COMPLETED: LOST & Kia Forte Present: Mysteries of the Universe + iTunes Giveaway! - Featured

This giveaway is now closed. Thanks for your participation! The winner will be notified via email on 9/9.

As we impatiently await the midseason return of Lost for its final season, Kia Forte is partnering up with the show to bring us fans some highly sought-after Lost material to get us through the break!

About Mysteries of the Universe:

A project discussed for years in and around conspiracy circles. Once thought to be lost, this explosive documentary series has never been seen before...until now.

The first installment about the Dharma Initiative can be seen now on

Mysteries of the Universe: The Dharma Initiative

About the Kia Forte:

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iTunes Giveaway:

For this Lost-tastic promotion, we have a $25 iTunes gift card to giveaway! (Perhaps useful for buying some fav Lost episodes??) To enter to win the gift card, comment on this post telling us what you think of the Mysteries of the Universe series and include any new Lost theories you have from what you've learned!

The winner will be selected and notified via e-mail on Friday, September 4th.

Giveaway and assets courtesy of New Media Strategies & Kia Forte



Default avatar cat
Aug 17, 2009 12:30PM EDT

Hate to say it, but the "Mysteries of the Universe" reminds me of a really bad episode of In Search Of with Leonar Nimoy. Didn't provide any insite into the Dharma initiative at all. At least not yet. Overall, I found the 2 epi's pretty cheesey.

Default avatar cat
Aug 17, 2009 5:34PM EDT

I have to agree with the previous statement. it was cheesey. it kind of threw me of when they mentioned aliens and abductions. i just don't think it fits into the show at all. i hope they they don't take it down that road either in the final season because that would probably ruin the whole thing for me. we'll just have to wait and see i guess.

Default avatar cat
Aug 24, 2009 10:49AM EDT

I thought that the video was really quite interesting, if not a bit redundant. The thought that the dharma initiative may have a connection with the government is certainly an interesting one, but I'm fairly certain they operate independently... or possibly not. There was that bomb on the island. We already knew how the dharma initiative worked, and why they do the testing (see if they can spend long periods of time on the island.) I am actually quite clueless as to what will happen next season, I really liked Daniel Faraday, and was very severely ticked off when they killed him. Oh well, I'll watch it next season anyways, but only because they promised an explanation and conclusion this season.

Default avatar cat
Sep 3, 2009 12:30AM EDT

These videos may have been better back before we know a lot about Dharma. Maybe back between seasons 2 and 3. As for theories, I'm pretty confident that the Losties will be/are stuck in a time loop. If they are, I'm not entirely sure that they'll be able to break out of it. I am excited about seeing old characters back, like Boone and Claire. I'm mainly hoping for more Desmond in season 6, but I doubt it.

Default avatar cat
Sep 3, 2009 5:54PM EDT

could not agree more - those vids are useful for newbies, but for old lost-sharks its no use at all. though, must admit that is still nice to refresh my lost-spirit in this vid maze before the season premier.

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