Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World: Season 1 (1999 - 2000)

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Air date: Apr 3, 1999

In the series pilot, scientist George Challenger (Peter McCauley) learns of a prehistoric world from a dying colleague, and leads an expedition to find it. Part 1 of two. Roxton: William Simon. Marguerite: Rachel Blakely. Summerlee: Michael Sinelnikoff.

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Air date: Apr 3, 1999

Conclusion of the series pilot. When Challenger's party becomes stranded in the prehistoric world, Marguerite plots to betray a young native woman to ensure their escape. Veronica: Jennifer O'Dell. Summerlee: Michael Sinelnikoff. Malone: David Orth. Marguerite: Rachel Blakely.

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Air date: Oct 2, 1999

To prove the existence of prehistoric life, Prof. Edward Challenger leads his lost expedition team in a dangerous, exotic land. In this episode, Roxton is captured in an underground world where humans are slaves of the descendants of dinosaurs. In order to escape, he must lead a revolt. Peter McCauley, William Snow, Jennifer O'Dell, Rachel Blakely, David Orth.

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Air date: Oct 9, 1999

Determined to prove the existence of prehistoric life, Prof. Edward Challenger leads his lost expedition team into a dangerous, exotic land. In this episode, Summerlee (Michael Sinelnikoff) lies near death after being stung by a giant bee. To save their comrade, Roxton, Veronica and Malone must make a dangerous journey to steal the only possible cure: the nectar of the queen bee.

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Air date: Oct 16, 1999

Prof. Edward Challenger (Peter McCauley), determined to prove the existence of prehistoric life, leads his lost expedition team in a dangerous, exotic land, and is captured by warriors ruled by the widow of a fellow explorer who died on the island 12 years earlier. To earn his freedom, he must face internal demons. William Snow, Michael Sinelnikoff, Jennifer O'Dell, Rachel Blakely.

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Air date: Oct 23, 1999

In this episode of the fantastic adventure, Prof. Edward Challenger (Peter McCauley) must defend Summerlee (Michael Sinelnikoff), who is branded a devil by the high priest of a fervent tribe after saving a little girl from drowning in a lake. Challenger must save Summerlee from being burned at the stake. Jennifer O'Dell, William Snow, David Orth, Rachel Blakely.

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Air date: Oct 30, 1999

Determined to prove the existence of prehistoric life, Prof. Edward Challenger (Peter McCauley) leads his lost expedition team in a dangerous, exotic land. In this exciting episode, Roxton becomes bloodthirsty after being bitten by a crazed young man. Shanyn Asmar, William Snow, David Orth.

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Air date: Nov 6, 1999

To prove the existence of prehistoric life, Professor Edward Challenger (Peter McCauley) leads his lost expedition team in a dangerous, exotic land. In this episode, strange Druids send Marguerite (Rachel Blakely) on a quest to recover a mythic stone that will help them---and her---fulfill their destinies. Jennifer O'Dell.

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Air date: Nov 13, 1999

Determined to prove the existence of prehistoric life, Professor Edward Challenger (Peter McCauley) leads his lost expedition team in an exotic land. In this episode, the team encounters a seductive paradise---where their loyalties are tested. While Marguerite (Rachel Blakely) is tempted by the prospect of eternal life, Veronica (Jennifer O'Dell) searches for her lost parents. William Snow, David Orth.

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Air date: Nov 20, 1999

Determined to prove the existence of prehistoric life, Professor Edward Challenger leads his lost expedition team in a dangerous, exotic land. In this episode, Malone is torn by guilt after the empathic shaman who healed him is sentenced to death by his fellow villagers. David Orth, Jennifer O'Dell, Rachel Blakely, Peter McCauley.

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  • Aug 14, 2020
    Amazing fun! A 1919 band of explorers struggle to survive while stranded on a supernatural plateau where dinosaurs, magic, time warps, and all manner of dangers await. Shot in beautiful Australia, TLW balances excitement, wonder, mystery, and romance. It's from a time when shows were fun, not depressing, and people were basically good despite their flaws. The setting allows for anything to happen and the writers have a lot of fun in the sandbox they created without taking anything too seriously. What the show does take seriously, is the characters who are so well written they become instantly memorable. Although an adventure show at heart, we get more character depth and relationship development as the episodes unfold. The characters have clear goals and distinct personalities and are brought alive by the perfect set of actors. The leads give it their all and know how to perfectly balance the tones from light-hearted fun to danger to heartfelt moments. Whether it's the kindly old professor who has trouble getting around or the fiery two-faced gemologist, I care about each of these people. And that makes me care about the action more than most of today's slickly choreographed big-budget show-pieces with boring, hollow, and generic characters. The show does take a couple episodes to hit it's stride and I can easily overlook the occasional dated effect or small set. Like many, I am disappointed the show ended on a cliffhanger, but for me, the plateau was not really a mystery to be solved. It was a place of wonder where our characters find out more about themselves and each other. If you need a break from the nihilistic depression of most of today's media and just want a fun adventure with likable people, check out The Lost World!

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