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MySpace hosts free Lost episodes
Four members from the Lost cast
Desert island drama Lost is now in its third season
Two episodes of hit US drama Lost have been made available to stream free of charge on social networking website MySpace by broadcaster Sky One.

Only available for viewing from within the UK, the first two episodes from the show's third season can be found on the site until Sunday.

Some Lost fans reacted angrily when Sky purchased the rights to the latest series for a reported $20m (10.3m).

The move away from Channel 4 has seen ratings drop by more than one million.

Sky, however, was said to be "delighted" with the response.

Visitors to the Lost page on MySpace can also view season updates, cast interviews and other features.

Made for US network ABC, Lost has been a critical and commercial success on both sides of the Atlantic.

Set on a remote desert island, the show looks at how the survivors of a plane crash deal with their hostile and mysterious new surroundings.

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