Evangeline Lilly, Lost
Featured in this week's Getting Lost video:
• Did Kate make a massive mistake by revealing the truth about the Oceanic survivors to Sawyer's babymama? See what Cassidy's portrayer had to say.
• Is Kate correct in her belief that Claire is alive? Get the latest word from Emilie de Ravin herself!
• Next week in the episode "Dead Is Dead," Ben summons the Smoke Monster for a "meeting." See what one Lost expert has to say about ol' Smokey's origins.
• I pass along TVGuide.com readers' best theories as to where/when Daniel Faraday currently is. This week's Burning Question then asks for your thoughts on other "missing" characters.
Watch and discuss this week's getting Lost after the jump!
Thursday's ratings recap:
Survivor returned with a season-low 11.2 million total viewers, thanks in part to NBC's ER retrospective, which drew 10.56 mil. Bones placed third with 9 mil, a dip of 570K from its previous outing.
ABC's comedies were not laughing, as both In the Motherhood (5 mil) and Samantha Who? (4.8 mil) plunged 26 percent. Smallville (3.8 mil) saw a 50K uptick.
ER's two-hour (and rather awesome) series finale was the night's most-watched program, averaging 16.2 million viewers and even flirting with 18 mil at the 10 0'clock mark. That tally represents the largest audience for the final episode of a drama series since Murder, She Wrote circa 1996. (Be sure to check out Trish's fantastic recap of the ER ender.) CSI's William Friedkin-directed 200th episode placed second at 9 pm, drawing a season low of 14.38 mil. Facing stiff competition, Hell's Kitchen (7 mil) saw one-third of its audience get flambéed. Supernatural gained 110 thou, hitting 3.28 mil.
Placing second behind ER, Eleventh Hour returned to an audience of 10.38 mil, down 12 percent from its last fresh episode.
NBC is taking a huge gamble with Jay Leno's new 10 pm talk show, but not everyone wants to bet: Boston's NBC affiliate, WHDH-TV, is opting to air a newscast instead of the outgoing Tonight Show host's new show.
"We feel we have a real opportunity with running the news at 10 pm. We don't think the Leno show is going to be ...
A Malawian judge has rejected Madonna's request to adopt a 3-year-old girl due to a residency requirement, her lawyer said.
Malawian regulation requires prospective parents to reside in the country for 18 to 24 months.
Madonna's lawyer, Alan Chinula, told The Associated Press that the pop star, who did not attend Friday's hearing, can appeal ...
Dichen Lachman, Dollhouse
This week on Fox's Dollhouse (Fridays, 9 pm/ET), Echo, Sierra and three other actives "wake up" — for realz — in their sleeping pods, fully aware that they have had their lives commandeered for some sort of "experiment." What happens when dolls don't play nice and instead start busting up their house? Dichen Lachman, the Australian-Tibetan actress who plays Sierra, gave us a preview. Plus: Just how much of each other are the "Dolls" seeing in the community shower?
TVGuide.com: I called you a "scene-stealer" when we first met, because of your guns a-blazing arrival in the pilot. But you've since gone on to give this steely show some humanity.
Dichen Lachman: Yes, seeing myself with the guns and stuff was really strange, yet it was fun because it's so far removed from who we are. But yeah, Sierra goes through a lot of ...
Rescue Me's Callie Thorne knows her character Sheila has a tendency to act a little... what's the word... crazytown? But come season five of the FX drama series (premiering April 7, 10 pm/ET), the 9/11 widow has every intention of starting fresh and putting her past — Tommy included — behind her. Unfortunately for Sheila, that may be easier said than done.
A man arrested for trying to break into the Dancing with the Stars studios was given a traffic citation in Alabama on the way out to California, according to the Associated Press.
Loxley, Ala., police stopped Robert O'Ryan on March 19 for having expired insurance and tags. He told the officer he planned to drive from Florida to California to meet Shawn Johnson, who is competing on Dancing. "I've been communicating with her. Basically I'm going to..."
Teri Hatcher, Gale Harold
Gale Harold will be returning to Desperate Housewives in May, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Harold (Queer As Folk)'s Jackson Braddock will resurface in the May 3 episode, and sources are describing his stay on Wisteria Lane as...
Daniel Cosgrove and Marcy Rylan
Barely a day after CBS announced a Sept. 18 series finale for Guiding Light, there is talk that the long-running daytime drama might find a way to run a bit longer, somewhere else. Get the latest word from Marcy Rylan (Lizzie) and Daniel Cosgrove (Bill), after the jump.
Looks like viewers will get to see more of Walter White's transition from meek chemistry teacher to meth kingpin: Breaking Bad has been renewed for a third season.<