It's been almost 10 full years since the opening of ABC's 'LOST' saw the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 marooned upon the shores of a mysterious island, whose various challenges forced them into a mantra of "live together, die alone." While six seasons and an epic finale may not have answered every question raised by inquisitive fans, the majority of the cast all gathered at Sunday's PaleyFest reunion panel to celebrate the magic (and insanity) that was 'LOST.'
Everything we've seen thus far of FX's forthcoming adaptation of Guillermo del Toro's 'The Strain' has been right on point for the vampire drama thriller, though with its ongoing presence at SXSW, we're getting a better look at the cast, at least. Check out 'House of Cards' star Corey Stoll, along with 'Game of Thrones' David Bradley and more in brand-new photos from the series!
Seriously, how has FX not picked this up to series yet? Guillermo del Toro certainly has much to prove at the box office this weekend with the release of 'Pacific Rim,' but his upcoming FX pilot adaptation of 'The Strain' is proving monstrous in its own right. 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Goonies' star Sean Astin is the latest high-profile star to join the cast, but will he prove friend or foe?
'Bates Motel's first season has come to a close with tonight's finale episode "Midnight," and never has it been more apparent that Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore) has a dark future in front of him. The series won't return until 2014, but what can we expect from Norman's dark turn at the climax of tonight's finale? What major story arcs will dominate season 2? Get the inside scoop on future 'Bates Motel' from showrunner Carlton Cuse himself inside!
Just yesterday we were wondering what had become of FX's Guillermo del Toro-helmed pilot 'The Strain,' after HBO announced their own del Toro project 'Monster,' and now we have our answer. 'House of Cards' breakout Corey Stoll has been tapped as the lead in the project, but will the vampire series move forward beyond its pilot order? Hear what FX has to say about a live-action 'The Strain' inside!
A&E's 'Psycho' prequel 'Bates Motel' has grown far beyond a simple origin tale of Norman Bates in only six episodes, but last night's revelatory "The Truth" threw some major curvature into what we think about the development of Alfred Hitchcock's iconic cinema killer. The twists and turns of last night's episode will no doubt reverberate through the series to come, so what does series creator and showrunner Carlton Cuse have to say about the big reveals? Get the latest 'Bates Motel' spoilers inside!
With the Television Critics Association press tours ongoing, earlier today we were treated to the reveal that A&E would in fact premiere its upcoming 'Psycho' prequel TV series 'Bates Motel' on March 18. The series has a considerable amount of buzz going for it, particularly with former 'LOST' show-runner Carlton Cuse at the helm, but Cuse spoke out today that the 'Bates Motel' story in its modern context may not necessarily treat Hitchcock's film as canon. Find out how 'Bates Motel' differs from the source material inside!
We've been keeping our eyes on A&E's forthcoming 'Psycho' prequel TV series 'Bates Motel,' which to date has assembled an impressive cast and put together some seriously creepy teasers of its 2013 premiere. That said, we never thought we'd have a chance to actually take part in the show! Showrunner Carlton Cuse has announced a new contest that lets fans get their 'Psycho' on, designing the title sequence to be featured in the show itself! Will you be the one to design the look of 'Bates Motel'?
The moment that A&E first announced that 'LOST' co-creator and show-runner Carlton Cuse was headed back to TV, we started counting the days until a former 'LOST'ie turned up on the project. With A&E's psycho prequel TV series 'Bates Motel' set to go before the cameras any day with an array of stars already cast, guess what formerly immortal Island-dweller, and Mayor to Gotham City is checking in for a stay at 'Bates Motel?'
Man, with elements like that in the title, what more do you need to know? Oh, alright. With TV ever more the burgeoning medium these days, more and more prolific film names are getting into the development game. Guillermo del Toro has certainly had his hands in a few TV pots, everything from the delayed 'Hulk' series to a new HBO venture, but could a new vampire series at FX with 'LOST' executive producer Carlton Cuse be the next big thing? Get ready for a wildfire spread when 'The Strain' trilogy hits the tube!