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Damon Lindelof is one of my favorite TV-related tweeters out there. He’s funny, he has interesting things to say and he doesn’t abuse the retweet button. He also occasionally shares interesting links. Today, the former Lost executive producer shared a link to an article that lists how certain Lost characters would make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Daniel Roebuck isn’t the only former Lost cast member set to make an appearance on NBC’s Grimm. Titus Welliver a.k.(to Lost fans)a. the Man in Black, will also be playing a role in the series, though from the sound of it, gold may be his color of choice. In case you have Once Upon A Time on the brain, that isn’t a Midas reference.
Lost changed course so often throughout its six-season run that it's impossible to find an episode that perfectly represents the show as a whole. But if you love Lost, you love particular things about it, be they certain characters, the especially good flashbacks or even Sawyer's best nicknames. And for me "Lockdown," the 17th episode of season 2, has all the best parts of Lost in one place
Lost fans will appreciate this bit of casting news, as will those of you who watched FlashForward. Word is, British actress Sonya Walger has been cast to play a pretty big role in USA’s upcoming series Common Law.
Since June, the happy couple has settled down to a life spent promoting Courtney’s new music single and some Baywatch-esque modeling photos. The 16 going on 35-year-old certainly has some high aspirations for herself, but as they aren’t panning out quickly, Hutchison and Stodden have moved forward with plan b. According to an interview with Australia’s The Morning Show, the two are in talks with producers to do their own reality program. Stodden has helpfully added: “Expect it to be a reality show like no other.”
Perfect timing. Just as the television world is being shaken and stirred, we, thanks to the new doc Showrunners, get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the most important position in TV production...the showrunner. For anyone interested in the behind-the-scenes world of television production, as told through the creative eyes that have made so many of your favorite shows, Showrunners is a must.
I love Community. I don’t think I can say that enough but this Thursday I love it even more because not only is Community revisiting the paintball escapades, but it’s also putting Josh Holloway back on my TV screen. Check out the promo for the episode ahead!
If you’re a fan of Terry O’Quinn, Hallelujah might be a fitting response to this bit of news. The former Lost star has been cast in a drama pilot for ABC titled Hallelujah, which could mean his return to TV and to ABC if the pilot gets an order.
It's been nearly a year since Lost went off the air, and for all the ways the world is a colder place without the show, perhaps the greatest absence of all is Josh Holloway, or at least his abs. The actor who played Sawyer will appear in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Written by none other than Jonah Nolan-- of the Christopher Nolan family tree-- Person of Interest will star Emerson as a mysterious billionaire who teams up with an ex-CIA agent to prevent violent crimes in New York City. There's no evidence the show is actually based around discarded script ideas from The Dark Knight
Set to join Sarah Michelle Gellar in the CBS drama pilot Ringer is Lost veteran Nestor Carbonell.
TV was full of memorable moments this year. Whether dramatic, comedic or just plain amazing, we didn’t have a hard time coming up with our favorite moments from TV in 2010.
TV delivered on many levels this year but that doesn’t mean there weren’t disappointments. In fact, we came up with a whole list of them.
Whether they were saving the day, solving or fighting crime, making us laugh, making us gasp or delivering one great moment after another, 2010 had no shortage of great male characters.
Damon Lindelof has a very good sense of humor. Last week Community took a shot at Lost during the Christmas-themed stop-motion episode, which prompted the Lost co-creator to fire back (humorously) with a gift to the writers.