Evangeline Lilly, who stars as the Wasp in Marvel's upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp , revealed that she flayed the skin off both of her forearms during a stunt that went wrong several years ago on the set of Lost . "There were open wounds, pus-y and oozing," she said during a panel discussion Wednesday night on the Fox lot about women in the stunt business. "I looked like a mutant. My mom said, 'You'll never be able to wear an evening gown again!'" Lilly also made it clear…
All six seasons of “Lost,” the supernatural drama that aired on ABC, are now available on Hulu — after Netflix’s subscription-streaming rights to the show expired. As of Jan. 4, all 121 episodes of “Lost” are available to Hulu subscribers. The series comes to Hulu as part of a deal with the Disney/ABC Television Group. […]
Now that "Jane the Virgin" fans can buy Jane Gloriana Villanueva's book "Snow Falling," we look back on other books by fictional characters that were published in real life, from “Lost,” “Twin Peaks,” “Castle,” and more.
Damon Lindelof discusses a showrunner's juggling act in the July 23 episode of AMC’s “Talking with Chris Hardwick.”
Emma Watson lost three silver rings during a spa day at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park in London. She posted a plea on Facebook asking fans to help her find them, including a family heirloom that she considers her "most meaningful and special possession."
In honor of the 10 year anniversary of "The Sopranos" finale, we ranked the Top 5 Series Finales of all time.
It was on September 26, 1986 — 30 years ago today — that Pamela Barnes Ewing awoke from a dream and negated an entire season of TV. Dallas was a soap opera juggernaut for CBS, and over 14 seasons and 357 episodes, the series had to get… creative at times. Then an entire season of TV happened, until Bobby’s ex-wife Pamela awoke in her bed and revealed that NONE OF IT HAPPENED! And Bobby was alive and showering.
It apparently wants to evoke memories of everything from the ’80s slasher film “Sleepaway Camp” to 2001’s “Wet Hot American Summer,” but it lacks the energy, sex quotient, and scares-per-hour to achieve anything except a certain awkward creepiness.
On its face, TBS’s new comedy Wrecked looks like a simple parody of Lost: Survivors of a plane crash contend with a mysterious island, only there are poop jokes. Yahoo TV spoke with the Shipleys as well as Zach Cregger (The Whitest Kids You Know) about keeping the comedy grounded enough to care about the characters, but wild enough that we don’t mind when one of them gets crushed by the nose of an airplane. “We conceptualized that [story idea] pretty early,” says Justin.
When word spread in September that one of the new characters in Star Wars: The Force Awakens was named Ello Asty, it didn’t take fans long make the obvious Beastie Boys connection. Director J.J. Abrams is known to be a fan of the seminal rap trio, and to create the moniker for the alien, Abrams appeared to simply drop the first letters of both words from the Beasties’ 1998 album, Hello Nasty (which, it should be noted, includes the single “Intergalactic”). “It is for me,” Abrams said when we asked him this weekend if the Internet’s Beastie Boys assumption was correct. Related: Harrison Ford Nominates Himself to Play Young Han Solo in ‘Star Wars’ Spin-Off "Some names came from the creature department, some came from us, from me, from other people I’m working with.
Today is a very special day, Lost fans. Check out today’s date: April 8, 2015. Loyal viewers of ABC’s smash hit drama will recognize that those numbers line up exactly with Hurley’s infamous lottery ticket: 4-8-15-16-23-42. So at 4:23:42 p.m. today, we will have reached ultimate Lost nirvana.
Why Javier Grillo-Marxuach's exhaustive account of his time on "Lost" has us descending down the hatch into "Lost"-obsession all over again.
The executive producer of "Bates Motel," "The Returned," "The Strain," and "Lost" poses questions to viewers. Email us your answers by March 27. We'll post his response on April 6.
Wednesday night’s two-hour season finale of "Empire" brought the Cookie and the crazy, capped off by the perfect last line: “Game time, bitches.” Lucious Lyon’s jailhouse vow joins a long line of excellent season-ending bits of dialogue. Here’s a look back at some of our favorite sign-offs. (WARNING: Spoilers ahead!)
On January 10, 1999, a bathrobe-clad Tony Soprano first bent over to pick up a Star-Ledger in his driveway — and TV changed forever. No reality TV here, folks: just the 99 richest, most fascinating fictional characters from both comedies and dramas to grace the small screen over the past decade and a half.