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Will LOST Move to 10PM!?

For the last few years some of the big questions for LOST fans during the off season have been when will it premiere, what day and at what time!? These questions are always there because ABC wants to see how well there new shows do and then slot LOST accordingly.

This years is no different and for the most part LOST has aired 9PM on Wednesday nights, but this year ABC's new comedy shows have been a success.

So is it possible LOST could shift to 10PM on Wednesdays nights or move to a whole new night!? Perhaps ABC will move it's comedies?

Who knows!? Well TV Guide is speculating that LOST will move possibly to 10PM.

Here are the details:

Question: I have been thoroughly enjoying 3/4 of ABC’s Wednesday night comedy block (which, so far, is funnier and more accessible than the 3/4s of NBC’s Thursday night comedy block I watch). My question is this: Where is Lost going to go? For the majority of its run, Lost has been on Wednesdays at 9/8c (except for its freshman year when it aired at 8/7c—which still shocks me—and the year of the writers’ strike when it aired on Thursdays). I can’t imagine ABC pulling its newly established (and relatively successful) comedy in favor of Lost, so in all likelihood, the final season of Lost will be airing in a time slot it has never aired previously. Where do you think it will go?—Erin

Matt Roush: Clearly scheduling the final season of Lost will be no laughing matter. But I agree that it’s not in ABC’s best interests to jettison its new Wednesday comedy block just as it’s building up some steam, critically and some weeks in the ratings. (It’s a tough night, and ABC will need to be patient to see long-term growth; getting rid of Hank would be a good first step.) ABC has not yet announced just how it will schedule Lost in its final season, but wherever it airs, its fans will find it and follow it to the end. This final season isn’t going to be about ratings necessarily; Lost isn’t likely to grow in its final season, although many who’ve fallen to the wayside may tune in toward the end just to see how it wraps up. Which is why I wouldn’t be surprised if ABC puts it in one of the open 10/9c slots where shows currently are performing poorly: Tuesdays or, more likely, Wednesdays. This gets it out of the way of the American Idol juggernaut, and while I’d prefer it to air in a 9/8c time period as it has the last few seasons, I don’t see where there’s an opening. And in the big picture, it’s more important for ABC to continue nurturing its terrific new comedies for the long haul than to worry too much about protecting Lost in its final stretch. Wherever it airs, we’ll be there.

Source: TV Guide