It’s been nearly ten years since Lost appeared on television screens everywhere, changing the face of television, and co-creator Damon Lindelof says it could be time for a reunion.

“Ten years does seem like the perfect time… But I also wonder if it’s too soon? Especially if the announcement of such a panel would stir up rumors of more Lost, which is most definitely not in the cards at this time. That said, if someone was organizing it, I would be foolish not to attend… It’s just not anything we’ve initiated internally,” Lindelof told E! News.

Michael Emerson, who stared as the evil Ben in Lost, also hinted at a possible reunion when he was at Comic Con to promote his show, Person of Interest.

“I’ve heard some murmurings of some kind of reunion. Whether it will take place at Comic Con or not I’m not sure… No matter what happens, if anything happens, it will be really hard logistically to put it together,” Emerson said to Zap2it.

Mini reunions have been happening ever since Lost went off the air in 2010. In fact, Jorge Garcia (Hurley on Lost) appeared on Once Upon A Time, a show created by Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, two producers/writers of Lost, and staring Emilie de Ravin (Claire), earlier this year.

It was also just announced that Lost alum, Naveen Andrews (Sayid) will be joining the Once Upon A Time In Wonderland cast as Jafar, opening the door for a potential Sayid/Claire reunion. A crossover episode between Once Upon A Time and the new spinoff has not been announced, but De Ravin is hoping to be reunited with her old co-star.

“I think they’re planning on doing something like [a crossover] with the characters… I love Naveen… Amazing guy and an amazing actor. I’m really excited about the [Wonderland] spinoff thing,” De Ravin told E! News at Comic Con.

And various Lost cast members have found their way back to Hawaii (where Lost was filmed) to appear on Daniel Dae Kim (Jin)’s series, Hawaii 5-0. Terry O’Quinn (John Locke), did a stint on Hawaii Five-0 last year, and Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond Hume) will be appearing in the show's fourth season premiere on September 27. Kim tweeted a photo of the two together on set just two weeks ago.

Olivia Truffaut-Wong

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