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The Lost was the eighth and final episode of Class. It was written by Patrick Ness, directed by Julian Holmes and featured Greg Austin as Charlie Smith, Fady Elsayed as Ram Singh, Sophie Hopkins as April MacLean, Vivian Oparah as Tanya Adeola, Jordan Renzo as Matteusz Andrzejewski and Katherine Kelly as Miss Quill.

It saw the return of the Shadow Kin and the debut of the Weeping Angels in Class. This was the first and, due to the series' cancellation, full televised story to feature Miss Quill with her free will back and her arn removed.

A number of major things happened in this episode. It saw Corakinus kill both Varun Singh and Vivian Adeola, as well as the death of Corakinus himself. Charlie finally activated the Cabinet of Souls, using it to destroy the Shadow Kin, and he also became the Shadow King. It also marked the death of Dorothea Ames after she was killed by a Weeping Angel. It showed the death of April MacLean at the hands of Charlie, and her return to life in Corakinus' body.

Due to the series being cancelled by BBC Three, the episode serves as the final televised Class story, leaving the ending cliffhanger unresolved.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

As Corakinus rages war on Earth, the Coal Hill defenders must fight the Shadow Kin one last time.

Plot[edit | edit source]

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As various rifts in time open up all over London, April performs a song she wrote herself (named "The Lost") in front of a large crowd at a café. Meanwhile, Ram is training with his father in a park, but ends up storming away in anger. He turns around to see his father being stabbed through the chest by Corakinus, who has arrived through a time rift. Ram attempts to run back but is too late; his father disintegrates in front of him. Corakinus turns to him and says "one", before escaping through another rift.

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Cast[edit | edit source]

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Movement

General post-production staff

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Not every person who worked on this adventure was credited. The absence of a credit for a position doesn't necessarily mean the job wasn't required. The information above is based solely on observations of the actual end credits of the episodes as broadcast, and does not relay information from IMDB or other sources.


References[edit | edit source]

Coal Hill Academy[edit | edit source]

  • Miss Quill is training Tanya in combat in the Coal Hill school hall, and the final battle also takes place here.

People[edit | edit source]

Species[edit | edit source]

  • When Tanya cries, Miss Quill ask her if a pony has hurt its leg somewhere.
  • A Weeping Angel kills Dorothea.

Technology[edit | edit source]

  • Charlie stores Miss Quill's gun in the box-part of the Cabinet of Souls. He later uses it during the final battle.
  • The Governors are responsible for the infinitesimal tears in space-time getting worse.

Music[edit | edit source]

Story notes[edit | edit source]

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  • Due to the cancellation of Class, this story's cliffhanger leaves a huge open ending concerning the fate of April and the Weeping Angels. As of August 2020, this cliffhanger has not yet been resolved in any officially licensed media.
  • This story originally had an alternative version of the end credits theme tune, which was left unused in the final edit. This alternative version was later included on the "Bonus CD" of the Class soundtrack, and then used for the credits of AUDIO: In Remembrance.

Ratings[edit | edit source]

Final UK Ratings: 0.32 million

Filming locations[edit | edit source]

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Production errors[edit | edit source]

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Continuity[edit | edit source]

Home video releases[edit | edit source]

DVD releases[edit | edit source]

  • The Lost was featured in the series one DVD boxset, which was released in the UK (Region 2) on 16th January 2017, followed by a Region 1 release on 11th July. The Region 1 release contained an additional blooper reel and various deleted scenes that were not present on the Region 2 release.

Blu-ray releases[edit | edit source]

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Footnotes[edit | edit source]

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