ORIGINAL MUSIC FOR SYFY WIRE'S 15TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF LOST
Cellarscape's Paul Terry is the composer, producer and editor for SYFY Wire's new podcast limited series, THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: A LOST RETROSPECTIVE.
This six-episode retrospective on the hit TV show LOST is hosted by SYFY WIRE Senior Producer Tara Bennett and renowned TV critic, Maureen Ryan.
Paul's roots with LOST go back to when he was the editor of LOST: THE OFFICIAL MAGAZINE (which launched with the show's second season in 2005 and ran until LOST concluded in 2010), and the co-host (with Iain Lee and Tom Page) of Sky1's aftershow, THE LOST INITIATIVE. Paul also co-authored (with Tara Bennett) the official LOST ENCYCLOPEDIA.
SYFY's official show description for THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: A LOST RETROSPECTIVE:
"Fifteen years ago, LOST changed the television landscape and its impact is still influencing what we watch today. For this podcast series, we're not recapping episodes. Instead, we're exploring how LOST impacted high-concept, serialized storytelling, opened the door for shorter U.S. seasons, created a transmedia landscape that fed water-cooler TV, ushered in a new era of fan engagement, and went on to populate the next generation of showrunners and landmark television series."
Over six episodes, the guests include:
• Media critics such as Melanie McFarland (Salon.com), Sarah Rodman (EW), and Nikki Stafford (Finding LOST author).
• From behind-the-scenes of LOST, transmedia innovators, John Bernstein and David Daniels. And Paul Terry shares stories from the days of the official magazine and the Sky1 aftershow.
• Former LOST writers, Drew Goddard (The Good Place) and Elizabeth Sarnoff (Barry).
• And LOST executive producers, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: A LOST RETROSPECTIVE is available via all podcast providers, including Apple Podcasts HERE.
Its original soundtrack will be released later in the year.
Full tracklisting details of four new Paul Terry soundtracks being released before the end of the year.