Lost: Season 6 (2009 - 2010)



Critic Consensus: Lost's shift in central mythology won't satisfy all viewers, but persistent fans will find solace in the show's strong performances and continued dedication to its themes.


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Air date: Feb 2, 2010
Air date: Feb 2, 2010
Air date: Feb 9, 2010
Air date: Feb 16, 2010
Air date: Feb 23, 2010
Air date: Mar 2, 2010
Air date: Mar 9, 2010
Air date: Mar 16, 2010
Air date: Mar 23, 2010
Air date: Mar 30, 2010
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The highly-anticipated sixth series concludes this enigmatic time-traveling series on two fronts: the story of survival, escape and understanding among multiple factions on the island; and an intriguing "flash sideways" to present-day Los Angeles in which Oceanic flight 815 never crashed. The latter is highlighted by Ben (Michael Emerson) and Locke (Terry O'Quinn) as schoolteachers; Sawyer (Josh Holloway) as a cop; Jack (Matthew Fox) as a father; Kate's (Evangeline Lilly) flight from the law; the return of Libby (Cynthia Watros) in a touching episode with Hurley (Jorge Garcia); and, ultimately, two unexpected characters on a scrambling mission to round up passengers from the flight. On the island, revelations are made about Locke's dark and destructive character, who wars with both Widmore's (Alan Dale) crew and the group led by Jack and Hurley, who look to carry out the all-important intentions of Jacob (Mark Pellegrino). Two of the most satisfying episodes feature flashbacks to the island's earliest days that provide long-sought background on Richard (Nestor Carbonell, in episode nine) and Jacob (episode 15). By the moving finale, not every piece to the six-year puzzle fits neatly into place, but series die-hards are hard-pressed to leave without an emotional appreciation for the exhilarating ride.


Josh Holloway
as Sawyer
Jorge Garcia
as Hurley
Nestor Carbonell
as Richard Alpert
Jeff Fahey
as Frank Lapidus
Alan Dale
as Charles Widmore
Kimberley Joseph
as Cindy Chandler
Kenton Duty
as Teenage Boy
Daniel Roebuck
as Dr. Leslie Artz
François Chau
as Pierre Chang
Neil Hopkins
as Liam Pace
Andrea Gabriel
as Noor 'Nadia' Abed Jaseem
Titus Welliver
as Man in Black
Anthony Azizi
as Omar/Arabic Man
John Terry
as Christian Shephard
Dayo Ade
as Justin
Sonya Walger
as Penny Widmore
Fredric Lehne
as Edward Mars
Sean Whalen
as Frogurt
Christopher McGahan
as Techie No. 1
Troy Vincent
as Oceanic Rep
Troy Vincent
as Oceanic Rep
David Coennen
as Customs Agent Smalley
Percival Scott III
as LAX Security Officer
Veronica Hamel
as Margo Shephard
William Mapother
as Ethan Goodspeed
Kesha Diodato
as Customs Agent Anne
Kelly Kraynek
as Woman in Ladies Room
Eric Nemoto
as Oceanic Rep
Kevin Tighe
as Anthony Cooper
Mark Ahsing
as Customs Officer
Shawn Lathrop
as Flight Attendant
Andrew Divoff
as Mikhail Bakunin
Mira Furlan
as Danielle Rousseau
Steven Elder
as Jonas Whitfield
Suzanne Krull
as Lynn Karnoff
Jon Gries
as Roger Linus
William Atherton
as Principal Don Reynolds
Juan Carlos Cantu
as Father Suarez
Teresa Huang
as Surgeon
Lillian Hurst
as Carmen Reyes
Bruce Davison
as Dr. Douglas Brooks
Sean Kinerney
as Japanese Boy
Izzy Diaz
as Ignacio
Ivo Nandi
as Oldest Hunter
Casey Adams
as Wheeler
Fisher Stevens
as George Minkowski
Joshua Smith
as School Kid
Chad Donella
as Desk Clerk
Davo Coria
as Servant
Yvonne Midkiff
as Receptionist
Allen Cole
as Duty Sergeant
Ken Elliott
as Orderly
Sonya Masinovsky
as Russian Nurse
Alan Seabock
as Sub captain
Tania Kahale
as Admitting Nurse
Wendy Pearson
as Nurse Kondracki
Christopher Johnson
as Police Officer
David Griffith
as Screaming Other
Ashlee Kyker
as Student
Yasmin Dar
as MFCU Nurse
Traci Lee Burgard
as Det. Rasmussen
Ernesto Lopez
as LAPD Officer
Grisel Toledo
as Nurse Tyra
Haley Williams
as Assistant
Gerard Elmore
as Clipboard Guy
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Critic Reviews for Lost Season 6

All Critics (22) | Top Critics (9)

Certainly it was more rewarding than The Sopranos and Seinfeld, both of which didn't end so much as stop, and we're grateful the writers didn't go the the route of Newhart or St. Elsewhere.

Mar 6, 2018 | Full Review…

"The Last Recruit" put many of those fears to rest, reminding me that even when Darlton seem to be dragging their feet within either an episode or a season, they generally have a plan for what to do when it's time to start moving quickly.

Feb 2, 2010 | Full Review…

The producer's foolishness in deciding to mix sprinklings of false faiths in with the true not only undercut the spiritual value of the show, it undercut the entertainment value of it as well.

Oct 3, 2018 | Full Review…

I can actually live with where they ultimately took this flash sideways business, for the most part, because I'm willing to accept the show for what it is.

Jun 19, 2018 | Full Review…

Remember Lost, because its type is not returning to TV anytime soon, if at all.

May 15, 2018 | Full Review…

Lost has still got it.

Apr 3, 2018 | Full Review…

I enjoyed the eerie and opaque variations on the "plane lands" timeline, and my heart is open, open, open.

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…

Trust me when I say we have questions and comments to be made during the hiatus. For now though, we're going to let the episode sit and marinate in our minds.

Mar 6, 2018 | Full Review…

For die-hard Lost fans, it was awesome to see so many references and appearances from classic characters, including a big one of Claire towards the end.

Mar 6, 2018 | Full Review…

To tell the truth, it seems as though there are more questions than ever that need answering, but at the same time, we're tantalisingly close to finding out the secrets of Ol' Smokey.

Mar 6, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Lost: Season 6



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Haters gotta hate the ending but the road there was fascinating, enthralling and highly entertaining.


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