Season four of Lost won’t be with us until some time in the New Year, and fed up with hearing which cast member has most recently been popped for drunk driving (Daniel Dae Kim) us fans of the enigmatic island drama are hungry for news about the show itself. And so, to help oblige those of us desperate for their Lost fix, here are a few tasty tidbits (spoiler haters: look away now) as executive producer Carlton Cuse has been revealing what’s in store for the survivors of Oceanic flight 815.
Remember the season three reveal that Jack and Kate make it off the island? Well, we’re in for plenty more flash forwards. “Moving forwards, you’ll get a mix,” explains Cuse. “Every week will hopefully be a guessing game as to not just who will be focused on, but when we’re focusing on them.” And though he met his maker, Charlie’s importance is not diminished: “Desmond will have to deal with the after-effects and the guilt of [Charlie's death],” elaborates co-exec producer Damon Lindelof. “He will question whether or not Charlie would have made this sacrifice, had he not told him that was what he was going to do. He will question the role he played in Charlie’s death.”