Sat. Jul 2nd, 2022

Sept. 6, 2005 was an important day for television fans across the country as ABC’s new series, “Lost: The Complete First Season”, arrived in stores for the first time on DVD. When the pilot episode aired on Sept. 22, 2004, it captured the attention of audiences of all ages, and many are anxiously awaiting the first episode of season two, to premiere on Sept. 21. “Lost” tells the story of Oceanic Air Flight 815, flying from Sydney from Los Angelas, when it’s suddenly torn apart in mid-air. When the leftover pieces of rubble crashonto a supposedly deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, only 48 of the passengers survive. Among the survivors are a middle-aged doctor, Jack Shepard (Matthew Fox), an escaped and possibly dangerous convict Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly), a heroin addict and former band member of “Drive Shaft” Charlie (Dominic Monaghan), and a mysterious knife-carrying man, Locke (Terry O’Quinn). The castaways are forced to use what inner-strength they have to survive not only the difficult conditions of the tropics, but other dangers. Several of their major problems include a mysterious creature attacking from the jungle, a wild boar and a marooned and possibly crazy French woman. What a way to keep the group on their toes! Originally created by executive producers JJ Abrams, Damon Lindelof and Touchtone Television, “Lost” has probably beaten or is at least close to beating the other islandbased series “Survivor” by popularity. If fans adored the show as much as they did on television, they will no doubt love the DVD. A boxed set containing seven disks, “Lost: The Complete First Season” contains the first 24 episodes, as well as over eight hours of extra footage. Included in the extra features are blooper reels, deleted scenes, cast and crew audio commentaries, “The Art of Matthew Fox,” original casting tapes and many other exciting features. Fans will certainly enjoy this special treat and will be able to continuously watch their favorite show over and over again. Pick up your copy of “Lost” on DVD today.

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