Lost alum L. Scott Caldwell will guest-star on Grey's Anatomy, a show rep tells TVGuide.com. Caldwell, who played Rose, a cancer patient who was healed by the island, on Lost, will play the wife of a patient participating in the Alzheimer's clinical trial that Derek is heading with Alex assisting. Her episode is scheduled to air Feb. 23, according to TVLine, which first reported the news. Source Here
It was a great year for TV, which made it very difficult to choose the top 25 episodes of 2010. Recalling and, in some cases, rewatching the stand-out moments was a holiday treat. We got our first glimpse of a bespectacled Clark Kent and saw Snooki pummel Angelina. We wept as Jack Shephard took his final breath and cheered as Leslie took down a mischievous rodent wreaking havoc in Pawnee. Here's the fourth batch of TVGuide.com's weeklong countdown of the year's best episodes. 10. "Sanctuary/Death and All His Friends," Grey's Anatomy A shooter roamed through the halls of Seattle Grace, killing off many of the doctors we have come to know and love, and leaving several others on death's door, including Derek Shepherd. After Meredith offered to sacrifice herself to protect the other doctors and subsequently had a miscarriage, the veteran series was taken to a new, deeper level. 9. "Peter," Fringe This flashback hour not only expanded the show's mythology of the alternate universe, but revealed the painful backstory behind Walter's decision to kidnap Peter's doppelganger after "his" 7-year-old Peter died. John Noble's sublime dual turn delicately balanced the audacity and distress of a grieving parent. This episode also marked the debut of '80s-style opening credits. To Read More Click Here.
Doug Hutchison is to make a guest appearance on Fox crime drama Lie To Me. Movieline reports that the actor will play a police detective named Lane Bradley in a forthcoming episode. When his infant daughter is kidnapped, the promising officer will encounter Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) and his team. Hutchison previously played Horace Goodspeed on ABC's Lost and also featured in the final season of 24 . His television guest appearances include roles in CSI: Miami and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit . Lie To Me continues on Mondays at 9/8c. Source Here
For her guest appearance on Law & Order: Los Angeles, Lost alum Rebecca Mader not only had to push herself emotionally, but also had to push herself physically, withstanding long hours in the make-up chair for her role as a pregnant hit-and-run victim. "The makeup was amazing," Mader says. "I think that day that we shot all the makeup stuff, it was like a 17-hour day so I was either on set ... or basically getting the prosthetic done." Source & Video
The Emmys red carpet isn't just about fashion: TV's hottest stars arrive with lots of scoop to unload. Stars including Jane Lynch, Tina Fey, Mariska Hargitay and Jim Parsons unburdened themselves to TVGuide.com about such subjects as Sue's new nemesis on Glee, a Modern Family addition, and Betty White's plans on Community. 1. Glee's Sue, Part 2: Jane Lynch's Sue Sylvester may be evil, but new coach Shannon Beiste (Dot Jones) is even more sinister. "In the beginning, Sue is a little threatened by the new football coach, who is a 6'4" woman," says Lynch. "She and Schuester [Matthew Morrison] band together to destroy her. She tries to be the new Sue, but she's very vulnerable and I know her weak spot. I find it, exploit it, and destroy her as best I can." To Read More Click Here .
The vehicles from "Lost" were among the biggest items to go under the hammer at a props and memorabilia auction on Sunday, August 22. The Dharma Van, Hurley's Camaro and the Dharma Jeep were the highlights of the two-day sale, which culminated early on Monday morning, raising $87,500. The van was the big highlight - it went for $47,500. The Dharma Jeep and Hurley's Camaro both fetched $20,000. Other highlights of the Profiles in History sale included a script of the pilot episode signed by show co-creators J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof, the suit Matthew Fox's character Jack was buried in and his set chair, and a large section of the Oceanic Flight 815 aircraft wreckage. "Lost" stars Sterling Beaumon, who played Young Ben in five episodes, and Daniel Roebuck, who played Leslie Arzt in seven episodes, were part of the auction proceedings. Auction house spokesman Marc Kruscol tells WENN the big sale did not go as fast as expected due to competitive bidding for items from fans in 50 countries. Source here
Ever since Lost's May finale, fans have been clamoring for more answers about the island. They'll get a little info in a 12-minute epilogue, exclusive to "Lost: The Complete Collection" (available on DVD and Blu-ray August 24), that follows Hurley and Ben's time protecting the island- and welcomes back a long-lost familiar face. "Part of the Lost machinery is to bring back characters out of the deep, dark past in surprising ways," Michael Emerson (Ben) tells TV Guide Magazine. "I knew it would have an impact." But one mystery still has Emerson puzzled: "Whatever happened to Ben's childhood friend Annie?" he asks. "Things like that seemed like juicy avenues to explore, but we just didn't have the time." Emerson doesn't have his next project lined up yet, but he wants to play a lighter character. "I get a lot of offers to play sinister villains, but it seems like a step backwards after playing Benjamin Linus," he says. "People have seen enough of my face in the last five years. It might not be the worst idea if I disappeared for a while! [Laughs]" Source Here
Lost fans were whipped into a frenzy Friday, when a juicy 12-minute epilogue of what happens on The Island under Hurley's reign leaked online. Disney and ABC were quick to pull the video from YouTube - but, alas for them, not quick enough. The footage will be available on both the final season and full series Lost DVDs, out Aug. 24. Where do the Lost Dharma food drops come from? But for the impatient, five spoilers to whet your appetite: 1. On Hurley's orders, Ben shuts down Dharma stations around the world. 2. Why can't women give birth on the island? Blame the electromagnetic activity. 3. Room 23, where Karl was brainwashed? It was used by the Dharma Initiative as a way to get information on Jacob from the Hostiles. 4. The Hurley bird mystery, solved: It's a bird that has been genetically altered. It's a hy-bird! 5. Hurley and Ben spring Walt from the Santa Rosa Mental Institute because they have a job opportunity to discuss with him. Walt is special! Source Here
Though Lost fans may remain miffed that the series finale failed to provide every answer, producers promise some mysteries will be revealed when the Season 6 and full-series DVDs are released Aug. 24. A special 12-minute epilogue, titled "The New Man in Charge," will show what life is like on and off the island now that Hurley (Jorge Garcia) is in charge and Ben Linus (Michael Emerson) is his right-hand man. Get a glimpse into what happens to the Dharma Initiative under Hurley: Source & Video
Access Hollywood has a new clip from the buzz-worthy 'Lost' epilogue about Hurley's time as head of the island. In the clip, fans are given a first-look at the guys behind the mysterious Dharma Initiative food drops that the castaways periodically received. Plus, Ben Linus! We've missed that guy. The epilogue, 'New Man in Charge,' will be available on the 'Lost' season 6 and complete series sets. Check out the clip after the jump. Source & Video