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"Lost" may be off the air, but its memory lingers on with cast members and scribes spread across the dial in the upcoming TV season.
Fox was first out of the gate with new series orders late Tuesday, giving the greenlight to a handful of comedy and drama pilots, including the "Bones" spinoff and J.J. Abrams' "Alcatraz."
Jorge Garcia, who stars on ABC's "Lost"