The View - Kate Gosselin
Kate Gosselin is returning to The View on March 11, ABC announced Thursday.
Gosselin, 34, previously co-hosted the daytime chat fest for three days in...
Poor Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell). As if falling into the Swan hatch and exploding the bomb wasn't enough of a sendoff at the close of Lost's Season 5, she died in the final season opener in Sawyer's arms — after a final kiss and a mysterious message. While fans are still mourning the loss of Dr. Burke, TVGuide.com jumped on the phone with Mitchell, who's shooting ABC's alien-invasion drama V in Vancouver. The 39-year-old actress says that Juliet may be dead, but Mitchell is returning to Hawaii soon as the show winds down. So who was Juliet asking to coffee? What does "it worked" mean?
Sarah Chalke is heading to Capitol Hill.
The Scrubs actress, 33, has been cast in the new ABC pilot Freshman as...
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Check out our Lost Episode Recap of the final season's premiere: "LA X (Parts I and II)"
iTunes has launched six exclusive seven-track collections inspired by characters from the ABC drama (called "Lost Tracks"). Songs range from Bon Jovi's "Bad Medicine" from Kate Austen's collection to Marvin Gaye's "Can I Get a Witness" from John Locke's selections. A playlist of "Dharma's Tracks" features head-trippers like Tina Turner's "Acid Queen" from The Who's Tommy, Three Dog Night's "Shambala" and "Dharma Lady" by Geronimo Jackson, a fictional musician in the show's mythology.
Lost producers announce series finale date
Check out all the playlists after the jump.
Oscar nominee Virginia Madsen will play the lead role in ABC's new dramedy Scoundrels, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Based on the New Zealand series titled Outrageous Fame, Scoundrels centers on a matriarch (Madsen) of a criminal family who wants ...
Lost's sixth and final season premiere was up 12 percent over last year's opener, but American Idol continued to dominate Tuesday nights.
Read our Lost and American Idol recaps
Lost's two-hour premiere averaged 12.1 million viewers and dominated the adults-18-to-49 demographic in both timeslots. It was the ABC's best two-hour performance since November 2007. ABC kicked off the night with a Lost clip show, which pulled in a decent 10 million viewers.
Fox dominated at 8 o'clock, however, as American Idol's Denver auditions drew 24.4 million viewers...
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men's continued ratings success led CBS to a Monday night win, according to Nielsen estimates.
Bang Theory (15.4 million viewers) scored the night's highest rating among 18-to-49-year-olds, while Men (16.5 million) was the night's most-watched program. The strong lead-in helped...
Matthew Fox and Terry O'Quinn
What's old is new again: Tuesday's episode of Lost answered several questions, but it also raised several others. We learned what happened when Juliet bashed Jughead with such purpose, who's still alive, who died and who — spoiler alert! — rose from the dead. We finally got confirmation on those rumors that Season 6 would show us what happened if Oceanic 815 landed safely in Los Angeles. We even got to see a glimpse of the long-missing Claire. But we also met some new characters, whose roles in the big picture are intriguing, but are, naturally, as yet unclear. It's a heady brew, as usual, and I'm already half in the bag.
Namaste, y'all! Can you believe we're finally here — on the verge of the beginning of the end? Mickey O'Connor here, ready to plunge back into the crazy hot tub called Lost (clothing optional!) — won't you join me? The water's warm!
On this week's episode of The Bachelor, the talk comes to marriage as Jake and the five girls remaining try to find love in San Francisco. After only a few weeks, and last week's bachelorette bloodbath (sending four girls home in one episode), Jake must now make the tough decisions as the hometown dates episode nears.