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Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to email@example.com.
Will we find out whether Desmond was really on the plane on the season premiere of Lost? — Carrie
MICKEY: "We will answer that question very shortly in the show," executive producer Carlton Cuse tells us. "It will absolutely be clear whether he was on the plane or not." Does this help? We're also hearing that the next time Desmond appears, which might not be for a while, it'll be with Penny at his side.
What's the latest word on a love interest for Catherine on CSI? — Sid
ADAM: Well, the latest words are "The Panty Sniffer." Before your filthy minds get ahead of you, that's...
What's one way to cope with directing withdrawal? Chop off your hair.
That's what Matthew Gray Gubler did.
"When it ended, I was so distraught, like, 'Oh no! What do I do?' ... I was so bored. I just flipped out and ...
After seven seasons of sex scenes, surgeries and more sex scenes, Nip/Tuck fans may be surprised at how writer/creator Ryan Murphy opted to end the FX drama.
Nip/Tuck stars land pilot roles
At least that's what Dylan Walsh, who plays Sean McNamara, hinted as he praised Murphy "for coming up with ...
Dax Shepard may be best known for playing pranks on the rich and famous on Punk'd, but don't call the 35-year-old comic, or his latest character, a slacker. "For the record...
The Hurt Locker
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences banned Hurt Locker producer Nicholas Chartier from attending Sunday's ceremony because he violated Academy campaigning standards with an e-mail urging voters to support his film over Avatar, the Academy announced Tuesday.
The Academy has strict rules against "casting a negative or derogatory light on a competing film," it said in a statement. Chartier has since apologized for the e-mail, which encouraged voters to support The Hurt Locker over Avatar, which he described as "a...
Jay Leno returned to the Tonight Show the same way he left it: At No. 1 in the ratings.
The Tonight Show scored 6.6 million viewers to handily defeat The Late Show, which earned 3.8 million viewers for Leno's longtime rival, David Letterman. Leno's ratings were up 45 percent over Conan O'Brien's average Tonight Show numbers, but were a whopping 58 percent lower than O'Brien's ratings on his first night on the job, back in June.
In prime time, ABC was the big winner with...
Will Southland be different on TNT from what it was on NBC?
Aside from obvious changes like basic cable's less restrictive profanity guidelines, the raw cop drama is still very much the show that NBC canceled before its second season even began. TNT is running the six episodes already produced for NBC.
Southland: TNT will air existing episodes, no new episodes ordered
"The show now has a chance to sink or swim on its own merits and not based on some seemingly arbitrary business decision," Michael Cudlitz tells TVGuide.com. "If people watch the show, we will survive. If they don't, we won't."
The show continues to provide a riveting ride-along look at the dangerous aspects of law enforcement in Los Angeles...
Lost - Naveen Andrews
On Tuesday's episode of Lost, Sayid must make a difficult decision and Claire will make her way to the Temple. Plus: I hear that Sayid's love, Nadia, and freighter folk Keamy and Owen will all appear — what do you think that's all about?
I'll post a full recap later, but in the meantime, please use this space to share your thoughts on "Sundown."
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