Welcome to The Lost Media Wiki!

This wiki is a community passion project where we detail and attempt to track down (at least, in most cases) pieces of lost or hard to find media; whether it be video, audio or otherwise (of either a fictional or non-fictional nature), if it's completely lost or simply inaccessible to the general public, it belongs here.

Breaking off from its original Wikia hosting, the site was moved to its own, independent host (the process of which was initiated in late 2014 and concluded in mid 2015) and has been steadily growing since its humble beginnings. We encourage any and all connoisseurs of obscure media to join in and contribute; the more the merrier. Happy searching!

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Screenshot from the "Invaders from the Deep" episode.
Screenshot from the "Revenge of the Mysterons from Mars" episode.
LMC Episode 33 - Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

What's up guys, dycaite here with some exciting news!

Two of the three lost KTMA era episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 have been released! Joel Hodgson, creator of the show, recovered the episodes "Invaders from the Deep" and "Revenge of the Mysterons from Mars" and, as a Thanksgiving surprise, rewarded backers of the Bring Back MST3K Kickstarter with downloadable copies of said episodes. They can now be found elsewhere online (provided you know where to look), though I would like to add that, if these episodes receive any sort of official follow-up release in the future, to please support their release and acquire them legitimately; the tracking down and releasing of pieces of lost media by their respective creators is definitely something to be commended and I think we should always support these kinds of releases when possible.

Also, just in case you missed it in your YouTube subscriptions (and if you're not subbed yet, do it, do it now!), Randy has released a new episode of the Lost Media Chronicles! This time he covers the lost broadcasts of the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, just in time for the celebration itself; you can check it out above.

Peace! ✌

UPDATE: Copies of the two episodes can now be purchased digitally here (episode 1) and here (episode 2). Please show the creator support by purchasing copies if you intend to watch them.


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