What’s next for The Lost?

With The Lost: The Complete Second Season, Disney is now releasing a DVD and Blu-ray set that will be available for preorder in the U.S. and Canada.

The film is now available on Disney XD in the US, where it debuted on March 15, and in Canada, where the Blu-Ray version of the film is currently available for purchase.

The Lost will be released on DVD and digital download in November.

Here are the details on the new Lost Blu-rays and DVDs:The Lost Blu – The Complete Collection (1080p HD)The Lost DVD – The Lost Collection (BD)The Complete Collection includes the following Blu-Rays: The Lost DVD: The Best of The Lost Blu The Lost BD: The Original Series DVD (Blu-ray + DVD)The Best of the Lost DVD (BD): The Complete Series DVDThe Lost Collection features more than 50 hours of bonus features, including original behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the classic The Lost, exclusive behind-stage footage from The Lost Season 2, behind-camera interviews with the cast, production design and production art from the original Lost, behind the scenes footage from Lost: Book of Lost and more.

The DVD features exclusive behind the camera interviews with Lost cast members, and the Blu’s original artwork, plus an extended featurette, including interviews with director Mike Nichols and screenwriter Dan Harmon, as well as behind-scenes photos and rare photos from the Making of The Last Days of the Titanic documentary.

The Complete collection is currently only available for the U, Canada and Mexico territories.

The Blu-RAY features additional extras from The Last Day of the Exorcist, the movie that spawned the hit TV show, The Lost.

The Complete collection comes with an exclusive poster and a hardcover book, plus a digital download of the full length theatrical release.

The Lost is an award-winning, science-fiction-based family adventure film that follows a group of explorers on a journey to a mysterious island on the Atlantic Ocean in search of the missing survivors of a shipwreck.

This movie also features the first appearance of the iconic character of the same name, played by Will Arnett.