As the official 2014-2015 TV season kicks off on Monday, Sept. 22, we're about to find out whether TV's unofficial "Rule of 4" will strike again.
What's the "Rule of 4"? Quite simply, in the past few decades, years that ended in "4" have turned out to be game-changing seasons in network TV. In 1984, The Cosby Show premiered and immediately revived a moribund NBC, as well as the entire sitcom genre.
By 1994, NBC was struggling once again — until Friends and ER came along and made the Peacock Network an unstoppable force for the rest of the decade. By 2004, it was ABC on the ropes, until Lost and Desperate Housewives debuted and turned that network around.
Are you a Lost aficionado or do you need to spend more time on the island?
In honor of the show's milestone anniversary — officially Monday, Sept. 22 — we revisited Lost from its brilliant pilot episode to that still-polarizing head-scratcher of an ending. See how well you remember all things Dharma and beyond with our "How Well Do You Know Lost?" quiz here, and tell us your favorite and least favorite Lost moments in the comments!
Courtney Stodden and her estranged husband Doug Hutchinson have reconciled, her mother tells Fox News.
"Courtney realized just how much love she really had for Doug," Krista Keller said. "They really love each other and wanted to be together."
Celebrity Couples: Can you believe they dated?
Stodden, just 16 at the time, married the Lost actor in 2011. "We're aware that our vast age difference is extremely controversial," the couple said at the time. "But we're very much in love and want to get the message out that true love can be ageless."
Lost alum Sonya Walger and Revolution's Zak Orth have landed guest-starring roles on Elementary, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Another Lost alum is making their way back to Hawaii!
William Mapother, who played one of the Others — the sinister Ethan Rom — has been tapped to guest-star on the upcoming season of Hawaii Five-0, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Exclusive: Hawaii Five-0 adds Crazy Ones alum Amanda Setton