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Lost, NCIS, Vampire Diaries

Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Which original cast members are returning to Lost? — AnnatheBelle
MICKEY: Well, you heard about Michael and Libby, right? Add them to the list that includes Juliet, Charlie, Boone and Helen (aka characters believed to be dead who have signed on to reappear in Season 6). But what about Walt — will we see him again? "We would like to have him back, but he's aged and looks much older than his character, so that's the problem with him," executive producer Carlton Cuse told us. "We're still seeing if there's a way to work that out." Cross your fingers!

I need to know more about Tony and Ziva's trip overseas on NCIS! — Mark
ADAM:
Tiva ends up in... read more

Exclusive: Lost's Naveen Andrews to Guest on Law & Order: SVU

Naveen Andrews

Lost star Naveen Andrews has signed on to film a guest spot on an episode of Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

The details of his role are being kept under wraps for now, but the episode starts filming in the next week or so in New York.

A poster for Lost's final season revealed

Andrews, 40, plays Sayid Jarrah on ABC's Lost, which is still shooting its final season in Hawaii. (A source tells us they're on Episode 6 of 18.)

Let's not jump to any conclusions though... read more

Mega Buzz on Lost, Heroes, Vampire Diaries and More!

Lost, The Vampire Diaries, Heroes

Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Any Lost scoop? — Ari
MICKEY: You can add Katey Sagal's name to the list of Lost alums who have jetted off to Hawaii to shoot scenes for the final season. Call me a romantic, but I never believed that Locke's beloved Helen was actually dead; that whole cemetery scene reeked of fakery. Plus, we've all heard the rumors about Season 6 employing an alternate timeline (or, more intriguing, a "do-over" of Oceanic Flight 815), which means that even if Matthew Abaddon was telling the truth, Helen is still just as likely to be alive as, say, Charlie, Boone, Shannon, Eko or Juliet.

Sylar crawled out of the ground on Monday's Heroes. Does that mean no more Nathan? — Justin
ADAM: That remains to be seen. But I will tell you this... read more

30 Rock, Mad Men Repeat, While Jon Cryer and Toni Collette Surprise at Emmys

Alec Baldwin

"Congratulations guys, unbelievable" host Neil Patrick Harris said of seven-time Emmy champ Amazing Race at Sunday's 61st Primetime Emmy Awards. "Upsets at every turn."

Harris was joking about his loss in the supporting comedy actor category to Two and a Half Men's Jon Cryer, but also ironically summing up the mood on a night when repeat winners ruled with just a few new faces sprinkled in.

30 Rock and Mad Men repeated...
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Finale Fever! ABC Schedules 18 Season-Enders

Matthew Fox (Lost) and Katherine Heigl (Grey's Anatomy)

When will Lost drop its biggest boom of its penultimate season? When will the Walkers engage in their final family squabble? When will the good docs of Seattle Grace scrub out for the summer?

ABC has released a bevy of season finale dates — as well as locked in a pair of returns. Grab your calendar, a pen, and take note. (All dates are season finales, except where noted.)

Wednesday, April 29: Better Off Ted (series premieres March 18) 

Thursday, April 30: In the Motherhood (series premieres March 26), Samantha Who? (season resumes March 26) and Private Practice

Friday, May 1: Wife Swap and ... read more

Exclusive: Lost Rescues Denis Leary's TV Wife!

Andrea Roth by Jemal Countess/WireImage.com

Is Rescue Me's Tommy Gavin about to suffer yet another personal tragedy? Reliable sources close to Lost confirm to me exclusively that Andrea Roth — aka Denis Leary's long-suffering spouse on Rescue Me — is joining the cast in a recurring role. Details about her character are being kept under wraps, but a recent Lost casting notice went out for a female character in her mid-thirties described as "a tough, no-nonsense and beautiful" therapist who has a tendancy to be "overly controlling and obsessive." Sounds like a no-brainer to me.Although I haven't been able to confirm the exact number of Lost episodes Roth will appear in, I imagine she'll be able to fulfill her commitment and still return to Rescue Me — that is, if there is a Rescue Me to return to. FX hasn't officially renewed the show for a fifth season. Assuming that it will be back, production will likely resume in early '08 — which would leave Roth plenty of time to squeeze in a juicy little arc on Lost.T... read more

"His Visit: Day Two Continued"

Instead of dispelling the theory that John might be Jesus or some other heavenly entity, the events in the latest episode seemed to substantiate that possibility. Much to Dr. Smith's amazement, Shaun was healthy enough to go home with his family, sans Mitch, who took off with Cass after his argument with Cissy. Meanwhile, John recounted Shaun's recovery to Kai and Linc in his usual cryptic sentences, even though he was with them the whole time and had no way of knowing what happened. John politely informed Kai several times that he was still planning on boning her. When he announced the same to everybody at the Yost house, and added that he might have to "break her jaw first" for some reason, Butchie told him to make her see God. Kai took him to the surf shop and called his bluff on the boning by inviting him to feel her up, but "t--s don't ring a bell" with John, so she took him back to her trailer instead. Once there, it started to look like she might bone him after all, even thou... read more

I've Seen the Lost Premiere! Plus: Housewives' Mystery Solved

OMG!Creepy new buttons! Grilled cheese sandwiches! A dude named Ben! What does it all mean?! I know — and so will you in less than 48 hours! I just finished watching the most anticipated 43 minutes of the TV season (aka Wednesday's Lost premiere) and I'm virtually speechless. From the fraktastic opening sequence to the chilling final moments, the four-star episode (penned by Damon Lindelof and J.J. Abrams) had me teetering on the edge of my swivel chair the entire time. It easily ranks as one of the best Lost eps — possibly the best — since the pilot. An amazing feat since it only features four series regulars! Send me all your questions at ask_ausiello@tvguide.com and I'll do my best to answer them (without pissing off ABC) in Wednesday's Ask Ausiello! OMG! In the meantime, many of you have written to me asking for help translating Orson's cryptic French message to that dead body on last night's Desperate Housewives. Luckily, I have an "in" downstairs at Au Bon Pain... read more

ABC is running a Lost promo ...

Question: ABC is running a Lost promo that shows Kate and Sawyer kissing!


Answer:

Come in close, Kaitlin, I wanna tell you a little secret. [Whispering] Appearances can be very deceiving — especially on Lost. Shhhhhh!!!

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I have a laundry list of ...

Question: I have a laundry list of questions about summer viewing: Is Life on Mars going to have a second season, or was it a one-off? (I'm scared to death of the American remake — I'm expecting Starsky & Hutch.) I was disappointed to hear about the bad ratings of Brotherhood — it's too good to be ignored. If there is no second season, will we be left hanging, or does the first series come to some sort of resolution? I know it's early, but what is the likelihood of Vanished making it through the season? Is Fox willing to take a chance based on the success of 24 and Prison Break, or will this be another Firefly/Wonderfalls/Reunion? Finally, what is your reaction to Denis Leary getting an Emmy nomination for acting but not one for writing? As good as he is as Tommy Gavin, his and Peter Tolan's scripts are the heart of that series. How could the writing be ignored? Answer: There is a second series of Life on Mars, but no word on when BBC America will present read more

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Premiered: September 01, 2001, on NBC
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Premise: Six strangers race to reach New York City after being stranded in a remote spot in this reality series produced by Conan O'Brien's company and based on a British hit. The `Amazing Race' clone premiered just prior to the Sept. 11 attacks that left viewers, at the time, desiring less `reality' in their TV entertainment, resulting in the show's quick cancellation.

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