Sky apologises for Lost screening hitch

Sky has apologised for the temporary blackout which occurred during the Lost finale yesterday morning.

During the live simulcast, a technical hitch occurred causing a disruption to the viewing of the two-and-a-half hour finale.

The channel made an announcement on the Sky Player website saying “We’d like to apologise for this morning’s blackout during Sky1’s live simulcast of the series finale of Lost.

“We’re currently investigating what went wrong, and if it’s any consolation we’ll have the entire episode available to watch as a catch-up title by lunchtime today. Once again, apologies.”

Sky1 screened the Lost finale at 5am as to keep as close to the US screenings as possible to avoid internet pirates taking control of the highly anticipated television event.

Source: Digital Spy

 

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