Second Season of LOST Coming to DVD

Everyone’s favorite group of island dwellers are coming back to DVD this fall. That’s right! Fans of the ABC TV series LOST will get to own the complete second season on DVD later this year and we’ve got some goodies about it’s arrival on the silver platters. Plus we have a peek at the potential cover art…**Updated – Final Cover Art and Full Specs** TVShowsonDVD.com is reporting that we can expect to see the 7-disc set hit store shelves on October 3rd.They’re also reporting that it will feature lost (unaired) flashblacks and an interactive matrix exploring the connections between the characters and the NUMBERS. Of course, there sure to be a whole lot more if they intend to compete with the season 1 release. We’ll bring you more once we get it, but for now… the cover art (and some pictures of Evangeline Lily… ouch).Updated info below with Full Press Release

LOST: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON-THE EXTENDED EXPERIENCEDVD FACT SHEET
Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment and Touchstone TelevisionStory: Touchstone Television’s Golden Globe® Award and six-time Emmy Award®-winning hit show “Lost” returns to DVD with an all new, must-own DVD box set, LOST: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON – THE EXTENDED EXPERIENCE. This sizzling 7-disc DVD box set includes every thrilling second-season episode and features bonus materials found nowhere else except on DVD.As the world of “Lost” expands, more and more thrilling discoveries occur, including the breath-taking appearances of the “Taillies,” passengers from the back half of the plane; and “the Others,” the super-human, mysterious and dangerous inhabitants of the island. Such key storylines as the 108 minutes frequency, “the numbers” cryptic number sequence, the ominous Dharma Initiative Symbol and more are all found in the Second Season. Cast: Matthew Fox (TV’s “Party of Five”), Terry O’Quinn (TV’s “The West Wing”), Josh Holloway (TV’s “Sabretooth”), Harold Perrineau (TV’s “Oz”), (Daniel Dae Kim, TV’s “24”), Malcolm David Kelley (“Antwone Fisher”), Yunjin Kim (“Shiri”), Evangeline Lilly, Dominic Monaghan (“The Lord of the Rings” Trilogy), Emile de Ravin (TV’s “TheBeastmaster”), Jorge Garcia (TV’s “Becker”), Maggie Grace (TV’s “Cold Case”), Naveen Andrews (“Bride and Prejudice”). In addition, another previously unknown survivor of the crash of flight #815 joins the cast: Ana-Lucia (Michelle Rodriguez, “Girlfight,” “The Fast and the Furious”). She is the mysterious woman whom Jack had previously met at a Sydney airport bar. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (TV’s “Oz”) joins the cast as Mr. Eko, a resident of the island whose story is one of the mysteries explored during the second season.Over 8 Hours of Bonus Materials Including:LOST CONNECTIONS: Viewers can navigate between the crossed paths of the characters, and follow the connections to the mysterious numbers. Includes compelling motion graphics, never before seen footage from the show, insight from the creators, and plants seeds to upcoming connections in the new TV season.LOST: ON LOCATION: This featurette provides an in-depth look at the making of 10 individual episodes of Lost. Here is an up-close and compelling look at life on the set of TV’s most exciting thriller.THE LOST FLASHBACKS: These original, never-before-seen flashbacks from the show provide exciting new insights into the back stories of the survivors.SECRETS OF THE HATCH: Get an insider’s look at this mysterious location.LOST BLOOPERSDELETED SCENESFIRE AND WATER: ANATOMY OF AN EPISODE: Follows the creation of a ‘Lost’ episode from script to finish.AUDIO COMMENTARIESAND MUCH MORESTREET DATE: October 3, 2006Suggested retail price: $59.99 (7-disc DVD box set)Rated: TV-14. Bonus materials not rated, and subject to change.DVD aspect ratio: 1.78:1 enhanced for 16×9 TV screensSound: Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, Dolby® Digital 2.0 Stereo SoundLanguage: English audio

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