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Watch: 10th Anniversary ‘Lost’ PaleyFest Panel, Creators Definitively Deny "Everyone Was Dead" Theory

  • By Charlie Schmidlin
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  • March 24, 2014 10:36 AM
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Ten years on from its stunning pilot episode, “Lost” and its mysteries still hold the power to render shafted fans blind with fury, and defenders ultra-articulate as to why the finale ended the show on a perfect note. The latter viewpoint definitely won out this past weekend during a PaleyFest reunion panel with the “Lost” cast and creators, but aside from revealing many entertaining behind-the-scenes stories about the show, showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse also explained certain narrative details, and laid to rest a few of the main theories surrounding the show. Spoilers, naturally.

'The Butler'-Esque Drama Heads To ABC, Kevin James Returns To Sitcoms & More

  • By Cain Rodriguez
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  • October 3, 2013 11:38 AM
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As “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” continues its sleeper hit success, ABC has decided (per Deadline) to produce a limited series focused on a different White House servant, Paul Jennings. Adapted from Elizabeth Dowling Taylor’s “A Slave in the White House,” the show would focus on Jennings, a Virginia-born slave, as he simultaneously acts as President James Madison’s personal valet and as an anti-slavery activist. The show will be written and co-executive produced by “LUV” filmmakers Sheldon Candis and Justin Wilson, with Candis also handling directorial duties as he did on their first film. For now, the show’s only eyed as a 12-hour limited series though, as “Under the Dome” showed, the life of the show can always be extended in the event of runaway success.

'The Strain' Heads To FX, Guillermo Del Toro To Direct Pilot, Will Run 3 To 5 Seasons At Most

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • September 20, 2012 5:44 PM
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...becuase he doesn't already have five thousand other things to do, Guillermo Del Toro is headed to the small screen, with a project that is very close to his heart, and one that will bring his specific brand of terror to living rooms across America.

'Lost' Writer Carlton Cuse Penning 'San Andreas 3D'

  • By Charlie Schmidlin
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  • July 19, 2012 12:37 PM
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As Damon Lindelof incurred with “Prometheus” the vitriolic fanbase appetizer to this weekend's Bat-activities, “Lost” co-showrunner Carlton Cuse must have felt pretty good with his decision to shun the spotlight after their show's end. However, as New Line has spent the last year putting together a new earthquake flick to no avail, Cuse finally looks ready to face the admittedly unknown quotient of disaster film aficionados.

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