Telecom Italia brings the final season of Lost to the web and to its IP platforms 24 hours after it is aired in the USA

01/29/2010 - 02:32 PM

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From 3 February the 18 new episodes of the cult series produced by ABC Studios will also be visible in Italy, on a weekly basis, in on demand format in original language with Italian subtitles, on the dedicated web site, on IPTV and through Telecom Italia CuboVision®.  

From 3 February, just 24 hours after it has been aired in the USA, Telecom Italia will bring to all its IP platforms, the eagerly awaited concluding season of Lost, ABC Studios’ cult series set on a mysterious island in the South Pacific where the survivors of an aeroplane crash find themselves.

Telecom Italia has worked with The Walt Disney Company in order to make all 18 new episodes of the sixth and final series available in on demand format on different platforms: on PC in high resolution thanks to the web site lost.cubovision.it and on TV, through IPTV and Telecom Italia’s CuboVision®.

Fans will be able to view, week after week, through streaming, the final enthralling chapters in original language with Italian subtitles, of the story written by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse which will be followed worldwide by millions of viewers. 

Every episode of Lost is available on demand on the three platforms at a cost of 1.99 Euro with Telecom Italia clients being charged directly to their bills.  Online on lost.cubovision.it, following registration, all other web surfers will be able to pay by credit card. The content will be viewable for 24 hours after purchase.

For fans of the TV series, a library containing episodes from the previous seasons has been created and may be watched on Telecom Italia’s IP platforms at a cost of 0.99 Euro per episode.

With this initiative the Telecom Italia Group continues its path of development designed to provide, thanks to the capability of the network, innovative solutions to offer entertainment and information content, while also contributing to the circulation of on demand services which are legal and of quality.

Rome, 29 January 2010