An excerpt of this article by Keith McDuffee
Back when I spoke with James Parriott about Defying Gravity, he held little back in what he thought of the handling of Lost and its by-the-seat-of-their-pants approach to constructing the show’s mythology. Parriott said he couldn’t run his show that same way, so he did have the majority of the show’s progression already in mind before the show’s first season completed. So was that the same case going into the mythology-laden Persons Unknown? Chris’s original idea was to try and do a Prisoner, but in a 21st-century approach. The Prisoner reflected the anxiety and the hopes and dreams and paranoia of the ’60s, and we wanted to do that same thing for the 2000s. The Prisoner was about …
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Is that really how it ends? Was that a series or season finale?Read more >
I was dissappointed to see the next new episode is August 21st. Good TV is so hard to find in the summer.Read more >
Does anyone else think the quality of this show is declining? I'm not against a good love story when its done right. But THREE under written love stories is getting stupid.Read more >
So I see we have a few more active editors now... maybe even a WHOPPING FOUR! So I was wondering... what are your guys' theories on what's going to happen? The teaser for Episode 4 said something about "one of them can't be trusted." Who do you think it's going to be? As I've said at the Persons Unknown Forum, I think it might be Joe or Bill. Though from reading other users comments, I'm starting to believe that maybe it's Moira.
What do you think?
Also... on a different note... I'm thinking we should probably get different images than just the default Persons Unknown image for each episode.Read more >