LOST Live Webcast Today: Support Cancer Gets LOST

LOST fans: don’t miss today’s live webcast at 12pm Pacific Time in support of Cancer Gets LOST. Featuring many of the LOST cast and creative team, the webcast is being held in conjunction with the charity auction, which runs until August 29. All proceeds raised by Cancer Gets LOST will benefit the National Brain Tumor Society. Bookmark the webcast link, and tune in today!

While you’re at it, check out the 250+ items in the charity auction. Some of the high-profile items include a LOST script from “The Constant” signed by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, and a Drive Shaft poster signed by Dominic Monaghan. In addition to many LOST collectibles and memorabilia, there are items from other shows including Once Upon a Time, Person of Interest, Alcatraz and Fringe.

Details of the live webcast are below and at Cancer Gets LOST.

Tune in on Saturday, August 25 from noon-4pm PST as we host a live webcast with LOST alum (both cast and creative team), to raise money for the National Brain Tumor Society! Although the webcast will be streaming live online for everyone around the world to watch, the event itself is closed to the public.

The webcast coincides with our charity auction, which is open from August 15-29. 100% of the proceeds raised during the auction, webcast and fundraising event will benefit the NBTS!

You don’t need to be a LOST fan to enjoy the broadcast; the guests will be talking about their new films and television shows, and it is very likely that a variety of pop culture topics will be discussed!

Bookmark the official Cancer Gets LOST live webcast stream in advance! And if you’d like to make a contribution to the NBTS during our webcast, here is our official CGL NBTS donation link.

{In the rare event of a Livestream network outage, here is our backup webcast URL!}

CONFIRMED CGL Webcast Guests & Schedule:

  • Noon-12:30pm: Javier Grillo-Marxuach, LOST: Supervising Producer & Writer, Seasons 1-2
  • 12:30pm-1pm: Jeff Jensen, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Senior Writer, “Totally LOST”
  • 1pm-1:30pm: L. Scott Caldwell, LOST: Actress (Rose), Seasons 1-6
  • 1:30pm-2pm: Daniel Roebuck, LOST: Actor (Dr. Arzt), Seasons 1-6
  • 2pm-2:30pm: Jorge Garcia, LOST: Actor (Hurley), Seasons 1-6
  • 2:30pm-3pm: Mark Goldman, LOST: Editor, Seasons 1-6 & Elizabeth Sarnoff, LOST: Executive Producer & Writer, Seasons 1-6
  • 3pm-3:30pm: Neil Hopkins, LOST: Actor (Liam Pace), Seasons 1-6
  • 3:30pm-4pm: Andrea Gabriel, LOST: Actress (Nadia), Seasons 1-6

Due to traffic and filming schedules, these times are subject to change during the webcast; thank you in advance for your patience!



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