So far THE LOST WORLD is into its third season and awaiting a fourth. The characters have grown and so much has been developed by the wonderful actors involved it'll be tough when we eventually DO have to say goodbye.
Particularly interesting is the relationship between Lord John Roxton (Snow) and Marguerite Krux (Blakely) which started out rather rocky; a sort of steamy love-hate relationship into something very tender and sweeping. We know these two belong together even if they don't see it!
We've also seen depth develop in the other characters, pretty Veronica (O'Dell) the jungle-girl who eventually learned what happened to her parents, Ned Malone (Devry-Orth), the journalist who became more of a doer than a watcher and Professor Challenger (McCauley), who has learned by experience that science is not always the answer to all the questions in THE LOST WORLD.
Sadly, Professor Summerlee disappeared after the first season but his memory is kept alive in the show and if the watcher keeps close attention we get the idea that we may see him again some day. We also have a new character called Finn from the twenty first century. She's cute and perky but the jury is still out on her. She has to serve a purpose but what that is we just don't know yet.
All and all, a terrific show!!
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