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10th Annual New York Television Festival Lineup Unveiled

6 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The line-up for the 10th annual New York Television Festival was unveiled Wednesday. Also read: ‘Lost's’ Josh Holloway to Reunite With Carlton Cuse on USA's ‘Colony’ The highlights of the Oct. 20-25 event include conversations with top showrunners Carlton Cuse (“The Strain”), Jenni Konner (“Girls”) and Beau Willimon (“House of Cards”) as well as the U.S. premiere of “The Game,” which is an upcoming BBC spy drama about America's involvement in the Cold War. Other festival events include a pilot competition, screenings of over 60 different shows, and celebrity guests such as Zachary Quinto (from Starz’ “The Chair”) and »

- Travis Reilly

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Lost producer says a new version of the iconic TV series is inevitable

30 September 2014 9:33 AM, PDT | | See recent JoBlo news »

As we mark the 10th anniversary of the Lost series premiere, many media outlets have aired retrospectives on the iconic ABC series created by J.J. Abrams. Showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse endured a lot of flack for questions the series left unanswered while both have gone on to other projects. Lindelof stills draws the ire of fans but Carlton Cuse has developed new fanbases on his series Bates Motel and The Strain. During a recent appearance on ABC in America, Cuse was asked »

- Alex Maidy

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The Strain, Ep. 1.12, “Last Rites” is only a test

29 September 2014 4:10 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Strain, Season 1, Episode 12, “Last Rites”

Written by Carlton Cuse, David Weddle & Bradley Thompson

Directed by Peter Weller

Airs Sundays at 10pm Est on FX

The penultimate episode of The Strain‘s first season reminds us most of “Across the Sea”, the third-last episode of Lost‘s final season. That episode came very near the end of Lost‘s run, but left the present action to show the origins of Island inhabitants Jacob and the Man in Black. Choosing to halt the action and go back into the past to tell a story that only revealed a small amount and to do so that late in the season felt misguided and a little pointless. “Last Rites” is not quite as much of a side-step, but the return of Setrakian’s flashbacks was certainly a surprising development.

The lucky thing is that these generally work better than the Holocaust flashbacks earlier in the season. »

- Jake Pitre

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Why Lost Fans Should Watch Once Upon a Time

29 September 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

With the premiere of Lost celebrating its 10th anniversary, it’s a stark reminder that no show has been able to truly capture that same frenzied passion. From the memorable characters to its unique style of storytelling, Lost gave TV viewers something fresh and interesting to watch week after week. And in its absence, Once Upon a Time is the best option to fill the void left by flight 815.

While Once Upon a Time has received a lot of attention for its Frozen arc that kicked off season four, we see it as our connection to a series we’re still not finished gushing about. Nothing will replace the brilliant series, but thanks to a number of shared actors and writers, ABC’s fairy tale drama is the best thing to watch to fill those Lost cravings. Here’s why:

Dual Narratives

One of the most compelling elements on Lost »

- Stacy Lambe

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David Fincher Explains Passing Up Star Wars: Episode VII

29 September 2014 9:15 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Long before J.J. Abrams landed the role of overseeing Star Wars: Episode VII, seemingly every filmmaker in Hollywood was linked to Disney’s coveted director’s chair. However, one of the few directors who actually entered talked with the company was David Fincher, who spoke recently with Total Film about his decision to pass on the gig.

“I talked to Kathy about it, but I think that it’s a different thing from… I don’t know what Disney-Lucasfilm will be like. It’s tricky. My favorite is The Empire Strikes Back. If I said, ‘I want to do something more like that,’ then I’m sure the people paying for it would be like, ‘No! You can’t do that! We want it like the other one with all the creatures!’”.

