Jasika Nicole, who plays Astrid, has teased about the season finale in an interview with the New York Post.
“The season two finale is the most shocking script we’ve had since the pilot. The season one finale was so good I assumed there was no way they’d be able to top that, and this year’s finale is so freakin’ good. We finally get to go to the alternate universe and meet everyone in their altered state. But that’s not even what I’m talking about – the very end of it, what’s going to keep audiences on the edge of their seats is in the last minute.”
With the end of Lost imminent, the executive producers are aware that they may not please everyone with the show’s ending. In an interview with HitFix, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof explained that they had to introduce new questions in the final episodes, rather than answer all of the outstanding ones.
The series finale of Lost will air on May 23 at 9pm on ABC in the US and on May 28 at 9pm on Sky1 in the UK.
If you can’t wait til then, here is a fun take on how it could end…
It’s currently looking like Heroes may not get another season after all. One site reports that while NBC was once considering ordering a new season of the show to keep in case one of its new drama series didn’t attract an audience, they are now so confident in their five pilots (including JJ Abrams’ “Undercovers”), they are ready to cut their losses with “Heroes.”
Remember, this isn’t official yet and won’t be until NBC announces its full schedule this weekend (Sunday, May 16).

Due to return later this year for the remainder of its season. Expected to be in the Autumn, with the remaining episodes airing on Syfy in America and Sky One in the UK.
No official announcement yet, but a usually reliable site has revealed that their usually reliable sources are telling them it’s going to be renewed for another season of 13 episodes with an option for another 9 in the autumn, rather than midseason as some sites had reported.
Watch out for an announcement on Sunday…
The ABC remake lives to fight another day!  Reliable sources indicate that V will return in the fall with a 13-episode second season.  Unfortunately…
…Will not.  ABC’s other sci-fi series is officially dead, alongside supernatural crime drama Happy Town.
Odds and Ends
Several sci-fi shows have been picked up for fall, including ABC’s No Ordinary Family (starring Michael Chiklis of The Shield and Julie Benz of Dexter), NBC’s The Event (starring Jason Ritter of Parenthood and Friday Night Lights) and Fox’s Terra Nova (created by Mr. Jurassic Park himself, Steven Spielberg).
Sam Worthington has been cast as Allan Quartermain in a sci-fi/ cyberpunk re-imagining of the character.
Animated short PIXELS, about an invasion of 8-bit video game characters, has been picked up for development into a full-length film by Happy Madison Productions.
Firefly star Alan Tudyk has joined the cast of Transformers 3, which now includes the principals from the first two films plus John Malkovich, Frances McDorrmand and Patrick Dempsey.