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Lost Revival: 'No Official Discussions' to Resurrect Series, Says ABC Boss

ABC isnt quite ready to go back to the island yet. Alphabet president Channing Dungey tells TVLine that she has no current plans to revive mega-phenom Lost. However, shes not ruling it out. We have not had any official discussions about that, the exec maintains. Its something thats on a list of, Wouldnt that be []

Lost Lands At Hulu After Netflix Deal Expires

All six seasons of ABCs supernatural drama series Lost are now available to stream on Hulu . As of today, Jan. 4, all 121 episodes of the series which ran on ABC from 2004-2010, are available to Hulu subscribers. It comes as part of a deal with The Disney/ABC Television Group, and joins other series recently added to Hulu including ABC's Designated Survivor, the original TGIF lineup, The Golden Girls, black-ish , among others. Netflix had originally acquired Lost in 2009   ...Read More...

Lost Reunion! Terry O'Quinn Joins Cast of J.J. Abrams' Hulu Series Castle Rock

Terry OQuinn has to go back to working with J.J. Abrams. The Lost alum is reuniting with the storied ABC dramas co-creator via a starring role in Hulus upcoming psychological-horror drama series Castle Rock, which counts Abrams and Stephen King as EPs. Castle Rock (named after the fictional town in Kings native Maine that is [] //

Lost Boss Carlton Cuse Returns to ABC to Develop New Series With Genre Slant

As Shonda Rhimes exits ABC Studios, shes likely to pass Carlton Cuse in the revolving door. The onetime Lost co-showrunner has inked a four-year overall deal with ABC Studios to develop new projects for broadcast, cable and streaming, either on his own or collaborating with other writers. Since the end of Losts largely heralded run, [] //

'Lost' Star Lands Major 'Criminal Minds' Role

Criminal Minds is apparently still trying to fill the absence left by the big departures of Thomas Gibson and Shemar Moore. Now yet another familiar actor has joined the ever-expanding Criminal Minds ensemble cast for season 12. TVLine reports that Harold Perrineau, a frequent TV actor best known for his work on Lost , has joined Criminal Minds in a "major recurring role."  ...Read More...   //

Elizabeth Mitchell reflects on fan-reaction to 'Lost' finale

Fans still looking to work through those residual Lost finale feelings, Elizabeth Mitchell is happy to be a sounding board. Mitchell, who played Dr. Juliet Burke for the last four seasons of the hit ABC drama, stopped by Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) at San Diego Comic......   Read More... //

Lost Star Dominic Monaghan Pans Shows Edited Finale on Netflix

Lost alum Dominic Monaghan agrees with Damon Lindelof that the appearance of an edited version of the series finale on Netflix is a little befuddling. If thats the case, that seems very strange that feels like thats something that couldnt happen that a company is able to cut another piece of artistic work, Monaghan said in an interview with TheWrap. The version of the finale that appears on Netflix is approximately 18 minutes shorter than the onethat aired on ABC in 2010, a change that Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof said defies explanation in a statement to Entertainment Weekly on Thursday. We informed Monaghan of the confusing controversy shortly thereafter, when few details were available.   Read More... //

Evangeline Lilly Welcomes Second Child

  Evangeline Lilly and her longtime boyfriend Norman Kali have welcomed their second child, People reports. No further details were released. The Lost alum and Kali are already parents to son Kahekili, 4. While Lilly, 36, kept her pregnancy under wraps until she debuted her baby bump at the Ant-Man ...   Read More...   //

Losts Evangeline Lilly Is Pregnant With Baby No. 2

Lost taught this actress how to keep her lips sealed!   Read More... //

Weekend Binge Guide: April 2015

Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-watch one of these shows instead:   If you want to laugh:   Happy Endings See all reviews for Happy Endings Probably one of the most underrated shows to have ever aired, Happy Endings , I would argue, also happens to be one the funniest. Its cast features once SNL regular Casey Wilson, and the hilarious Adam Pally (now equally hilarious as Dr. Peter Prentice on The Mindy Project ). Happy Endings is, of course, your classic "group of friends living in apartments they can’t possibly afford and hanging out in bars instead of going to work…ever" type of series (um, Friends anyone?). BUT, the cast’s chemistry is so on point, and the laughs are there at every corner. I promise.     If you want to cry:   Chasing Life See all reviews for Chasing Life Chasing Life follows the life of 24-year-old April Carver (played by the gorgeous Italia Ricci), an ambitious young journalist, after her diagnosis with leukemia. I think the tear-jerking aspect of the series kind of speaks for itself. Despite the show not being completely depressing (after all, there’s still family drama, romantic liaisons, and jokes scattered here and there), you’ll still definitely want a box of tissues by your side as you binge through this new show, which just finished its first season. Get ready for some crazy cathartic cry sessions. And maybe a few crazy stares from the other patrons of Starbucks...(oh wait, am I the only person who doesn’t watch her weepy shows in the confines of her own house? Oops).     If you want to scream:   Grey's Anatomy See all reviews for  Grey's Anatomy Blood, and guts, and poles in abdomens, and bombs in bodies. No, what could be scream-worthy about that? Much of Grey’s can (read: probably should) be understandably watched through the holes of a blanket—or better yet, one’s ears because there’s a pillow in front of your face. Because, unlike other medical shows (eg. Scrubs or Hart of Dixie ), drama in the operating room is a very common ingredient of most Grey’s episodes (as are untimely blood-squirting-out-of-guts type situations). Basically, get ready to shriek, or at least be incredibly grossed out!     If you want to think:   Lost See all reviews for  Lost Lost will make you think. Really think. Actually, you’ll be thinking constantly. Because you won’t understand what’s going on, and you’ll have to rack your brain to figure out who’s dead, who’s alive, what realm we’re in, and, most especially, what on earth is going on at any given moment. Don’t let this turn you off though! The series, which follows a group of plane crash survivors trying to live on an "abandoned" island, will have you reeling at every turn. And if you make it to the every end, you’ll even be rewarded by reprieve from all that intense thinking (or at least, Wikipedia can clue you in on what the finale means… not gonna say I had to do this, not gonna say I didn’t).