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Senior Entertainment Reporter John Kiesewetter has been covering TV and media issues for 20 years. After joining the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1975 as a summer intern, he worked as a county government and suburban reporter; assistant city editor and suburban editor; and features editor supervising the Life section. He has a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University.

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Thursday, January 31, 2008

How Did You Find Lost?

Did you like the season premiere of "Lost?" Was it worth the wait? Live up to the hype?

I'll admit that I'm not a fan. I didn't watch the first season, and haven't been able to get into it in subsequent seasons.... So tell me: Was it any good tonight? I'm interested to see what fans have to say about it.


at 1/31/2008 10:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i've been a fan from half-way through season one, and this is the only show that i shut down life for one hour for (no phone, etc.).

i found this season opener to be great. it picked right up where last season left off, we got lots of the main characters, a fitting homage to charlie, and a new angle to the story: the "oceanic six" and why they apparently left some behind. very good stuff.

the only downside is that we viewers know we're getting stiffed on the length of this season, so while it's fantastic to have it it on again, it's limited.

for what it's worth, this is the only time during the week that i turn the tv on, now that we're in tv hell.

at 1/31/2008 10:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I tried it but I am just not into the storyline any more. I was hoping NBC would have new comedies on tonight.

at 1/31/2008 11:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOST is the best TV show ever & this episode was great. Anyone who doesn't watch the show is missing out on something special. Go rent or buy the previous seasons & you will understand.

at 2/01/2008 6:20 AM Anonymous sedi said...

I thought it was good..not great. The new twist they have of showing segments from the future is a great story extender and raises more questions, which will keep me interested.

at 2/01/2008 8:59 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish there had been more. I guess I have been spoiled by the great HBO and Showtime dramas, in that there are no commercials during the story. Lost is of that caliber, but the constant interruption of storyline....
Also with the 4 hours of "new" content that was broadcast this week, it would have been great to have more than 1 hour of actual new storyline...

Thank god for DVR!!!

at 2/01/2008 9:01 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it was good. I have watched since the very first episode and this is the only show I make sure I don't miss. I think it was good to see them concentrate on Hurley, since he is a very likeable character.

at 2/01/2008 9:42 AM Blogger JimmyD said...

it was very good. I like that they've abandoned the goofy Sci-Fi angles that make no sense and gone a new direction. The "split" between Jack and John last night was interesting. The "Oceanic Six" angle was good and the people tracking everyone down after they get off the island is interesting. I like the road it's going down.

at 2/01/2008 10:39 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lost! I have been lost from the beginning. Flashbacks from the island to previous times and now last night to new times in the future. Or are we in the future flahing back to the island? And what ever happened to those mysterious numbers we saw all last year? It is a little too wierd and difficult to flollow for me.

at 2/01/2008 10:58 AM Anonymous BengalBunny said...

I thought it was great! I agree with the person who said the downside was how we're only getting half a season's worth of episodes!! BEST SHOW EVER!

at 2/01/2008 2:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The show sucks! Get a life people... It shows how stupid so many people are when a TV show can go in any direction it would like, and keep everyone watching just for the sake of curiosity! No wonder the world is Fat!

at 2/02/2008 11:03 AM Anonymous GFUNK said...

I don't think it is any of your buisness what people watch on tv.

Calling everyone fat because you don't like the show is asinine. Your assumption that television viewers should only like what you like is conceded. I'm sorry I have to break the news to you, but the world doesn't revolve around you - you have no voice - the world is too big and you are way too small.

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