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Lost is an American serial drama television series that premiered on September 22, 2004 on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). The series was created by J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof, based upon an original pilot script titled Nowhere written by Jeffrey Lieber. Five seasons of the show have aired, in addition to numerous clip shows to recap previous episodes. ABC has announced that Lost will end after its sixth season, ending with 121 total episodes produced.

The series follows the past, present and future lives of the survivors of a plane crash, after a passenger jet, Oceanic Flight 815, flying from Sydneymarker to Los Angelesmarker crashes on a tropical island in the South Pacific, as well as the lives of other people on the island. They include the "Others," who initially antagonize the survivors, as well as a group of people who arrive on the freighter Kahana. Each episode typically features action on the island as well as flashbacks or flashforwards to another point in a character's life.

In the following list, the term "Featured character(s)" refers to the character or characters who are featured in the secondary storyline of each episode. "Series #" refers to the episode's number in the overall series, whereas "Episode #" refers to the episode's number in each particular season. "American viewers in millions" refers to the number of Americans in millions who watched the episode live. However, for season four and future seasons these numbers also include Americans who recorded the episode and watched it within seven days of broadcast.

As of May 13, 2009, 103 episodes of Lost have aired. At present, the first four seasons are available on DVD in Regions 1, 2, 3 and 4. Seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4 are available on Blu-ray for Region A, while Seasons 1, 2 and 4 are available for Region B.

List of seasons

Season Episodes Originally aired U.S. ratings
(rank)
DVD release date Blu-ray release date
Region 1 Region 2/4 Discs Region A/B Discs
1 25 2004 – 2005 15.69 mil.
(15th place)
U.S., Canada:
Sep.

6, 2005
C. Europe: Nov. 2005
U.K.: Jan.

16, 2006
AUS: Nov.



30, 2005

7 UK: Jun. 15, 2009
U.S., Canada: Jun.

16, 2009
AUS: Jul.



1, 2009

7
2 24 2005 – 2006 15.50 mil.
(15th place)
U.S., Canada:
Sep.

5, 2006
C. Europe: Dec. 7, 2006 / Mar. 1, 2007
U.K.: Jul.

/ Oct.

2, 2006
AUS: October 4, 2006

7 UK: Jun. 15, 2009
U.S., Canada: Jun.

16, 2009
AUS: Jul.



1, 2009

7
3 23 2006 – 2007 15.05 mil.
(14th place)
U.S., Canada:
Dec.

11, 2007
C. Europe: Oct. 29, 2007
U.K.: Oct.

22, 2007
AUS: Oct.



17, 2007

7 U.S., Canada: Dec. 11, 2007
U.K.: Oct.

26, 2009
AUS: Dec.



2, 2009

6 (A)
7 (B)
4 14 2008 13.40 mil.
(17th place)
U.S., Canada:
Dec.

9, 2008
C. Europe: Nov. 5, 2008
U.K.: Oct.

20, 2008
AUS: Oct.



29, 2008

6 U.K.: Oct. 20, 2008
U.S., Canada: Dec.

9, 2008
AUS: Oct.



29, 2008

5
5 17 2009 10.94 mil.
(28th place)
U.S., Canada:
Dec.

8, 2009
U.K.: Oct. 26, 2009
C.

Europe: TBA
AUS: Oct.



21, 2009

5 U.S., Canada: Dec. 8, 2009
U.K.: Oct.

26.

2009
AUS: Dec.



2, 2009

5
6 18 2010 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


Season 1: 2004–2005

Season one aired from September 22, 2004 to May 25, 2005. In addition to the twenty-four regular episodes in season one, a special, "Lost: The Journey", aired on April 27, 2005 to put the mysteries of the island and the characters in perspective in the lead-up to the season finale. In the UK, the two hour season finale Exodus: Part 2 was further split into two episodes, creating an "Exodus: Part 3", even though they both aired on the same night. The original airdates (U.S.) are listed here for each episode.

Season one begins when a plane crash strands the surviving passengers of Oceanic Flight 815 on a seemingly deserted tropical island, forcing the group of strangers to work together to stay alive. However, their survival is threatened by several mysteries, including the contents of a hatch buried in the ground, an unknown entity that roams the jungle, and the motives of the inhabitants known as the "Others". Season one covers a narrated time of 44 days.

Season 2: 2005–2006

Season two aired from September 21, 2005, to May 24, 2006. In addition to the twenty-three regular episodes, three specials were aired that provided recaps and insights into the show's mysteries. There were several cast changes in season two. Ian Somerhalder, who played Boone, left the show, while Malcolm David Kelley, who played Walt, only appeared in four episodes. Michelle Rodriguez, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Cynthia Watros joined the main cast as Ana Lucia, Mr. Eko, and Libby, respectively. In the UK and Australia, the two-hour season finale was split into two episodes, creating "Live Together, Die Alone: Part 1" and "Live Together, Die Alone: Part 2", although they both aired on the same night, but in over two weeks in Australia. The original United States and Canadian airdates are listed here for each episode.

