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Lost Season 7 Spoilers: A Remake Instead Of A Sequel? Showrunner Claims That A New Series Is Certain!

BY Marx Ponce | Oct 08, 2014 09:44 PM EDT


This "Lost" season 7 spoilers brings back hope to all avid fans of the show who by now, may have assumed that there will be no follow-up to their fave series after it ended: The TV series's showrunner has recently confirmed that there will be a new series soon.

The Independent broke the wonderful news. Carlton Cuse, the "Lost" showrunner, has said that for sure, Disney will treat fans to a new season with a new take on the story.

So does this mean there will be a new group of characters to populate the show and be featured in upcoming "Lost" season 7 spoilers?

Cuse has not revealed any details about the cast or other planned future developments as of yet. He did, however, talk about how the show will be like 10 years following its debut. He compared it CS Lewis's classic "Chronicles of Narnia" series. He expounded that the story can still involve the iconic island but told using a different angle, reported The Independent.

ScifiNow reported that the next series will be a reboot instead of a sequel. Accordingly, Cuse has confirmed that the producers and creators have not done anything to open up possibilities for a sequel or a spinoff.

He said during his interview with ABC, as reported by The Independent, that Disney, the studios owning the franchise, is well aware of how popular the show is. Hence, he found it unimaginable that the executives will just allow the franchise to stay frozen for always.

According to The Independent, Cuse added: "Damon (Lindelof) and I told our story in that world and I assume someone will come along, hopefully having been inspired by our story, or our version of the story, and want to tell their own story."

As to how the new story will turn out, fans would find out in the future "Lost" season 7 spoilers.

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