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  • Actors: Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Josh Holloway, Naveen Andrews, Terry O'Quinn
  • Directors: n, a
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: ABC Studios
  • DVD Release Date: August 24, 2010
  • Run Time: 802 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (788 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0036EH3XE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,037 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Lost: Season 6 - Final Season" on IMDb

Special Features

• The New Man In Charge - As one journey draws to an end, there are always tales left to be told. Go deeper into the world of LOST in this exclusive, new chapter of the island's story.
• THE END: Crafting A Final Season - Join the LOST team along with other producers of some of television's longest running shows as they examine the challenges of ending a landmark series.
• A Hero's Journey - What makes a hero? Which survivors of Oceanic 815 are true heroes? These questions and more explored.
• See You In Another Life, Brotha - Unlock the mysteries of this season's intriguing flash sideways.
• LOST On Location - Join the cast and crew in this fun, inside look behind the scenes from the set in Hawaii.
• LOST in 8:15 - A Crash Course
• LOST Bloopers
• Deleted Scenes
• Audio Commentaries


Editorial Reviews

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Follow the epic twists and turns of LOST as it is time for our characters to finally learn their ultimate destiny in LOST, The Final Season.

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Lost's sixth and final season drew both raves and criticism from its passionate fans who wanted answers to the series' many loose ends. Executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse found a way to wrap up some lingering story lines while introducing entirely new ones when they decided to employ a "flash-sideways" plot device, showing us an alternate reality in which Oceanic 815 never crashes (a consequence of the hydrogen-bomb detonation that occurred in season 5's finale). This method allowed some long-gone characters to return (Boone, Charlie, Libby) and even showed sunnier outcomes for some of the survivors' more unhappy pasts (Locke, Hurley). But in the non-Sideways world, the bomb's detonation doesn't change their course, and the survivors find themselves delving deeper into the island's mythology--notably, the yin/yang of the demigod Jacob (Mark Pellegrino) and the smoke monster, a.k.a. the Man in Black (Titus Welliver), as well as some curious denizens of a temple (a subplot that doesn't add much to driving the story forward). As the smoke monster's scheme to escape the island leaves a trail of carnage, culminating in a face-off with that other villain Charles Widmore (Alan Dale), some primary characters meet their end in season 6 while others find the redemption they'd been seeking since the series began. Moreover, some survivors finally find out their connection to the island (and each other) when the two realities start to intermingle, leading to a tearful finale that satisfies and frustrates at the same time (though when it comes to Lost, what else is new?).

While each cast member is on their "A" game, the final episodes really belong to Matthew Fox, who received his first Emmy® nomination for this season. Nestor Carbonell is also a standout in "Ab Aeterno," an episode that finally explains the ageless Richard Alpert. In addition, a few small details are wrapped up in a bonus short, "The New Man in Charge," which serves as an epilogue. Other special features include "The End: Crafting a Final Season," which interviews legendary TV producers such as James Burrows (Cheers, Friends) on the pressures of wrapping up a series. It also shows the finale script being printed out on red paper (so it can't be copied) and delivered to a specially built locked mailbox outside Jorge Garcia's home. Garcia, who plays Hurley, is then seen reading the script for the first time and weeping. "See You in Another Life, Brotha" goes deeper into the flash-sideways storytelling; "Lost on Location" highlights behind-the-scenes action behind specific episodes; the always-hilarious "Lost in 8:15" wraps up the entire series (only through season 5) in eight minutes and 15 seconds; and "A Hero's Journey" is a ho-hum set of interviews examining the heroic arcs of several major characters. Bloopers and deleted scenes round out the bonus features. But with all the lingering questions in the series, it's a shame Lindelof and Cuse didn't add commentary to more than a handful of episodes, because this is one DVD set that sure could've used it (not having any commentary on the finale is near unforgivable). You do, however, learn that the black-and-white stones game played by Jacob and the Man in Black is actually called Senate (hey, you gotta take what you can get). So long, Lost; it's been one hell of a journey. --Ellen A. Kim

Customer Reviews

Some people say to those of us who didn't like it: you just didn't get it.
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I have a couple other seasons of LOST, too- but wish even more questions woulda been answered and tied-up at the end.
James
I would recommend watching the show, just because it keeps you entertained and looking forward to the next episode.
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134 of 154 people found the following review helpful By JakelovesLOST on January 23, 2012
Format: DVD
Why the end of LOST not only worked, but was truthfully the most fitting conclusion the writer's could have given us...

