Lost - Season 3

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After Season 2's interrupted storylines (due to repeats) drew criticism, Lost's producers in Season 3 tried breaking up the season into two uninterrupted halves. The first part of Season 3 aired in a 9 P.M.-Wednesday slot, Oct. 4-Nov. 8, 2006. After a hiatus, the show returned for its second half, in the 10 P.M. Friday slot, on Feb. 7, 2007, and ran through May 23. Unfortunately the gamble failed, and the series had lost nearly 3 ...
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The world of the others; Lost flashbacks; Lost on location; The lost book club; Lost in a day; Deleted scenes, Lost bloopers, audio commentaries
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
After Season 2's interrupted storylines (due to repeats) drew criticism, Lost's producers in Season 3 tried breaking up the season into two uninterrupted halves. The first part of Season 3 aired in a 9 P.M.-Wednesday slot, Oct. 4-Nov. 8, 2006. After a hiatus, the show returned for its second half, in the 10 P.M. Friday slot, on Feb. 7, 2007, and ran through May 23. Unfortunately the gamble failed, and the series had lost nearly 3 million viewers when the second half of the season premiered. Despite its difficulties, Lost remains engaging television, and certainly benefits from the DVD experience. Season 3 finds the castaways Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and Sawyer (Josh Holloway) captives of The Others; Jack (Matthew Fox) is held captive separately and interrogated by the Others' leader Ben Linus (Michael Emerson); Locke (Terry O'Quinn) questions his loyalties between the castaways and the Others, Charlie (Dominic Monaghan) finds a new purpose for himself on the island; the mysterious leader of the Others is introduced; and by the season finale, viewers will be clamoring for the remote in order to watch it again after a great "What just happened?" moment. Extras include five featurettes, deleted scenes, bloopers, audio commentaries, and more.
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  • Release Date: 12/11/2007
  • UPC: 786936731408
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  • Source: Abc Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 16:31:00
  • Format: DVD
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    An Excellent Season for an Excellent Series

    LOST has been one of the most refreshing TV series in many a year. The flash-back (and later flash-forward) format keeps the viewer on his toes and actually makes them have to stop an think. A television series that makes the audience think? What a novel concept!! The acting is so good that first you believe these characters, and then you feel you KNOW them. I'm a fan, and will be to the end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wow

    In my opinion the third season is the best out of three, it is certainly the most dramatic and the actors are at their best. The island continues to reveal things, the characters continue to reveal things and you will not be able to look away for one second.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Cutting Edge

    Lost Season 3 continues in television excellence. The producers, writers, directors, actors, & crew are on the cutting edge of TV right now. I consider them the leaders in the industry.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lost is...

    Lost is an Outstanding piece of work! i find the show absolutely phenomenal! when i first started to watch the show i was only in grade five "now in grade 9" and i still thought it was amazing. lost keeps its reviewers captured by the suspenseful scenes and dramatic endings! Season three and four are the best yet, all the old secrets are blown wide open while new questions are popping up throughout the course of the show. i bet season five will blow its captivated audience away! cant wait till February '09!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Get lost in a great show

    Lost keeps getting better and better. Everything you know gets thrown out the window when flashbacks are not what they seem because you now have Flash Forwards. Characters you thought long gone make short appearances. Everything begins to escalate as you learn more and more about the mysterious island the Oceanic survivors have crashed on. Filled with great bonus features this is a most have for any TV fanatic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lost

    Lost takes you on a journey though the island. It is a story of surviving.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Can't Wait for Season 4!

    This is the best season so far! While not holding too many secrets for us to scratch our heads at, we are pushed further and futher into character development of the Islanders and the Others. The season finale was excellent. The best finale and one of the best episodes of the show so far. I really enjoyed it. Shocking and brilliant. Abrams and his writers are geniouses! Season 4 starts in Febuary of 08. I can't wait that long!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    The third season of LOST focuses on the mystery of the Others and the continuing story of the Dharma stations. The survivors continue trying to find a way off of the island while fighting the Others, but in the end the Other's motives become clear and they may not be the real enemy. I have watched since episode one and am addicted.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Addicting TV show!!

    I've been an avid 'Lostie" since the pilot episode in Season 1. This show just takes you in and you just can't look away. All the characters have incredibly in-depth stories and they're all intertwined with eachother without even know it! The 3rd season, however, was the lowest in action. But it is nevertheless an awesome show!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lost just keeps getting better

    Although the structure of how season 3 of Lost was originally aired on television was loudly criticized in magazines and by fans alike, and with good reason, it's easy to see that beyond this one complaint the Lost-bashing was unjustified. This is easily the best season the show has seen so far, and taking away the odd structure of the origional airing takes away the only flaw in this season. With the season 3 DVD set, we'll get to watch all the episodes without any breaks. These breaks were the show's greatest weakness, since Lost, just as with many comic books today, is written not for an episodic format but for the collected format. In other words, it was written with the eventual DVD set in mind not as a week to week show, but as one solid story arc. Season three provided a horde of answers and introduced new mysteries such as Jacob (see the full-size cover art for the DVD set for a cryptic reference to him) and the mysterious corporation, as well as fleshing out characters like Ben and Juliet. What's interesting is that by the end of the finale, the Others really are the "Good Guys" they claimed to be at the end of season 2, although they're still as devious, manipulative and evil as ever. And the game-changing finale twist will be talked about for years to come as one of the biggest surprises in television history.

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