After their plane, Oceanic Air flight 815, tore apart whilst thousands of miles off course, the survivors find themselves on a mysterious deserted island where they soon find out they are not alone.
Flashbacks of the core characters illustrating who they were and what they were doing before the crash, a look at the island itself, and a preview of the big season finale.
Narrated in a linear fashion and culminating from the pieces of the back stories told over multiple episodes in the series, "Destination Lost" focuses on the flashbacks of a core of characters -- illustrating who they were and what they were doing before the crash, and how the island has changed their lives, for better or worse. In addition, the island itself will be explored - culled from events that have taken place - which may reveal some of its secrets that might have been missed upon first viewing.
Discover the complete story of the grueling first 48 days on the island for the fuselage survivors and tailies after the crash of Oceanic flight 815. Since the beginning, "Lost" has mystified and intrigued viewers with its interesting characters and unique style of storytelling. Season One dealt with the fuselage survivors, the hatch and a failed attempt to get off the island. Season Two continues these stories and also introduces viewers to the survivors of the tail section. "Lost: Revelation" puts these two seasons together in a linear fashion that provides an illuminating view on one compelling story. See the sequence of the aftermath of the failed raft attempt, the opening of the hatch, how the tail section and fuselage survivors lived separately and the unwitting intersections of their lives, and how both groups ultimately collided in one catastrophic moment. "Lost: Revelation" offers new and avid viewers a fresh perspective, comprehensive and enlightening, in one of television's most intriguing series.
A recap special of the events up to this point in the series narrated by Peter Coyote.
"Lost" executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse discuss the show's premise and recent happenings on the series in season 2, as well as a preview for season 3.
Recap of the first two seasons
Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse take viewers on a journey through the series so far in anticipation of the second act of season 3.
A look at the questions that have been answered and the mysteries yet to be solved for the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815.
When Oceanic Flight 815 crashed on an island in the middle of the Pacific, each survivor was given a choice to live together or die alone. Thrown together in this mysterious place, they have struggled to overcome shadows from their past in order to survive and answer the questions that plague their new lives on the island. Where are they? Is rescue on its way? What else is on this island? In "LOST: Past, Present & Future," relive their story of survival to prepare for the shocking season four premiere that will change everything.
Exploring the mysteries of the island and its inhabitants; Oceanic 6; Charles Widmore; questions that have been answered, and those that remain.
A retrospective exploring events in the lives of the Oceanic 6 and the other island survivors during the three years after Ben moved the island.
Jack, Kate, Hurley, Sayid, Sun and Claire’s son, Aaron – otherwise known as the Oceanic 6 – were rescued and tried and pick up the pieces of the lives they knew before the crash and perpetuate the lie concocted to hide the truth of what really happened. But Jack and Ben had to convince them to return to the island in order to save those left behind. Upon returning, Jack, Kate, Hurley and Sayid were reunited with their fellow survivors – but found themselves in 1977 Dharma times. But Sun and Ben were not transported back to the ‘70s. They landed back on the island in present time and discovered the fate of the other members. As for those left behind on the island after the Oceanic 6 departed, violent shifts through time were wreaking havoc on their lives. After Locke left the island under the guise of Jeremy Bentham to contact the 6, his actions helped end the time rifts, which left the survivors to fend for themselves in ‘70s Dharmaville. But Locke was murdered at the hands of Ben, who insisted on taking the body back to the island. Upon awakening after crash landing back on the isle, Ben discovered that Locke was very much alive. What are Locke’s intentions now that he has returned and re-claimed his position as leader of “The Others?” And will Jack's decision to put a plan in action in order to set things right on the island be met with open arms or resistance by those close to him?
Special recap for Season Six.
ABC invites new and avid "Lost" viewers to take a final glance at one of television's most talked about and critically acclaimed shows. The "Lost" Series Finale Event begins with this two-hour special, which takes a retrospective look back over the past six seasons of this groundbreaking series.
Jimmy Kimmel is a huge fan of Lost, therefore it was only appropriate that the opening scene of his show last night, titled ”Aloha to Lost”, showed him watching the show’s finale with his audience.
After the conclusion of the episode, Kimmel invited several cast members from Lost onto his show, where they reminisced about their favorite moments and had a few laughs with Kimmel's presentation of alternate endings.
"The New Man in Charge" is a mini-episode that follows the events of LOST's series finale which show what happened to Hurley and Ben.
Lost: Missing Pieces are 13 two- to three-minute stories of compelling, new, never-before-seen moments from the hit television show LOST. These newly-created scenes (not deleted scenes from previous episodes) reveal answers and new details about your favorite characters. For each story, we leave it up to the fans to figure out where these pieces fit into the overall mythology.
