For Lost fans looking for spoilers next season, the future looks bleak--but not impossible. After tidbits of last season's finale were leaked on the Internet, the show's creators have promised to keep details on the upcoming fourth season under lock and key.
But diehard fans can still draw theories, no matter how hair-brained they may be, from the various casting announcements made during the off-season. While new cast members of other shows have been revealed all summer, Lost has remained relatively quiet...until now.
The floodgates have opened (relatively) for the show, with a pair of casting additions reported in just a few days. While they don't quite have the star power of other shows' recent announcements, they are familiar faces to those who watch plenty of cable's best shows.
Lance Reddick, best known for his work on The Wire and Oz, will join the cast as a recurring character. He will play Arthur Stevens, according to TVGuide.com, a "corporate recruiter who is smart, capable and ruthless."
Also likely headed to the island is Ken Leung, who was recently seen on The Sopranos. No details are out on his character, as the role is said to be top secret.
Lost reportedly attempted to but could not land Veronica Mars' Kristen Bell, who eventually opted for a multi-episode arc on Heroes. However, the drama still has time to land big-name actors as its season does not begin until February 2008.