Lost: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray is likely your one and only chance to acquire the entire six-season run of ABC's hit show in a single package. After the unexpected series finale you'll probably want to re-watch every episode to pick up on cues to where the show was heading early on.
It is hard for someone like myself whom has watched Lost on-air since season one to imagine someone else not having seen a single episode yet. For them, or perhaps even you, this collection offers up the opportunity to play through the entire series without interruption and in the best possible presentation available. That's a win-win scenario no matter which way you spin it.
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