Christian is talking with Jack about his wedding, which is later that day. Christian reveals that his father disapproved of him marrying Margo, and that was the reason he didn't wear the watch given to him by his father on his wedding day. However, he tells Jack that he is doing the right thing marrying Sarah and passes the watch to Jack, who immediately puts it on.
Hurley comes out of Rose's and Bernard's tent. Neil comes up, and ask what he is doing. He looks at the bottle of DHARMA Cabernet that Hurley has dropped, and then asks if Hurley is going to make a move on Libby. He asks because he has his eyes upon her himself. Hurley tells him that he just now has a date with Libby. Neil reluctantly relents and walks away.
Ben and Jack play chess. Ben asks Jack if he would consider staying on the Island. Jack asks Ben if he intends to keep his promise to let Jack leave. Ben says that its not all up to him in that the Island will not necessarily let Jack leave. He also tells Jack that if he does leave, there might be a time when he would want to come back.
Michael is tied up, when Juliet walks in. She tells him the boat is his, so that he can take Walt away after he will have saved Ben. She comments that Walt is special, that he's not an ordinary boy, and that's why she is worried about him. Juliet is glad that Michael is going to get Walt away from the Island and assures him that Ben will do what he wants. She then reveals the deal with Ben she has made herself, concerning her sister. Then she mentions Michael's list and wishes him good luck.
Jack is asleep on the beach when Juliet wakes him up. She tells him that since Jack brought her to the camp Sayid and the others have not trusted her and think she is there to hurt them. Before Jack can say he will protect her, Juliet tells him that they are right and she is still working for Ben and she has been sent to the camp to do tests to find out which of the women are pregnant. Jack asks her why she is telling him this and she tells him how she saw Sun's baby the night before and that she is tired of living Ben's dream.
Juliet is outside Room 23 where there is some sort of commotion and an alarm sounding. Ben arrives and Juliet tells him that he (presumably Walt) has done something again and that everybody is too scared to go in there. Juliet suggests that they could bring him back to Michael, but Ben refuses. Ben tells her that Walt is special and that Jacob wanted him there, but Juliet says that he is dangerous. When Ben counters that he is only a child, Juliet brings him outside to show what he has done: a group of dead birds lay on the stairwell.
Dr. Arzt tries to convince Jin and Sun not to move from the beach to the caves as Jack has proposed. When Hurley and Michael tell him they can't understand him, he also expresses his doubts in Jack's role as a leader to them. However he changes his mind and decides to move to the caves after all when the roaring of the monster interrupts their conversation.
Sun is watching Jin fish and then walks into the jungle. There she buries a California drivers license when Michael runs by looking for Vincent. Seeing the license he picks it up and Sun tries to explain that she was going to leave Jin. Michael comforts her telling her it will be okay. The two almost share a kiss but Vincent appears barking before anything can happen, prompting Sun to leave.
Dr. Arzt is catching a spider in the jungle when Michael comes up and asks about the weather conditions for launching the raft. Then Arzt admits he made up the story about the monsoon because he wanted them to get help with the raft as soon as possible. He then tells Michael he went to Sydney to meet a woman whom he had met on the internet, but that she disappeared during their first dinner in a restaurant.
Jack is searching for supplies when he meets Ethan Rom, who gives him a case full of medicine that he says he found in the jungle. Ethan mentions that Claire might have to deliver the baby on the island, and Jack thanks him for his assistance. Ethan tells Jack his own wife died in childbirth along with the baby, and they both hope that rescue is on the way.
Hurley, Michael, and Jin are playing golf on the golf course. After Jin misses a putt to win the game, he goes on a temper-tantrum, shouting in Korean. As Hurley and Michael look on, Jin lets out all of his anger: he is unhappy, he doesn't want to be pitied, nobody understands him, and he is tired of the handcuffs. As Michael and Hurley eventually leave, Jin sits down, half crying, and repeating "I'm so alone."
Juliet is at her home at the Barracks when she notices that the muffins in the oven are burning. After scalding her hand while taking them out, the doorbell rings. It is Amelia. She helps Juliet, getting some ice for her hand, but realizes that something else is troubling Juliet. She asks if it is Ben, and Juliet says that things have gotten awkward between them. Amelia asks if he finally told her how he felt, but Juliet says he didn't; things are complicated. After Amelia further presses Juliet about what is going on, Juliet hints that they are somehow in trouble. Juliet then asks Amelia to keep quiet about something she is about to show her. As Juliet pulls an envelope out of the kitchen drawer, the doorbell rings...
Vincent is running through the jungle on the island, when he encounters Christian Shephard. Christian tells Vincent to find Jack and wake him up because he "has work to do." The first scene of "Pilot, Part 1" then replays with Vincent encountering Jack as he is regaining consciousness.