While it’s not overly surprising that Fincher — who is considered one of the most astute directors in »

- Michael Briers

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TV News Wrap Up: ‘Outlander’ Return Date, Josh Holloway to Star in ‘Colony’ & More

28 September 2014 6:48 PM, PDT | | See recent Screen Rant news »

This Week in TV:

Starz unveils the Outlander season 1, part 2 premiere date; USA casts Josh Holloway (Lost) as the lead in Colony; Seth MacFarlane’s Blunt Talk casts Jacki Weaver (Silver Linings Playbook) as its female lead; and Netflix secures U.K. series Peaky Blinders.


Starz has announced that season 1 of its hit drama Outlander will return with the first of its final eight episodes on Saturday, April 4, 2015.

With season 2 already commissioned by the network, the adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s bestselling book series is certainly off to a strong start, but not just with the folks at Starz. ...

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- Daniel Johnson

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In Defence Of... 'The End', Lost's divisive and controversial series finale

28 September 2014 1:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Digital Spy presents Lost Week - seven days of special features celebrating 10 years of the game-changing Us TV drama.

The Lost finale was one of the most discussed TV events in recent memory - and like the Sopranos before it, it didn't instantly receive the most positive of reviews online. To this day, it remains an episode that will probably be met with a passionate response in one way or another.

While many fans were left confused or even angry with 'The End', there were just as many that loved how Lost concluded in 2010, including this writer.

Firstly, to quickly banish the biggest myth about Lost's end, they weren't dead all along. Everything that happened on the island happened. When Jack and his fellow survivors remembered each other in the flash-sideways universe, it occurred at a certain metaphysical moment of time long after every one of them had died »

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The character diversity of Lost was a secret strength of the show

27 September 2014 4:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

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This week a decade ago, the pilot aired for a show that would go on to become a milestone in television. That show was Lost and over the years, it has been praised and criticised for many things, while spawning a number of similar shows, most of which have failed to capture its magic. One area where Lost excelled, and beat out all its competitors, is its display of diversity, an aspect of the show that’s often overlooked.

This is perhaps most evident in the breadth of characters that have come through the show during its run. Most shows choose to have their main ensemble be American, even if the performers themselves are not, a trait common to nearly all the sprawling mystery shows that have attempted to replicate Lost’s success. Lost, however, was not afraid to mix up the nationalities and backgrounds of its characters. »

- Deepayan Sengupta

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Robert Downey Jr. Pens Moving Tribute to His Late Mother

26 September 2014 7:52 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Robert Downey Jr. lost his mother on Monday and today he's sharing a tear-jerking tribute to the woman that he owes his life to.

Robert Downey Jr. lost his mother on Monday and today he's sharing a tear-jerking tribute to the woman that he owes his life to.

Pics: Stars We've Lost

Elsie Ann Downey passed at the age of 80 after battling numerous health issues.

"As promotion for The Judge kicks off this weekend, I feel the need to run the risk of over sharing..." Rdj began his Facebook post on Friday. "My mom passed away early this week....I wanna say something about her life, and a generic 'obit' won't suffice..."

In the post, Downey Jr. went on to cover his mother's lackluster acting career and struggle with addiction as well as her bond with him and his children.

"While I strived to have the kind of success that eluded her, my own addiction »

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Everything you need to know about 'Once Upon a Time' season 4

26 September 2014 1:45 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent - Inside TV news »

Expectations for the upcoming fourth season of Once Upon a Time have never been higher.

After three seasons of introducing various fairy tale figures from years past—including characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Peter Pan, Pinocchio and even The Wizard of Oz—the ABC drama is tapping into a property that was released less than a year ago: The highly popular Frozen.

When Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) returned from their time-traveling journey to the past in the season 3 finale, they unknowingly brought along a stowaway from Rumplestiltskins’s (Robert Carlyle) vault: Frozen’s »

- Natalie Abrams

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Captain Morgan Has Your Cocktail for the Weekend, Snooki Welcomes a Baby Girl + More in Today’s Last Lap

26 September 2014 1:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

It’s the weekend and that means one thing: Time to punch things up with some Captain Morgan. But first: Snooki gives birth, Kim Kardashian gets booed at Paris Fashion Week, and Chris Pratt readies for the premiere of Saturday Night Live. All that and more in today’s Last Lap.

