Plenty of people still grapple with the finale of "Lost," the hit ABC series that ended its run in 2010. From the time of the show\'s September 22, 2004, premiere, fans have debated what it all meant. We catch up with the cast in honor of the 10-year anniversary:
Matthew Fox\'s take-charge doctor Jack Shephard is exactly the kind of guy you want to have in a crisis. During the series, Fox had roles in "Smokin\' Aces," "Speed Racer" and "We Are Marshall" and has continued his stint in films after "Lost\'s" finale. He\'ll next appear in a 2015 horror Western, "Bone Tomahawk."
Evangeline Lilly\'s character may have seemed delicate, but she was far from it. While playing the seductive and self-reliant survivor Kate Austen on "Lost," Lilly also starred in "The Long Weekend" and "The Hurt Locker." Next up Lilly will star in December\'s "The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies" and 2015\'s "Ant-Man."
After playing lovable fan favorite Hurley for six seasons, Jorge Garcia has stayed close to the small screen with roles on "Once Upon a Time," "How I Met Your Mother" and "Hawaii Five-O." He\'s working on the animated 2015 film "Rock Dog."
Josh Holloway\'s Sawyer initially won the title of most irritating survivor, but his Southern con man character became more complex through the seasons. Holloway most recently starred in CBS\' short-lived drama "Intelligence."
Yunjin Kim\'s Sun was amazing to watch as she went from a quiet, oppressed wife to a confident leader. Kim now stars in another ABC series, "Mistresses."
Jin, the complicated husband of Sun, is just one of the versatile roles for which Daniel Dae Kim has become known. Since "Lost," the actor has moved on to "Hawaii Five-O" and will also appear in "Insurgent," the second installment of the "Divergent" trilogy," in March.
Naveen Andrews\' Sayid had the training and cool head that made him indispensable on the island and to viewers at home. Since "Lost," Andrews has starred in the 2013 biopic of Princess Diana and on ABC\'s "Once Upon a Time" as Jafar. He\'s also going to appear in the upcoming Netflix series "Sense8."
Terry O\'Quinn gave an unnerving performance as John Locke in "Lost." He has since moved on to other small screen roles, such as "666 Park Avenue," "Falling Skies" and "Hawaii Five-O." This year, he starred on "Gang Related" as Sam Chapel.
Emilie de Ravin followed up one supernatural experience on TV\'s "Roswell" with her role on "Lost" in which played the initially pregnant single mother Claire. Like some of her co-stars, de Ravin departed the island for another fantastical ABC series, "Once Upon a Time."
Since playing the manipulative leader Ben Linus on "Lost," Michael Emerson has become best known as another unique character: the software billionaire Harold Finch on CBS\' "Person of Interest."
Henry Ian Cusick starred as Desmond on "Lost" for five years but has moved around much more since then. He\'s appeared on ABC\'s "Scandal," Fox\'s "Fringe" and CBS\' "The Mentalist." He\'s now on The CWs\' "The 100," and will reunite with his "Lost" co-stars Harold Perrineau and Jorge Garcia in a 2015 drama, "When We Were Pirates."
Speaking of Perrineau, the actor has been busy since playing Michael on the island. He\'s had roles in TV series such as "Sons of Anarchy" and "Wedding Band" and also has starred in movies "Zero Dark Thirty" and "The Best Man Holiday." This fall, he\'ll appear in the NBC series "Constantine."
Former "ER" doctor Elizabeth Mitchell also played a medical expert on "Lost" as Dr. Juliet Burke. Since then, Mitchell has stuck close to stories with a sci-fi bent, such as "V" and the recently canceled "Revolution." Like many "Lost"-ies, Mitchell has also stepped foot on the "Once Upon a Time" set.
Dominic Monaghan\'s moved on from playing the endearing but troubled Charlie to roles in "FlashForward" and "The Unknown" in addition to hosting a wildlife program for BBC America. He\'s now at work on an upcoming crime drama called "100 Code."
Before becoming known as one of The CW\'s resident vampires, Ian Somerhalder was the eager-to-please Boone on "Lost." Now, Somerhalder can be found on a weekly basis as Damon Salvatore on "The Vampire Diaries."
Since playing Boone\'s ill-fated stepsister Shannon on "Lost," Maggie Grace has had a turn as a vampire in the final installments of the "Twilight" film franchise and has appeared in the TV series "Californication." In 2015, Grace will appear alongside Liam Neeson in "Taken 3."
Malcolm David Kelley\'s Walt was one of "Lost\'s" more perplexing characters, and he portrayed the part with aplomb, beginning at age 12. Now in his 20s, Kelley is also half of the pop duo MKTO, which had a recent hit with the single "Classic."
Nestor Carbonell came later to the "Lost" party, but his character Richard Alpert had been on the island for a
really long time and was one of the more memorable new faces introduced in later seasons. Since then, Carbonell has moved on to A&E\'s "The Bates Motel," which he checked into after playing the mayor in 2012\'s "The Dark Knight Rises."
Show became an immediate hit when it first aired
(CNN) -- A devastating plane crash left 48 survivors stranded on a mysterious island when J.J. Abrams\' "Lost" premiered on ABC on September 22, 2004.
The six seasons that followed helped shift the way we consume and talk about TV -- not to mention it\'s hard to spot a character from the series today and not immediately start thinking about that Smoke Monster.
In honor of "Lost\'s" 10th anniversary, we catch up with some of the memorable cast members and find out where they are today.
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