We have to go back?
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We have to go back?
If the "Lost" gang was stranded on an island (IMAGINE THAT), what album would they bring with them?
'Lost' was one of the most ambitious and creative TV shows ever. But, it was almost something else.
'Lost' alum Terry O'Quinn (John Locke) will also make an appearance.
Turns out Walt from "Lost" is the MK in MKTO, the group behind the song "Classic."
How intense public scrutiny in the wake of 'The Lost' finale brought out the best in Damon Lindelof.
How 'Quantum Leap' prepared me for a lifetime of television disappointments.
In a new profile in the New York Times, Damon Lindelof discusses all things Lindelof, past and present.
Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof come clean on the series worst episode of 'Lost,' which they admit motivated them to end the show.
'Lost' showrunner Carlton Cuse thinks that 'Lost' is too valuable a franchise to ABC for it not to use it again.
Narm: Tragic moments in television history that, divorced from their context, are hilarious moments in television history.
Local Omaha's KETV NewsWatch 7 teased a story on Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 theories with a poorly Photoshoped 'Lost' poster mashup. Good job.
Watch the entire hour-long 'Lost' panel from PaleyFest, and check out how well Malcolm David Kelley, who played Walt, grew up.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is still missing. The pilots are suspect, more countries are joining in the search, and questions remain unanswered.
Five great television shows that can be better appreciated with extra reading on the side.
A collection of barely memorable characters from otherwise memorable series: The Ann Veals of Modern TV.
Don't worry, your binge watching is completely normal according to Netflix and it benefits the shows you choose to watch.
Evangeline Lilly stopped by Conan to promote 'The Hobbit' and provided a damning argument for elvish being the sexiest of all sci-fi/fantasy languages.
When a series-long arc will breaks from its predicted path, sometimes the narrative right turns work, and sometimes they do not.
Many are angry at 'Family Guy' killing off Brian, calling it lazy writing. I ask what are some of the laziest deaths in television.