JorgegarciaAnother mini Lost reunion is about to happen on the set of Hawaii Five-0.

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Jorge Garcia will make a guest appearance in the crime series as a conspiracy theorist, joining fellow Lost alum Daniel Dae Kim.

Garcia’s appearance is the latest in a long line of mini Lost reunions on the set of Hawaii Five-0, with Terry O’Quinn, Tania Raymonde and Reiko Aylesworth all appearing in the past.

A new pilot from Lost creator J.J. Abrams has been greenlit by CBS.

The project, Person of Interest,  is the brainchild of both Abrams and screenwriter Jonah Nolan, brother of Dark Knight and Inception director Christopher Nolan.

Details about the pilot are fairly limited but Entertainment Weekly understands that it centres on a CIA officer who is presumed dead working on a secret project for a reclusive billionaire.

Former Lost actor Jorge Garcia has signed on for new J.J. Abrams series Alcatraz.

Garcia, who played Hurley on Lost, will reunite with Abrams on his new project which will centre on the infamous San Francisco island prison.

The actor will take on the role of Dr Diego Soto, the world’s foremost expert on the prison, which has housed the likes of Al Capone in the past.

The series follows a group of prisoners and guards who go missing from the prison when it was still in operation and reappear in the modern day.

Filming is expected to begin in January.

Source: Digital Spy

J.J. Abrams is developing a new drama series which will center on the infamous island prison of Alcatraz.

The former Lost producer will re-team with another Lost alum in executive producer Elizabeth Sarnoff to develop the project.

Sarnoff will write the pilot episode for the unnamed series whose plot is under a cloud of secrecy.

The project is understood to be based on an original idea sold to Abrams’ Bad Robot production company.

Source: Digital Spy

After six years, 114 episodes and 121.5 hours of engaging television, Dr. Jack Shephard’s eyes closed and LOST came to an end with 2.04 million viewers watching the epic two-and-a-half hour series finale Sunday night on CTV.

It was the series’ most-watched finale ever, attracting 30% more viewers than its season average and peaking at 2.5 million.

With five million unique viewers watching some or all of the episode, LOST ended the night as the most-watched program on Canadian television Sunday in all key demos. Head to head from 9-11 p.m., LOST attracted 63% more viewers than the season finale of CELEBRITY APPRENTICE (Global/NBC, 1.23 million).

Before the finale, the two-hour LOST recap special THE FINAL JOURNEY attracted 1.5 million viewers, winning the 7 p.m. timeslot and charting as the #2 most watched program of the night.

This season, LOST videos were streamed 6.4 million times on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca, including more than half a million video streams since Sunday night’s finale. The finale is now available on demand at CTV.ca, in addition to repeat broadcasts on Thursday, May 27 at 8:30 p.m. ET on SPACE and Saturday, May 29 at 8 p.m. ET on /A\. Fans can also continue to discuss the finale at the LOST forum on CTV.ca.

Immediately following the CTV broadcast, more than 2,200 fans visited CTV.ca to participate in the interactive live chat with a panel of LOST experts, making it the most active one-hour online chat ever on CTV.ca. Finale night panelists were author Nikki Stafford, Globe and Mail television columnist Andrew Ryan, ETALK reporter Lainey Lui, INNERSPACE hosts Teddy Wilson and Ajay Fry, and CTV.ca columnist Tyrone Warner.


9:00pm – Sunday, May 23 on CTV

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7:00pm – Sunday, May 23 on CTV

Viewers get a final glance at one of television’s most talked about and critically acclaimed shows. The LOST series finale event begins with a two-hour special that takes a look back over the past six seasons of this groundbreaking series.

9:00pm – Tuesday, May 18 on CTV

Synopsis currently not available.

The producers of Lost have quashed any rumours there may be a movie based on the series.

Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have ruled out the possibility of a movie, saying they want the series to stand on its own.

“The chances [of a movie] are very little,” Cuse said. “We don’t have any intentions of doing that. This is the story we wanted to tell, and it ends next Sunday night, and we were incredibly grateful that we got a chance to do it.”

