LOST Rolling Again

StudioHawaii-based production of ABC’s hit television series “LOST” resumed in earnest today, ending three uncertain months washed out by the WGA writers’ strike. Cast and crew were working before dawn, and the Hawaii Film Studio lot on the slopes of Diamond Head was buzzing all day.

There are two new episodes of the current fourth season of “LOST” left to air, followed by a month-long hiatus as production catches up. Episode 4×09, currently being filmed, will air on April 24. It is the first of five episodes that will close out the season (rather than eight as originally planned).

UPDATE: The film trucks spotted along Pali Highway on Monday morning were for another production (see comments, thanks Tim!). But I did get a thumbs-up e-mail from the set at 6 a.m., so cameras are rolling!

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3 Responses

  1. This it great news. Thanks Ryan!

  2. tim ryan says:

    The Pali production trucks were for the indie feature Princess Kaiulani not Lost

  1. March 12, 2008

    […] “LOST” production started in earnest on Monday, March 10, work was largely limited to the Hawaii Film Studio on Diamond Head. Today, however, […]

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