'Lost' Featured Heavily on Direct TV


'Lost' Featured Heavily on Direct TV


The first five seasons of the show will be highlighted in recaps that are added with never-before-seen-on-television features.

One big "Lost" fiesta is heading to Direct TV. In anticipation of the sixth and final season of the sci fi series, the cable is offering fans the opportunity to re-live the excitement when The 101 Network begins airing recap specials covering the first five seasons. Starting Saturday, December 26, fans can delve into six specials that include words from the creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.

It will be kicked off at 9/8c with "Destination: Lost" where stories of Oceanic 815 survivors and the mythology that build up the show are offered. For the next weeks every Saturday, the specials present "Lost: A Tale of Survival", "The Lost Survivor Guide", "Lost: Past, Present & Future", "Lost: Destiny Calls", and "Lost: A Journey in Time".

Basically, it will be programs which originally aired on ABC and are topped off with never before seen elements such as DVD extras, behind the scene footage, deleted scenes and music videos.

The final season of "Lost" premieres on February 2 on ABC at 9/8c.

© AceShowbiz.com


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