MacGyver is staging a Lost reunion.
An upcoming episode of the CBS procedural will find Lost alumni Jorge Garcia and Henry Ian Cusick sharing the screen.
"Look who came out to playyayy," said a clearly excited Cusick via Twitter.
He shared the following photo:
"Anyone call for a conspiracy theorist?" reads a tweet from the official MacGyver Twitter page, adding:
"@jorgegarcia (Jerry Ortega from @HawaiiFive0CBS) will guest star on an upcoming episode of #MacGyver!"
How exciting! If you watch Lost online, you know Hurley and Desmond were fan-favorites from the moment they graced the screen.
Lost was such a pivotal show because it paved the way for the shows that came after it, and having these two back on-screen together will make for some great TV.
Cusick recently joined the cast of MacGyver as new Phoenix Foundation owner Russ Taylor.
He is a series regular, so there's a good chance more reunions could be staged.
As for Garcia, he first played Jerry Ortega on Hawaii Five-0 Season 4, staging a reunion with former Lost co-star Daniel Dae Kim.
Garcia was subsequently promoted to series regular because he emerged as a popular character.
He was last seen on Hawaii Five-0 Season 10 Episode 1 after Jerry decided to step away from the task force.
His decision came after he was shot, but the door remains open for him to return, assuming Hawaii Five-0 scores a renewal for next season. There's a good chance it will be.
MacGyver recently returned for Season 4 after a lengthy hiatus.
Despite the lengthy wait between seasons, MacGyver Season 4 is averaging 5.9 million viewers and a 0.7 rating, coming in a bit ahead of Magnum PI's averaging on the night.
Even more impressive is that MacGyver is on par with its season 3 average.
An airdate for Garcia's episode of MacGyver has yet to be revealed.
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