As you’d expect from Carlton Cuse, who created Colony with Ryan Condal, there are more questions than answers in the trailer for the new USA show. We’ve got a giant cordon surrounding Los Angeles, a former FBI agent (Holloway) and his wife (Sarah Wayne Callies) separated from their son, and a creepy suited man with a…
At first glance, The Strain almost looks as though it could be a standard disease-outbreak drama about the CDC trying to understand a pandemic. Until it hits you that this is a Guillermo del Toro show about vampires. The cast told us about the moment it hit them what kind of show they're on, and what's next.
There's never been anything like what Ron Howard and Akiva Goldsman are proposing for their adaptation of Stephen King's Dark Tower: a television show that crosses over with three movies, using the same cast for both. Can this even work?
A big part of being a fan of Lost was concocting your own theories, and nobody's guesses were more elaborate than those of Entertainment Weekly's Jeff "Doc" Jensen. Here are 12 Jensen theories that were cooler than the real answers.
The Lost season six DVD includes a new 12-minute segment that promises to answer some more questions and tie up some loose ends. Does it deliver the goods? A detailed synopsis of it has popped up online. Spoilers definitely ahead...
For six years, Lost engaged our passions, stirred our intellects, and generated insane numbers of questions. Last week, we posted a list of 50 questions that Lost's finale ought to answer. Now reader James Hooper has created a report card!
Why, yes it is. Back in 2005, at a Paley Center event, Abrams fielded a question about his favorite fan theories on what Lost is about — and his answer kinda flies directly in the face of the finale. [Vulture]
Jorge Garcia and Carlton Cuse took a few moments to talk about the finale with us, and how they both were choked up by what happens. Plus, DVD finale secrets and readying for the inevitable fan backlash.
Want to know what happens in Sunday's Lost finale? Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse went on David Letterman to reveal all. Sort of. The "Ben" moment is genuinely awesome and proves that Michael Emerson is a comic genius.
A whole bunch of characters achieved their capital-D Destiny on Lost last night - which mostly seemed to involve reverting to being the people they'd started out as. You can run from the Smoke Monster, but not yourself. Spoilers below!
Lost may have given us more answers than Battlestar Galactica, but that doesn't mean the plane-crash-into-destiny show is off the hook. Here are 50 questions that Lost really does have to answer, or we'll attack the ABC studios with pitchforks.
Tomorrow's the last episode of Lost before the big-blow-out finale, and some people feel like the island-castaway show hasn't explained enough. Is Lost another answers-averse show like Battlestar Galactica? No. In fact, Lost has already provided more answers than BSG.
J.J. Abrams has unleashed two television shows about faith and science and strange reflections of reality. Fringe will never be as popular as Lost, but it has the potential to be far greater, as it proved last night. Spoilers below...
Let's face it, if the big mythology episode of Lost hadn't been cheesy as all get-out, you'd have been disappointed. It's about time this show let its true over-the-top colors fly. But exactly whose fall from grace did we witness?
If anyone can weasel secrets of Lost's final arc from Damon Lindelof and Cartlon Cuse, and make a little cash on the side, it's a rat — Rizzo the Rat — and a giant bear. [Slashfilm]
All your friends are obsessed with Lost, now that the show is its final month. It can be hard to keep up, especially if you've only seen a few episodes. But fear not: Here's our guide to faking Lost expertise.
Last night's Lost really underscored that there are two compelling characters remaining on the show: Hurley and Desmond. We're probably going to judge the show's ending based on how it handles these two characters. Are you with me? Spoilers ahead...
Lost's producers promised that season six would feel like season one all over again. Last night, I finally realized why that can never be true. We also discovered, yet again, that Lost hates love stories with happy endings. Spoilers ahead...
We're in our last couple months of the active phase of our love affair with Lost. We'll be watching the island-castaway show forever, but right now we're still experiencing the thrill of discovery. So here's why we love Lost.
Dissatisfied with the final season of Lost so far? Finding yourself wondering "who is the baseball," and not "what are the numbers" any more? We understand your pain — and we blame it all on the parallel universe. Spoilers ahead...