(LOS ANGELES) -- The cast of Lost reunited in Hollywood Sunday night for a PaleyFest panel saluting the 10-year anniversary of the show's premiere on ABC.
Jorge Garcia, Maggie Grace and Malcolm David Kelley were just three of the stars who attended the event at the Dolby Theatre, presented by the Paley Center for Media.
Garcia, who played Hurley, believes the Internet was a major factor in the success of Lost. He told ABC News Radio, "It was right when people who were excited about something could go online and chat with people around the planet about it. That was an opportunity Lost was able to capitalize on."
And fans continue to talk about the show, four years after it ended its six-season run. Kelley, who filled the role of Walt, said he's still asked questions like, "Are we all dead?"
ABC News Radio asked Grace, a.k.a. Shannon Rutherford, about her most interesting fan encounter. She replied, "I had one gentleman who had a large tattoo covering his thigh of my character sobbing in the pilot. So that was colorful. That is true dedication, fandom, of a feather that I don't even know I fully understand. But I certainly am blown away by it."
In the coming days, PaleyFest, an annual TV festival, will feature panels with the casts of Parks and Recreation, Mad Men, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and other shows.
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