Aaron Tveit and Holley Fain
Remember when Nate was poor and huddling under a tartan sleeping bag trying to keep warm in the basement of his family's seized Upper East Side townhouse on Gossip Girl? Well, don't worry, he isn't poor anymore because... well, something happened, I'm a little unclear actually. Read on to see who will accompany Nate's new gravy train...
Have you been Getting Lost?
In the third installment of our recurring video series, Daniel Dae Kim — whose Jin has been resurrected in dramatic fashion — addresses two hot topics coming out of this week's episode, "The Little Prince":
• What on earth must Jin now be thinking, having been rescued by a young Danielle Rousseau?
• What's in store for Jin as this season continues on?
Also: Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse tease a romance on the horizon. Will it involve Jack and/or Kate and/or Sawyer?
Watch and discuss the new Getting Lost after the jump.
Craig Horner with Bridget Regan, Legend of the Seeker
Fans of Legend of the Seeker have two big reasons to raise their swords and hurrah. One, the syndicated action-adventure series (based on the Sword of Truth novels by Terry Goodkind) has been picked up for a second season. But also, a Legend-ary faceoff soon will come to fruition.
Asked to look ahead to Season 2, Craig Horner, who stars as Richard Cypher/the Seeker, says ...
Daniel Dae Kim and Yunjin Kim, Lost
SPOILER ALERT: The following news story contains spoilers from this week's episode of Lost.
Lost has put to rest once and for all the matter of Jin's fate, and in doing uncorked a whole new twist and several big questions. Read on for for one cast member's reaction to this week's episode, and get a sneak peek at what's to come.
Pie lovers nationwide are still pining for Pushing Daisies, but they'll have something new to savor when series alum Swoosie Kurtz arrives on Wisteria Lane.
The actress, who played Aunt Lily on ABC's canceled series, is guest-starring on Desperate Housewives as a potential love interest for one of the characters, her rep confirms for TVGuide.com. "[Housewives writer] Marc Cherry is writing something really..."
Olivia Wilde (House), Ali Larter (Heroes), Kiefer Sutherland (24
Senior editors Matt Mitovich, Mickey O'Connor and Tim Molloy answer your questions. Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
House is my favorite show, but I am getting sick of this season's Thirteen-centered storylines. When will we see more of Wilson, who has been woefully underused? — Gillian
MATT: Personally, I'm (Olivia) Wilde for Thirteen, partly because her portrayer gives great quotes on the red carpet (and, ahem, is definitely not chilly). But I hear your woe, and can promise that Robert Sean Leonard has meaty stuff coming up later this season, only some of which has to do with Wilson's long-lost brother. Also, for what it's worth (and as hinted at this week), we'll also be spending a bit more time with Peter Jacobson's Taub.
I hear that either Hayden Panettiere or Ali Larter wants to be released from her Heroes contract. Is this true? — Brian
TIM: One of the key Heroes dies at the end of this volume, so that would be an easy out. But Larter ...
Matt Dallas, Kirsten Prout, Jaimie Alexander
The bad news: Kyle XY is in the midst of its final season. The good news: Fans of ABC Family's version of Starman-meets-One Tree Hill can count on some closure.
Well, for the most part. Read on to see how Kyle wil end.
The "Untitled Amy Poehler Sitcom" is decidedly untitled no more.
Not long after its tentative name, Public Service, was revealed, NBC has decided instead to dub the Office-style mockumentary Parks and Recreation.
Explaining the title switch, NBC entertainment co-chairman Ben Silverman told the New York Times ...
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:
• It's the face-off 24 fans have been waiting for — Chloe vs. Janice! Mary Lynn Rajskub shares a peek at what happens when socket monkey meets socket monkey.
• Will a picture trigger a thousand angry words between CSI: Miami's Eric and Calleigh?
• A Star Trek reunion is coming to TNT. See which show is playing host, and who all is involved.
Watch and discuss the new MMM after the jump.
Jake Weber, Maria Lark, Patricia Arquette, Medium
Medium returned for its fifth season Monday, Feb. 2 (10 pm/ET, NBC) with an appropriately ghostly murder mystery featuring guest star Max Casella (The Sopranos) as a mysterious suitor who goes to great lengths for true love. Future episodes will mark a shift in how Allison (Patricia Arquette) "sees" things (look for a True Blood star to cameo), as the line between the corporeal and ethereal worlds is blurred. On the homefront, Joe's got a sweet new job, Ariel's teen years are ready to rear their ugly head and Bridgette is drawing naked pictures in art class. TVGuide.com listened in as Arquette and her TV hubby, Jake Weber, bickered like a real married couple. See what they agreed on — and what they didn't — after the jump...