What to watch on Tuesday, February 9.
Plus: New roles for The Shield vet Michael Chiklis, Friday Night Lights' Zack Gilford, and Lost's Daniel Dae Kim.
LOCKE IT DOWN
Yeah, yeah, another Lost story. But producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have announced the end date for the show. Also: The complete series DVD set is coming.
Plus: Zooey Deschanel hooks up with HBO; J. Lo and Zach G. host SNL; and R-Pats visits J-Fall.
Our first-time Lost viewer has seen acid trips that make more sense.
IT CAN ONLY END ONCE
With the premiere of Season 6, the real games begin on Lost. But have the games been going on this whole time?
Plus: Matthew Broderick gives TV a go, a UK Office boss returns to the Stateside version, and a killer Lost timeline helps dust off cobwebs.
SAFE FOR WORK
Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
Finally, ABC opens up the floodgates and delivers a promo with lots of new footage. Do you dare watch?
Joy at the world premiere of Lost's final season was coupled with the fact that we know it's ending soon. We got to chat with the stars of the show on the red carpet.
Plus: Past Life gets an Idol-aided launch, McG is redoing La Femme Nikita, and more Teen Mom.
Enough with the questions we need answered. Here are five popular Lost queries whose answers we can go on without.
GUYS, WHERE ARE WE?
The hit show comes to a close
in May on Sunday; if these lingering questions aren't resolved, we'll hunt down the producers ourselves.
ABC's hit show begins its final run next week, and we rank the five seasons so far.
A freeze-frame from a new promo shows an original Oceanic 815 survivor with a surprising new look. And a gun.
Plus: Gene Roddenberry gets a posthumous pilot deal, Mischa Barton needs a roommate, and Lost's Ben Linus is crazy scary.
Rob Lowe wants to leave Brothers & Sisters because he feels he's underutilized; here are a few more actors who should consider following his lead.