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5/10/10: Jack's ex-wife and David's mother in the flash sideways is someone we've seen before. Vincent will be seen again. Walt's story will be completed somehow. From Kristin
5/4/10: The Temple likely will no longer appear after episode 614. Lastly, an outdoor set of the sub interior might have been built. From DarkUFO
5/4/10: Shannon does appear late in the season. From
3/7/10: Ben's childhood friend Annie, Eko and Matthew Abbadon will not return during the season. From TV Guide
2/27/10: Dogen and Lennon will die. Keamy and Omar will die again. Though Helen and Nadia reappear in the alternate timeline, they won't end up with Locke or Sayid. From DarkUFO
2/21/10: Sheila Kelley has been cast as Kendall. Kendall is set to appear in episode eight, but is likely recurring beyond that. From Ausello
2/21/10: Shannon and Charlotte make appearances. From TV Guide Magazine
2/17/10: Rousseau (at least the present version) will not appear as Mira Furlan citing prior overseas committments when asked to return. From Ausiello
2/16/10: Caesar appears. From DarkUFO
2/16/10: Libby and Ana Lucia will appear. From Kristin
2/16/10: Ilana is Jacob's child. From DarkUFO
2/2/10: John Hawkes (Deadwood) has been cast as Lennon and Hirouki Shimosawa (The Last Samurai) has also been cast in a recurring role. From Ausiello
2/2/10: New recurring character: LENNON - Male, mid 30s to late 50s, could be any ethnicity. Scruffy, edgy and charismatic, yet can be deferential when needed; may have gone a little stir-crazy. Spokesperson and translator for the president of a foreign corporation. He facilitates the weight and power of his boss's commands. He is a wily negotiator who is far more powerful than it seems from his position... Recurring Guest Star... LOOKING FOR SOMEONE VERY INTERESTING. From Casting Calls
2/2/10: Charlie will appear in at least three episodes From Kristin
2/2/10: As a regular Richard is set to appear in sixteen of the eighteen hours. From TV Guide Magazine
2/2/10: Faraday as well as other "dead" characters will return. Dharma will not be seen that much. Unlike the Man in Black, Jacob will not appear as another character. From Comic Con Panels
2/2/10: Juliet will appear in some episodes. From Movieline
2/2/10: According to Matthew Fox, the two timelines from season five will be "solidified into one time" about a third of the way into season six. Jack and Locke will also face off a great deal. From Matthew Fox Interview [But he didn't mention anything about the alternate timeline introduced in the season.]
2/2/10: Frank Lapidus, Ilana and Richard Alpert are regular characters. Claire has returned as a regular character. In spite of season 5's reveal, Locke is also back as a regular character. Desmond, Juliet and Faraday are no longer regular characters. From ABC Official Press Release [Faraday's absence is obvious. Juliet's is less so since the actress is on 'V', so she could still be around. Hopefully, there will be still be some Desmond and Penny this last season.]
5/24/09: Cynthia Watros has been approached more than once about appearing to finish Libby's storyling and she has declined. Eko's arc was planned to last four seasons, but the actor did not want to live in Hawaii. From Comics on Comics
5/24/09: "Cuse and Lindelof say to expect the Dharma-Michigan connection to play a significant role as the show heads into next season, its sixth and final one." From USA Today
5/14/09: Juliet and Sayid will be back in spite of their apparent dire situations.. From Kristin [We have no idea whether they'll be dead like Locke though.]
5/13/09: The fate of the characters will be "very defined." As far as "every little bit of minutiae about the Island itself, there will be questions after the show." From Kristin [So we'll know what happens to the characters, but the Island might not be fully explained.]
4/3/09: In spite of Elizabeth Mitchell having filmed a pilot, Juliet will be back. From Ausiello
2/28/09: Charlotte "may" return in the sixth season. From Los Angeles Times
2/9/09: Though we'll see how Locke died in the fifth season, we won't find out what the Island really wants with Locke until the sixth season. From TV Guide
1/26/09: The four-toed statue will be seen again in season 5 and much more in season 6. From Dharma Special Access
1/3/09: Another confirmation that Claire is expected to be back in the sixth season. From Ausiello
1/3/09: Caesar doesn't appear until the fifth or sixth episode of the season and will appear in 5-6 episodes during the season. He will then be a regular in the sixth season. From AlloCine
1/3/09: Sad Taghmaoui has been cast as Caesar, who is "an important part of the setup for the final act of the show in season 6." From
11/16/08: Zuleikha Robinson has been cast as Ilana, which is a recurring character for season 5 with an option for appearing in season six. From Ausiello [There is a possibility that this character is actually a younger version of Danielle Rousseau.]
10/16/08: Terry O'Quinn (John Locke) posted this over at The Fuselage: "There's some question as to whether I'll go the rest of the way."
8/9/08: More casting info on the two new characters: "Casear, a dangerous, physical and extremely intelligent male between the ages of 35 and 45. Although his intentions are unclear, this much is certain: he's as skillful at charming people as he is at killing them. He also has a dark past... Ilanna, a European female in her late 20s to early 30s who possesses great intelligence, but who's also dangerous as all get out. She's alluring and apparently used to getting her own way." From Ausiello
8/9/08: Two new recurring characters for season five that could become regulars in season six: a 40-ish dangerous, intelligent man whose intentions are unclear and a 30-ish charming, brilliant and dangerous European woman with a dark, mysterious past. From secretagentman
7/17/08: Christian Shephard and Charles Widmore are likely to be recurring characters in the fifth season with the possibility of being regulars in the sixth season. From Ausiello [Widmore's expanded role isn't that surprising, but would Christian be Jack's dad or the embodiment of the Island?]
7/2/08: According to Naveen Andrews the finale will be on the Island. [Not that big of a surprise even though the action appears to be moving off the Island in season 5.]
5/31/08: Emilie de Ravin will not be a regular in the fifth season, but is expected to return in the sixth season. From Kristin [Here's to hoping that she does more in her return and has a better ending than Michael, who skipped a season too.]
5/27/08: A female series regular going back to season one will not appear in season five, but may return for the sixth season. From Kristin [Sure seems like this would be Claire.]
5/27/08: Alex could return. From TV Guide Interview [This is flimsy, but we hope it happens.]
4/20/08: The last scene of the series has long been determined. From Cuse & Lindelof
4/20/08: After completion of the fourth season, there will be 34 episode left for the final two seasons, which is two more hours than were announced before the writers' strike. From ABC Teleconference
2/26/08: The season is about what happens when the Oceanic Six get back to the island. From Damon Lindelof Interview in the NY Post
5/13/07: Mrs. Hawking (from Desmond's flashback) will return. From Lost Podcast [Just not sure which season]
5/13/07: The smoke monster will not be explained until the end of the series. From Lost Podcast
5/13/07: The season (as well as the fourth and fifth seasons) will be comprised of sixteen episodes that will run uninterrupted. From ABC

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