t have any association with it. Not because I’m too good for it. I just feel like, again, we worked so hard to end our story, that to come back and say, ‘Well, that wasn’t the real ending,’ would be frustrating.”
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Now that’s a good news for people in USA! 🙂
‘Lost’ Lands At Hulu After Netflix Deal Expires
All six seasons of ABC’s supernatural drama series Lost are now available to stream on Hulu.
As of today, Jan. 4, all 121 episodes of the series which ran on ABC from 2004-2010, are available to Hulu subscribers. It comes as part of a deal with The Disney/ABC Television Group, and joins other series recently added to Hulu including ABC’s Designated Survivor, the original TGIF lineup, The Golden Girls, black-ish, among others. Netflix had originally acquired Lost in 2009, a deal that was extended in 2011 and has now expired.
Created by Jeffrey Lieber, J. J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof, Lost follows the survivors of Oceanic Air flight 815, flying between Sydney and Los Angeles, that crashed on a mysterious Pacific island. Throughout its six season run on ABC, Lost was honored with numerous awards, including an Emmy and Golden Globe for best drama series.
Disney is one of Hulu’s corporate parents, along with NBCUniversal, 21st Century Fox and Time Warner. Under Disney’s proposed $66.1 billion deal to acquire 21st Century Fox, Disney would become majority owner of Hulu.
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Hey everyone, we know that Elizabeth’s character on The Expanse is still under wraps, but since the news popped up the speculation has been that she would have played Anna Volovodov, a Methodist pastor.
That’s because the role is described as someone who “brings a new, spiritual perspective to the series.”
We read that Anna has long red hair and she usually wears it in a bun. From the only image released, Liz has blonde hair but she wears it in something like a bun.
We also read that on the show they like to shift things around and that some characters are an amalgam of other characters, so Liz could play Anna, but she could still be different character from the book. A good news is that if her role is actually Anna, she should also be in the sixth season of The Expanse (in case they make one).
Said that, we can’t wait to see her in whatever role she plays, because she will make it memorable!
Elizabeth Mitchell - Projects - The Expanse
Not really a good news: Lost leaving Netflix on January 4. Fans own the show on blurays/dvds for sure, but for those who have never watched Lost, will lose the chance to binge watching it on Netflix. Very bad decision!
By the way, if you have never watched Crossing Lines season 3 with Liz, you should be able to watch it on Netflix. It should be available in most of the Countries. We have it here! 🙂
Oh just a little bit off topic, but since Elizabeth told us about this great show so enthusiastically: Rita season 4 has global launch on Netflix on January 16.
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