‘Lost’ Drawing Almost $1 Million Per-30 To Advertise in the Finale

Mar 29, 2010  •  Post A Comment

As "Lost" draws to a close, advertisers are bidding up 30-second spots in the finale with prices reaching $900,000, Advertising Age reports.

That represents more than a quadrupling of average $213,563 price the show fetched during last year’s upfront, the trade publication says.

Click here to read the entire article to see why "Lost" is drawing such a high price for its finale, and to see a chart comparing what it’s getting to finales of year’s past.


  1. I can’t believe Lost has acquired such a huge following. It’s no wonder how valuable advertising is on this show.

  2. Well, if you count all of us Lost fans, including our past, present, and future selves, plus our selves in alternate timelines (as seen in a flash-sideways), then the fan base for Lost is exponentially huge! 🙂

  3. um, what is lost?

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