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Netflix's The I-Land tries (and fails) to be the next Lost — just like these 11 other shows



Netflix’s new sci-fi mystery The I-Land.
"A bunch of strangers waking up on a beach with no memory of how they got there. Someone even wonders if they’re dead and just all in heaven (or some kind of afterlife)."

The Netflix drama is a pale imitation of the iconic ABC series Lost.
Lost is a supernatural sci-fi mystery about plane crash survivors trying to figure out the mystical island they’re stranded on.

There has yet to be another Lost since it signed off in 2010.
But that hasn’t stopped many shows from trying to replicate that show’s magic.

(5) 11 other shows that have tried (and failed) to be the next Lost.
Flashforward, Alcatraz, Manifest, Revolution, Terra Nova.

Favorite Lost copycat ?

FlashFoward
34(18.6%)
Invasion
7(3.8%)
Surface
2(1.1%)
Alcatraz
13(7.1%)
Revolution
11(6.0%)
Manifest
19(10.4%)
The Event
8(4.4%)
Dollhouse
42(23.0%)
Terra Nova
18(9.8%)
V
17(9.3%)
The Society
12(6.6%)




"The blackout allowed everyone to see visions of where they would be and what they would be doing on April 29, 2010, six months in the future."


"Alcatraz inmates and guards who mysteriously disappeared in the past begin popping up in modern-day San Francisco."


"The story of an airplane mysteriously disappearing."


"A post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama that began 15 years after a global blackout put humanity back into the Wild West."


"a group of people trying to survive in a wild location."



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Tags: lost (abc), netflix, poll, television
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