LOST is one of the most important television programs in the history of syndicated story telling. Period. Genre-bending, ground-breaking, budget-busting, gloriously epic both in terms of character development and the scope of it's intricately-woven, mystery-laced narrative, LOST is the most unique television show ever produced. This note is me finally attempting to put down in words what the end of LOST really meant, and why it is the most satisfying ending fans could have ever hoped for.
It has been 1 year and 7 months to the day since LOST ended its six-year run on ABC. During that time-period I have watched the entire show over, and had time to really let my thoughts and feelings sink in. I have moved past the point where I believed the show was perfect in every way, and have achieved a new, and even deeper appreciation for what was done right.
To understand what the end of LOST was really about, we need to understand what the whole show was about. The title `'LOST'' proved to be a loaded one. During the first two seasons of the show we are introduced to the lives of all 14 major characters prior to their crashing on the Island. These first two seasons let us know what the show is focused on: the characters. Each and every one of these characters is geographically lost on this island, yes. However, They are also `'lost'' spiritually, emotionally, and in almost every philosophical way you could think of. Jack is a broken man, eaten up by regret and anger stemming from his complicated and often turbulent relationship with his father.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By FEZZ on May 26, 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Well, I'm not gonna debate about the ending of the series, I think it was heavily misunderstood, as a hardcore fan I think it was satisfactory, "what happened happened" and we get to FINALLY see Jack doing what we were waiting for, the faith of most of the characters was satisfactory (with a few exceptions) and we got most answers, not all, which I think was a good move from the writers.

Certainly my problem is with the whole season's flash-sideways, which after seeing the season finale, seems pointless and a little bit of a joke, I wish the season had been way shorter or that we got less flashes and more Island. Also even tough we get a lot of answers, some of them are shown in a very simple or even boring way, the final 4 or 5 episodes are gold, the others, seem like filler to me.

Now, there are no complaints for the Bluray edition of this season, the picture and sound quality it's superb, I tought I was gonna have a hard time watching the episodes which I didn't enjoy on TV, but the Bluray experience certainly makes them worth watching again. There are cool extras included here, the usual behind the scenes, spoofs and cast interview's stuff and "making of" of the season, but best of all, there is an epilogue included here, on the "The New Man In Charge" we get to see some of the after-finale timeline, and in a very clever way we are given more answers, more than I expected actually, it was so awesome to watch, I wish they had made more epilogues, but this one's just 'Lost' gold.

Even if you didn't like this season or the ending, I think it's worth getting to complete your collection, and specially because of the Epilogue.
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Ashnnat on December 1, 2010
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I would be lying if I don't admit I'm biased towards a good review just because I like this series so much. So bear that in mind. Also, -BEWARE SPOILERS-

"We have to go back!" That phrase never had more meaning than the moment I put the fresh-out-of-the-box disc 1 in my blu-ray player and saw that first scene of Jack back in the airplane. That second I understood everything that Christian Sheppard said to Jack at the end of the series and understood even more the whole" transition plane" he called what we know as the side-flashes. To get this, watch that final tear-jerking shot of Jack's eye closing and then immediately go to the airplane scene...get it? He dies, and then he wakes up in the most significant moment of his life and start meeting this entire people that meant the most in his life. That's how brilliantly this show is written! After knowing the end, I now get so much more out the story. Every character's reaction, dialogue and event now hold so much more than before: Charlie's reaction when Jack "saves" his life, Kate's compassion and empathy toward pregnant Claire, Desmond's complacency about his life, etc, etc. Yes there was episode less good than others, but that applies to all the previous seasons. For what is worth, a weak episode of LOST is better than an episode of most other shows right now.
No, the last season doesn't answer EVERY question we got through the whole series, but it does give a complete sense of closure. This show was about all of them, the characters; please remember that when you see Jack entering the church/sanctuary/ecumenical hall to find all of his friends already there. I believe the last 10 minutes are the most beautiful I've seen since the last 5 minutes of "Six feet under". They were lost but they found each other and now they can go on. Don't worry about them... they're ok.
And you. Come back to the island. one last time.
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no commentary on "The End"
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Any Collector's Edition?
I also want to know about this, but i am looking for the DVD collector's edition. I like to saves my money for getting collectors edition for DVD if theres any, just to view all those extras, Easter eggs, and exclusive stuff of this last season for the show.
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Additional languages & subtitles?
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