If you're worried that come Sunday, May 23, when the sixth and final season of ABC's Lost comes to an end, you'll won't be satisfied, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have a promise for you.
The series creators spoke to MTV News and insisted that once the finale airs, there'll be no more unanswered questions.
"It's not like we're leaving anything that we were going to resolve left unresolved so that people can go see it in a movie theater," said Lindelof. "We worked so hard to basically do something that we didn't feel had ever been done before, which is taking a heavily mythologized show and arguing for an end date three years out. So we feel like it's kind of a slap in the face to all of the fans ... [for us] to not deliver an ending."
Still, the team is aware of the rumblings about what else can be done by others with the Lost franchise post-finale.
"There obviously have been a lot of conversations with ABC and Disney about the Lost brand, and I think it would be naïve to assume that they will not want to do something downstream with [it]," Cuse said.
What do you think? Will Cuse and Lindelof be able to pull it off?