Snooki gave birth for a second time, welcomes baby girl. [MTV] Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West got booed after arriving a few minutes late to Friday’s Lanvin show in Paris. [E!] Britney Spears is gifting Kate Middleton her entire new collection of lingerie. [Vanity Fair] Kerry Washington is the best. And she schools Jimmy Fallon in a game of “Box of Lies.” [EW] Watch Bill Hader do impressions of his former SNL cast members. [Vulture] Former Lost star Josh Holloway is reuniting with producer Carlton Cuse for the creator’s new series, Colony. [THR] Aidan Gillen, Game of Thrones’ slippery Littlefinger, is joining The Maze Runner »

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Lost’s Josh Holloway To Lead New Carlton Cuse Show Colony

26 September 2014 12:31 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The USA Network has picked up Carlton Cuse’s new show, Colony. His former colleague, Josh Holloway, has also signed on to lead the futuristic series for what’s turning out to be an unofficial Lost reunion.

Jumping onto the popular dystopia bandwagon, the show will take place in Los Angeles in 2015, following a mysterious foreign occupation. There’s no details of whether those intruders are from a different country or another planet. The concept of otherworldly visitors, and the downright bizarre shouldn’t be too much of a leap for Cuse or Holloway. The pair previously worked on ABC’s sci-fi adventure smash, Lost, about a group of plane crash survivors on a strange island.

For this new serial, they’ll join forces on for “a naturalistic drama about a family forced to make difficult choices as they balance staying together with surviving an existential threat to the human race. »

- Gem Seddon

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‘Lost's’ Josh Holloway to Reunite With Carlton Cuse on USA's ‘Colony’

26 September 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

USA Network is staging a “Lost” reunion. “Lost” star Josh Holloway will star on “Colony,” which is executive produced by Carlton Cuse, the creator of the popular ABC series. Holloway will play the lead in the upcoming drama pilot, which marks the first time the two men have worked together since “Lost” ended its run in 2010. He'll play Will Bowman, a former FBI agent who — to protect his family — is forced to collaborate with the occupational government to bring down the growing resistance movement inside the Los Angeles colony. Also read: USA Network Renews ‘Suits’ for Season 5 A co-production between. »

- Jethro Nededog

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Lost's Josh Holloway, Carlton Cuse to Reunite in USA Network Pilot Colony

26 September 2014 11:48 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Lost‘s Josh Holloway is going baaaaack… to working with his former boss.

The actor will star in Colony, a USA Network drama pilot from Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse, TVLine has confirmed.

Holloway will play former FBI agent Will Bowman, who lives in Los Angeles with his family while the city is occupied by an alien regime. Will is forced to work with the occupying government to thwart a growing resistance movement.

Cuse (Bates Motel, The Strain) will write and executive-produce the project with Ryan Condal (Hercules).

Holloway’s most recent TV project, CBS’ Intelligence, was cancelled in May after one season. »

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Josh Holloway cast in 'Lost' producer's new sci-fi drama

26 September 2014 11:46 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent - Inside TV news »

USA Network is staging a Lost reunion, casting fan favorite Josh Holloway in writer-producer Carlton Cuse’s new sci-fi drama pilot Colony.

EW has confirmed that Holloway will star in project, follows characters living in a modern-day Los Angeles during a state of occupation by alien forces. “Some collaborate with the authorities and benefit from the new order, while others rebel and suffer the consequences.”

Holloway will play the main character, Will Bowman, a former FBI agent who is forced to collaborate with the occupational government seeking to crush a growing resistance movement in order to protect his family.

