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[When asked why so much science fiction seems pessimistic] Because the apocalyptic version seems much more probable. The 1960s hung on the promise of the space program. We believed the future was something we could make. But in the 1980s, when I was growing up, that transformed into the idea that the future is something we have no control over. Thirty years from now, nuclear holocaust and ...
After creating the characters, the overall storyline, and the first two episodes of Lost
(2004) along with J.J. Abrams
, Lindelof has taken over as the head writer of the show, since Abrams has numerous other projects on his plate.