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April 29, 2009

Video: 'What Did You See?' -- ABC's 'Flash Forward' teaser clips during 'Lost'

"What was that?" is the question many ABC viewers will be asking during tonight's 100th episode of Lost.

"That" are a quintet of brief cryptic flashes of video; teaser clips accompanied by the question "What Did You See?" Though some Lost fans will doubtless assume they're some new online extension of the hit show, the clips are actually the start of the network's campaign for Flash Forward -- a show so new, it isn't even officially picked up yet.

Flash is based on Robert J. Sawyer's novel about what happens when the entire human race loses consciousness for about two minutes (in the ABC version: two minutes and 17 seconds) and sees events that will happen 21 years in their future (in the ABC version: six months).

Here's all five of the five-second clips. Hit play and don't blink:

ABC's teaser campaign for the new series, "Flash Forward."

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See: Flashforward, the novel on Amazon.com


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