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.
Spoiler Alert: The first four minutes of the Lost premiere were released and we dive straight into the mystery of ... OK, so we won't give that away here. Check out the video below to get the dish on what's ahead for the Flight Oceanic 815 passengers. Plus: executive producer Damon Lindelof discusses which mysteries will be solved this season...
Lost - Josh Holloway, Evangeline Lilly
One of the major mysteries surrounding the final season of Lost is how the infamous love quadrangle among Kate (Evangeline Lilly), Sawyer (Josh Holloway), Jack (Matthew Fox) and Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell) will turn out.
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While Lilly tells TVGuide.com that Kate shouldn't end up with either of the men, Holloway would like Sawyer to come out with at least one thing from Kate. And just because Lilly doesn't want to see Kate with Jack or Sawyer, doesn't mean she doesn't have thoughts on who her character should end up with. She may have slipped a major spoiler in the video below.
Lost - Terry O'Quinn
The Lost wait is nearly over. But before Season 6 debuts, new footage has been released, some of which wasn't even seen in Hawaii, where the first half of the two-hour premiere was shown.
See the first 4 minutes of the Lost season premiere
One of the more important questions that will be answered this season is "Why are you on this island?" Un-Locke (aka the Man in Black) tells Jack in the new promo that it will be answered. "I promise I'll tell you everything," he adds.
Check out the new Lost footage and discuss in the comments.
Viewership for the 52nd annual Grammys rose dramatically, drawing its best audience since 2004 and continuing this awards season's uptick in the ratings.
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Early estimates show some 26.6 million viewers watched Sunday's telecast — a whopping 35 percent improvement over 2009's ceremony, which drew 19.1 million viewers. The big numbers led CBS to an easy victory, with ABC placing a distant second for the night...
Before we go any further, let's make one thing clear: the polar bears maybe aren't that big a deal. That's just one of the hints Lost executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof dropped about the sixth and final season of the show when we interviewed them at the show's Hawaii premiere party. They also told us a bit about the Man in Black, promised to explain the Smoke Monster, and told us who's really dead...