Lost in 2.0 is the title given to the re-runs of Lost on the G4 channel in the United States of America, broadcast weeknights from September 15, 2008 at 9 PM ET.
The reruns started with "Pilot, Part 1" featuring episodes with on-screen facts and creator commentaries, and is due to run for the entire 6 seasons of Lost. This was announced early August 2008. This is not to be confused with Lost in 8:15 and Lost in 4:24. The G4TV Lost page have been expanded to feature a number of pages. G4 have not released a press-release regarding the series. It appears clip-shows are not included, and double episodes are split into single broadcasts.
Now, there's a different way to get LOST. Introducing LOST in 2.0. You'll see every episode from the very beginning, enhanced with on-screen facts and creator commentaries, bringing you inside TV's most captivating series. Don't miss LOST in 2.0, coming to G4 September 15.
You think LOST is deep? You ain't seen nothing yet. Wait until you get into LOST in 2.0, an interactive experience that takes the phenomenon that is LOST and blows it up so that you can get deeper, broader, and more connected to the show than ever before. Chat with other fans, answer trivia, find out more about the characters on the show and the people behind it, and much, much more. Upgrade your LOST experience to First Class with LOST in 2.0.
An Attack of the Show video segment featured on the site, "The DHORKMA Initiative", presents a "Lost viewer orientation" in the form of a parody of the DHARMA Initiativeorientation films. As Dr. J. Hawkings recaps the details of "The Glass Ballerina", an off-camera character named Leo sniggers at suggestive references made unintentionally by Hawkings ("pearl necklace", "Cleveland steamer", "69 days"). The second video recaps the details of "The Long Con".