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'Lost' Season 6 Promo With New Footage

February 1, 2010 (6:49 am) GMT
Take a look at what to expect from the sixth season including why Jack's name is written and why he's smashing the hourglass.

As promised by creator Carlton Cuse, "" unveils a new promo that actually contains a new footage from the sixth season. The teaser opens with Locke telling Sawyer "What if I told you that I could answer the most important question in the world?" Sawyer responded, "And what question is that?" Locke answered, "Why are you on this island."

The teaser was aired on Sunday, January 31 during the telecast of "". It actually is the second look of the new season for back on Friday, January 29, the first four minutes of the season were leaked after some lucky fans got a hold of the footage as a prize.

Previously, ABC and the "Lost" team were extremely quiet and secretive about the new season which will serve as the conclusion of the whole island's mystery. "We're in total blackout mode," Cuse stated the reason why they wanted to keep things under wrap. "We want the audience to experience the premiere cold."

The cast came out to Waikiki Beach on Saturday to celebrate the final season's premiere. Weighing in on what to expect from the show, who plays Jin Kwon said, "Longtime watchers of the show will be pretty satisfied with a lot of the answers. Some come out fairly early."

"Lost" will make an impact starting this Tuesday.


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