How to Watch Lost Online – where you can watch all six seasons

It can be easy to forget how important Lost was when it first aired It was a show that had many of us glued to the screen when it was on and almost always ended with a scene where we would talk to a new episode was available.

It was a true ‘water-cooler’ television and since we’ve since entered the binging era, there hasn’t really been anything like it in the years following the 2010 conclusion.

The plane crash drama has been airing on ABC in America for six seasons and may have ruffled some feathers with a divided ending, but the journey to reach the conclusion is one of the most beautiful you’ll come across and if you’ve never seen it now your chance to experience the whole thing in what would be the ultimate binge.

Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Lost online.

How to watch Lost in the UK

From February 23, 2021, all six seasons will be on Lost are available to stream on Amazon Prime VideoThe service is available for £ 7.99 per month. Sign up for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime

But Prime Video won’t be the only place to find the show, it’ll be coming to Disney + when Star launches on it on Feb. 23. Lost isn’t the only series to arrive, so is X-Files and Die Hard – there are plenty of them Disney + Star content available soon.

Alternatively, you can watch Lost on Blu-Ray with the full box set. Buy the complete series

What is it about?

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Well, there is a question that is not easy to answer. On the surface, it’s a show about the survivors of a plane crash who are stranded on a remote island without being able to come home. But this is no ordinary island, as there is a huge monster of smoke killing humans, pacing, and countless secrets and surprises await the stranded passengers.

However, all of the action doesn’t take place on the island as we get flashbacks of the characters’ lives before the crash, which gradually shed more light on who they are – and whether they are who they claim to be. There have been twists and turns from the start with Lost, and it’s a show like no other – and one that really pushed serial storytelling to the fore on TV, with an impact that can still be felt to this day.

How many seasons of Lost are there?

There are six seasons of Lost, in varying lengths. The first three seasons are the standard 22 episodes + length, with the first being the longest, while seasons four through six are slightly shorter. There are a total of 121 episodes.

Lost cast: who plays the lead in Lost?

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One of Lost’s biggest strengths was the cast they brought together with many of the big names in the company who took part. Matthew Fox (Party of Five) leads the cast as Jack Shepherd and is joined by others Evangeline Lily (The Hobbit Movies) Josh Holloway (Colony) Dominic Monaghan (Under the spell of the Ring) Ian Somerhalder (The diary of vampires) Maggie Grace (Fear the Walking Dead) and Daniel Dae Kim (Hawaii Five-0) just to name a few of the great ensemble.

Where was Lost filmed?

Lost was filmed in Oahu, Hawaii, and the tropical island was home not only to the island in the show, but to the flashbacks that took place in various places around the world – it was all shot in and around Oahu.

See what else you can view with our Disney + guideLooking for something different to watch? Check out our TV Guide to see what’s going on tonight or take a look at our best Netflix series guide.

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