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Lost (tv program)

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  • Below-the-Line Bookings

    The Gersh Agency has booked producer Jean Higgins ("Lost") on Amazon Studios pilot "Man in the High Castle," helmed by David Semel; production designer Michael Hanan ("The Bridge") on Spike TV miniseries "King Tut"; and editor Joe Leonard ("Glee") on...
  • Dylan O'Brien Dishes on Positive Fan Reaction, Claustrophobia Inside 'Maze Runner'

    Ever since the 2009 publication of "The Maze Runner," fans of James Dashner's novel have wondered how the film would look onscreen. So did James Dashner. "I'm a movie fan actually, before books. I see every movie that comes out, so having this thing that...
  • Lost cumple 10 aniversario | FOTOS

    LOS ANGELES - "¡Tenemos que volver, Kate!", gritaba Matthew Fox al término de la tercera temporada de "Lost", el momento bisagra de una de las series más fascinantes y adictivas de la televisión, estrenada ahora hace 10 años. Y esa, la de volver, es...
  • 'The Leftovers': The problem with its brilliant first season

    'The Leftovers': The problem with its brilliant first season
    If Damon Lindelof had any doubts about his ability to create another memorable TV show after "Lost," let the outstanding first season of "The Leftovers," which just concluded Sunday on HBO, speak for itself. You couldn't blame Lindelof if he second-...
  • TV's First Responders ditch their DVR time-shifting so they can live-tweet in real time

    From the moment it premiered, Showtime's high-stakes, wildly ambitious spy thriller "Homeland" was not so much discussed as it was anointed. It was the first drama to both embody post-9/11 anxiety and serve as a master class in acting, a narrative high-...
  • 'The Americans,' FX lead TCA Award nominations

    'The Americans,' FX lead TCA Award nominations
    "The Americans" and its channel, FX, led the pack in the Television Critics Assn. awards nominations, announced Monday morning. The first season of the Cold War spy drama starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys grabbed four nominations, including a...
  • 'World War Z' could rise from the dead

    In the new zombie epic "World War Z," Brad Pitt jets around the world seeking an elusive solution to an intractable problem. He's been doing a lot of that in real life too. Six months ago, Pitt's new movie appeared doomed — by a release-date...
  • TMI: 'Man of Steel' needs less talk from Jor-El

    I have a theory for what is causing "Man of Steel's" faster-than-expected slide at the box office: Jor-El. Around the fifth time Russell Crowe materializes as Jor, the long-dead father of Clark Kent, a.k.a. Kal-El, a.k.a. Superman, I wanted to scream....
  • Brett Martin and Alan Sepinwall look at the TV revolution

    The unexpected death of James Gandolfini, who was best known for his work on the series "The Sopranos," recently re-ignited the conversation over How Much Television has Changed, which has become so intense and widespread in the last few years that...
  • Four female Chinese directors to watch

    Four female Chinese directors to watch
    BEIJING — Eva Jin isn't the only female director making waves in China. This year alone, Zhao Wei's "So Young" made nearly $115 million and Xue Xiaolu's "Finding Mr. Right" took in $85 million. Shaoyi Sun, a professor of film and TV at Shanghai...
  • Behind closed doors at 'Masters of Sex'

    Behind closed doors at 'Masters of Sex'
    Disrobing for the cameras may not be easy at first, but after a while it can acquire a certain workaday familiarity. "Now I don't even get nervous about it," Lizzy Caplan said after a day of shooting on the Sony lot in Culver City. Such anxiety could be...