Season two introduced several new characters to the series, who include the plane's tail-section survivors and other island inhabitants. More island mythologies and insights into the survivors' pasts are divulged. The existence of the Dharma Initiative and its benefactor, the Hanso Foundation, is established. The truth about the "Others" begins to unfold. Season two takes place over 23 days.

Season 3: 2006–2007

Season three began airing on October 4, 2006. There were twenty-two episodes aired in two blocks. The first block consisted of six episodes and aired for six consecutive weeks. After a twelve week break, the second block aired, and featured the remaining sixteen episodes. In addition to the twenty-two regular season episodes, two specials were aired. "Lost: A Tale of Survival" aired a week before the premiere, and "The Lost Survivor Guide" aired with episode seven, when the season returned from its twelve week break. The original United States and Canada airdates are listed here for each episode.

Harold Perrineau Jr., Maggie Grace, Michelle Rodriguez, and Cynthia Watros, who played Michael, Shannon, Ana Lucia, and Libby, respectively, left the show after the second season. Michael Emerson, as Benjamin Linus , and Henry Ian Cusick, as Desmond, became regular cast members in season three. Elizabeth Mitchell joined the main cast as Juliet, as did Kiele Sanchez and Rodrigo Santoro as previously unseen crash survivors Nikki and Paulo respectively.

Season three continues the story 67 days after the crash. The season begins where the second season left off: three of the crash survivors are held in captivity by the mysterious Others. More backstory on the Others, as well as the Dharma Initiative, is revealed. The survivors face continuous threats from their enemies, and also from their friends. The survivors attempt to make contact with a freighter which they believe is there to rescue them. Season three takes place over 24 days.

Season 4: 2008

Season four began airing on January 31, 2008 and concluded on May 29, 2008. Production began in August 2007 and was prematurely stopped in November 2007 due to the writers strike. The original plan was to air all sixteen episodes in one consecutive block, uninterrupted by repeats. After the strike was resolved, it was decided that the remaining story for the season would be condensed into what co-creator Damon Lindelof called a "lean, mean five". This would include a three hour finale, after Lindelof and Carlton Cuse petitioned ABC. Due to the time lost to the strike there was a mini-hiatus after the eighth episode had aired. The series resumed with its post-strike episodes on April 24, 2008.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Dominic Monaghan, and Kiele Sanchez and Rodrigo Santoro, who played Mr. Eko, Charlie, and Nikki and Paulo, respectively, left the cast during the third season making way for Harold Perrineau to return to the main cast as Michael. Alongside Perrineau, three new actors joined the main cast. Jeremy Davies, Ken Leung, and Rebecca Mader play Daniel Faraday, Miles Straume, and Charlotte Lewis respectively.

Season 4 continues the story 91 days after the crash. The season focuses on the survivors splitting into two groups, after making contact with a freighter off-shore. Throughout the season, flashforwards show the lives of the "Oceanic Six", five original survivors and Aaron who make it off the island and have returned to their old lives. The season takes place over 17 days.

Season 5: 2009

Season five began airing on January 21, 2009 and ended on May 13, 2009 featuring seventeen episodes. A clip show recapping the first four seasons preceded the premiere. Season five follows two time lines. The first takes place on the island, where the remaining survivors begin to erratically jump forward and backward through time, following the island being moved in both space and time by Ben, and focuses on the events that lead up to Locke stopping the time jumps and leaving the Island. The second takes place off the island following Locke's death and deals with Jack and Ben's attempt to reunite the Oceanic Six and return to the island with Locke's dead body. The second part of the season starts after the time jumps end and the Oceanic Six return to the island on Ajira Airways Flight 316. The show continues to follow two time lines, both of which take place on the island. The first takes place in 1977 when the survivors who had been left behind were stranded after jumping around in time. It is also where some of the Oceanic Six were transported during the return flight to the island. The second takes place in early 2008 after Flight 316 is forced to crash land on the island.

Emilie de Ravin and Harold Perrineau, who play Claire Littleton and Michael Dawson respectively, left the cast at the conclusion of the fourth season. However, unlike previous seasons, no new characters joined the main cast.

Season 6: 2010

The sixth season will be the show's last and will consist of eighteen episodes. The season will start with a two-hour premiere and end with a two-hour finale.

Mobisodes: Lost: Missing Pieces: 2007–2008

Thirteen original two to three minute clips, or mobisodes, have been produced for cell phones. Six days after they become available for cell phones, they can be streamed from ABC.com. "PC" stands for "production code number," which indicates in what order the mobisodes were produced, and in the order they appear on the DVD.

Specials: 2005–2009

This section indexes official specials and recap episodes that were made specifically by the Lost team. Technically these episodes are clip shows but to distance them from the negative stereotypes clip shows receive, they are described as recap specials.
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