This month, when the Paley Center in Beverly Hills hosts a tenth anniversary reunion for "Lost," executive producer Carlton Cuse will be there, crossing his fingers that it will be a celebration of the convoluted 2004–2010 drama’s legacy and not another chance for haters to nitpick the series finale. But Cuse isn’t sweating the Q&A too much, mainly because he’s busy working on two other shows, namely his weird and wonderful A&E drama "Bates Motel" and FX’s upcoming vampire drama "The Strain" (which launches in July). With "Bates Motel" returning for its second season tonight at 9 p.m., Vulture used the opportunity to sit down with Cuse for a long conversation about his projects, past and present. And yes, we go all the way back to "The Adventures of Brisco County Jr."
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Carlton Cuse On Ten Years Of 'Lost,' The Humor Of 'Bates Motel,' And 'The Strain's' Awesome Vampires
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