Lost: Season 2 (2005 - 2006)


Season 2
Lost

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This sophomore season goes smoothly down the hatch, deepening both the mysteries of the island and the depth of its castaways.

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Critic Ratings: 12

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User Ratings: 740

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Episodes

Air date: Sep 21, 2005

One of the castaways must descend through the mysterious hatchway; Shannon encounters a familiar face in the jungle.

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Air date: Sep 28, 2005

Their raft destroyed, Michael, Sawyer and Jin fight for their lives and discover a new predator in the ocean.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2005

Jack, Locke and Kate learn more secrets about the hatch; Michael, Sawyer and Jin wonder if their captors are fellow survivors or the dreaded Others.

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Air date: Oct 12, 2005

Hurley struggles with an assigned task inside the hatch; Sawyer, Michael and Jin learn the identities of their captors; Claire uncovers a startling piece of information about the fate of the raft.

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Air date: Oct 19, 2005

Michael sets off by himself, determined to find Walt, but discovers that he is not alone; Sawyer and Jin's captors demand to be taken to the castaways' camp.

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Air date: Nov 9, 2005

Sawyer's wound becomes life-threatening as he, Michael and Jin make their way through the interior of the island with the tail-section survivors.

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Air date: Nov 16, 2005

The first 48 days in the lives of the tail section survivors are revealed.

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Air date: Nov 23, 2005

Violence erupts when Ana Lucia and her group discover the other castaways.

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Air date: Nov 30, 2005

Kate's original crime is revealed; Locke and Eko discover something interesting about the film; Michael has a mysterious encounter with a computer.

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Air date: Jan 11, 2006

Mr. Eko questions Charlie about the Virgin Mary statue; Claire begins to lose faith in Charlie when she learns his secret; Jack watches with interest as Kate gives Sawyer a long-overdue haircut.

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Cast & Crew

Naveen Andrews
Sayid Jarrah

Actor
Emilie de Ravin
Claire Littleton

Actor
Matthew Fox
Dr. Jack Shephard

Actor
Jorge Garcia
Hugo "Hurley" Reyes

Actor
Maggie Grace
Shannon Rutherford

Actor
Josh Holloway
James "Sawyer" Ford

Actor
Malcolm David Kelley
Walt Lloyd

Actor
Daniel Dae Kim
Jin Kwon

Actor
Kim Yun-jin
Sun Kwon

Actor
Evangeline Lilly
Kate Austen

Actor
Dominic Monaghan
Charlie Pace

Actor
Terry O'Quinn
John Locke

Actor
Harold Perrineau
Michael Dawson

Actor
Michelle Rodriguez
Ana-Lucia Cortez

Actor
L. Scott Caldwell
Rose Nadler

Guest Star
Sam Anderson
Bernard Nadler

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Henry Ian Cusick
Desmond Hume

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Michael Emerson
Henry Gale

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Cynthia Watros
Libby

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J.J. Abrams
Executive Producer
Damon Lindelof
Executive Producer
Bryan Burk
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Lost: Season 2

Audience Reviews for Lost: Season 2

  • Nov 09, 2021
    Some of the most shocking twists and moments to ever unfold on TV.
  • May 08, 2021
    Arguably my favorite television show ever and most certainly the best single season of this show and perhaps any other. The writing, the acting, the world building & mythology, everything about this season was nearly flawless.
  • Apr 11, 2021
    absolutely amazing! this season goes deeper in the sense of mystery and reveals more of the characters back story
  • Apr 03, 2021
    One of the best tv series in history, the second season keeps the level of the first season and adds new layers to the great story. Very innovative storytelling.
  • Apr 03, 2021
    I don't know why there's so much love for this season, but I found it pretty annoying. Characters like Sawyer, Claire, Jack, Micheal and Charlie make illogical decisions and stick to them with irrational melodramatics. There is no "okay" mode on the island. Characters go from zero to 110% on the turn of a dime -- they're either compaisant or extremely mad, angry or selfish -- and act accordingly without any consideration to what might happen or who they might hurt on the island. There's no discussion about anything - only shouting and yelling followed by something like a gunshot. They can't ever have an adult conversation about anything important. If they were uneducated twelve-year olds, then I'd understand. But as presented... really poor character development. Plus, they all KNOW that there are dangers on the island yet whenever they're in an extreme emotional state, they rush off into the jungle. It becomes so frustrating when week after week, a different character make bad choices just so there can be conflict. To make matters worse - it's further annoying to see how a few feel the need to control everybody else. What's with this need for power? What do you really have power over? Nothing! What do they get for having this power? Nothing. How does it make any sense that a group of castaways would work against each other, especially when there's a threat outside their group? How do they not share information or resources so they can work together to get off the island or fend off dangers? Character motivations and behaviors are illogical and inconsistant. And when they're in the most danger - that's when they make the stupidest decisions. In Season 2, there's little forward progress going on about how they might get off the island, little progress made on exactly who else is on the island and why, and absolutely no progress made in forming a community that can function as a society. How this got such a high rating is a mysterious to me as what this magic black smoke might be.
  • Feb 10, 2021
    Absolutely the best season of the show.
  • Nov 03, 2020
    This season is worse than the fourth and first season but that doesn't mean it is bad. The second season is really cool and makes you curious to see the third.
  • Jul 25, 2020
    The mystery keeps getting better and the Acting continues to be impressive.
  • Jul 03, 2020
    Deja vu. I thought the flashback thing would be from the first season. However, the second season is even worse: all of it is a flashback, truffled with some incidents in the "botanical garden". I do not understand how the writers have so little imagination that they are unable to consolidate a script with present facts and, to fill space and time, they have to resort to the old flashback trick, which in this case is ominously abusive.
  • Jun 22, 2020
    I thought this season was awesome...it builds on the mysteries of the first season, balancing the questions and answers. It is a masterclass of building suspense, even though there are quite a few filler episodes. Awesome show.

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