Elizabeth Mitchellâ€™s days on â€œLostâ€ arenâ€™t over just yet.In the closing seconds of the Season 5 finale of the ABC show, Mitchellâ€™s character, Juliet, appeared to detonate an atomic bomb in an attempt to reboot the islandâ€™s timeline.But at Saturdayâ€™s ABC Television Critics Association panel in Pasadena, Calif., to promote her new show, the retooled alien invasion drama â€œV,â€ Mitchell said sheâ€™s got a lot of filming still left to do as â€œLostâ€™sâ€ Juliet.
â€œI will actually be back on â€˜Lost.â€™ I am going to be traveling to Hawaii more than once,â€ she said of the showâ€™s production location. â€œIt did seem I kaboomed myself with a bomb. I donâ€™t think itâ€™s going to be that way. So weâ€™ll see how that plays out.â€However, she wouldnâ€™t say what her appearance would mean.â€œI canâ€™t say whether Iâ€™m dead or not,â€ she said. â€œBut as in all things in â€˜Lost,â€™ it will be fairly tricky.â€
In the meantime, Mitchell will star in â€œVâ€ alongside Scott Wolf and Morena Baccarin, beginning Nov. 3.And she wonâ€™t be the only â€œLostâ€ star to pull double duty in the coming months.Ian Somerhalder, who stars on The CWâ€™s new fall series â€œVampire Diaries,â€ confirmed to Access Hollywood at the San Diego Comic-Con that he would return as Boone. And Dominic Monaghan, who played Charlie, has been heavily rumored for a return despite his role on ABCâ€™s new drama â€œFlashForward.â€
Both Boone and Charlie died on previous seasons of the show but, like a number of characters, have made mysterious appearances since.As for Monaghan, he said after Saturdayâ€™s TCA panel for â€œFlashForwardâ€ that he would enjoy returning â€” but couldnâ€™t promise it.