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.
Happy Walking Dead Day! (And a Happy Halloween as well!) In celebration of tonight's premiere of AMC’s new zombie-series, we have a new preview for Season 1 that shows off more of what’s to come for the show.
I always figured Michael Emerson and Terry O'Quinn were joking when they said repeatedly near the end of Lost that they were looking to star in a TV show together again
Will it be Lost’s year to take Outstanding Drama award? Will Modern Family dominate in the comedy categories? Should it? We’ll have to see how things go tomorrow night. In the meantime, here are some hopes and predictions for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards...
Best of all, the album image is taken from a photo Cuomo took with Garcia when the two met earlier this year. Cuomo hasn't even watched all of Lost
The Lost finale may not have gotten any ratings records, but it did manage to score a record of its own. The finale is the fastest downloaded file on BitTorrent of all time, with approximately 900,000 downloads within the first 20 hours
When Hurley and Ben discussed their time as "Number One" and "Number Two" on the Island, fans were left curious. The complete series DVD set will apparently feature a short epilogue of sorts covering it
Lost may be over and done with but life keeps on going and so does our TV viewing. Last night millions of television viewers were left stranded with a viewing timeslot to fill
13 million people watched, which is more viewers than the show had gotten in two years, but well below the average of 16 million who watched it every week in the first season