We are currently experiencing what could be called the golden age of television. game of thrones and Succession capture the zeitgeist and routinely dominate office conversations.

But before these cultural giants, there was another. A literal game changer that shaped the way television is made.

lost It was a television show so ahead of its time that it was so different from what modern television is celebrated for.

A storyline that would take months, if not years, to pay off, a storyline that you could easily miss in the blink of an eye, an Easter egg that ended up being a pivotal plot point, and keeping the show’s fans on edge for weeks. There was a cliffhanger.

This week’s finale aired 13 years ago, and a lot has changed since then, but the show is still alive and well.

If lost If it were released today and released in exactly the same way, it has a good chance of being remembered as one of the greatest TV shows of all time.

Social media has done a lot of damage. Some are irreparable, while others will remain unknown for years to come.

However, the rise of sites like Twitter and Instagram has changed the way we consume media, perhaps for the better.

Whether it’s a sporting event, a big TV show or a movie, as soon as you’re done watching something, you can go online and discuss your thoughts with millions of other people. Some even live-tweet big TV episodes and provide real-time commentary.

Just this year there was a show like Inheritance and The Last of Usthe entire news feed is dominated by memes, fan theories, and other content related to major TV shows.

a lost chance

lost It’s such a shame that I missed it after only a few years, when it really should have been the perfect TV show for this era.

Surely social media existed lost ’ was still on the air, but it wasn’t what it is now, or even close to it.

If so, the entire Lost cast would be Hollywood megastars. Instead, most of them have become relatively unremarkable.

TikTok would have been infinite theory And having Twitter Spaces to discuss what’s going on on that crazy island would have really enhanced the viewing experience for those who attended.

Some say the show’s creators didn’t really know what they were doing, and there’s some evidence to suggest they were making it up along the way, but it turned out to be very good television. A few years too soon.

But in the age of reboots and sequels, no one knows what the future holds. Or the past. After all, time didn’t mean much on that island.

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