The mystery continues when Lost: The Complete Third Season, The Unexplored Experience comes to DVD and Blu-ray High-Def on December 11, 2007 from Buena Vista Home Entertainment. Both collections feature all 23 episodes of Season Three of ABC-TV's hit series, which was recently nominated for six Primetime Emmy awards, plus over six hours of bonus features. The Blu-ray( collection also includes an exclusive, interactive BD-Java feature that reveals truths from each of the show's critically acclaimed seasons. Either way, it's the perfect way to catch up on what's been happening on the island before the highly-anticipated Season Four premiere.

Lost: The Complete Third Season, The Unexplored Experience is a must-have for fans of the two-time Best Drama honoree (2005 Emmy Award, 2006 Golden Globe). Though rescue still eludes the Flight 815 crash survivors, suspense, action and danger are found everywhere on the island. In Season Three, as the power of the island to both heal and destroy comes into sharp focus, the lines between good and evil are blurred and loyalties are challenged when the survivors of the crash become tangled within the lives of the Others. Terry O'Quinn ("John Locke") and Michael Emerson ("Ben Linus") each received 2007 Primetime Emmy nominations as Best Supporting Actor for their outstanding work as rivals forced into an uneasy alliance on Season Three.

Released day-and-date on seven-disc DVD and six-disc Blu-ray High-Def collections -- a first for a Buena Vista TV series -- Lost: The Complete Third Season, The Unexplored Experience allows viewers to delve into the secrets behind the series. Bonus features include never-before-seen "Lost Flashbacks," "Lost in A Day," which shows 24 hours of production, and a deeper dive into "The World of the Others," where cast and producers reveal more about the island's mysterious inhabitants. It also features a behind-the-scenes look at 10 episodes with "Lost on Location," deleted scenes, bloopers and more.

DVD Features:

-- "The World of the Others" - Featuring interviews with the producers and the cast, "The World of the Others" explores the crucial role of 'The Others' in season 3 and what the world of Lost holds for these characters in the future.

- "Lost Flashbacks" - Never-before-seen glimpses into the past lives of the castaways

- "Lost in A Day" - Fans of Lost will have a chance to see what it really takes to create the show each season. Cameras follow each part of the Lost machine to cover a day's work on the series. Spanning seven episodes, from Hawaii to California, and from the writers' room and the sound studio to the production office and the Hawaii set, you'll be amazed to see everything this show accomplishes day in and day out.

- "Lost on Location" - A behind-the-scenes look at the making of 10 episodes from season 3

- "The Lost Book Club" - Learn about the role of literature in the story of Lost in this exploration of the books featured in the series. The show's producers and cast reflect on the books highlighted in the series, and what they mean to the world of Lost

- Deleted Scenes

- Nine new scenes from the cutting room floor

- Bloopers

- Hilarious outtakes of the cast and crew from the set of the third season of Lost

- Audio Commentaries

The Blu-ray High-Def Disc includes all the above features plus:

- Exclusive, interactive BD-Java Feature - Fans will rethink what they know about Lost and change the way they watch the show. Viewers decipher truth from conjecture through an interactive control panel unlocking the mysterious world of Lost.

Standard DVD Features:

- Feature run time: 991 Minutes

- Rated: TV 14 LSV

- Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1

- Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 and 2.0 Surround Sound

- Languages: English, French, Spanish

Blu-ray Disc Features:

- Feature run time: 991 Minutes (episodes only)

- Rated: TV 14 LSV

- Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1

- Sound: English 5.1 16-bit Uncompressed PCM, English 5.1 Dolby Digital, English 2.0 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 2.0 Dolby Digital

- Languages: English, French, Spanish

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Evan Jacobs