13 never-before-seen stories taken from the Lost Flashbacks. The creative team is the same and the stories give more clues about the past days of the island characters.
Runtime: 3 minutes
Lost: Missing Pieces - List of Lost episodes - Netflix
One-hundred-twenty-one Lost episodes aired between September 22, 2004, and May 23, 2010. J. J. Abrams, who co-created the American serial drama television series Lost with Damon Lindelof, directed the pilot episode, which was based upon an original script titled Nowhere written by Jeffrey Lieber. Six seasons of the show aired, in addition to numerous clip shows to recap previous episodes. American Broadcasting Company (ABC), the producer of Lost, announced that the series would end after six seasons. The series follows the experiences of the survivors of a plane crash on a passenger jet, Oceanic Flight 815, which crashed on a tropical island in the South Pacific, with each episode typically featuring action on the island as well as a secondary storyline from another point in a character's life. The series also includes stories of the lives of people already living on the island — they include the “Others”, who initially antagonize the survivors, as well as a group of people who arrive on the freighter Kahana. Lost: Missing Pieces consists of thirteen original two- to three-minute clips referred to as “mobisodes” which were produced for cell phones and released between seasons three and four. Multiple former and recurring cast members made an appearance in the series finale.
Lost: Missing Pieces - Season 6 (2010) - Netflix
The sixth and final season premiered on February 2, 2010, with a two-hour premiere preceded by a one-hour clip show. The show continued from February 9, 2010, at its new time slot of Tuesdays at 9:00 pm with a total of 18 episodes airing in 16 broadcasts, and ended with a four-and-a-half-hour series finale on Sunday, May 23, 2010. The finale began with a two-hour recap special, and continued with the two-and-a-half-hour final episode. This season introduced “flash-sideways.” It represents a world created by the collective minds of the Oceanic 815 survivors for their souls to find one another in the afterlife and to remember their previous lives together, as revealed in the finale. Jeremy Davies, Rebecca Mader, and Elizabeth Mitchell, who played Daniel Faraday, Charlotte Lewis, and Juliet Burke, respectively, left the show after the fifth season, but all three reprised their characters for the sixth. Former recurring cast members Nestor Carbonell, Jeff Fahey, and Zuleikha Robinson, who played the roles Richard Alpert, Frank Lapidus, and Ilana Verdansky, were promoted to the starring cast, and Emilie de Ravin returned as main character Claire Littleton after a year-long absence. Multiple former and recurring cast members made an appearance in the final episode. For the special occasion, Sam Anderson, François Chau, L. Scott Caldwell, Jeremy Davies, Fionnula Flanagan, Maggie Grace, Rebecca Mader, Elizabeth Mitchell, Dominic Monaghan, Ian Somerhalder, John Terry, Sonya Walger, and Cynthia Watros were listed in the starring cast. The sixth season totals an average of 10.08 million viewers.
Lost: Missing Pieces - References - Netflix