I'm sure if you search hard enough you can find it, but we've got all the details you'll need AND a clip. What more can do you want?
The epilogue will be featured on the season 6 DVD set of 'Lost' and the complete series collection due out Aug. 24.
Needless to say, SPOILER ALERT.
VideoETA and TVShowsOnDVD have announced that ABC and Disney will release a DVD set (both regular and Blu-ray) for the final season of 'Lost' on August 24. The set will include various features such as a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the final season (and the show in general), interviews with cast and crew, audio commentaries, bloopers, deleted scenes, and hopefully some answers that we probably won't get when the show ends.
Any fans that are currently going through Lost withdrawal can now pre-order the Season Three DVD on Amazon.com. The set, which has been given the title "The Unexplored Experience," will be released on December 11, 2007. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the boxed set includes an interview with Matthew Fox, a featurette about the Others, a featurette depicting 24 hours in production, and several previously-unseen flashback segments. The usual audio commentaries, deleted scenes, and outtakes are also included.
Amazon is listing the pre-order price as $38.99. BuddyTV also noted the possibility that the DVD will be released earlier than scheduled. The release date for the Season Two DVD was pushed up several weeks.
Season Four of Lost is set to air in February 2008.
At a Lost party to celebrate the release of the second season DVD set (September 5), cast members hinted that the third season of the show will have something big happening. Daniel Dae Kim says it might have something to do with that four-toed statue we saw in last season's finale, while Terry O'Quinn says that the producers want the first six episodes to set up something really big "to keep people hanging."
I wonder if Lost fans will be disappointed in this season's schedule. The show will come back with six new episodes, then take a two month break (yes, two months), then come back with 17 straight new episodes. I think this is a good idea. The first six will whet our appetites, and then for two months we can all go online and talk about what the hell's going on. Plus there will be a ton of other new shows to watch, so I think a two month break will be fine, especially when there will be 17 uninterrupted episodes til the end of the season.
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