Lost

Lost Cast, Creators Celebrate Show’s 10th Anniversary

The 10th anniversary Lost reunion panel at PaleyFest may have been short on both revelations and star power—No Jack! No Kate! No Locke! No Sayid! No Ben Linus!

NBC Cancels Freshman Drama Deception

As it continues to piece together its fall broadcast schedule, NBC on Wednesday closed the books on one of its freshman dramas.

Ads for The Office Finale Could Go for $400,000

Parting is such sweet sorrow, but NBC is taking the sting out of series finale of The Office by tacking an extra 15 minutes onto the one-hour running time.

Broadcast Still Trying to Find the Next Friends

On the heels of a 2012-13 broadcast television season in which the networks have failed to deliver a runaway hit, the Big Four and the CW are digging deep. But as is so often the case, the creative capital on display in this development season doesn’t seem to reflect the megadollars being spent in the pursuit of the Next Big Thing.

A&E Checks In to ‘Bates Motel’

Looks like there's a new vacancy at the Bates Motel. A&E has green-lit the Psycho prequel, announced as a development slate line-item last year. The network will broadcast 10 episodes of the series with no initial pilot order—the showrunner on the project is Carlton Cuse, of Lost fame.