The pair also said they do not plan on making another series similar to Lost.

“The thing that made Lost Lost was the idea of doing something different and unique and the idea was special and unexpected,” he said. “We could never even try to replicate this thing. We would both die happy if Lost is the greatest television achievement of either of our careers. I hope we work together again, but who knows what it’ll be.”

The Lost finale screens on CTV at 9pm on May 23.

Source: Digital Spy


It’s been called one of the most compelling television series of our time. Now, CTV says goodbye to the epic series LOST with special programming leading up to what will become one of the most talked about series finales ever.

It all culminates on Sunday, May 23 with a super-sized night of programming on CTV beginning with the two-hour retrospective special THE FINAL JOURNEY at 7 p.m. ET, followed by the two-and-a-half hour series finale, “The End” at 9 p.m. ET.

Following the broadcast, CTV.ca hosts an interactive live chat with a panel of LOST experts, including author Nikki Stafford, television columnist Andrew Ryan and ETALK reporter Lainey Lui, to dissect every twist and turn in the final episode.

Then, for anyone who misses the seminal television event, the series finale will be available on demand on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca, in addition to repeat broadcasts on Thursday, May 27 at 8:30 p.m. ET on SPACE and Saturday, May 29 at 8 p.m. ET on /A\ (visit CTV.ca or spacecast.com to confirm local broadcast times).

CTV also announced today that, in preparation for the finale, LOST Quick Cuts have returned to CTV.ca. Representing the first 97 episodes from Seasons 1-5, each fully re-edited and re-scored, one-to-four-minute mini-episode features vital information about the complicated history and future of the passengers of Oceanic flight 815 that led into the final season.

LOST Quick Cuts can be found on the CTV Video Player at LOST.CTV.ca. The microsite has everything viewers need leading up to and following the series finale, including party planning tips for LOST finale parties, as well as more LOST online extras.


LOST Programming on CTV Inc. includes:

Thursday, May 13 at 11 p.m. ET on SPACE – INNERSPACE hosts and genre experts Ajay Fry and Teddy Wilson delve deeper into the questions and answers of this week’s episode “Across the Sea.”

Wednesday, May 19 – Friday, May 21 at 7 p.m. ET on CTV – ETALK counts down to the grand finale with a retrospective look of the series that re-shaped television, including onset interviews from 2004 as well as what to expect from the final episode.

Thursday, May 20 at 11 p.m. ET on SPACE – INNERSPACE hosts Ajay and Teddy discuss the penultimate episode “What They Died For.”

Sunday, May 23 at 7 p.m. ET on CTV – THE FINAL JOURNEY – takes an in-depth look back at the past six seasons of this groundbreaking show.

Sunday, May 23 at 9 p.m. ET on CTV – LOST – “The End” – series finale.

Thursday, May 27 at 8:30 p.m. ET on SPACE – LOST – An encore of “The End”.

Thursday, May 27 at 11 p.m. ET on SPACE – INNERSPACE dedicates an hour to recap the iconic series.

Saturday, May 29 at 8 p.m. ET on /A\ – A special “enhanced” version of “The End” with LOST facts appearing on the screen throughout the episode.

Immediately after the ET broadcast, from 11:30 p.m. ET – 12:30 a.m. ET on Sunday, May 23, fans of the show can join in the LOST Post-Finale Panel Discussion at LOST.CTV.ca.  The panel will be moderated by LOST fan and CTV.ca columnist Tyrone Warner, who has been penning features about LOST for several years, interviewing producers and various cast members while untangling mysteries along the way. The panel also features: Nikki Stafford, author of the Finding Lost book series; Andrew Ryan, television columnist for The Globe and Mail; Lainey Lui, ETALK reporter and scribe of the popular gossip site, LaineyGossip.com; and INNERSPACE hosts Teddy Wilson and Ajay Fry. The chat will also be available on TheGlobeandMail.com LOST Nation site.