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Many people think that it's impossible to "make it" in the entertainment industry once they've hit a certain age. With so
ABC's "Once Upon A Time," created by "Lost" writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, has had "Lost" alumni Garcia play the
Award-winning actor Michael Emerson is best known for playing the bad guy on "Lost." On HuffPost Live Wednesday, he provided
If you've watched the CBS thriller, Person of Interest then you are more than familiar with the character of Harold Finch.
Award-winning actor Michael Emerson is best known for playing the bad guy on "Lost," and gives us his insight into the ending, and the infamous smoke monster.
Those wanting a faithful adaptation of the iconic comic book will get their money's worth.  As a filmed adaptation, it is stymied only by a curious bit of miscasting and material that just-plain doesn't work as well on the screen as it did on the page.
Later, though, Reese risked the life of the guy whose number he was given to give the machine an ultimatum. He won't play
Allen's newest film, "To Rome With Love," is in theaters this month. While the cast is coming together nicely, the location
A lot of shows are ending their seasons or getting new leases on life right now -- including Grimm and Person of Interest -- so writing about the transition of the Talking TV with Ryan and Ryan podcast feels appropriate right now.
Person of Interest is a show that attempts to chronicle the paranoia of a post-9/11 world. According to CBS, the show received the highest test ratings of any drama pilot in the last 15 years. However it has received tepid responses from critics.
J.J. Abrams is the executive producer of "Person of Interest." That’s pretty neat. People always announce that to me. They
The "LOST" star, who played the dark and malicious Ben Linus on the legendary TV series, has been cast in one of Abrams' several
Marty has not yet learned never to tempt fate on Survivor. Even after noting that overconfidence is a death sentence on this show, he nonetheless began spouting the sort of overconfident crap that the Gods of Survivor always slaps down hard.
2010-05-28-Lost_24_finale.jpgTwo of the most important and popular television shows of the past decade had their series finales this week.
You may know Michael Emerson best as the conniving Benjamin Linus from "Lost," but before getting stuck on the island, he
According to Michael Emerson, "It's so simple" to play the character Ben Linus on LOST: "I play it as it's written, as straight as I can, and let audience decide what's going on."
"The ending... is going to be almost beyond my imagination. Based on the events in this finale next week, I'm struggling to figure out what the show even is starting next season."
Michael Emerson went on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" recently to promote the two-hour finale of "Lost" that airs on May
Well, we've had 4 weeks to catch our breath from Season 4's breakneck speed. Last night, the "powers that be" wasted little time to make us breathless again.