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The series endured thanks to the power of faith (coincidentally, a theme of the show) and a more modern expression of devotion - fandom. More to the point, faith in fandom: Lost's producers never stopped trusting their viewers' intelligence. Pressed for answers (which, let's be frank, they probably didn't have), the high priests of Lost instead delivered deeper mysteries. Queried about the flashbacks, they responded by flashing forward and even sideways into a parallel world. They sowed the Web with the show's sprawling mythology. They borrowed liberally and respectfully from science fiction and comic books. They understood that Lost, like God, would live in the cloud, kept alive by the theorizing and communing of its acolytes.