When “Lost” entered our lives in 2004, it gave us all big mysteries to ponder. What was the Smoke Monster? What was the goal of the Dharma Initiative? How can we ever fly in a plane again without fear of being stranded on a scary island?
The six seasons of “Lost” kept us guessing right up until the end. These days, you might like to dive back in, figuring that fictional mysteries beat real-life versions any day. Or maybe you finally have the time to tackle “Lost” for the first time and give it all the brainpower it deserves. Fortunately, you don’t need cable to check it out. In fact, using IMDbTV, you can watch it for free.
How to Watch “Lost” Free
All six seasons of “Lost” are available for free on IMDbTV’s web site and app, which is readily available on a variety of platforms including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and more.. As long as you don’t mind watching ads, you’ll see all of “Lost” without paying anything. IMDbTV was previously called Freedive, but its name was changed by Amazon last year.
Other Ways to Watch Lost
“Lost” is also in Hulu’s streaming library. Hulu starts at $6.99/month with the ad-free option for $12.99. Hulu also offers a live TV package starting at $54.99, but that isn’t required to watch all 6 seasons of Lost.
Amazon Prime Video
You can also watch all “Lost” on Amazon Prime Video as part of IMDbTV on Amazon Channels, free with ads. An Amazon Prime membership costs $12.99/month ($6.49/month for students) or $119/year ($59/year for students) and includes shipping benefits.
Lost isn’t on the ABC App
“Lost” originally aired on ABC, but it is no longer available on ABC’s web site or app. As such, you can’t watch the show by using a streaming service that includes ABC. You will be better off using one of the streaming services listed above.
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