Blu-ray &DVD &Entertainment &Software Steven Kippel on 02 Aug 2007

"Lost: Season 3" to land on Blu-ray Dec. 11

“Lost: Season 3” to land on Blu-ray Dec. 11
At the end of May this year, The Hollywood Reporter reported Disney (parent company of ABC) was going to release Lost: Season 3 on Blu-ray Disc December 11th as a day-and-date with the DVD vesion. Almost as quickly as it was reported, Disney said the studio was not planning to release Lost on Blu-ray. It appears The Hollywood Reporter was right after all. Amazon had listed the set on July 25 with a list price of $124.99 (selling for $86.95). Today, Disney did confirm it will be released with the standard DVD after all.

Lost on Blu-ray
The complete third season of the hit ABC television series will come on six Blu-ray Discs in full 1080p and featuring an uncompressed PCM 5.1 soundtrack. Among the extra features will be a one-on-one interview with Matthew Fox, audio commentaries with the cast and crew, making of featurettes, bloopers, deleted scenes, never-before-seen flashbacks, and a documentary chronicling the production of the show.

Lost will join Sony’s Rescue Me: The Complete Third Season (Blu-ray) and Universal’s Heroes: Season One (HD DVD) in the growing list of TV programming coming to the high-def formats. Blu-ray and HD DVD are perfectly suited for the new era of high-def programming so we can re-watch the shows the way they originally aired. If you’re like me and you wait for the shows to hit Netflix to watch them, it’s a great bonus.

Note: Box art is not final

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