TCA 2014: Even the best screenwriters do their fair share of searching
TV festival takes place March 13-28
The zombie drama isn't on an island, but is moving in circles
The frank, funny and engaging tweeter gives up -- but come on, is he REALLY gone?
There's just enough wiggle room to allow for an ending that's more "Lost" than "Apollo 13"
The release of the nearly 80-minute parody of the biopic genre was delayed two days due to the Boston Bombings
Executive producer Paul Scheuring says the serial drama will "reset every year" like "24"
J.J. Abrams has produced a slew of hit shows over the past decade, including "Lost," "Fringe" and "Revolution"
New York Television Festival promises 26 development deals. But nothing can guarantee getting on the air
A 103-degree red carpet, roll-away coolers of ice water, competing “Bridesmaids” and the hidden highlights and stolen moments inside Saturday’s Creative Arts Emmys.
A&E orders "Psycho"-inspired show straight to series
And yes, they did sometimes make it up as they went along
Recurring role on CBS' cop-drama revamp will also reunite him with "Lost" castmate Daniel Dae Kim.
Sherman is former president of Bad Robot
Sutter and "Lost" co-creator Damon Lindelof don't sympathize with "Mad Men" creator
Both shows have time travel, character-driven drama, and scary monsters -- but 'Terra Nova' seeks a wider audience
Abrams, "Lost" writer return to a mystery-filled island
Written by R. Kelly, "One More Chance" has never aired ... until now
Ratings skids for 'The Event' and 'No Ordinary Family' and cancellation of 'Rubicon' prove 'Lost' formula is tough to bottle
The actor is in final negotiations to join Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner in Paramount's Brad Bird-directed sequel
The network greenlights a pilot that will reunite Abrams with "Lost" stars Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson
"Why Did I Get Married Too?" is the week's best-selling disc
"Date Night" remains the week's most rented disc, while "Last Song" loses a few steps
The "Lost" maestro is heading to the famous San Francisco Bay island
A few factors threaten to change the complexion of the most predictable of awards shows
It's an unusual venue for an awards campaign, but Emmy hopefuls are out in force in San Diego
Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, themselves nominated for a writing Emmy, say it's gratifying that all nominees from the show have been there for its...
On the eve of the Emmy nominations, a guide to who's favored, and who may be left out
Draws most viewers for the fifth straight month; Fox's "Idol" gets the most monthly streams
Juliet and Jin move to TV; Jack and a slew of others hit the action-film circuit