We heard the first major piece of news to come from FX's Guillermo del Toro adaptation of vampire novel series 'The Strain' the other day, namely that 'House of Cards' breakout Corey Stoll would take the leading role. Now, as the series moves closer to pilot production, former 'LOST' showrunner Carlton Cuse has cast his first island alum, tasking Kevin Durand (Martin Keamy!) with a major new role. Get a taste of 'The Strain' inside!
A few weeks ago we heard the news that NBC and Dick Wolf's slow-spreading 'Chicago Fire' had its eye on a potential spin-off, with recent buzz suggesting the show would likely go to series within the near future. Now, the proposed spinoff has begun adding to its cast, recruiting former 'LOST' star Tania Raymonde and Scott Eastwood (yep, that Eastwood) for the as-yet-untitled series, but will it prove as hot as its predecessor?
'LOST' star Jorge Garcia has had no trouble finding work since his island days, first landing a regular role on FOX's now-cancelled drama 'Alcatraz,' and most recently returning to his 'LOST' roots for a giant role on ABC's 'Once Upon A Time.' Now, the actor will join fellow 'LOST' alum Michael Emerson on CBS, taking a new role on upcoming pilot 'The Ordained,' but who will he play? And might this one stick around a bit longer than 'Alcatraz'?
It's been a good long while since anything 'LOST' related was in the public eye, but for some actors Henry Ian Cusick and Mark Pellegrino will always represent the Island's favorite time-travellin' brotha Desmond, and its mysterious protector Jacob. And even though the characters were never seen together, both Henry Ian Cusick and Mark Pellegrino may soon share a network, having joined CW Pilots 'The Hundred' and 'The Tomorrow People,' respectively. Find out the 'LOST' stars' latest projects inside!
Less than a month until the premiere of 'Justified' season 4, and our anticipation remains at an all-time high. Not only are we looking forward to the continued adventures of both Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins), but also to the upcoming guest turns from stars like Ron Eldard and Patton Oswalt. Now, we've learned another famous name has been added to the mix, that of 'LOST' star Sam Anderson! But who might the former Bernard play?
At some point, we hope all the legal measures can be hand-waved away, so CBS can finally come out and admit that their 'Hawaii Five-0' reboot was merely a ploy to get the cast of 'LOST' back together and continue the series. For now, we'll keep on pretending as Jeff Fahey (Frank Lapidus) is the latest 'LOST' vet to join the tropical crime procedural, appearing in an upcoming episode? Who might the former 'LOST' pilot play, and will he ever get off the island?
Liz Lemon would be proud. With the final season of '30 Rock' now six episodes into its run, the home stretch seems imminent. And amidst life-changing announcements and and endless array of returning guest stars, there's always room for new ones, right? Thankfully yes, as we've just learned that 'LOST' vet and occasional 'Fringe' guest star Rebecca Mader is set for an appearance in one of the final episodes, but who might she play? Who from TGS will she have feeling 'LOST?'
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?'
Okay ABC, it's time to admit it. Both 'Once Upon A Time' and 'LOST' are the same series, and it turns out that both are Hurley's dreams. Wild twist theories aside, 'Once Upon A Time' season 2 has given itself yet another connection to the beloved ABC island drama by following through on its intent to cast former 'LOST' star Jorge Garcia! But what fairy-tale character will the gentle giant play, and how big a part in the series will he have?
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.