Lost creator J.J. ABRAMS is reuniting two of the show's stars Michael Emerson and TERRY O'QUINN for a new TV series.
The mystery drama came to an end earlier this year (10) after six seasons and Abrams is already planning his next small screen project.
He has created a new, currently-untitled show and has hired Lost's O'Quinn, who played John Locke, and Emerson, who won an Emmy Award for his portrayal of Benjamin Linus.
The pair became close friends while working together on the show and Emerson recently admitted the days he spent working with O'Quinn were "some of the best of my career".
The actor confirmed his involvement in the new show in a statement to Access Hollywood: "I'm thrilled to be involved with Warner Bros., J.J. Abrams, Bad Robot, NBC and the incredible team... on this new venture. I'm absolutely delighted to be given the chance to work with Terry once again, and we're all very excited to get started."
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