Lost TV Show Knowledge Quiz Test Trivia
LOST is that one show that pretty much everyone around the globe knows. We just had to create yet another quiz about it. This time it features 20 questions from th whole thing and the difficulty level is pretty high. We expect more than 50% of people that take this quiz to not be able to answer more than 6 questions correctly! Can you surpass our expectations? Or maybe we were wrong and it is not that hard at all? Check it out by clicking the image below or the banner that says “start the quiz” and prove us wrong!
20 Questions LOST Knowledge Quiz
LOST is one of the biggest and the most revolutionary TV Shows. You can easily say that it pushed the tv industry forward to the levels that it is right now, where we can watch shows that have the same or even better quality than biggest movies that premiere in the cinemas. I even remember when the pilot episode premiered that some news stations around the world thought that the plane crash was real! That feels unreal today but that really happened. There was no other way than to create another quiz about LOST, if you missed our previous one – here is link. LOST still have huge fanbase across the world and the fact that it is available on the streaming services confirms that even more people will become fans in the near future.
This quiz features 20 questions from the show (it includes all of the seasons). Most of the questions are pretty nuanced and should be a challenge even for the biggest fans of the shows. Do you consider yourself one of them? Prove that you are an expert when it comes to LOST and try to score the perfect result in this LOST Trivia Quiz.
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Lost is a television drama that originally aired on ABC from September 22, 2004 to May 23, 2010, consisting of six seasons. Lost was created by Jeffrey Lieber, J. J. Abrams, and Damon Lindelof, who share story-writing credits for the pilot episode, which Abrams directed. The main setting of the show is the fictional island of the title, which is located in the South Pacific Ocean somewhere between Australia and South America. The island’s mysterious features are controlled by a group of ancients known as the Others. Some of the characters are able to travel back and forth through time. The plane crashed with 48 survivors on board (initially 47 after one died shortly afterwards); an additional character joined the castaways later in season one.
Lost was created by Jeffrey Lieber, J. J. Abrams, and Damon Lindelof, who share story-writing credits for the pilot episode, which Abrams directed. The series revolves around the survivors of the fictional Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 who are stranded on a mysterious tropical island in the South Pacific, where they must work together to survive and ultimately find out why their plane went down in the first place.
The main setting of the show is the fictional island of the title, which is located in the South Pacific Ocean somewhere between Australia and South America.
The island was cut off from civilization by an electromagnetic forcefield that causes airplanes to crash if they get too close. The survivors are forced to work together in order to survive on this mysterious tropical paradise.
LOST mysterious island and the Others
As a show, LOST was constantly asking questions and then answering them. The island’s mysterious features are controlled by a group of ancients known as the Others. They have their own agenda, which involves recruiting people to their cause by manipulating their dreams and having them believe they were abducted from Earth in the first place.
It turns out that all of these secrets were carefully orchestrated by Jacob (Michael Emerson), who was trying to protect his brother from getting into trouble for doing something he didn’t want him to do.
The plane crashed with 48 survivors on board (initially 47 after one died shortly afterwards); an additional character joined the castaways later in season one. The castaways have to deal with the island’s mysteries and each other. The island is a place of magic and mystery, where things are not always as they seem. It also has the ability to change its geography if necessary, which it does repeatedly over the life of the show.
The word “island” implies a place that is isolated and exclusive, but this isn’t the case with The Island. Although initially thought to be in a very specific location in space, it is revealed that The Island is not stationary but can move through space and time like a ship would cruise the ocean. This allows for some interesting plot twists: characters who are separated from each other by miles or even centuries can be reunited because their home base has moved them closer together at some point during their lives.
In addition to being able to travel between worlds, The Island also serves as a metaphor for life itself—the ultimate journey we embark upon when we enter into existence as humans on planet Earth.
The show was created by J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof, who share story-writing credits for the pilot episode, which Abrams directed. The series centers on the survivors of a plane crash in a mysterious tropical island where they must face many dangers, including the “Others”.
It is executive produced by Bryan Burk, showrunner Carlton Cuse and co-creator Lindelof who also wrote some episodes during season two with Jeffrey Lieber until his departure from the series at that point. After season six aired its conclusion in May 2010, Lindelof acknowledged there were workarounds to continue Lost as an eighth season but did not go into detail about what those fixes would look like or how likely such an outcome might be.” “The mysteries of this island and how it all plays out are what makes this show so interesting,” he told TV Guide.” He also added: “We want people to start playing now so we can see where everyone ends up at the end.” After consultation with ABC executives, Lindelof decided against continuing Lost with a new cast and crew because he felt it would not be fair to those who worked on both shows equally hard over six years; instead he said,”…we are going out at our creative peak…and we couldn’t be more proud of what’s coming next.”
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