By Shalini Dore
No secrets were spilled, but there was plenty for Losties to geek-out on during the WGA Foundation’s panel sesh with “Lost” scribes Thursday at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills.
The process of writing each new season starts with a blue-sky meeting where scribes discuss what the season will accomplish. After that the writers break down the episodes and write them. Usually there are three storylines: on the island, off the island and one other.
What helps the writers? Rabid-fan discussions of reality shows like “Top Chef,” which Sarnoff took credit for introducing to the “Lost” writers room.