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In the years after Lost's conclusion, co-creator Damon Lindelof has been quite vocal about his time on the series, and recently said that while Season 1 led to one of his career high points, the actual time spent putting Season 1 together was a nightmare.
Game of Thrones’ fifth season not only caught up with the source material from the original novels, but in some instances, it has deviated from it radically. Thus, Season 6 could very well be a plunge into the unknown for all fans. It’s a scenario that one of the newly-announced Season 6 directors compares to the mystery of the late Lost.
The more years that follow Lost's finale, the more it seems like the show’s creative team was just doing whatever felt right at the time rather than fulfilling some grand scheme. And it seems like one of the best episodes was inspired by a horror movie.
In some interesting food for thought, it seems that the fate of Lost was oddly tied with the long-running sitcom, How I Met Your Mother. Cobie Smulders, who went on to star in HIMYM, claims she was close to landing the role of Lost’s wayward convict-turned-island-survivor, Kate Austen.
Here, we’re shining a spotlight on ten of the worst offenders when it comes to great TV shows that got increasingly more frustrating as time went by. The shows that started off fantastic and eventually got lost in the smokescreen of their own wheel-spinning.
HBO’s Game of Thrones proved that TV works in IMAX theaters, with a run of highly lucrative IMAX screenings this past weekend. And you can bet this won't be the last time something like that happens. Here are five shows that we think need to head to IMAX next.
For Lost fanatics and Lost bashers alike, conversations in the years after the hit series’ finale have been largely negative, with relatively few walking away from the show without complaints. And a writer's alleged comments certainly won't be changing that.
Despite being critically acclaimed and garnering huge ratings throughout its run, ABC’s Lost ended after six seasons on the network. In the time since, its crew has moved on to bigger and bolder projects, but its fans have not forgotten how invested they were in the series. Luckily for those fans, Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse recently stated that he believes another story in the Lost world is “inevitable.”
Not long after word has come down that CW would not be moving forward with a second season of The Tomorrow People, Mark Pellegrino has already found his next role. The Lost alum will be reuniting with Carlton Cuse for A&E's planned adaptation of the French drama The Returned.
You would think that when you star in a huge hit television series that you would know how the show came to an end. Apparently, this is not so if you’re Dominic Monaghan. The actor who starred in Lost admitted today that he has not actually seen the finale and doesn’t know how the show ended.
A&E announced they won't bother going through the pilot process with Bates Motel and instead opted to move ahead with a 10 episode order. The network first announced the prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's seminal slasher Psycho at the beginning of the year and with Lost's Carlton Cuse and Friday Night Light's Kelly Ehrin on board, the show is now going straight to series.
When he isn't busy serving as producer on films like Prometheus and the upcoming Star Trek sequel, Damon Lindelof can occasionally be found entertaining his thousands of Twitter followers with his random 140-character blurbs. His last contribution to television came in the form of an ABC show called Lost. You may have heard of that one.
Lindelof's good-natured dig at his own show apparently resonated quite a bit with some of his fellow show creators. Soon both Bill "Scrubs" Lawrence and Shonda "Grey's Anatomy" Rhimes weighed in with their own regrets about which shows didn't work, or didn't work as well as they could have.
Even if you never play the lotto, you've almost certainly heard about the Mega Millions lotto drawing that will net the lucky winners a total of $656 million. Former Lost showrunner Damon Lindelof has even thrown his own hat into the ring and purchased a ticket…using Hurley's cursed lottery numbers. Lindelof tweeted a pic of the ticket yesterday.
For many fans sad to see the end of Lost in 2010, Fringe has become the show that filled the island-shaped hole in their lives. Now Fringe is adding another Lost connection to its collection, with actor Henry Ian Cusick, who played Desmond on the mystical island drama, set to appear in an upcoming episode.