If greenlit, »

- James Hibberd

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‘Lost’ Star Josh Holloway Reunites with Carlton Cuse for USA Pilot ‘Colony’

26 September 2014 11:31 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Josh Holloway is back in biz with Carlton Cuse, signing on to star in the “Lost” co-showrunner’s futuristic drama pilot, “Colony,” for USA Network.

Project from Legendary TV and Universal Cable Prods. is set in Los Angeles in the very near future — 2015 — when the city is in a state of occupation. Holloway plays a former FBI agent who is forced to collaborate with the occupying government to fight the growing resistance movement in the city.

“Colony” marks the first time the thesp has worked with Cuse since “Lost” ended its six-season run on ABC in 2010. Holloway toplined the sci-fi CBS drama “Intelligence” last season.

Cuse penned the script for “Colony” with Ryan Condal.


- Cynthia Littleton

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'Lost's' Josh Holloway Reunites With Carlton Cuse to Star in USA's 'Colony'

26 September 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

USA Network is staging a major Lost reunion. Former Lost star Josh Holloway has landed the lead in the cabler's Carlton Cuse-produced drama pilot Colony,The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Colony, created and executive produced by Cuse and Hercules' Ryan Condal, is a naturalistic drama about a family forced to make difficult choices as they balance staying together with surviving an existential threat to the human race. Set in the near future, the story takes place in L.A., which exists in a state of occupation by a force of outside intruders. Some collaborate with the authorities and benefit from

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- Lesley Goldberg

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This 'Lost' Ending Aims to Satisfy the Audience (and It Also Includes Musical Numbers)

25 September 2014 2:15 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Before it wound up its run in 2010, every mystery answered on the hit series Lost only gave rise to new questions. For six seasons, showrunners Damon Lindelhof and Carlton Cuse vexed, delighted and surprised fans with the iconoclastic series, though many felt abandoned by a finale that was more confusing than satisfying. Four years later, with some perspective, an ounce of nostalgia and a ton of humor, Lost returns not to television but the stage at Hollywood’s Lillian Theatre where Lost the Musical: We Have to Go Back is enjoying its world premiere through Oct. 26.  “We open

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- Jordan Riefe

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Kevin Hart Is a Best Man for Hire in New The Wedding Ringer Trailer

25 September 2014 10:53 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Sony Pictures has released a new The Wedding Ringer trailer for director Jeremy Garelick’s upcoming comedy.  The story revolves around an introverted yet successful tech entrepreneur (Josh Gad) who hires the owner of The Best Man Inc. (Kevin Hart) to be the perfect best man, assemble fake groomsmen, and throw a killer wedding party.  The movie has a lot going for it—a promising comedic duo, a fun premise, and a heartfelt friendship story at its center—and this trailer is quite funny.  I imagine this will be a sizable hit in the empty January moviegoing landscape, and it’s certainly nice to see Lost alum Jorge Garcia onscreen again. Watch the new The Wedding Ringer trailer after the jump along with a few new images.  The film also stars Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Ken Howard, Olivia Thirlby, Cloris Leachman, Jenifer Lewis, and Mimi RogersThe Wedding Ringer opens in theaters on January 16, 2015. Via Yahoo! »

- Adam Chitwood

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Perfectly perfect in every way: Lost’s best episodes, by season

25 September 2014 4:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Lost was a landmark series for network television, a one-of-a-kind show that producers and executives are still trying, and failing, to recreate. It’s been ten years since it premiered, on September 22, 2004 (which, coincidentally, was the date of the crash of Oceanic 815). Rather than try to make a simple Top 10 Episodes list, which would induce nightmares of trying to rank drastically different installments, here are the best episodes from each of Lost’s six seasons, along with six runners up.

Season 1: “Walkabout”

Written by David Fury

Directed by Jack Bender

“Walkabout” is the episode that transforms John Locke from simple ensemble member to one of the focal points of the series, a character who up to this point has just been a mysterious hunter who smiles with orange peels in his mouth. He becomes so much more than that as the series goes on, as a member of two »

- George Morvis

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