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Bates Motel showrunner Carlton Cuse says that Lost will be rebooted sooner or later
Supernatural Western comic adaptation The Sixth Gun coming to NBC, not Syfy
Prometheus screenwriter Damon Lindelof on Ridley Scott sequel plans
First footage of Lost showrunner Carlton Cuse’s Bates Motel, coming 2013 to A&E
Vampire thriller The Strain to be “3 to 5 seasons max,” says Guillermo del Toro.
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory’s Freddie Highmore to star in Bates Motel.
Lost and Alcatraz star Jorge Garcia has been added to the cast of Once Upon A Time Season 2 as a giant.
Thor: The Dark World gains Lost’s Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as a bad guy, the sequel is due in cinemas 8 November 2013.
Lost’s Terry O’Quinn stars in new horror show 666 Park Avenue, created by Fringe’s David Wilcox and coming to ABC 30 September 2012.
Lost, Grimm, Total Recall and Bionic Woman stars cast in Hugh Jackman and James Mangold’s The Wolverine, due in cinemas 26 June 2013.
10 episodes of Bates Motel, the “Twin Peaks meets Smallville” prequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, have been ordered by A&E, to screen in 2013. What would you like to see from the young Norman Bates?
Stars Sam Neill and Jorge Garcia teases the direction of JJ Abrams’ Alcatraz Season 2, and say it’s “brilliant”. Do you think the show should be allowed more time to fulfil its potential?
Death Valley episode 4 ‘Two Girls, One Cop’ review, the latest episode of MTV’s horror comedy airs 20 February2012
Death Valley Episode 2 ‘Help Us Help You’ review, the second episode of MTV’s new zombie horror comedy finds its tone
MTV Death Valley Episode 1 ‘Pilot review, new zombie series stars Lost’s Tania Raymonde and Final Destination 3’s Texas Battle, and starts airing 30 January 2012
The Lost and Roswell star is expected to appear in episode 12
Barry Humphries to play the Goblin King in the Tolkein prequel
The TV favourite is the latest cast member added to the eagerly anticipated zombie flick
Includes Lost, Fringe and Caprica. It’s been a strange year.
Lost ended. Let’s talk about this.
Go on. Guess!
Disappointing sci-fi bookends.
Can too many deaths undermine a show’s impact?
Five of the best. Take a look!
Was it worth the wait?
Show struggling against other network hits.
Actress will revisit role in Lost’s final season, according to E!
As it turns out, ‘Lighthouse’ isn’t a total wreck.