The Bottom Line
- Own a piece of television history
- Best bonus features of all six seasons
- Insight into how cast and crew felt about the final season
- A bit more 'Lost' to savor
- Steep price, but well worth it
- Doesn't include all the bonus features of 'Lost': The Complete Collection
- Release Date: August 24, 2010
- 18 hours, 16 episodes
- Full disc of bonus features
- Rated: TV14 DLSV
- Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Guide Review - 'Lost': The Complete Sixth and Final Season DVD and Blu-ray Sets
The first feature on the bonus disc is a 12 minute epilogue called The New Man in Charge that shows a bit of what happened after Hurley took over as the leader of the island. Some questions are answered and there are many inside jokes (the insiders being those who have watched every episode of Lost). The music, the acting, the story, it was very Lost and very nostalgic. When this is over, though, its really over. This is the last new Lost you'll ever get, so don't watch it if you're not ready.
The second feature is the longest of the bunch at almost 40 minutes. The End: Crafting a Final Season had me in tears. It's so happy and sad and over.
A Hero's Journey takes a look at the main characters as all being heroes and is a nice reflection on the show.
See You in Another Life, Brotha talks about the flash-sideways with the actors weighing in on their thoughts.
Lost on Location takes a look on set of five different episodes.
The deleted scenes actually served some answers. There are nine deleted scenes, more than we've seen before on a Lost set, because they didn't need to hold anything back with no new season coming along.
And of course, the bloopers were particularly funny and fun to watch.
This is the landmark final season and every episode was a great episode.
Or check out Lost: The Complete Collection.
If you already have the other seasons, now is the time to order your season 6 set, but if you don't have all the seasons, consider buying the Lost: The Complete Collection.