Fans of the hit show 'Lost' get in groups and fly to deserted islands to gather around campfires on a weekly basis so they can nitpick over their favorite show that ended a couple of years ago. One topic they'll be discussing this weekend on whatever lonely island they've chosen is actor Josh Holloway's new role in an upcoming thriller.
The movies haven't been very kind to 'LOST' co-creator and show-runner Damon Lindelof lately, what with 'Prometheus' opening to universally "meh" results, and the big-screen adaptation of 'World War Z' undergoing extensive re-shoots. What better way to welcome Lindelof back to TV with open arms, then with a brand-new high-concept HBO series?
Now that the proverbial cat (possibly even the literal, we don't watch the show) is out of the bag for residents of 'Once Upon A Time's Storybrooke, it's open season for existing characters as the show moves into its second season. We already learned that we'd be seeing a lot more "Red" for season 2, so who's the next 'Once Upon A Time' star to be be upped to series regular for the fall?
We're reasonably certain that Mark Pellegrino has been in every TV show ever, from 'LOST,' to 'Supernatural,' to 'Chuck' and even 'Dexter.' In fact, he may actually be standing behind your this very moment! Fear not, though for we're sure he just wants to tell you that he'll be appearing in an upcoming episode of NBC's supernatural spook-fest, 'Grimm.' He isn't the first 'LOST' alum to make an appearance, but what will Pellegrino be playing?
It may have been over two years since the end of 'LOST,' but if writer Damon Lindelof won't stop talking about it, why should we? We already knew that former 'LOST' star Maggie Grace had nabbed a major role in the upcoming season of Showtime's David Duchovny dramedy 'Californication' as rock and roll groupie "Faith," which the potential for her own spin-off, but what former 'LOST' cast-mate will be seeing her in another life, brotha?
With 'Prometheus' less than a week away from its domestic release, screenwriter Damon Lindelof has announced that he's taking a break from movies to go back the world that birthed his career in the first place: television. Why is this such a big deal? Easy: Lindelof was one of the head writers and showrunners on a little show you might have watched called 'Lost.'
Things have been awfully quiet from the home front of 'Homeland,' considering all the 'Dexter' news and castings that have spattered about. 'Homeland's first season left us in a pretty precarious place with its leads Carrie and the treacherous Brody, but the direction season 2 will take remains somewhat unclear. As long as we're in the dark, which former 'LOST' islander is going to light the way?
It's been about two years since the end of ABC's mega-hit pseudo sci-fi series 'LOST,' though we obviously haven't stopped talking about it. Even the most hardcore loyalists found themselves divided by the show's controversial ending, which to say the least, didn't exactly wrap up all of the lingering mystery threads in a nice little package. So what exactly does co-creator / executive producer (and 'Prometheus' writer) Damon Lindelof have to say for himself?
It's been a solid two years since 'LOST' finally ended its historic run with the divisive, yet aptly-titled "The End," but the rumor mill hasn't stopped churning with ideas and possibilities for a way to continue the Island stories so richly chronicled on ABC. After all, with many of 'LOST's mysteries still unresolved, even by the supposed "epilogue" included on the DVD, isn't a return trip due?