Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. NPR Shop. Cost Of Racism: U. Do No Harm. Claire unexpectedly goes into labor while deep in the forest. The Greater Good. Sayid engages Locke to uncover the truth about Boone's death.
Born To Run. A secret from Kate's past is revealed to the other survivors on the island. Exodus Part 1. The Frenchwoman shows up with a dire warning about "The Others. Exodus Part 2. Something unexpected at sea surprises those on the raft. Exodus Part 3. A visitor to the encampment could be a threat to Claire's infant son. Customers who watched this item also watched. Try Explorer now. There's a problem loading this menu right now. The straight-run format was kept, but reduced episodes meant that a fall start date and mid-season break were no longer necessary.
Season 4 was broken up into an 8-episode pod and a 5-episode pod due to the writers' strike. Lost was also available for viewing the next day in full episodes on the ABC webpage, and was available on the Xbox Live marketplace.
Since the second "mini-season" of Season 3 , ABC started showing Lost back-stories , of which four new mini-episodes were available on the website at the time of a new episode. Averaging around four and a half minutes long, these mini-episodes portrayed part of a character's life before the crash, in chronological order. Lost was shown on different networks in Canada. CTV network aired in English. SRC network was dubbed in French.
With Season 3 's post-hiatus later time slot change in the US , Canadian viewers actually saw Lost before the American viewers: the east coast Canadian broadcast was two hours, and in some weeks three hours, ahead of the east coast US broadcast.
The first two seasons of Lost were seen on Channel 4. Virgin Media secured the rights to on-demand broadcasts of Seasons 1 - 3 of Lost , from August UK broadcasts of Lost originally began Season 1 eleven months later than in the US , but caught up by broadcasting Season 2 just two months after the end of the Season 1 broadcast. RTE 2 was one of the first European stations to air Lost and began nine months after the first US airing, though began catching up during the first season by airing two episodes in one night on a number of occasions.
Lost aired on Thursday nights at and aired the finale on Monday, May 24th, at 9 pm. In Australia , Lost was always aired by free-to-air station Channel 7. From season one to two, Lost aired at Thursdays pm. For season three, Lost was pushed up to pm. For the most of season 4, Lost retained it's 9. In season 4, new Lost episodes aired six days behind USA, in comparison to months behind although as of Season 5, episodes aired weeks behind.
Many Australian fans of Lost complained that Channel 7 was 'abusing' Lost, by pushing it back to later times, ending each episode early as of season 5 and airing episodes further and further behind the original US airing. Channel 7 has a history of doing similar things to US serials, eg 24 and Alias. New Zealand was usually about five episodes behind the United States.
Glyphs and clues in these official blogs and "live" events were found in all three countries during the course of the game. The series finale of Lost was simulcast in six different counties around the world at the same time as the original U. The unprecedented scheduling move aimed to prevent illegal internet downloads of the finale and save UK fans of the show from having to spend five days dodging web spoilers until it aired on Sky1.
Before deciding to join broadcasters in six other countries in simulcasting the show, the UK airing of the finale was due to air on the usual Friday 9pm slot, but then moved to 5am on a Monday morning to coincide with the event. It resulted in this time as it was simulcast at the same time as the west coast transmission. Had it of been simulcast with the east coast it could have aired three hours earlier at 2am making it more accessible to more viewers.
LA X Part 2 Episode 2. LA X Part 1 Episode 1. New and avid "Lost" fans are invited to take a final look at one of TV's most talked about and critically acclaimed shows.
This two-hour special takes a retrospective look back over the past six seasons of this groundbreaking series. Final Chapter. ABC once again invites new and avid Lost viewers to take another look at one of the most talked about and critically acclaimed shows. It will also delve into some of the questions that have been answered, and those that still remain a mystery.
The New Man In Charge. Philip K. It was also the first anniversary of Lost , and the day after the much anticipated Season 2 premiere was aired. During the years that followed, Lostpedia grew into one of the biggest fansites about the TV series on the internet.
It became an incredible resource for fans to keep track of all the twists and storylines within the show as they obsessively documented everything from the number of crash survivors still on the Island , to more bizarre stuff like how many times a season Hurley said dude. It was actually quite brilliant. Something really awful tends to happen when we lose someone we love—especially if the death itself didn't play out exactly the way that we might have imagined.
For a period of time, all we can think about is the end, about the death itself, about how the final weeks or days or moments that maybe didn't exactly go how we had hoped. There's a period of grieving. And shock. And sorrow. But over time, if we are lucky, we start to focus again on what really actually mattered: That person's life. All the moments and experiences that made us love them so very much in the first place.New and avid "Lost" fans are invited to take a final look at one of TV's most talked about and critically acclaimed shows. This two-hour special takes a retrospective look back over the past six.