The entire series of ABC's LOST as rewatched in chronological viewing order
The story of the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 was filled from start to finish with flashbacks, flashforwards, flashsideways, timetravel, consciousness timeshifting, and retelling of events from multiple points of view. If all of this didn't leave you extremely confused, it left you amazed and intrigued as to how precisely it all fit together. And it personally left me wondering an important question:
If you were to rewatch LOST in a chronological manner, would all the Island's seemingly unsolved mysteries somehow make more sense? Could it be that all the answers are right there in front of us, and that we can figure every last mystery out if we see them in the right light and in the right order?
That was my intention when building this chronology. This is most certainly not meant to be used as the manner in which to watch LOST the first time around. So much of the mystery and excitement of LOST would be stolen by presenting it in this way the first time threw. But for those of us who wish to experience TV's most fascinating drama again, it may be an interesting ride.
As I experienced Lost in this way, I left commentary about my explanation of the show's unsolved mysteries here.
Special thanks to Lawrence King's Lost- Chronological Viewing Order for inspiration, as well as Lostpedia and lost.about.com for tons of info.
To see the Chronological Experience viewing order with scene descriptions,