We last had a new episode of 'Lost' last May, which left us with crazy questions and cliffhangers to ponder during the rest of the spring, the entire summer, the entire autumn, and part of the winter before we got to our month of promised new episodes in "January" - which we all now know means "February 2."
Some people are going to great lengths to avoid spoilers for the upcoming season, eschewing all promos lest some essential moment be spoiled. Others are taking this opportunity to go back and review everything that happened since Jack first opened his eyes to find he had survived Oceanic 815. Me? I want new 'Lost' episodes as much as Benjamin Linus probably wants bandages and healing ointments (which is probably a lot: that guy gets a beatdown nearly every episode - and pretty much deserves it every time).
So if you're not among those who are avoiding anything 'Lost'-related until February 2 (dude, that's two whole months, come on...) then maybe don't watch this Spanish-language promo. But my opinion is that it's mostly review and dramatic representation of the characters with little-to-no real footage, so it wouldn't constitute a spoiler for anyone unless you haven't finished Season 5 yet.
But what do I know? Listen to me or don't. After February 2, it's all the same. Or...it's all DIFFERENT. I guess it depends on whether the Constant and the Variable get nosebleeds, or whether What Happened, Happened, or if Jughead really exploded, or if baby Miles and adult Miles existing in Dharmaville led to some space-time continuum paradox precipitating Doc Brown to jump out of a Delorean, or whether Hurley becomes the writer of "Empire Strikes Back."
Another theory? 'Lost' is Jack Shephard's Flash Forward. Witness the Oceanic Air billboard, the kangaroo (representing Australia, point of origin for flight 815, the presence of Penny and Charlie, etc...)
Oh, just watch the promo.